40 Days to Lasting Change. An AHA Challenge by Kyle Idleman

By Kyle Idleman

In this devotional, bestselling writer Kyle Idleman takes you on a 40-day trip throughout the technique of precise religious transformation—transformation that might final.

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These people had long forgotten what it was like to see the majestic mountains around them or the sun washing the clouds with color overhead. There were no descriptions passed along through the ages of what it might be to see. It was not something they understood. The people had no explanation for what their shriveled eyes were or why they were there. Initially the foreigner tried to describe sight to them and help them understand the concept of sight. But every effort was futile. They didn’t understand.

We come to church on weekends, and our eyes are opened and conviction comes in our hearts. We know God has spoken to us, but Monday comes and we find ourselves back in the country of the blind. Everyone thinks we’re a little bit crazy; we’ve taken this too far; and what would really be best is if we would go back to being blind. Or you come back from church camp after a spiritual awakening. Things are going to be different. But you find yourself in the country of the blind, and the people all around want to cure you of your sight.

What consequences are you causing? Take an honest look at what impact your actions are having—on yourself and others. Fill out the following diagram. Start in the center of the circle by writing one of your regular actions, practices, or habits—maybe one that you like to keep secret or that causes conflict in your life. In the next ring, write three possible outcomes. Then trace ongoing possible results toward the outside of the circle. You can draw more circles to examine other actions. Day 9 Redeeming the Pain The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

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