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March 29, 2020 | Doug Sauder
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As a church, and as individuals, we’re going to be praying and fasting for 21 days with a holy desperation and a genuine expectation, as we seek spiritual breakthrough in our lives and/or in the lives of others. The breakthrough could be the healing of a sick loved one, the breaking of a life-long stronghold, or God’s divine direction in your life. We’re going to be pressing in on a quest for revival, for healing, for salvation, and the fulfillment of the dreams God has given us.
We believe that fasting has the power to elevate your prayers and enable you to experience the fullness of what God has for you. We see God’s people fasting throughout the Bible. We see it in the life of Moses as he received the 10 commandments of God (Exodus 34:28). We see this pattern in the life of Elijah as he breaks through depression and hears God’s next assignment for his life (1 Kings 19:8). We see it in the lives of Esther and Jehoshaphat as they pray for supernatural intervention (Esther 4:16; 2 Chronicles 20:3). We see it in the life of Daniel as he struggles in spiritual battle and receives God’s revelation for the future of the world (Daniel 10:2–3). We even see it in the life of Jesus as He battles Satan in the wilderness (Matthew 4:2).
With this in mind, we’re inviting you to step into a great challenge and an even great opportunity over the next three weeks to fast and pray wild and expectant prayers in His name and according to His will (1 John 5:14), and to be open to the work of the Holy Spirit in and through you!
As you seek God’s direction on how He would have you fast, please keep in mind that your fast can look like:
Keep in mind; however, that without replacing these things with time spent in prayer and God’s Word, all of this is really just meaningless. Let’s not sell this experience short by making that mistake! Instead, take the opportunity to skip that dinner, or bowl of ice cream, or that TV show, and go for a 30-minute walk and pray. Ask God to do a powerful work of preparation for the next 21 days and pray along with us for a vision that will spread and change your life, your family, this church, and our community forever.
Below you’ll find a few resources to help you and your whole family engage in this awesome 21-day fasting journey.
21-Day Fasting Journal
GUÍA DE AYUNO DE 21 DIAS
How to Engage Your Kids in the Fast
A Personal Guide to Fasting
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