A commonsense guide to fasting by Kenneth E. Hagin

By Kenneth E. Hagin

Rev. Hagin encourages Christians to ascertain and persist with the scriptural purposes for fasting. He discuss-es the correct size for a quick, and he offers an enticing substitute to the conventional view of fasting--an replacement the Lord gave him

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Yet there is no Bible example of fasting to be seen before the time of Moses. Although the Bible doesn't say so, it is presumed that the patriarchs of old fasted until Moses' time. ) It is interesting to notice that Moses enjoined no particular fast in his five books, except upon the solemn Day of Atonement. " This fast is the only one Moses enjoins, although the Jews did fast at other times for periods of 24 hours: from the sundown of one day to the sundown of the next. Since the time of Moses, examples of fasting have been common among the Jews.

So be very careful that everything is done decently and in order" (1 Cor. 14:40). We had people saved, filled with the Holy Spirit, and healed every Sunday night. We had constant revival, because we kept that place charged with the power of God. In a lot of places the atmosphere is charged with deadness on Sunday morning. You need to get there early to expel all the demons the people bring in, otherwise, you fall flat on your face. We need times of worship, times to worship any way the Lord leads us.

Monday night I preached. Tuesday morning I preached (I usually carried two services a day). Tuesday night I preached. This was the third day. " I stopped and said, "You know what? I never thought about it. I haven't eaten since I've been here. " Then I said, "That restaurant is closed down. '" He said, "Oh, we intended for you to eat there. " When he said something about eating, I got hungry. Until then, I had been so taken up with spiritual things I hadn't thought anything about it. ) For three weeks of meetings, those were the only three days I didn't eat.

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