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Dave / DudleyGrunt
I've heard it said countless times that it takes approximately 21 days to implement a new habit as part of a persons daily routine and a further 21 days to solidify and confirm that habit as an immovable part of ones daily routine. It is, therefore, reasonably expected that at the end of 40+ days of continuous, conscious, purposeful, accountable and consistent activity, one should have created a solid habit. It is also, reasonably expected that, after that point in time, the need for an active and forceful form of accountability to keep one true to the task is reduced, though not eliminated entirely....
But does it work in the real world?? More importantly, are there examples of this in the bible to support such models?? Indeed there are… The Bible actually has many examples where God made major changes and transformations after the period of 40 days:
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