10 Fasting Tips: A Christian Guide

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Fasting is a common practice in Christianity. When Jesus was talking with His disciples He taught them about fasting. It was expected that His disciples would fast (Matthew 6:16-18). Here are some tips for fasting.

Plan Your Fast

The Bible has examples of one-day, three-day, seven-day and forty-day fasts (Judges 20:26, Esther 4:16, 1 Samuel 31:13 and Matthew 4 respectively). You should enter your fast with prayer and aPrayer is the language specific plan for how long you will fast.

There are various types of fasts as well. Some people fast with only water for short periods, while others maintain multi-week fasts with juice and broth maintaining a strict liquid diet. Both are valid. You simply need to decide what is right for your body and your purposes.

Part of planning your fast should be to educate yourself on different types of fasts and reasons to fast. It is also important to know how to break your fast properly. This becomes more critical the longer your fast lasts.

Consider Your Schedule

While a fast, by nature, is inconvenient, it should be an inconvenience to you—not to those around you. You should not obligate your family to skip Christmas dinner because of your fast. This takes away the personal nature of fasting.

Tell Only the People You Must

Your spouse will need to know you are fasting. Beyond that, you would be better off not telling many people that you are fasting. Most won’t understand. Fasting can also become a source of pride and boasting as you spread the news to more and more people.

Telling your pastor can be a help both to you and to him. It will be an encouragement for him to pray more specifically for you during this time. And you will know that someone is praying for your spiritual and physical well being.

Wean Yourself Off Caffeine

Several days before your fast begins, you should start weaning yourself off caffeine. Some people experience unbearable headaches 2 to 3 days after ceasing to drink caffeinated products. During your fast you will already be acutely aware of your stomach. There is no need to add a second discomfort if it can be avoided.

Avoid Media

Disconnecting from TV, radio, newspapers and the Internet can help you stay focused on your purpose for fasting. You will be less tempted by the constant bombardment of advertising as you become physically and emotionally challenged. Avoiding media will give you more time to focus on the Lord and His Word.

Disconnect from people

Fasting is not necessarily a vacation, though dedicating time off and away from people during your fast can help you get the most benefit out of this precious time. Leave your email and cellphone behind. If possible, find someone who can cover your responsibilities at work and ministry. Many people fast and still carry on their normal daily activities. But if you can get away, it will give you more time in quietness and stillness with the lord.

Beware of Your Emotions

Some people experience vast mood swings during a fast. One moment they are totally focused on God and the next they are wallowing in pity. Knowing that this is likely to happen will help you react properly. Learning to refocus on God and His goodness during this tough emotional time will help when your fast is over and you experience similar emotions.

Rest

Laziness is a problem that the Bible speaks against, but most of us today suffer from being too busy and not getting the rest we need. If you disconnect from the media and other people you will have extra time allowing you to get a full night’s sleep. During your fast you will be forced to slow down since you won’t be needing long meal breaks. A fast will reveal to you that you have too many activities and busyness in your day-to-day routine.

Stay Physically Active

You should take time to rest but this does not mean you should do nothing. Enjoy a walk in God’s creation. Outside of His Word, His creation is one of the best ways that God has revealed Himself to us.

Be Still and Focus on God

Fasting  is a time to study God’s Word, meditate and pray. To help with this, plan a specific Bible passage or topic you want to study during your fast. Look for verses you want to memorize and meditate upon. Fasting by Jesus and the disciples was always accompanied by prayer. Spend time talking to God and allowing Him to reveal Himself to you in His Word.

Have you been on a fast before? Share your fasting tips or experiences in the comments!



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Michael February 27, 2015 at 2:09 am

I am 38 married to a wonderful woman with 3 kids but I fornicate, this has been part of me to the extent that I always wish to make love to any lady of my choice anywhere. Im addicted to sex and I have discovered that this is greatly affecting my life and that of my family. Pls I need your prayers and solution to this problem

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Jack Wellman February 27, 2015 at 8:47 am

Thank you Michael for your question. I will pray for you sir. I would speak with your pastor about this as well sir who can counsel you in person and face to face. You are having an adulterous affair right now? This is a very serious sin in God’s eyes my friend. You need to perhaps fast (if you have no medical conditions that would put you at risk) and ask for others in the church you’re at to pray for you as an unspoken need. We have an article on how to overcome this and also one about how to overcome sin. Please read these two articles at: http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/how-to-overcome-an-addiction-to-pornography-help-for-struggling-christians/ and http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/how-can-i-overcome-addiction-and-sin-in-my-life/ Reading 1 John chapter 3 shows that no one who keeps on sinning has any guarantee that they are actually saved. Have you ever repented and put your trust in Christ? If not, you have no help from God’s Spirit to help you conquer sin.

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Richard Bach April 9, 2015 at 9:23 pm

Ill pray for you man. May God be with you! :)

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Xantana May 7, 2015 at 9:20 pm

I work for an insurance Company. Its been over six months no business. Today am fasting for my job. Help me pray out of this situation…am tired of people paying my bills and giving me lifts. Today am praying that God can see me through this Job he gave to me. In JESUS name. AMEN

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Samuel Bartoli May 25, 2015 at 2:18 pm

