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21 Days

Tomorrow morning, I will begin a 21 day fast along with other members of my church. We are choosing to abstain from something (food, social media, etc) in order to set ourselves apart and purposely pursue God.

For each of the next 21 days, I will be posting about the fast and 21 different ways in which we as believers can set ourselves apart. (I will be doing the Daniel Fast, in case you’re curious or need a place to start.)

I invite you to join us and deliberately walk away from something that draws your heart, time, and attention away from God. We’re believing the Lord will do amazing things through our decisions to focus solely on Him. We’d love to have you join us!

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  • candis
    Posted at 04:39h, 24 August Reply

    I am going to walk away from worry and focus on God. Something I should not be doing and I am sure does little for me and the needs of my family.

  • Harold Ballinger
    Posted at 00:03h, 25 August Reply

    Thank you, Jennie. I am really hurting under the weight of my job. Sometimes it feels like a crushing weight, even to the point of physical sickness and great amounts of overwhelming stress. I am thankful that I can provide for the needs of my family, and I hope that I can shine even just a glimmer of light in the midst of the pain and struggle. Sometimes I guess He needs to crush me in order to reform me. Love y'all.

  • Harold Ballinger
    Posted at 00:04h, 25 August Reply

    Thank you, Jennie. I am really hurting under the weight of my job. Sometimes it feels like a crushing weight, even to the point of physical sickness and great amounts of overwhelming stress. I am thankful that I can provide for the needs of my family, and I hope that I can shine even just a glimmer of light in the midst of the pain and struggle. Sometimes I guess He needs to crush me in order to reform me. Love y'all.

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