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Scripture does not command Christians to fast. God does not require or demand it of Christians. At the same time, the Bible presents fasting as something that is good, profitable, and beneficial. The book of Acts records believers fasting before they made important decisions (Acts 13:4; 14:23). Fasting and prayer are often linked together (Luke 2:37; 5:33). Too often, the focus of fasting is on the lack of food. Instead, the purpose of fasting should be to take your eyes off the things of this world to focus completely on God. Fasting is a way to demonstrate to God, and to ourselves, that we are serious about our relationship with Him. Fasting helps us gain a new perspective and a renewed reliance upon God.

 

Biblical Fasting

12th January 2014. Biblical Fasting What is meant by Biblical fasting? Is it applicable to New Covenant believers? When is fasting appropriate? Why should we fast (i.e. our motive)?
Speaker: Conrad Roper
Series: Topical Sermons
Date: January 12, 2014
Download: Biblical Fasting
Plays: 29
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