What you must do is reevaluate what means the most to you: God (Yahweh Elohim in Yeshua– Jesus Chrust) your wife and your family. Think about how destructive these iindiscrations are to your relationship with your wife and children. Foremost on your mind and heart should be how this hearts God and just how you can correct it. No one can make you change but you. God will give you the strength but you must be willing to meet Him half way and do your part as well. These are three very important keys which I am going to give you to use in conquering this demon of fornocation. (1) before you are either about to call your liaison (adulterous or mistress) you should take seven deep breaths and with each deep breath utter these words: “Father Yahweh, I know I am a despicable sinner help to resist this temptation. In Yeshua Messhia’s (Jesus Christ) Name I pray. Repeat this three times out loud and in your mind repeat the process. Next pray the Our Father. After this take several more deep breaths and relax. Now here’s where the real work begins– read the Bible. Read John the whole volume. After you fonish thank Yahweh Elohim for loving you and forgiving you off your sins. (2) oh, we’re not done; in fact, were just getting started. Get on some old sweats running shoes and an old T-Shirt–preferably something torn and raggedy looking. Why this is just in case you don’t have an area in your apartment or house or have a large enough backyard to either run in place or do wind sprints in. You must work off the Testosterone your body has built up. After say about an hour of jogging you should be good enough to be done with the physical part. Now you may ask why the dingy beat up shirt, raggedy looking sweats and have you run at home or a secluded spot rather than a gym or a trail? Well, to keep ypu away from temptation. No girls to distract you and defeat the purpose. If you have place to run go to a local trail– this is what the grungy look is for. No woman would stop to give you the time of day. Now go take a shower— a cold shower! This will help you dispel some of the urge you may have left in your body. (3) This last part actually has three different pieces to it. First, think again of your wife and children. Take to mind or reflect about all they mean to you. Next think about the twenty or forty five minutes with this woman whom are cheating with and what it can do to where you are presently at in life. Is it really worth it? Destruction of your family the bond of love that you have with your wife and the way your children hold you in high regard. Think about this for a while, mull over it reflecting upon all that is truly at stake. The second part of this is to go deep into your heart. . . Place yourself in a position either where you have disappointed someone or where you have heart them badly. How did it make you feel? Probably miserable! This has deep implications; do this exercise over three times thinking of your wife in pain your children in pain and your mother and earthly father in pain over the disappointment that you have caused. Third and most importantly reflect upon all that I have said go over the exercises a couple of times if you must. Yes, putting back on the smelly sweats and running again think of all the torment then get home take a shower and then think about the wife children and mother and father and their disappointment at your lose. And that’s exactly what it will be– lose! And for what, a half an hour to an hour tops of having sex? The last part of this exercise which is an extension of the whole matter is to go back in prayer and say this: “Father Yahweh Elohim, I know that you can do all things. I ask You to do what I am not capable of doing. Help me to resist the temptation of lust which the enemy (Satan) has placed in my path. Guide me and cleanse me with the blood of Your Son Yeshua Messhia through Your Holy Spirit. Amen.” By the way, don’t thank me for this advice. . . Thank your Heavenly Father Yahweh Yahuwah Elohim for simply having placed me in your path.

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Marco Werkhoven May 28, 2015 at 6:12 pm

Dear Michael,
Been there, done that, don’t need a T-shirt. God asked Adam and Eve an important question when they considered to be naked: “Who Told You…?”.
Who is telling you to fornicate??????
In His Service,
Marco Werkhoven
Minister, Free From Bondage Ministry

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daf July 25, 2015 at 6:01 am

U need to repent and ask the Lord to help you.Praying and fasting should be very good and also look in youtube the title is PRAYER THAT ROUT DEMONS. You can pray with it.Its very powerful for deliverance. I assure you if you will pry it from your heart you will be set free. Whom the Son sets free is free indeed.Jesus can set you free.

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Britney Richardson July 29, 2015 at 11:25 pm

Hi Micheal I will make sure to keep you in my prayers. I know for sure that is a spirit yo are dealing with and its going to take fasting and prayer most definitely the almighty God to deliver you from that.

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Jack Wellman February 27, 2015 at 10:13 am

Thank you Pam for help in this area. I had not responded to anonymous yet and I appreciate your help in this area, as I do in soooo many other areas. I truly thank God for you Pam.

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Give up February 28, 2015 at 2:46 pm

Fasted and prayed for God to show me my purpose on earth but nothing. Am almost convinced that God made a mistake creating me since my birth was even unplanned and unwanted.
I will be doing a three day fast after which I will commit suicide and end this misery I call LIFE. Please help me in prayers. God bless you.

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Jack Wellman February 28, 2015 at 7:24 pm

My friend, I am so sorry you are going to end your life. If you do this, it could be the worst mistake you’ll ever make for all time because if you are not saved and 100% certain about your being saved, you know where that will put you. I beg you not to do this. I will pray for you and so please don’t give up…please reply to this.

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Hope March 4, 2015 at 6:31 pm

I don’t know if this is to obvious but have u never thought of trying to start a charity or small talks aimed at people who are like you and feel worthless? This way u can show people the word of God all over the world. We are all gods prised possessions and he will always have a plan. Some take longer than others… That’s all.

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Nathalie March 7, 2015 at 1:37 pm

You WERE planned which is why your birth happened, a delight and a muracle exactly because you happened!

I completely understand that you would want to injure life but really if I understand correctly you don’t want to really end your life but you just want to end the pain that never seems to completely go away.

We all went freedom from pain. I went freedom from pain too. I know life can seem overwhelming and I know sometimes it might seem like you’re in alone and I know you don’t know me… but you’re out there somewhere and I’m thinking about you now. I am praying for you now to God’s mercy. I ask Christ for a miracle for you and clarity of thought and peace in your heart and joy.

It helps me sometimes to purposely say a positive version of any negative thoughts I’m thinking. For example instead of saying or thinking I am sick I say I am well and energetic. Literally say it out loud. The very fact that you ask for prayer means that God loves you and wanted someone else to remind you how much he loves you. I am reminding you now how very much God loves you otherwise he wouldn’t have stopped me from crying and told me how much you loves you. I know in the depths of my heart that He. Loves. You!

Pray for faith. Faith brings hope. Hope brings relief. Relief leads to joy. Counteract every negative thought with a positive statement out loud and repeated defiantly! You are a fighter are you wouldn’t have reached out! Fight! I’ll be praying for you.

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Nathalie March 7, 2015 at 1:40 pm

Please excuse my typo errors… I sent this on my phone. I hope it makes sense.

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Give up March 7, 2015 at 3:14 pm

Thank you soo much Natalie for your message and prayer. Please don’t apologise for your typos. Your message really touched my heart and am just soo grateful. God bless you.

