According to this scripture ...
”This new plan I'm making with Israel isn't going to be written on paper, isn't going to be chiseled in stone; This time I'm writing out the plan in them, carving it on the lining of their hearts. I'll be their God, they'll be my people. (Hebrews 8:10 MSG)”... we, who are in Christ, are already spiritual ... we have a heart to know Him ... to know His will ... we are drawn into a life of knowing God. We begin at a place of spirituality ... we are already spiritual ... seeking God is the natural outcome of a new regenerated heart.
Of course not everyone is spiritual ... not everyone has a new heart ... not everyone has embraced the ‘new plan’ that the scripture talks about ... not everyone embraces the Messiah Jesus. Think about Jesus’ conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well:
But the time is coming--it has, in fact, come--when what you're called will not matter and where you go to worship will not matter. "It's who you are and the way you live that count before God. Your worship must engage your spirit in the pursuit of truth. That's the kind of people the Father is out looking for: those who are simply and honestly themselves before him in their worship. God is sheer being itself--Spirit. Those who worship him must do it out of their very being, their spirits, their true selves, in adoration." The woman said, "I don't know about that. I do know that the Messiah is coming. When he arrives, we'll get the whole story." "I am he," said Jesus. "You don't have to wait any longer or look any further." (John 4:23-27 MSG)Here we see a conversation where Jesus addresses true spirituality. One where spirituality involves true heartfelt worship of the Messiah Jesus. Isn’t it interesting that Jesus says that it is not the 'where' of worship but the 'Who' of worship. True spirituality always is about the 'Who' and the 'who' ... 'Who' He is and 'who' we are ... if either is off then our spirituality is askew ... if both are on then we are truly spiritual. We are spiritual when we, by virtue of His grace, received a new heart as we embraced Jesus as our Messiah. How about you, are you spiritual?