Fasting: Opening the Door to a Deeper, More Intimate, More Powerful Relationship with God

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Charisma Media, Dec 1, 2010 - Religion - 240 pages
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The DVD demonstrates the experience and benefits of fasting and gives readers the tools they need for a successful fast in an easy-to-use video format.

 

The book contains both inspiring and practical information that readers need to know to access the power of biblical fasting, including:

        The types of fasts described in the Bible and how to choose the right one

        The connection between fasting and prayer

        The essential components of a successful fast

        What to expect physically, mentally, and spiritually

        New "Reflect and Pray" chapter opening elements to encourage and inspire readers

 

 

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User Review  - awesomegal1 - Overstock.com

Great book by Pastor Franklin. I read it over and over again. And always enjoy reading during my fasting times. It keeps you inspired with the Word of God and your mind stayed on the purpose of fasting. Read full review

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User Review  - Lunette - Christianbook.com

Honestly, anyone who wants to have a deeper knowledge on what is "Fasting", this book is an excellent source. It will direct you on how to grow in the Holy Spirit. It is encouraging. It is uplifting, and most of all it gives directions on how to open and close doors in our lives. Read full review

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Jentezen Franklin is a best-selling author and the senior pastor of Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia, a non-denominational church with 9,000 members. He is also founder of the Kingdom Connection Media Ministry, which includes international television and publishing ministries that have served the Christian community for more than 13 years. Kingdom Connection is broadcast internationally on networks like TBN, Daystar, and local broadcast stations in the United States.

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