The Forgotten Power of Fasting: Healing, Liberation, Joy . . .

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Children of Medjugorje. Inc, Oct 28, 2020 - Religion - 173 pages


I read your book from cover to cover. Your words completely captivated me and have convinced me on the importance of fasting. I knew already the benefits of fasting, but I wasn’t aware of all its attributes, that you explain so well.


Reading this book one discovers fasting.


As we know, Our Lady in Medjugorje continuously insists on the importance of fasting, but we avoid putting into practice something when it means we have to make a sacrifice. We struggle to convince ourselves to actually fast. The arguments you present, and the examples that you give in this book, show very clearly the reason why Our Lady insists so persistently on something so precious for the soul and the body, for the apostate on earth and for the souls in Purgatory. I thank you for emphasising such an important topic, very often mentioned in Sacred Scripture, so precious for the living and for the intercession of the dead.


The final part of your work, with the words from the saints, will convince even the most reluctant.


This book will be nothing less than a true discovery of fasting to whoever reads it.


Don Gabriele Amorth

 

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Contents

Introduction
Will You Jump?
Two Days out of Seven
Our Body
Prepare the Great Works of
Protection
Purification from Evil
Fasting is Powerful
Frequently Asked Questions 1 What kind of bread?
What are the best times of day to fast?
What about those who are sick?
How much bread?
Why bread?
Why
Be the extended hands of
See that you can do

A Battlefield
Givers or Takers?
Facing Disastrous Paths is There a Solution?
The Suggestions of Satan
Until the Completion of the Plan
Purgatory
Choosing to be Healed
Fasting for Children
Suspending the Laws of Nature
Satan Doesnt Give Gifts
Jesus Breaks Evil Bonds
Interview with Milona
Testimonials
If I had known 2 God defeats the insubordinate
Patrick freed from alcohol and gambling
Luca a day of obedience
2 St John Paul
Saint Faustina
Saint John Chrysostom
Saint Peter Chrysologus
Saint Alfonso Maria de Liguori

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Sister Emmanuel was born in France in 1947. She graduated from Sorbonne University with a diploma in Literature and History of Fine Arts. She entered the Beatitudes community in 1976 and has been living in Medjugorje since 1989. Sister's ministry is deeply embedded in the New Evangelisation, feeding souls with the Gospel message of hope through her speaking engagements, books and various other media productions.

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