How can a person live God centered in the human context, while yet a human being?
A person can live a God-centered life in the human context, while yet a human being by focusing their thoughts and actions on (by thinking and doing) what God wants of them. The person remains a physical, mortal human being, but his or her reason for being is to serve God according to His standards.
The essence of the matter is the heart of the person, his or her's innermost thoughts and motivations, which lead to action. A God-centered individual, while mortal, concentrates on the spiritual. He or she, if doing God's will, focuses on the heavenly not the earthly:
Do not store up for yourselves...
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