The Daniel Fast is based on the prophet Daniel’s fasting experiences as recorded in the Bible. The fast is a biblically based partial fast. According to Daniel 1, the results were: learning, skill, wisdom, spiritual understanding, favor, and better appearance! In Daniel 10, the fast resulted in answered prayer and spiritual insight. One of the great things about the Daniel Fast is that you are not limited to any specific amount of food, but rather to the kinds of food you can eat.
Only fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes & whole grains
Only water or natural fruit juice for a beverage
No sweeteners, breads, meat, eggs or dairy products
All Fruit: fresh, frozen, juiced or canned
All vegetables: fresh, frozen, dried, juiced, or canned
All whole grains
All nuts & seeds
All legumes: canned or dried
All quality oils
All meat and animal products
All dairy products
All leavened bread
All refined and processed food products
All deep fried foods
All solid fats
The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast
Divided into three parts–fast, focus, and food–this book is your inspirational resource for pursuing a more intimate relationship with God as you eliminate certain foods such as sugars, processed ingredients, and solid fats from your diet for 21 days. Author Kristen Feola explains the Daniel Fast in easy-to-understand language, provides thought-provoking devotions for each day of the fast, and shares more than 100 tasty, easy-to-make recipes that follow fasting guidelines.
How to prepare for the Daniel Fast?
The Daniel Fast is a unique type of fast because you can eat, unlike a liquid fast where only water or juices are consumed. But just because you can have food doesn’t mean the Daniel Fast is easy. Fasting, in any form, is difficult because you’re doing battle physically and spiritually. Continue Reading…
Join us for the 21 Day Fast Devotional
Start your new year with a focus on the spiritual discipline of fasting. This plan includes several passages about fasting and others that encourage reflection and closeness to God. For 21 days, you’ll get a daily Bible reading, a brief devotional, reflection questions, and a prayer focus.