Break Every Chain Fast Checklist 2015

January 2015
Namaste, St. Paul This is our season of prayer and fasting. We want to honor GOD’s WORD by
eliminating all those things that block our relationship with HIM.
We expect miracles, breakthroughs and answered prayers over the duration of
Through fasting, expect to be freed from obstacles and challenges that
subconsciously affect and disrupt your life as God intended it for you. And most
importantly, make time to pray daily. Just talk to God. Have that place and time
where you can seek Him every day. If you don’t plan to pray, you won’t.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask!
Elder Martin Stroman & Min. Pamela D. Jones
Break Every Chain Fast Co-Coordinators
[email protected] | 718.257.1300 ext. 175
Fasting Dates: Sunday, January 4 – Sunday, February 1, 2015
Scripture References For Fasting
Matthew 6:16-18 | Matthew 9:14-15 | Luke 18:9-14 | 1 Samuel 7:5-6 | Ezra
8:21-23 |Nehemiah 9:1-3 | Joel 2:15-16 | Jonah 3:5-10 | Acts 27:33-37 |
Isaiah 58 | Jeremiah 14:12 | 1 Corinthians 8:8
During this fast, I am praying and believing God for:
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Rev. David K. Brawley, Lead Pastor
859 Hendrix Street, Brooklyn, NY 11207 718.257.1300 |
Fasting Instructions & Options
Choose Your Type of Fast
While preparing for your fast, it is important to choose
ahead of time what type of fast, or what combination, you
will pursue. This will help you position yourself to finish
a. Specific Food Fast* In this type of fast you omit a
specific item(s) from your meal plans. For example, you
may choose to eliminate all red meat, processed or fast
food, or sweets.
b. Daniel Fast (Daniel 1:12)* The foundation of the
Daniel fast is fruits and vegetables.
c. Juice Fast* A juice fast is simply consuming vegetable
and fruit juices and water instead of solid food.
d. Water Fast* A water-only fast is the normal fast
referred to in the Bible. This is how Jesus and the New
Testament church fasted. A water fast is just that—no
eating of any food or drinking of any liquids except water –
but extreme precautions should be taken.
(*) Take a week or so to transition into your fast; otherwise,
you could get sick. For example, if you would like to go on
fruits and vegetables or juice fast, start eliminating meat,
white grains, and refined sugars from your diet the week
before. Also start to cut back quite a bit on dairy products
and some of your caffeine intake.
f. From Bad Habits Smoking, caffeine, alcohol, not
enough rest or exercise Disclaimer: If you are diabetic, pregnant, nursing or have any other illness that will be
affected by fasting, please consult your physician.
When your fast is over, add foods back in very gradually.
Please don’t break your fast with a greasy cheeseburger;
your body will be so cleansed and detoxified, you will most
likely get sick if you do that. There are also several
supplements you can take that will help support the detox
process during your fast. Your local health food store can
give you recommendations.
Prayer and Reading of the Word during Fasting
1 Samuel 1:6-8, 17-18 | Nehemiah 1:4 | Daniel 9:3, 20
| Joel 2:12 | Luke 2:37 | Acts 10:30 | Acts 13:2
Prayer & Support Opportunities
Stop by our Check-In Clinic!
Tuesdays 6:00pm – 6:30pm in January in the Chapel
ask questions & get support from the SPCBC Health & Wellness Team!
Pastor & People in Prayer Conference Call
Wednesdays at 7:14am
Dial: 712.432.1001 | Access Code: 427 964 013#
If you miss the call, RE-PLAY it immediately:
Dial: 712.432.1011 | Access Code: 427 964 013#
(or) visit from your computer
On-site People in Prayer Service
Wednesday evenings 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Fasting Dates: January 4 - February 1, 2015
Let the enemy be defeated through our complete surrender to God
through His Son Jesus and by the power of the Holy Spirit. Allow God to
move in and through you! Don’t give up and expect great things!