theology January 31, 2019 Fasting doesn’t change God Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post fasting doesn’t change God fasting changes us… PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleFASTING DAY 10 Next articleCAN YOU EXPLAIN The disappearing of the dinosaurs and why were no dinosaurs in Noah’s ark WITHOUT GAP THEORY? 44 Comments Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; AMEN !!! Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; Amen Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; It makes us very hungry Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; Nothing we do changes God…all we do changes us. Closer to or farther away. Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; What?! God changes all the time in response to our prayers. It is completely reasonable that prayer with fasting impacts God more than player alone. Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; Why did Esther fast? Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; Agreed! And fasting doesn’t grow our faith. It destroys our unbelief. Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; I agree that fasting doesn’t change God…..but it certainly moves Him. Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; i have a q- what if your a diabetic and can’t fast very much? Reply January 5, 2019 Guest; “Behold, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith.” – Habakkuk 2:4 Reply January 6, 2019 Guest; Fasting is a mine game. Changes nothing. God changes. Things. That’s trying to prove something. God knows. Reply January 6, 2019 Guest; The fact that God changes His treatment of us in response to our choices has nothing to do with His character. In fact, because God does not change, He must treat the righteous differently from the unrighteous. If someone repents, God consistently forgives; if someone refuses to repent, God consistently judges. He is unchanging in His nature, His plan, and His being. He cannot one day be pleased with the contrite and the next day be angry with the contrite. That would show Him to be mutable and untrustworthy. Reply January 6, 2019 Guest; Funny how some people actually think that God is impressed by our hunger when we fast… Reply January 7, 2019 Guest; Is open theism heretical? http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/is-open-theism-heretical/ Reply January 10, 2019 Guest; How can you have free will outside of Open Theism? Reply January 11, 2019 Guest; Amen. Reply January 31, 2019 Varnel Watson true that Joe Absher Robert Borders Daniel J Hesse Reply January 31, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Troy Day and feasting does? Is 58? Reply January 31, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Fasting-what did it do for Jesus? What were the effects spiritually, physically, and emotionally? Do young pastors fast? Reply January 31, 2019 Varnel Watson feasting? Reply January 31, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Troy Day the Master calleth Come and Dine! You just sang that last Sunday?? Reply January 31, 2019 Bishop Bernie L Wade Interesting. I wonder if they knew that in Ninevah? Reply January 31, 2019 Jeanette Elizondo OF COURSE !! THEY REPENTED !! Reply January 31, 2019 Bishop Bernie L Wade Jeanette Elizondo exactly Reply February 1, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Ah, as it was in the days…they gave themselves to eating and drinking… Reply February 1, 2019 Joe Absher “Change is the only constant in life.” -Heraclitus Reply February 1, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Joe Absher we can thank Him, Joe for the constant and abiding power of His presence! Reply February 1, 2019 Varnel Watson IF God changes … well I will stop right there Reply May 29, 2019 Varnel Watson believe it or not Edmark Makmak Requinto Reply May 29, 2019 Edmark Makmak Requinto Thank you, But, I do believe in it Reply May 29, 2019 Varnel Watson you believe in fasting? – we all do Reply May 29, 2019 Neil Short Mat 6:17 — Mat 6:18 But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face, so that your fasting may be seen not by others but by your Father who is in secret; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you. Reply May 29, 2019 Varnel Watson Jonah – cite Jonah Reply May 30, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce Matthew 6:17-18. Jesus told his listeners they were to fast privately so that their “Father who sees in secret will reward [them] openly.” After giving, praying, and fasting are done in secret, God rewards openly (vv 4,6,18). To lose sight of the meaning of any one of these disciplines by playing to the crowd was regarded by Jesus as hypocrisy (6:2,5,16). Those who work for the praise of the crowd may receive it, but that is all the reward they will have. Divine recompense is guaranteed by the close of the age, if not before (cf. Matt 24:45-46; 25:14-23; 2 Cor 5:10). Reply May 30, 2019 Varnel Watson Joe Absher I guess people will have to comment first how often and how long they fasted to change GOD Reply May 30, 2019 Joe Absher https://youtu.be/xtolv9kM1qk Reply May 30, 2019 Varnel Watson http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/?s=fasting%20day Reply May 30, 2019 Joe Absher Oops Reply June 1, 2019 Varnel Watson so they say Reply December 9, 2019 Varnel Watson Ricky Grimsley would say it does but it aint true Fasting changes US NOT GOD … Reply December 9, 2019 Ricky Grimsley Troy Day don’t speak for me. Fasting only changes us. It weakens the flesh so we can hear god. IMO Reply December 10, 2019 Varnel Watson Ricky Grimsley The voice in the wilderness speaks for all of us GOD does NOT change… period Reply December 10, 2019 Ricky Grimsley Troy Day his character doesn’t change. His essence doesn’t change but he didn’t always have a human body but now he does. Sounds like a change to me. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.