the real meaning of fasting is to stop eating any other things than Christ and eat the Lord as the Living Word!


What does it mean to fast? Of course, there is an outward real tangible meaning of FASTING, which means to not eat for a while, to deprive oneself from food and even from drink. And it is good to fast once in a while, as the Lord touches us and reminds us – give it to Him, and when He speaks to you, out of love towards Him and in consecration to Him, fast for the Lord and before the Lord! But there is also a deeper meaning of fasting, which deals not only with outward things but with our inward being. The real meaning of FASTING, according to the entire revelation in the Bible, is to stop eating all things other than the Lord Jesus and to not have a taste for anything other than Him! We all need to fast – we need to cease from all other kinds of eating, and to eat only Jesus as the bread of life in His word! In the eyes of God it is wicked to do things for Him without coming to Him to enjoy Him, eat Him, contact Him, and receive Him! God doesn’t want man to DO things for Him – He wants us to come to Him and enjoy Him, eat Him, receive Him, and contact Him! … continue reading this portion of enjoyment via our blog,

the real meaning of fasting is to stop eating any other things than Christ and eat the Lord as the Living Word!

6 thoughts on “the real meaning of fasting is to stop eating any other things than Christ and eat the Lord as the Living Word!

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  4. Hi God-Man-Christ, while your perspective on fasting is Biblical you should support it with a few Scriptures. Your supporting Scriptures will help your point.

    However, according to (Isaiah 58:5) the true meaning of a fast is when the Lord sees it as “an acceptable day to Him.”

    What do you think?

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