Read Ezekiel 22 today.

This chapter includes the case being made against Jerusalem, the reasons for the judgment against the city. It contains a list of the many sins being committed by the leaders and the people. The entire chapter is worthy of our time to read and consider relative to our own cultures.
One of the issues I noted was there was no longer any distinction being made between that which is holy and that which is common. Nothing was ‘set apart’ for God.
Is that true for us today? Consider your daily activities. Is there any time set apart for God? We may pray as we are dressing or during our morning commute, but is that prayer time ‘set apart’ or has it become common? What about our weekly time of corporate worship? Has it become primarily a time spent with friends and acquaintances, or is it ‘set apart’ as time with God?
Ezekiel 22:26, 30 NLT
Your priests have violated my instructions and defiled my holy things. They make no distinction between what is holy and what is not. And they do not teach my people the difference between what is ceremonially clean and unclean. They disregard my Sabbath days so that I am dishonored among them.
[30] “I looked for someone who might rebuild the wall of righteousness that guards the land. I searched for someone to stand in the gap in the wall so I wouldn’t have to destroy the land, but I found no one.