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Michelle March 10, 2015 at 9:47 pm

I don’t know if your still here but I’m praying to God that you are.
You are my brother /sister in Christ an I love you and so does everyone who’s responded to your thread.
You don’t know your purpose in life but you’ve just shown countless amounts of people that they are not alone and that there are others who know what they are going through. You have no idea how brave you were in writing what you did and without even knowing it it’s very possible that you saved a life. Please be strong and stay with us and know that God does have a plan for your life regardless of whether you can see it yet or not, I will be praying for you tonight and for the rest of my life and I’m hoping that you are still here to receive your blessing when it’s time for it to come.
And please, please always remember that you do have a family in Christ and that you are loved

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Jack Wellman March 11, 2015 at 8:12 am

Michelle…you are such a blessing. Thank you for your tender heart in response to “Give up.” What a precious, loving thing to do. No wonder there are over 100 “one anothers” mentioned in the New Testament church.

Give up March 11, 2015 at 4:50 pm

Am still here Natalie, I couldn’t commit suicide. My circumstances haven’t changed but I wanna give God and myself another chance. I know He has a purpose for me so He keeps me alive. I just hope I find that purpose and start living it.
Thank you all for your comments and prayers. God richly bless you.

Diana April 9, 2015 at 10:16 pm

‘Give up,’ I am so thankful you are still here with us! What a blessing. Through all of this tribulation, you will grow strong and be able to share all that you have overcome through Christ with others. I look forward to what God has in store for you. I just pray thanks for Him choosing you to do His will. You are wonderfully made and He loves you for all that you are and will be. Please read 1 Peter 5:6-10, it is one that uplifts me when I feel that I am suffering TOO much. Esp where it says, ‘…after you have suffered a while, perfect, establish, strengthen, and settle you.’ May God continue to bless and uplift you. May he bless you with peace and confidence all time, especially when satan torments your mind with negative thoughts.

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Richard Bach April 8, 2015 at 10:18 pm

Dont give up on God. I dont know if your already dead, but I’ll say this. I pointed a bb gun at my head after the guilt of watching porn and fapping. You know who saved me. God and I guess my family. I believe in you man. I do. And its the kind of belief that stems from the trust in God. I think it is. Dont give up. I almost gave up. Dont lose your trust in God, please.Stay strong; May God be with you. With love from God and from others, amen.

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Give Up April 9, 2015 at 2:16 pm

Am still alive Richard. And thank you for your encouragement. I realised my life is not mine. Am here not for me but for others. I’ve decided to serve the less privileged in my community. That has brought some purpose to my life.
Thank you again.

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Jack Wellman April 9, 2015 at 2:18 pm

Thanks my friend…and thanks to Richard too. Wow…you are such a blessing to us to hear your powerful testimony and then turn your life around and selflessly serve someone else. God be praised, you are a glory to the God you serve my friend. You give us all hope and know that we all have a purpose. You made my day my friend in Christ.

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Richard Bach April 8, 2015 at 10:22 pm

God has a purpose for those who believe in him in this life. Wether it would be spreading the gospel or helping others, God has a way. Please do not kill yourself and trust in God. Amen.

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Richard Bach April 9, 2015 at 6:22 pm

Thats Good. :) May God be with you. Amen.

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HAVE FAITH July 28, 2015 at 8:24 pm

God love you and appreciate you everyday. I mean we are all sinners but if we accept that we are, and tell God for forgiveness and have faith in him,things will go well. No doubt but devoted to him and his words and remember that he said knock and it shall be open so how about we try to knock so the door will be open. in life everybody struggles but we give Satan an opportunity to tell us stuff which are untrue .We give satan a chance to take control of our emotions and feeling .I used to be doubtful about how God love me and stuff but a friend made me release not to depend on my feelings but depending on God .there are going to be temptation of trust of our creator but trust me on this if we over come all these temptation and accept Christ as a savior am sure that we will once see happiness . so don’t give up” GIVE UP ” yet just have hope and remember before good things happen in everyone life there are bad things and temptations so we need to overcome bad things so good things will actually start happening .AND REMEMBER TO DEPEND AND TRUST GOD NOT OUR FEELING AND EMOTIONS .AND ALSO REMEMBER THAT EVEN JESUS CHRIST HAD TEMPTATION BUT HE AVOIDED IT .

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Jack Wellman July 28, 2015 at 8:48 pm

Amen….very well said. Thank you.

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Give up February 28, 2015 at 11:59 pm

Thank you Jack. But I am saved. I have been saved for over seven years, and yet my life is no better. There’s nothing to live for in this life. My family is messed up, no job no money, the church is the worst, they do nothing to help the individual, am soo tired of living like this that death seems to be my only way out I pray God forgives me and accept me into His arms, but am done here. In the next four days, only a miracle can save me from doing this.

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Anon March 1, 2015 at 10:04 am

Friend, I am truly sorry that life’s circumstances are weighing so heavily on you. One destructive false doctrine that some American churches propagate is that God will make your life better when you add Him to you life. Study the men of the Bible (Joseph, Nehemiah, Job, etc) during your fast and take note of what circumstances of life they experienced because they followed God.

God purpose for your life is to conform you to Christ — to make you look like Jesus. It is our choice whether we trust the One who sees all things and knows all things to accomplish His will however He sees fit, or if we will believe Satan’s lie that we know better how our life should be than God does.

Trust Him to accomplish His will in His time. I will be praying for you, brother. I can’t tell you things will get better, but I can tell you that God has not brought you to a trial that He cannot lead you through (I Corinthians 10:13)

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Vera March 19, 2015 at 10:26 pm

I am completing a 4 day fast in a day and a half. Clear liquids during the day and milk twice a day with my arthritis medicine. I just started a new job Monday that I was all excited about, really need the money, and found out that it is way above my skill level. Come to find out they had slots to fill by a deadline, and I think that’s why they hired me. Only my husband and son know I am not eating, and I take my “lunch” breaks alone so no one at work knows. My supervisor is understanding and willing to work with me, but wants a decision by the end of tomorrow as to wether I quit or stay. I feel so stupid, even with 2 college degrees. I am fasting for clarity of mind to be in better tune to what the Holy Spirit wants me to do. I am a Christian. My family really needs the money. Please pray. I would rather quit than be fired for incompetence.

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Lyndah March 23, 2015 at 5:57 am

He is a faithful God, He will show you what to do.

During the time the Israelites were slaves in Egypt, they did not have the adequate tools, but their work was still above par because they had God on their side even though they didn’t know it.

