Book Review: Honoring God through the Daniel Fast by Terrance Day

Honoring God Through the Daniel Fast is a smallish book about partaking in a Daniel Fast. If you are new to the Daniel Fast, this little book might be just what you are looking for. It covers all of the basics that you need.

This book is just the right size to give you the information that you need to begin the fasting journey. The author helps you through Scripture to understand the fast and the spiritual aspects of this fast.

He then offers lists of foods to eat on the fast and foods to avoid. He shares his and his wife's journey and how they benefited from doing this fast. He shares recipes for such dishes as Cranberry Spinach Salad Frenzy, Mexican Style Black Bean Fiesta, 15 Bean Soup and Emergency Snack Mix, as well as more recipes. I haven't yet tried any but they seem to be easy to follow and prepare and there were a few that looked good for my family.

He also offers devotions to read at the beginning of each week, along with questions to ponder while you fast. I did find these to be helpful in thinking through and turning my heart towards God.

Honoring God Through the Daniel Fast is a good book to start with if you are a Daniel Fast beginner and you are anxious to get started. While there are more comprehensive books out there, this one does a good job with the basics.

I received this book at no charge from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. 


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