By Kyle Idleman
In this devotional, bestselling writer Kyle Idleman takes you on a 40-day trip during the means of real religious transformation—transformation that would final.
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I will pray until my dying breath that not one of you will be lost, but that each of you will open your hearts to Jesus and find the love I have finally found. Please forgive an old fool who chased after things that never truly fill a man. I am proud to be your dad. With His love, Dad God’s true image is a heavenly Father who is reasonable, pleasable, merciful, and caring. His love extends beyond the boundaries of our comprehension. His efforts to reach and heal and know us broke the cosmic laws of life and death and changed the reality of the very universe for all eternity past, present, and future.
They will share secrets and be nearly inseparable for much of their junior year. But Megan will be diagnosed with a rare, aggressive form of cancer, and she will pass away just as senior year begins. Jillian will mourn the loss, and her grades will suffer for it. She will attend a local community college, working a job and taking a small course load. The two-year program will take her three-and-a-half years to complete, and just before heading to a state school, Jillian will be involved in a drunk-driving accident.
They’re running from a god that doesn’t exist, but their perceptions of God don’t line up with the reality of who He is. Clouded Vision Maybe you view God as an Unreasonable Father with a long list of rules that seem designed to take all the fun out of life. I’ve heard God described as “The Great Cosmic Killjoy” whose boundaries are a fence that imprisons rather than a guardrail that protects. Some people see God as an Unmerciful Father, angry and borderline abusive and happily distributing punishment.