Kristen Feola



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The Ultimate Guide to the D...

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Spiritually Strong: The Ult...

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“Wait for the LORD; be strong and take heart and wait for the LORD” (Ps. 27:14), and “I wait for the LORD, my soul waits, and in his word I put my hope” (Ps. 130:5).”
Kristen Feola, The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast

“Fast. It’s for anyone who is hungry for a deeper connection with the Lord and who is also willing to make a three-week commitment to the spiritual discipline of fasting as a means of pursuing that connection. Because it is a partial fast, as opposed to an absolute or liquid fast, participants are able to eat a wide variety of foods. For this reason, the Daniel Fast is a good entry-level fast. However, if you have a medical condition or any health concerns, you should consult with your physician before beginning any type of fast, including the Daniel Fast. The guidelines of the modern-day Daniel Fast are based on the fasting experiences of the prophet Daniel. We follow his example not so much because his diet is worth emulating as because his heart is worth emulating. In the book of Daniel, chapters 1 and 10, we discover how Daniel’s passion for God caused him to long for spiritual food more than physical food, which is the ultimate desire of anyone choosing to participate in a fast. As we take a closer look at what he did, it’s important to remember that we’re not trying to duplicate Daniel’s menu, but”
Kristen Feola, The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast

“Fasting is a powerful spiritual discipline that allows you to connect with God on a deeper level. When you fast, you deny yourself food, or certain foods, for a specified period of time as an act of surrender. You are, in essence, saying, “God, I have to have your help in this”
Kristen Feola, The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast



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