Compartmentalising your life

This year I have started a new endeavor which is unfamiliar and novel to me.Im still in the process of finding steady ground.It has been my prayer that I succeed in the work of my hand.As I was pondering and praying for god to help me through it.I was caught unawares when a much needed spiritual issue i had long put on the back burner cropped up.By putting it on the back burner I had long kept maneuvering myself away from it.My first instinct was let me proceed praying for my endeavor,I did not feel the slightest inclination to set right the issue.It was then when this bible reading came to me

Following is an excerpt from my bible reading:
When the Titanic set sail in 1912 it was declared to be ‘unsinkable’ because it was constructed using a new technology. The ship’s hull was divided into sixteen watertight compartments. Up to four of these compartments could be damaged or even flooded, and still the ship would float.
Tragically, the Titanic sank on 15 April 1912 at 2.20am. 1,513 people lost their lives. At the time it was thought that five of its watertight compartments had been ruptured in a collision with an iceberg.
However, on 1 September 1985, when the wreck of the Titanic was found lying upright on the ocean floor, there was no sign of the long gash previously thought to have been ripped in the ship’s hull. Now scientists posit that the collision’s impact buckled or loosened the seams in the adjacent hull plate’s core, causing them to separate and allowing water to flood in – thus sinking the unsinkable ship. What they discovered was that damage to one compartment affected all the rest.
Many people make the Titanic mistake. They think they can divide their lives into different ‘compartments’ and that what they do in one will not affect the rest. However, as Rick Warren (from whom I have taken this illustration) says, ‘A life of integrity is one that is not divided into compartments.’
Luke 16:10,11(NKJV)
10 He who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in what is least is unjust also in much. 11 Therefore if you have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches?
We compartmentalise our lives so we can overlook or in my case conveniently forget certain areas  in our lives.How can we expect god to bless us,unless we are willing to submit each and every area in our life to his will’s leading.
My friend,pray and open out each door for him,so no compartment floods the ship and hinders your blessing.Be prepared to see the transformation in each and every compartment when you submit.