I once heard a preacher say that whatever you spend the most time thinking about is your god. There's truth to that statement; what we worship--what we think is worth our time and affection--is what we spend the most time doing. I'm not talking about clocking in minutes and seconds, but about what we would rather spend our time doing. What holds the keys to your heart? Is it your money? Your phone? Your hobbies? Your status? Your emotions? And how does it affect what really matters, like your relationships with God, friends and family? We are consumed with whatever we love most.
*Gollum and the One Ring belong to J.R.R. Tolkien*