New Book Release: Ken Howerton’s Say Father: Lessons in Spiritual Warfare from a Deliverance Ministry Pioneer
If this quick excerpt from SAY FATHER makes you raise your eyebrows then you should…
Have you heard of fasting and felt guilty because you haven’t done it? Or have you tried and failed? Read this blog and destroy the guilt and ignorance today.
It is supposed to be a normal part of the Christian life. Most often, people fast from food and pray during the time they’d enjoy a meal.
For example, I can fast to show God how seriously I want Him to answer a question I have about a specific thing. For instance, “Lord, do you want me to take this new job?”
When you fast, it’s a good idea to know specifically why you are fasting and for how long. When you know those things, it helps keep you focused and doesn’t give the enemy room to try and make you quit or compromise.
It’s okay to tell someone in spiritual authority in your life about the fast so they can help you and pray for you.
Don’t think about what you will eat or enjoy when the fast is over. Concentrate and pray about what you want to see God accomplish during this fast.
If you aren’t fasting water, make sure you drink plenty of water. Fasting often detoxes your body and water helps flush toxins from your system.
Journal what you see and learn during the time you set apart to God. You want to remember what it is you received while fasting as well as keep track of what unfolds in the future.
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