Fast & Fight On

What is Fasting? Fasting is defined as, abstaining from all or some kinds of food or drink, especially as a religious observance, during a certain amount of time.

When fasting, there are some things that you may notice especially physically. Most of these things while  fasting are natural. These things include hunger, headaches, irritability,and lightheadedness. Along with certain emotions which include depression, frustration and anxiety. That’s why it is important to focus on and to surround yourself with things which edify your spirit. These things may include listening to gospel music, Bible tapes, and the spoken word of God.

Also remember to spend as much time in prayer as possible. This is a time of spiritual reflection to get closer to God. If your focus is off, you will feel off. Please do not get discouraged when things start to go wrong, this is a good sign that the enemy is on assignment.

Fasting and spiritual warfare go hand-in-hand. It’s the assignment of the enemy to kill steal and destroy.

Now it’s time for you to get on your assignment put on your armor and get ready to fight. You have vision, destiny, purpose, declaration, and dreams to fulfill. The enemy will do whatever he can to stop that from coming into fruition. It is not the time to play weak, it is a time to fight! People of God this is your season, walk in all that God has promised. Step into your season, encourage yourself in the Lord, and continue to fight.

John 10:10 New International Version (NIV)
The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.


Have you ever lost focus during your fast? If so, how did you overcome it?

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