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21 Day Corporate Fast
21 Day Corporate Fast

Wed, Jan 18


5960 Pleasant Hill Rd, Olive Branch, MS 38654, USA

21 Day Corporate Fast

Fasting should be done with an attitude of humility and a hunger for God. When denying ourselves food and even water, we set aside the time we would be eating to pray, read the Bible, and worship.

Time & Location

Jan 18, 2023, 12:00 AM – 11:59 PM

5960 Pleasant Hill Rd, Olive Branch, MS 38654, USA

About the event

Fasting is reducing the amount of food or liquids consumed over a specified period. When one abstains from eating for medical reasons this is referred to as detoxification of the body through the limiting of food. However, fasting is one way we develop a deeper life and faith in God. During the period in which one is fasting, time is set aside for prayer, reading Scripture, and meditation. Sometimes people will engage in doing good deeds as a part of their time of consecration. 

There are several types of fasting. The one you choose is between you and God. He will honor your best sacrifice for spiritual renewal and deep inner cleansing. 

Type one—a Full Fast. Drink only liquids. This is a normal fast in which one may abstain from eating food, although one may drink liquids over a specific time. 

Type two—a Partial Fast from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm, or from sunup to sundown. A partial fast is when one limits the amount of food or liquids for a specific time. 

Type three—an Absolute Fast where one ceases to eat or drink for a specified time. You should consult your family physician before beginning a fast. If there are severe medical reasons that will limit your ability to fast from food or water, you should not attempt to do this. Rather, look for other ways that you can fast or participate, such as limiting how much time you spend watching television or surfing the Internet. 

Type four—The Daniel Fast. Eat fruits and vegetables, and drink water and juice, no meats, sweets, or bread. The website provides information about the benefits of implementing aspects, if not all, of The Daniel Fast during our time of prayer and fasting.

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