The Precipice - A manual on prayer and fasting: Prayer and Fasting - an attitude of life!

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Traillblazer Bookshop, Nov 1, 2014 - Religion - 58 pages
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When we may be on the precipice of a possible fall and our brain is exhausted or we need change in our lives, we will search our hearts for answers and call out to God.  It is the heart that cries out to God for change, in love, hate and a myriad of emotions which are involved in the development of our relationship with God and our fellow man.

All of us have faced challenges whether on a personal level or in a group situation such as the family, church, work and so on, and as Christians we ask God to help us. We may do that by prayer on a daily basis, but in some very difficult or stressful times we may go into a fast to see the hand of God moving in our lives and hearts.


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Chapter One Fasting
Chapter Two Why do we fast?
Chapter Four Intercessory Payer
Chapter Five What are the Keys to the fight

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Before we can understand the purpose and power found in prayer and fasting we need to know what God is looking for.

When David said in Psalm 51:10-17, “Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me” we can see the cry of his heart. 

David had reached the precipice of a fall in his life and needed to change; he prays for forgiveness and for the grace of God to be poured out on him. He pleads by petition for cleansing and promises to show thanksgiving in his life.

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