You will succeed at whatever it is you have been set out to do as long as you keep God with you.

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Jayashree March 30, 2015 at 3:09 am

Dear brother and sisters, I wanna tell each and every one of you how blessed and lovable you all are. I love each of you, like Michelle says, in the Lord very much though we don’t know each other. I am so encouraged and strengthened to know I belong to this amazing Family of God. You Sister in Christ, From India.

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Ezi April 2, 2015 at 6:05 am

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I am on my second day of a 3 days fast (break at 6pm daily) and I have to say that God is alive and faithful. I have been praying for a career breakthrough… been experiencing challenges in my work environment. However, on my first day of fasting, a negative work evaluation by my boss was quickly transformed. God intervened and my boss quickly changed his initial negative comments to positive comments. This was a battle that I could not fight. I gave it to God….and God came through for me. From a sister in Mali

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NN April 7, 2015 at 3:36 am

I am starting on a 3 day fast today, just water, break at 6pm. The reason for my fast is to cry out to God, for Him to hear our cry as we live in a foreign land and need permits that are taking long to come. My husband and I are drained, financially and emotionally because of the process. We remain hopeful that God will intervene somehow.

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valeriee April 10, 2015 at 12:47 pm

hi guys i just stumbled across this website today and saw the great support that is given to people in their time of need and i think that is really great i am 15 and in boarding school and just last month i decided to start fasting on behalf of my set due to our upcoming IGCSE and sometimes i feel like with the great amount of temptation i am faced with i am not truly doing the right thing because most of the time when i’m supposed to be in a prayerful mood i find myself checking the time to see how long it is going to be till lunchtime and i feel like i need the prayers and support from others who may have been through this and ‘give up’ i am truly glad you did not go ahead with your plan and i will pray for you whenever you come across my mind and i truly hope you will be able to make a difference in someone’s life someday

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FEEL THE LOVE April 10, 2015 at 1:04 pm

The love and support on the website truly reflects the Christian attitude of loving your neighbors as yourself. As a young person, it’s good to see people showing such care and I hope that your times of needs that there will be someone as loving and caring out there to help you all through it.

By the way I am a 16 year old and extremely inspired to help others but I dont know how… Any ideas? (I live in Nigeria)

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Jack Wellman April 10, 2015 at 2:04 pm

Thank you “Feel the Love” for your comment and wonderful desire to help Christ. I would also ask your pastor about what you can do. Have you talked with your pastor yet about what you wrote here? I would. In the meantime, here are some ideas:

It Only Takes Two

Even if your church is small like ours is, you can make a big impact for the kingdom of God by going out to share the gospel with your community. Jesus sent out the 72 to preach the gospel and they returned filled with joy (Luke 10:1-24)! “The seventy-two returned with joy and said, “Lord, even the demons submit to us in your name” (Luke 10:17) and what was Jesus’ reaction? “At that time Jesus, full of joy through the Holy Spirit, said, “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children. Yes, Father, for this is what you were pleased to do” (Luke 10:21). If you want to be filled with joy and please the Father…a win-win for sure, then take the gospel out into the world. It can impact your town in a big way.

Buy Some Bible Tracts

This is somewhat related to the previous paragraph but what I love to do is to buy biblically sound Bible tracts, like from Living Waters, and pass them out everywhere. You can put them in the rest stop restrooms, you can leave them with your tip at restaurants, you can hand them to people on the street, you can mail them back with your bills, you can leave them on car windshields, and just about any other place you can creatively think of leaving them. We have God’s guarantee that His Word will not return to Him void or without impact and that His Word will accomplish what He sends it out do to (Isaiah 55:11) so why not unleash the lion of God’s Word and let it do its most powerful work. All you have to do is walk up to someone and say “Did you get one of these” or “Have you seen these” and then walk away. It’s just that easy!

Partner With Other Churches

Our little church sent out letters to the other area churches in the hopes that we could bring prayer groups to each church on a Sunday night and pray for our community, pray for the lost, pray for one other, and to seek to find new ways to glorify God and preach the gospel. We did this once and only two churches responded by coming to our church and praying for the things I just mentioned. Prayer is never wasted. It is so important to pray that nothing much can happen until we first pray. There are other things the churches can join in to do that any single group may not be able to do individually. We are all in the universal Body of Christ so why not start joining different members of the body and working together as the eyes, ears, hands, feet, and mind of Christ?

Visit the Nursing Home

We started a ministry in the local nursing home because we wanted to bring the church to them since they could not go to their own church, if they had one in the first place. We found that they embraced us and welcomed us, from the administration all the way to the residents and staff. We try to go and visit with those who usually don’t have any visitors at all. We seek out those who often sit alone or are new to the home. We want them to know that someone cares about them. We are not interested in filling our church parking lot or the pews of the church but being an extension of the Body of Christ to reach out to those who are separated from their homes, their family, and their friends. We want to be a friend to the friendless. We want to be an ear for their voice to speak to. Sometimes they simply want someone to talk to and that is a need we believe we can fill, and I believe we do.

Write Letters to Prisoners

I started writing letters to prisoners some time ago and one of the ones I wrote to finally got released, and guess what, he joined our church. He joined simply because no one in his family wanted anything to do with him anymore. Not even his friends or his former church home kept in contact with him. I didn’t write him so that he would join our church once he got out, that was just a result of my writing him. Today, he is our associate pastor and was ordained not long ago. He is now working with other prisoners and former prisoners, trying to piece their life back together again and start over.

Visit a Hospital Waiting Room

How many people who are waiting in hospital waiting rooms are hurting? I venture to say, most of them are. They might just need someone to talk to and unload their burdens on and you might be that person. It is as simple as walking in and sitting down and introducing yourself and getting to know them. Bring a Bible tract with you that might give them some comfort during this difficult time in their lives. When one of their loved ones is in serious trouble in the hospital, you might be able to give them the message of hope that is found only in Christ.

Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen

When people get into deep depression or have overwhelming problems, there is nothing that takes their eyes off of themselves like helping and serving others. I have volunteered at a local homeless shelter and they offer clothing and food for those who have lost about everything in their lives. These broken, hurting people are open to the gospel of Christ because people are sometimes more open to hear about the Savior when all hope has been lost in their life. When people are broken and crushed in spirit, they are usually more receptive to the things of God. This is a great window of opportunity for you and your church to make a big impact by serving and helping the hurting. I believe you and your church members will actually get more out of this than those who you help.

