We don’t fast to gain God’s favor. We fast to gain God’s presence. ~ Dr. J. Kent Edwards
Fasting is more than receiving the blessings and intervention of God. We fast in order to know Him… His presence, His voice, Him. We hope you will join us as we seek God together for our lives and for our church.
Here are some suggestions when considering how to fast:
- Fasting is a giving up of things we like or need in order to have what matters most. In those moments when we think about what we are giving up, we can turn to prayer and ask God for His presence.
- You can give up a type of food, a meal, or a hobby that fills up your free time. (For example, you may choose to give up coffee, all caffeine, breakfast, lunch, dinner, television, Netflix, social media, etc.)
- If you have health needs regarding your diet, please consult your medical provider for assistance.
- January 6 – Worship Service at TAC
- January 7 – Psalm 98 – Meditate on what God’s salvation means, and means for you personally.
- January 8 – Psalm 8 – Meditate on the wisdom and power of God.
- January 9 – Psalm 29 – Give thanks for what God has done for you personally.
- January 10 – Psalm 23 – Praise God for His presence and how He leads you.
- January 11 – Psalm 32 – Praise God for His forgiveness.
- January 12 – Psalm 63 – Meditate on your desire for God.
- January 13 – Worship Service at TAC
- January 14 – Psalm 51 – Ask God to guide you to repentance.
- January 15 – Psalm 95 – Ask God to soften your heart and for victory over sinful patterns.
- January 16 – Psalm 139 – Praise God that He knows you and loves you.
- January 17 – Matthew 6: 9 – Meditate and pray about how God is your Heavenly Father and is Holy.
- January 18 – Matthew 6: 10 – Meditate on what God’s kingdom in your life should look like, and pray for God’s kingdom in your life.
- January 19 – Matthew 6: 11-13 – Thank God for and pray for God’s provision, pardon and protection.