What The Bible Says About Fasting

Ever noticed friends skipping meals or giving up comforts for Lent? It's a thing from Ash Wednesday to Easter. In Matthew 6, the Bible says, don't show off your fasting. Keep it personal, and God, who sees the real you, will reward you quietly.

Fasting is a big deal to God. It's like saying, "You're my priority." The Bible promises a special reward when you sacrifice for Him.

If you're stuck and praying for a breakthrough, try fasting. It's a serious way of seeking God's will. He sees it, and there might be a quiet reward waiting for you.

This Lent, don't just watch – consider a personal journey of prayer and fasting. It's not for show; it's about a deep connection with God that could lead to the breakthrough you need.

Listen to What The Bible Says About Fasting

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