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Richard Bach April 10, 2015 at 6:36 pm

Maybe you can try to free those in bondage, help the poor, be loving and kind and friendly to those around you, Spread the Gospel, feed the poor, and more. May God be with you. Amen.
Proverbs 14:31 KJV,”He that oppresseth the poor reproacheth his Maker: but he that honoureth him hath mercy on the poor.”
Proverbs 22:9 KJV,”He that hath a bountiful eye shall be blessed; for he giveth of his bread to the poor.”
Proverbs 14:31 NIV,”Whoever oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker,but whoever is kind to the needy honors God.
Proverbs 22:9 NIV,”The generous will themselves be blessed, for they share their food with the poor.”
Biblegateway.com
I pray that God will help you and show you the way on your mission. Amen, brother.

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Jack Wellman April 10, 2015 at 7:30 pm

Excellent recommendations Mr. Bach. Thank you sir.

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FEEL THE LOVE April 11, 2015 at 5:53 am

Thank you so much Mr. Wellman and Mr Bach. Surprisingly I’ve never actually thought of doing these things! In Nigeria, I feel like so many people just need a reminder that God loves them. I thought that at my age there are limited things I could do but you’ve just opened my eyes.
Thank you and God bless you.

Finally, I’ve been reading a lot in Proverbs and a recurring theme is Wisdom but I don’t exactly know how to “get” it.

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Jack Wellman April 11, 2015 at 8:47 am

My friend, the fear (or deep respect and obedience) of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and you will find it in the Proverbs and in Jesus’ teachings like in the gospel of John. Stay in the Word and the Word will stay in you my friend. May God richly bless you.

FEEL THE LOVE June 12, 2015 at 3:56 pm

Mr. Wellman, I finally got some tracts; I’ve been going through them and theyre amazing. My witnessing begins as soon as possible which is tomorrow (going out with friends)

thank you so much sir. God bless

LK April 12, 2015 at 12:29 pm

I have enjoyed reading these posts. I am in a very hard place right now and am going through a lot and can related to “give up” but am not suicidal. I am overwhelmed and I will never understand. Yet I am told we are not to understand just keep having faith…..I am wondering where God is in my life right now…with so much going on…I have been crying for over a week. Mid life crises perhaps (female). All areas of my life I question. Though God has made me I wonder why….I feel as though I was put it her to constantly struggle and never get a head whether it be work, friends, church, my child….I have been a very broken girl…and though I am not where I was ….I wonder how at my age….I feel like a 25 year old. Emotionally…I try to stand on all of God’s words but I question how he loves me not that he loves me. I don’t get it at all. I hate the job I have but remain thankful for provision. My child can’t stand anything I do. My friends find me difficult. I can’t find my place at church so I am possibly going through transition to another. Church is difficult. It is smaller so I feel as though I am in one dysfunctional family. I don’t know where I am to serve and that is my favorite thing to do in the whole world. I wish I could have a full time job giving….wouldn’t that be amazing….however….god wants me stuck I guess….at least that what my brain thinks….I am thinking if I had a child of god that wanted to give all day I would open doors to make that happens…instead I can’t even find another job while others all around me are doing it…..I scratch my head as this taps into my long life problem of rejection and not mattering….I tell ya…God help us all!!

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adunlike May 16, 2015 at 10:23 am

I’m exactly where you are LK. I question everything about my life. I cry aimlessly over pass misfortunes. I wonder what am I suppose to be doing with my life. I own my own business but I struggle to keep it. I struggle with choices I make to keep it then I questions is this my sign that I should be doing something else. I didn’t choose this career, God put me there and kept me there for 20 years and I have struggled from day one for 20 years to do this. I tried doing something else and I loved the break but it was a temporary assignment and when it ended I went right back to what I thought I was suppose to be doing and right back into the life of day to day week to week struggle. I smile on the outside so people won’t know I am crying all the time. I actually move out of the house from my kids because the crying got so bad they could feel it. They are 5 minutes away from me so and my older kids work with me but I don’t even go to work anymore because I feel it’s pointless, I feel this is never going to change. I feel I am at the end of my rope. Now I question that decision because now I have extra expenses that I now have to figure out how to cover from the same job that was paying the bills in the first place. My bad decision are putting me more and more in a stressful place even that the purpose was to be able to be in silent and have a place to fast and pray and be one with God, but my focus is still the same just in a different place. Still don’t understand why, still cry all the time not understanding what is the purpose for my life. but yet I smile on the outside. Now I am tired to faking it I want out, I don’t want this struggle any more, I want clarity, I want to know how strong is he trying to make me, am I not strong enough after 20 yrs of struggle? am I not wise enough to be able to see what God has for my life? What more do I have to do What more do I have to say, What more do I have to endure to feel accomplished in my life. Is it for me to alway just hang on and barely make it? I know I am blessed tremendously but I still feel the struggle the stress the depression, the anger, the loneliness, the pain. The first thing people say is YOU NEED TO PRAY! OK! I PRAY! Then they say you don’t have God in your life, I say I go to church, I pray, I believe. Then they say you have everything, I say yea and can’t afford any of it. Why do I have to continue to struggle, I just want to let go, and let god but I mean quit my job, move away, go back to school —for what don’t know—-, give everything up and start over, but guess what I did that 10 years ago and find myself saying the same things I said then. I know he hears me because he provide all of my needs, but I think I can’t hear him, is he telling me that’s not me allowing you to struggle and suffer in your pain, I have told you over and over to do something else and you still hold on to what is comfortable and what is easy. I didn’t make you struggle for years you did. So how do I know? I decided 2 days ago that I would fast and pray to see if I get to the point where I can hear what he is telling me and hear what he has for my life. I am doing and i am making it but I am stressed doing it and i am depressed and I am a basket case when I am alone. Crying never stops can’t’ get out of my bed unless it’s work related, I make myself take a call or go in for an hour. My business is not failing tremendously because I have not been to work since November, outside my cameo appearances. As of today I feel I am about to loose my business because of the state of mind I am in. So I was her today to see what fast to be on and see how to pray the right prayer and to see words of wisdom that would jolt me back to reality. So here I go. My first real FAST attempt for the right reasons and Pray that I can get the clarity that I need to move on in my life. I’m not 25 but I feel younger that my age and I know he keeps me and cares for me because I don’t. I believe I just feel I am missing something. God Bless

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Stephanie April 27, 2015 at 11:16 am

Came across this page while searching for more information on fasting. I will begin with a seven day fast. I have been a Christian most of my life but I do not believe I am living and operating in Gods purpose for my life. I am married to a wonderful husband and I have two awesome kids. I should be fulfilled but I always feel as if Im wandering in this life aimlessly. I am fasting for clarity, to forge a deeper meaningful relationship with the Lord and to finally find the purpose of my life.

