On Club Veg, the speaker (Rowan Kemp) gave a great analogy for how a Christian should think of their life, and how much of their life should be devoted to Jesus. Here is that analogy.
Imagine that your life is a house, and in your house you have a room for each thing that you do. You have a uni room, a work room, a sport room etc.
Being a Christian is not like adding on an extension to your house, it’s not like adding a Christian sunroom that you plan to spend some time in, while leaving the rest of your house untouched.
Being a Christian is not like renovating your house, it’s not like touching up the religious section of your house to live for Jesus instead of some other form of religious spirituality.
Instead, being a Christian is like demolishing your old house, and building an entirely new Christian house, in which you do everything.
Being a Christian means that your whole life is devoted to following Jesus. You can’t put Jesus in one room of your house, being a Christian means that every room in your house is devoted to Jesus.