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Fri, Jan 05


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Daniel Fast 2024

Embark on a spiritual journey with the Daniel Fast from January 5th to January 14th. Join us in this period of focused prayer and fasting for a deeper connection with God.

Daniel Fast 2024
Daniel Fast 2024

Time & Location

Jan 05, 2024, 12:00 AM – Jan 14, 2024, 12:00 AM

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About the Event

The Daniel Fast or Daniel Diet is based upon the prophet Daniel’s dietary and spiritual experiences as recorded in the Book of Daniel in the Bible. It’s a type of partial fast that focuses very heavily on vegetables and other healthy whole foods but leaves out any animal sources of protein.

Looking for Daniel Fast scripture readings? The Daniel Fast is specifically referenced in the Bible in two sections of the Book of Daniel:

  • Daniel 1:12, which states, “Please test your servants for ten days, and let them give us vegetables [pulses] to eat and water to drink.”
  • Daniel 10: 2-3, which says, “In those days I, Daniel, was mourning three full weeks. I ate no pleasant food, no meat or wine came into my mouth, nor did I anoint myself at all, till three whole weeks were fulfilled.”
  • Water only — it must be purified/filtered; spring or distilled water is best
  • Homemade almond milk, coconut water, coconut kefir and vegetable juice
Vegetables (should form the basis of the diet)
  • Fresh or cooked
  • May be frozen and cooked but not canned
Fruits (consume in moderation daily)
  • Fresh and cooked
  • Ideally low glycemic index fruits like stone fruits, apples, berries, cherries and citrus fruits
  • May be dried but should not contains sulfites, added oils or sweeteners
  • May be frozen but not canned
Whole grains (consume in moderation and ideally sprouted)
  • Brown rice, oats quinoa, millet, amaranth, buckwheat, barley cooked in water
Beans and Legumes (consume in moderation)
  • Dried and cooked in water
  • May be consumed from can as long as no salt or other additives are contained and the only ingredients are legumes or beans and water
Nuts and Seeds (sprouted are best)
  • Raw, sprouted or dry roasted with no salt added

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