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Andrea May 15, 2015 at 3:55 pm

I am doing a one day fasting (to start off) for a miracle. I had another relationship outside of my family for 8 years. It has torn my family apart. I am devastated by the loss of my family. I want my family back together more then anything. We have a daughter together and we loss a son 11 years ago. My daughter is special needs and taking this extremely hard. I feel guilty for doing this to her and want her dad to give me another chance. Please pray for me. And if you have any information on fasting please pass it on. Do I eat when darkness comes? Or nothing at all. Thank you.

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Jack Wellman May 15, 2015 at 5:20 pm

Hello Andrea. I don’t think the time a fast starts or how long it is will be the difference in God’s hearing you. I will pray for you and ask others to join with me for Andrea. You can fast at any time of day or night or choose a 24 fast or a 12 hour fast…but I would make sure and talk to your doctor to make sure you don’t have any medical conditions first….praying for you now though.

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Hopeful May 23, 2015 at 5:09 am

Andrea, when I fast I choose to do only the Master Cleanse Lemonade Diet while fasting because it sustains me without wanting food for long periods of time, (I prepare a gallon at a time and take it or several filled water bottles w/me every where I go) I decide what I’m fasting for and focus and pray on that. Another great site to help with fasting is http://www.cru.org/train-and-grow/devotional-life/7-steps-to-fasting.6.html
I listed a more detailed summary of my fasting below in reply to “Anonymous Too”, if you want to read it.

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AnonymousToo May 20, 2015 at 6:51 am

Hello. I have been struggling in my persobal relationship with God. Ladt year i fwlt like i was being told to fast fir 30 days abd so i did. After this month I felt another push to fast for 30 more days I did. My relationship jobs if spiralled down afterwards and then I felt the push to fast fir 30 days again. This time I resisted and later on started. A few days into my fast I realised that I was behind on my thesis and to complete woukd require a lot of late night’s, it is exam period and I have 3 more projects to finish. I feel overwhelmed already. I thought God I’ll abstain from my watching Facebook, whatsapp and other things till 6 o’clock but I kept feeling the pysh yo abstain from food. I’m really confused

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Jack Wellman May 20, 2015 at 7:54 am

Thank you for your comment Anonymous Two. If you are still in school and we know that the brain uses a lot of energy, you shouldn’t be fasting for 30 days. Have you ever spoken with your doctor about this? Fasting doesn’t make you holier or more spiritual…it may help to draw you closer to God but 30 days…that sounds really dangerous to me friend.

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Hopeful May 23, 2015 at 5:04 am

Anonymous Too, when I fast I choose to go on a weeklong spiritual fast off the grid, NO tv, telephone, radio, candy crush, social media, I only get on computer to pay bills or use my phone internet to read bible online, lmtd talk and text. I inform my closest friends and family I will out of touch for a week or longer but ask that they pray for me until I complete my fast. I do work as usual but after work is all prayer, meditation, scripture and praising God on nature walks. I choose to do only the Master Cleanse Lemonade Diet while fasting because it sustains me without wanting food for long periods of time, (I prepare a gallon at a time and take it or several filled water bottles w/me every where I go) I decide what I’m fasting for and focus and pray on that. Another great site to help with fasting is http://www.cru.org/train-and-grow/devotional-life/7-steps-to-fasting.6.html
I hope this helps. (Btw, I’m fasting right now and praying for and with others is part of my intercessory prayer.)

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shannon May 24, 2015 at 9:39 pm

This reply is for those who have struggled with sin, addictions, suicidal thoughts, endured abuse and struggle with depression and physical ailments. I’ve just described my life to you, and through them all, I stand victorious! Jesus has delivered me from adictions, suicidal thoughts, depression and various times of sickness. I was saved at the age of 12 by the testimony of a gideon who visited my school. Born into abuse, adopted into abuse and married into abuse. I am now 37 and fasting has been a part of my walk since about 22. I refused medication and clung to the Word. I’ve never wanted the world’s way of medicating, but the Lord’s. I said to myself, “if His Word is truely True, then He will heal me, He will deliver me and I will overcome. He will not let me be overtaken by the enemy” And you know what? His Word was indeed found to be true. Wanna know why you’ve been abused, abandoned, attacked so heavily by the enemy, even to the point of death? Because you were born with a high calling.. A great and mighty purpose. You’ve had a mantle over you from the time you were conceived. No, we don’t see this mantle, but satan does. It is seen in the spiritual realm. So stand up, pick up your sword (the Word) and fight! Fast and pray~ a LOT. Our strength doesn’t come from ourselves, it comes from the mighty ONE! :) God Bless you all.

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Broke May 24, 2015 at 11:00 pm

Please pray with me as I try the 3 day liquid fast. I am trusting and believing God for a breakthrough in my financial situation and the health of my mother. I have a good paying job but I am seriously in debt, I have more money going out than coming in. When will my breakthrough come, just keep me in prayer!

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Yvonne June 7, 2015 at 4:36 am

I was wondering about give up. Are you still here?

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Give Up June 7, 2015 at 8:22 am

YVONNE, thanks for asking. Am still alive. But things have not changed. Life is still difficult. I no longer have the zeal to even worship God. I wonder if this is the kind of life God planned for me. It’s just too much.

