By Kenneth E. Hagin
Rev. Hagin encourages Christians to envision and stick with the scriptural purposes for fasting. He discuss-es the correct size for a quick, and he provides an attractive replacement to the conventional view of fasting--an replacement the Lord gave him
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We are only made aware that people did fast and pray. " That's plain enough, isn't it? Here's something else about self-control and fasting. From 1949 through the late '50s, I'd stay in parsonages when I was traveling in the field ministry, and I noticed something: The pastors who shouted and hollered the most in the church lived the worst and fasted the least at home. In keeping a record for three or four years I never could find one of them who could control his emotions. One fellow I knew could holler the loudest, jump the highest, and make the most noise of anyone when he was in the pulpit.
It made his spirit more keen, and it made him more susceptible to God's Spirit so he could be a channel. That is why there are no instructions given by the Holy Spirit through Paul or Peter or James or John to fast or not to fast. I believe this is because God wants us to learn to be led by His Spirit. That way we'll be prepared for whatever He has for us to do. " When should you fast? I can't tell you, and the Bible doesn't give you specific instructions. That leaves it up to the leading of the Lord.
In the first verse, five prophets and teachers are mentioned. Among them were Saul (Paul), and Barnabas. As these five men ministered to the Lord and fasted, the Holy Spirit said, "Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them" (v. 2). " They already mentioned they were ministering to the Lord and fasting. We read this as though the two incidents happened together. But evidently that is not true, because it takes time to fast again. It says, "And when they had fasted and prayed and laid their hands on them.
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