The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast by Kristen FeolaWith 21 devotionals and 100+ recipes, this book is your ultimate plan of action and toolbox as you commit to the Daniel Fast. Youll not only embrace healthier eating habits, youll also discover a greater awareness of Gods presence.
Divided into three parts - fast, focus, and food - this book is your inspirational resource for pursuing a more intimate relationship with God as you deny yourself certain foods such as sugars, processed ingredients, and solid fats. Author Kristen Feola explains the Daniel Fast in easy-to-understand language, provides thought-provoking devotionals for each day of the 21-day fast, and shares more than 100 tasty, easy-to-make recipes that follow fasting guidelines.
In a conversational style, Feola helps you structure the fast so you can spend less time thinking about what to eat and more time focusing on God.
As Feola writes, When you want ideas on what to cook for dinner, you can quickly and easily find a recipe. When you feel weary, you can be refreshed through Bible verses and devotions. When you are struggling with staying committed, you can refer to the information and tools in this book to motivate you.
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This post may contain affiliate links. Please refer to my disclosure policy for more information. Is your church participating in a Daniel Fast this year? Or maybe you and your family have decided to do it by yourselves? First of all, what is the Daniel Fast? In the book of Daniel, we see that Daniel chose not to eat the royal food of the palace but instead ate only vegetables and drank only water.
Fasting is a natural discipline that can bring supernatural results. The Bible is filled with more than 70 references to fasting, but over the last several decades fasting has disappeared from the church and is only beginning to make a resurgence today. What is a fast? Fasting is abstaining from something like food, drink or entertainment for a period of time to create some type of benefit in body, mind or spirit. There are many types of fasts, including: a standard fast water only ; an absolute Fast no water or food ; a partial fast restrict certain food and drink categories ; or an intermittent fast only eating during a small daily window, for example: 1 p. If you are looking for a healing breakthrough in body, mind and spirit, then you should keep reading and find out how to do the Daniel Fast. Many people wonder what did Jesus eat?
Chris Pratt is known for touting intermittent fasting and other diet approaches for weight loss and preparation for action movies, but his latest Bible-based diet regimen , The Daniel Fast, has people talking. Two references in particular lay the foundation for the diet:. Daniel himself experienced a renewed sense of vigor and strength after following a plant-based diet for three weeks, and a modern diet plan was created based on achieving his results of greater spiritual, mental, and physical health. The fast is a whole foods, plant-based diet, emphasizing consumption of foods in their least processed form. Fruit: Fresh or frozen, and low-glycemic fruits in particular are encouraged.
God I am hungry for You.. I am done with how I have lived and planned out my life and I am ready to live the life You planned for me. Starting right now, I surrender! Starting right now, I will put You first! I understand this won't be easy and will take great sacrifice from me, but I know Your reward will far outweigh any hardship I face. And I am ready!
Happy New Year! Oh, what a great time to start a new course and establish the direction for the coming months. Beginning the New Year with a period of extended prayer and fasting is the most perfect way to start. And especially since hundreds of thousands if not millions of believers around the world will all be opening their hearts to God at the same time! We are blessed to be together for this powerful spiritual experience. So, when does the New Year Fast begin? Most churches, study groups and individuals will begin the fast on Sunday, January 4th.