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Jack Wellman June 7, 2015 at 8:53 am

Thank you “Give Up.” God didn’t plan you to have no zeal. You are a free moral agent. It is your own choice you are making. It’s just too much for you? I would talk to your pastor. See what he says. Have you done so already? If not, why not. Focus on Christ and thank Him for your eternal life.

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NN June 7, 2015 at 10:40 am

Hi Give Up, how about taking it one day at a time. I will be praying for you. How about changing the name from “Give Up” to ” Do Not Give Up”, I believe that we were all created for a purpose. God will never ever give up on you, no matter the trying times.

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yvonne June 7, 2015 at 10:43 am

So happy you didn’t give up. You know, when we go through struggles I believe there is a miracle waiting. I believe God has a plan for your life. Get in the word and stand. You will be rejoicing on the other side. God loves you.
Stand on this:
The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. John 10:10
Hold on for abundantly! In the mean time you can walk in joy on purpose. I pray God blesses you in Jesus name. Amen

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Give Up June 7, 2015 at 11:26 am

I thank you all for your encouragement. Jack you talk of speaking to my pastor? Unfortunately I think the church of our age and maybe that part of my world has lost our purpose. Currently I belong to no church cos my previous failed to bring me closer to my purpose. Indeed I really appreciate all your comments and care.
God bless

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Jack Wellman June 7, 2015 at 2:44 pm

We are commanded to not forsake our assembling together (Heb 10) so you will always have doubt being outside of the sheepfold. Jesus is the head of the church and the Great Sheperd and you had a bad experience with His sheep, apparently. Not all churches are like the one that hurt you. Our church age has lost its purpose? We minister to widows, orphans, visit the nursing homes and prisons (read Matt 25). Do you do these on your own? The phrase “one another” is used almost 30 + times and you say you love God but you don’t want to be around His children. That is surely not pleasing to God. Jesus said the gates of hell will not prevail against the church (meaning it can’t be destroyed). No church, no pastor, no fellowship of the saints, no teaching from Bible teachers, no Sunday school teaching, no ministries, then you will be like the one who is separated from the pack whom Satan is roaming about seeking whom he may devour. I strongly recommend you read this: http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/what-does-the-bible-say-about-church-membership-and-attendance/ because there is no instances of a “lone ranger” Christian in the New Testament church. Ream Romans 12, 1 Cor 13, Eph 5, Gal 5 and try to do that alone!

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Jack Wellman June 7, 2015 at 2:46 pm

BTW, The Bible tells us we need to attend church so we can worship God with other believers and be taught His Word for our spiritual growth. The early church “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer” (Acts 2:42). We should follow that example of devotion—and to the same things. Back then, they had no designated church building, but “every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts” (Acts 2:46). Wherever the meeting takes place, believers thrive on fellowship with other believers and the teaching of God’s Word.

Church attendance is not just a “good suggestion”; it is God’s will for believers. Hebrews 10:25 says we should “not [be] giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” Even in the early church, some were falling into the bad habit of not meeting with other believers. The author of Hebrews says that’s not the way to go. We need the encouragement that church attendance affords. And the approach of the end times should prompt us to be even more devoted to going to church.

Church is the place where believers can love one another (1 John 4:12), encourage one another (Hebrews 3:13), “spur” one another to love and good works (Hebrews 10:24), serve one another (Galatians 5:13), instruct one another (Romans 15:14), honor one another (Romans 12:10), and be kind and compassionate to one another (Ephesians 4:32).

When a person trusts Jesus Christ for salvation, he or she is made a member of the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:27). For a church body to function properly, all of its “body parts” need to be present and working (1 Corinthians 12:14–20). It’s not enough to just attend a church; we should be involved in some type of ministry to others, using the spiritual gifts God has given us (Ephesians 4:11–13). A believer will never reach full spiritual maturity without having that outlet for his gifts, and we all need the assistance and encouragement of other believers (1 Corinthians 12:21–26). For these reasons and more, church attendance, participation, and fellowship should be regular aspects of a believer’s life. Weekly church attendance is in no sense “required” for believers, but someone who belongs to Christ should have a desire to worship God, receive His Word, and fellowship with other believers.

Jesus is the Cornerstone of the Church (1 Peter 2:6), and we are “like living stones . . . being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ” (1 Peter 2:5). As the building materials of God’s “spiritual house,” we naturally have a connection with one another, and that connection is evident every time the Church “goes to church.”

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Set Free June 17, 2015 at 1:52 am

God is with you. Please know that your ways are not his ways. His way are higher. He will never leave you. Please read his word AND pray to her from God. He wants to save you, and if he has to strip everything from you to cause you to know from where comes your help he will do just that. Not because he’s pridef but because he wants your faith love and trust. So that he can build you up like a strong tower in him to withstand all trouble. Please again read the word of God! It has every answer you can dream of. Pray first! The Holyspirit will guide you! He will keep you in perfect peace. The bike says they that wait on the lord shall renew thir strength, they shall run and not get weary they shall walk and not faint…! Jesus told satan in the desert, ” Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God!” Look at what Paul says in 2 Corinthians 12:8-10New Life Version (NLV)
8 I asked the Lord three times to take it away from me. 9 He answered me, “My grace is sufficient for you. I give you My loving-favor. For my power is made strong in weakness.” Therefore, I rejoice in my weaknesses and troubles so I can have Christ’s power in me. 10 I receive joy when I am weak. I receive joy when people talk against me and make it hard for me and try to hurt me and make trouble for me. I receive joy when all these things come to me because of Christ. For when I am weak, then I am strong. Jesus taught us what to do when he was terrified to lose his LIFE in the garden of Gethsemane! He even thought , ” father if there be anyway PLEASE let thus cup pass from me, YET NOT MY WILL!!!! But YOUR WILL BE DONE! Job said, ” Though he slay me! YET WILL I TRUST HIM! Baby let me tell you from experience, if You have storm raging into your life you need to understand how special you really truly are. The bible says as many of those God loves, he disciplines! This means there must be something you are needed to do, called and designed to do, designated to do!! You are in basic training and you will go through the fire to be a suitable vessel for the Holy Spirit. God has got to remove the YOU out of You so he can put his spirit in and you to use You. When you pray don’t tell God what he needs to do. Just tell him you know he knows what you need. You trust him to supply those needs and where you lack faith to trust him to please strengthen you, because you KNOW that If an evil man gives good gifts to his children surely your Heavenly Father will not withhold good things from you! Sometimes God takes away material things until he can trust us not to be lost by them. His goal is to SAVE US! But I believe it was John that said, I’ve been young and now I’m old and I’ve NEVER seen the righteous forsaken NOR his seed begging for bread! Trust in Jesus my friend! Please Hun this world is growing dim. Satan and his angels are trying to choke us all out into darkness so that we may not see the light of heaven. Our God says not to fear, because he will go before us! He will NEVER leave us he will be there to help us endure to the end! I’d like to leave you with one last word of the lord,” they that wait on the lord shall renew their strength they shall mount up on wings as eagles they shall walk and it get weary they shall run and not faint!” Please forgive me if I got a few words if scripture misconstrued. I prayed greatly former the spirit of God to speak to you through me. Saran even tried to stop this message crash the page site etc…but you need to kow God Loves You! He called you and knew you before you were born! You like many of us are all dear to God. He thought of us personally when he decided to leave his throne and come die on the cross for our sins. The thought of him not being with us forever was just too much for him to bear. Hold on to the faith @ givens up. Don’t give up!

