The Daniel Fast

Not that we are supposed to brag about fasting, but I started at sundown last night for a variety of reasons. I am looking for those of you that have experience with “The Daniel Fast.”

What was your experience? Did you feel closer to God? Did you have a hard time stopping caffeine? Please write your comments her and let me know and those of you that are prayer warriors, please pray for me!


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I am a Certified, licensed faith based counselor. By the end of the summer I plan to complete my Naturopath. So, I will be called Dr. Kelli ! LOL! This is so exciting!!! I love foraging, alternative methods of healing, essential oils and my family. I have a personal relationship with Jesus and it is by HIS grace that I am a cancer survivor. I have a great story to tell and I love to bless others with what Jesus has done for me. I am married, going through the struggles of marriage, have 5 children, all blessings from God with their own struggles. I am here for them and others as the Lord wills. I am the founder of Set Free Recovery a 501c3 organization that counsels those that seek to be free from drugs and alcohol.... If you would like my testimony, please contact me. I would be glad to share it with you. I am also available for speaking events. If you have one coming up, contact me to get on the schedule...
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One Response to The Daniel Fast

  1. Our church here in South Africa has a Daniel Fast at the beginning of each year for 21 days. Many people report breakthroughs as a result of this.

    I don’t fast as often as I should (or could) but can vouch that it’s a very worthwhile practice.

    I would suggest starting modestly, maybe just cut out 1 meal a day for a short while, or do fruit & veggies … there are many options. I believe the key is basically setting time aside seeking the Presence & Will of God, which may involve setting aside (some) food / eating.

    Remember to listen to your body and to ease into fasting as a lifestyle. Years ago I went through a season of fasting on Mondays (last meal Sunday supper & next meal Tuesday breakfast). It was manageable & was good for the body as well as the spirit.

    To answer you – yes it’s good for you, with time (& less distractions) you will start discerning the Lord’s guidance … go for it!

    Blessings; Steve Stapelberg

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