Dating god for 30 days
SEE ALSO: What I Learned after Fasting and Praying for America On the 41st day, I began to eat solid foods again and I was filled with gratefulness because God had shown me his amazing grace. God shines his light on why you feel you need that thing.
God’s grace and power enabled me to finish that endeavor feeling full. Your heart will change because he’ll shine a spotlight on your motives.
In other words, don’t go around bragging about the fast or speaking about it in order to get pity.
When you give something up, let it be so that the Lord can teach you something, not so that you can boast or draw attention to yourself in any way.
A Humble Spirit Fasting, whether it is all food or just certain things, should cause me to look within myself. Pay attention to what causes me to quarrel and argue with other people. Usually what causes a lack of peace in my spirit is my own unsatisfied wants.
A humbler spirit should be the result of a time of fasting.
A spirit that puts God’s will above my own where it should be and places what other people need ahead of my own wants. An Other-Focused Mentality Loving and seeking to understand other people is the second greatest commandment. Be Still and Know During those 40 days, the Lord did indeed restore my strength.
During Lent, it’s a good time to think about what God desires when we fast.
Every day will also have at least one verse for you to study and pray over your husband.
You can start this prayer challenge any day of the month, but it might be easier to start at the beginning of the month, just to keep track of the days. If you do miss a day, you don’t need to go back and or start over.
Just pick up with the corresponding day and, if you have time, you can go back to the days you’ve missed.
You might want to bookmark this page to make it easier to come back to each day. Pray that your husband would put his relationship with God above all other relationships, including yours.