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tanya June 9, 2015 at 9:56 am

…..Just joined in the group and was touched by Give up , was also feeling like him/ her the past few days ago but i just trust in God for a miracle.

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tanya June 9, 2015 at 9:57 am

please kindly assist me in prayer nothing seems to work for me.

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V.Rene June 9, 2015 at 9:19 pm

Hello, I’m asking for prayer for confidence, discipline to study, concentrate, and ability to understand and retain any information for Pharmacy Technician course I’m taking. I have an adult daughter who has had some issues with demon possession. It is a long story. It has wreaked havoc on my life, and that of my marriage, relationships between my son and daughter and other family members. I pray for strength to fast and for hunger to leave to help heal my daughter, son, husband and myself to move forward in deliverance and wholeness in The Lord. I pray this in Jesus name. Amen.

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Gonza June 13, 2015 at 7:12 pm

@ Give Up…. feelings are fickle. Faith and hope in The Living God are not a matter of feelings. They’re a matter of fact of His truth. A lot of us have been there Some have gone through many years of trials, but we know the joy of The Lord and we want it for you. Cast down those high imaginations that exalt themselves against Christ. They’re a trick from the enemy’s camp to keep us bound. Press in.

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LaToya July 8, 2015 at 1:21 am

I need prayer, I wasn’t going to post this at first but I just feel that I should. I have been in disobedience for almost a year. God told me to do something that scared me so much I ran from him. I no longer hear his voice, but just recently I can feel him drawing me to him again. I really want to serve him and live for him but I still have some crippling fears about some things he may ask me to do. I’m tired of wrestling with God I want to have faith over fear. I don’t know what to do, but it’s on my heart to fast to humble myself and as a sign of my repentance. But I fear that the Lord is gone from me forever and is tired of my running away. Please pray that the Lord softens my heart and forgives me.

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LaToya July 8, 2015 at 1:27 am

I need prayer, I wasn’t going to post this at first but I just feel that I should. I have been in disobedience for almost a year. God told me to do something that scared me so much I ran from him. I no longer hear his voice, but just recently I can feel him drawing me to him again. I really want to serve him and live for him but I still have some crippling fears about some things he may ask me to do. I’m tired of wrestling with God I want to have faith over fear. I don’t know what to do, but it’s on my heart to fast to humble myself and as a sign of my repentance. But I fear that the Lord is gone from me forever and is tired of my running away. Please pray that the Lord softens my heart and forgives me. Thank you

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Jack Wellman July 8, 2015 at 9:18 am

Thank you LaToya for your comment and prayer request. For one thing, you are depending on your feelings and not on what God’s Word says. Read Romans chapter 8 and then John chapter 6 and 10 and see why I can say that God never gives up on those who have repented and trusted in Him. Your fear and your feelings are not reliable. God’s Word always is. Talk to your pastor too and see what he says.

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Clive Vincent-Ellis July 12, 2015 at 2:05 pm

Hello to everyone of my brothers and sisters in Christ.

I have done a one day fast with just having water, but very recently discovered that I have a number of key parts missing from my Christian walk, mainly a real understanding of who I am in Christ and God’s love for me, I have been a Christian for nearly 21 years and have struggled during most of that time, but I know it really does not have to ever be a struggle.
So I decided I needed to do a full 3 day fast, as a friend of mine said on the 3rd day you get the breakthrough, I know that God is well worth any discomfort I suffer in that time.
But I did not prepare myself very well at all and lasted only 9 hours this time, I knew beforehand that I should cut down or cut out caffeine and now realise I also need to cut down on sugary stuff; but I also have 3 young border collie dogs, one of which is due to have puppies, so focusing on God, prayer, etc is very difficult.
I feel very disappointed in myself, I did repent for failing God in this, but God said no repentance was needed.
I know I don’t really need to fast for God to help me to understand His love for me or who I am in Him, But I need to change and to change the way I do things, so will prepare better and keep going for the 3 days fast.

May our most Righteous and wonderful Heavenly Father bless you all.

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Gina July 21, 2015 at 2:49 pm

I have never fasted before. I want to try but it will be a struggle. I have 3 kids so I will have to cook during the time I am fasting. I’ve read somewhere else that I can drink broth so I have thought of the possibility of boiling vegetables and giving them he vegetables and drinking the broth if I feel the temptation from cooking. Also, it will be hard to meditate as they require so much of my attention. It will be hard, but I am willing to try. Another question I have is that I am severely anemic. Do vitamins and supplements take away from the fast?

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Jack Wellman June 12, 2015 at 4:58 pm

Woo…hoo…glory to God. I love this. Please watch and listen to this…go to full screen. It is Christians handing out Bible tracts to the song “Rescue the Perishing” and I think it will motivate you to do this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7zVuMBtfUA May God richly bless your labor of love for the Lord and for His glory. You can certainly call me Jack. Thanks friend.

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