Kenneth E. Hagin's A commonsense guide to fasting PDF

By Kenneth E. Hagin

ISBN-10: 0892764031

ISBN-13: 9780892764037

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

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Speak to you and lead you to fast. If the Lord lays a fast on your heart, do it! He has spoken to me in this manner several times. The longest I have ever fasted, however, is three days. The Bible lists these reasons for fasting: 1. To minister to the Lord. 2. To lay hands on ministers to send them forth. 3. To draw close to God in times of danger. These are the scriptural reasons; you don't need to fast to defeat the devil. Jesus already won that victory for us. Remembering this, we can use fasting sensibly to keep the body under.

3. To draw close to God in times of danger. These are the scriptural reasons; you don't need to fast to defeat the devil. Jesus already won that victory for us. Remembering this, we can use fasting sensibly to keep the body under. The following pages will show the scriptural basis for this commonsense approach to fasting. Chapter 1 Fasting: A Look at the Old Testament Fasting has in all ages and among all nations been an exercise much in use in times of mourning, sorrow, and afflictions. Yet there is no Bible example of fasting to be seen before the time of Moses.

Lazarus testified in an open-air meeting what God had done and many were saved. " That's all. Did that change God? No. God had already told him to raise up Lazarus. You see, it gave Wigglesworth a little more time to wait on God instead of eating. It made his spirit more keen, and it made him more susceptible to God's Spirit so he could be a channel. That is why there are no instructions given by the Holy Spirit through Paul or Peter or James or John to fast or not to fast. I believe this is because God wants us to learn to be led by His Spirit.

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