What can you do with forty days?
That’s 57,600 minutes.
With that kind of time, you could binge watch 2,618 sitcom episodes (without commercials). Or you could read 192 books (assuming three hundred pages per book at one page per minute).
You could write a book. Or drive across America, coast-to-coast (2,700 miles at an average speed of sixty miles per hour) . . . twenty-one times.
Obviously, these figures are inflated because they assume you aren’t sleeping, but you get the point. You can accomplish a lot when you’ve got forty days and a dream.
This Lent, I encourage you to ask yourself two important questions:
- What can I do with forty days?
- Who can I become in forty days with God’s help?
When you wake up on Easter Sunday, will you be a different person than you are right now? Will you be closer to or further away from the-best-version-of-yourself—or about the same?
Join me for BEST LENT EVER. I am excited for our journey to begin. If you haven’t signed up yet, I invite you to do so now. Each day from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday, you’ll receive a short video with inspiring content based on my new book The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity.
To go even deeper, check out our 2019 BEST LENT EVER Journal for more opportunities to reflect and grow in your faith.
Don't just give up chocolate for Lent. Discover what you can do in forty days.
I look forward to finding out with you.