When you’re facing life’s battles, prayer should be your first resort, not your last! And sometimes when the problem doesn’t yield to prayer alone, God leads you to add a second element: fasting. Ever tried it?
Hunger is a powerful force. It can drive somebody to positive or negative outcomes. It is so powerful it has driven nations into wars and has been used before as a weapon to gain submission. During fasting, hunger works on your body and allows the spirit to gain the ascendancy in you. Luke 6:21 Blessed […]
Prayer and fasting is humbling yourself before God to seek His face for forgiveness, healing, deliverance, solutions, salvation amongst others godly interventions.
No one is really an expert in the disciplines of prayer and fasting. There is always more to learn. It is not that these practices are complicated. Rather, the point is that we are on a great adventure
When Jesus fought the devil in the wilderness, Satan never landed a single punch. Three times Jesus told him, ‘It is written.’ And with those three solid right hooks, Satan went down.
“Why have we fasted,… and you have not seen it? Why have we humbled ourselves, and you have not noticed?
Does prayer really make a difference in what God does? Why bother praying, if He is going to do whatever He wants, whether we pray or not?
And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed
Fasting Is for Everyone Perhaps you’re thinking, “I still don’t know how fasting can really be for me.” According to the words of Jesus, it is the duty of every disciple and every believer to fast.