After a busy season like many of us have been in, we should take time to pull away, rest and allow our main focus to be on Jesus again. Realigning our priorities with God’s heart and taking time to listen to His voice are important choices in our life that often take a back seat to our daily responsibilities. That’s why, as a tribe of God-seekers, we are setting aside 21 days in January to fast and pray.
Our team at ‘PRAY NASHVILLE’ have found out that many of the largest ministries in the nation are uniting together on January 8-28th to seek the Lord with humility through fasting and prayer. When we seek God and unite our hearts together, something significant takes place that brings about supernatural kingdom results.
Jesus said in Matthew 6 that He rewards prayer and fasting. These are just a few testimonies we have heard from our past 21 days of focused prayer and fasting:
"I feel closer to God! I haven’t missed a day of being with Him!"
"Thank you Lord for the restoration that is taking place in my family. It’s a miracle. The unity and peace has been incredible!"
"Thanks to God for getting my child into rehab after our last time of 21 days of focused prayer."
"My dad does not have cancer anymore! Answered prayers!"
“My financial breakthrough finally came and I am out of debt. God heard my cries.”
"I am set free! I am fully healed physically, emotionally, and spiritually."
We invite you to join us for this time of 21 days of seeking God together. If this is your first time fasting or if you have questions or concerns, we will instruct and guide you in your fasting journey.
There many ways to do this fast. God may lead some of you to a juice fast or a fresh food Daniel type fast. Others may fast one meal a day or perhaps give up certain types of food. If you have health issues that prevent you from giving up food then you may want to prayerfully consider fasting things that can consume a great amount of your time throughout your day, like television, nonessential emails, or social media.
We encourage you to ask the Lord what He may want you give up for the 21 days so you can fully dedicate your time to reading His Word, praying, and listening to His voice to give direction for your life, your family, or the church in the upcoming year.
Remember, whenever a fast is recorded in Scripture, it is followed by a season of growth and blessing. As you make a commitment to participate with prayer and fasting, you will discover it will usher you into some of the greatest opportunities to experience the blessings of God.
With God’s grace, you can do it.