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The Power of a Fast: Definition

In this clip, we define what "The Power of a Fast" implies. Among others, it implies, The effectiveness, result, impact, efficacy, etc., of a fast.

The Power of a Fast Derives from God

When we talk of the power of a fast, we are speaking of what God does as a result of people fasting acceptably before God. Hence, the power of a fast derives directly from God!

Examples of the Power of a Fast: Josiah's Fast

There is power in a fast, when it is done acceptably before God. We see this from the example of Josiah.

Examples of the Power of a Fast: Isaiah 58: 6-11

There is power in a fast, when it is done acceptably before God. We see this from God's word in Isaiah 58.

Examples of the Power of a Fast: Nehemiah's Fast

There is power in a fast, when it is done acceptably before God. We see this from the example of Nehemiah.

Examples of the Power of a Fast: Esther's Fast

There is power in a fast when it is done appropriately before God. We see this from the example of Esther.

Examples of the Power of a Fast: Ahab's Fast

There is power in a fast when it is done appropriately before God. We see this from the example of Ahab.

Practical Fasting

We look at fasting in practical terms in this clip.

Fasting Implies Mourning and More

Fasting is more than just abstaining from food.

Fasting Redefined and Explained

In the light of Scripture, we redefine fasting to include mourning for sin, grieving for iniquity, heart-contrition, etc., along with additional explanations.

The Fast that is Acceptable to God

In this clip, we see what makes a fast acceptable unto the Lord, and what makes it unacceptable.

Biblical Instances of Fasting

We review some biblical instances of fasting, with a view to seeing what a fast is, and implies.

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