How do I get started with Christwalk 777?
Here are the suggested foods you eat during the Christwalk 777!
What foods will you eat?
Christwalk’s 777 will restrict your normal food intake to include only vegetables and fruits, so it is a Daniel Fast like in the Bible. The purpose of the fast is to sacrifice your normal food routine to deepen the relationship between you and God. As a result, you should consume the Daniel Fast’s permitted foods in their natural state as much as possible. Consult a medical professional if you have any questions concerning health conditions and participating in this fast for 7 days.
What fruits can I eat?
Fruits are important sources of nutrition to consume on the Daniel Fast. They contain essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants your body needs to properly function. Fruits also contain starch and sugars for added energy during your fast. All fruits are considered good to eat during the Daniel Fast. Frozen and canned fruits are allowed if they contain zero amounts of preservatives or sugar, reports Daniel-Fast.com
What vegetables can I eat?
Vegetables are wonderful additions to include in your fast. Like fruits, they contain fiber, which promotes bowel and overall digestive health. All vegetables qualify as permitted foods for the Daniel Fast. For best results, steam a variety of vegetables or eat them raw. Canned or frozen foods are available if no additional sweeteners or artificial preservatives are added. Vegetables can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and dinner or as snacks.
What whole grains can I eat?
Whole grains such as grits, plain oatmeal, brown rice and wild rice can be consumed whole on the Daniel Fast. Whole grains are sources of plentiful fiber, B and E vitamins, magnesium, copper and zinc. Refrain from adding anything but water to your whole grain dishes, notes Dr. Susan Gregory in The Daniel Fast. Refined grains, such as enriched flour or most cereals, are not allowed on the Daniel Fast.
What liquids can I drink?
Consuming an adequate amount of liquid is important while on your fast. MayoClinic.com recommends you consume 64 ounces daily, which is equal to eight standard 8-ounce glasses. Although water is the only liquid you can consume, Daniel-Fast.com notes that you can also juice, puree or blend fruits for your drinking pleasure.
What protein can I eat?
Since the Daniel Fast restricts meat and seafood, you can derive your protein from permitted sources, such as beans, seeds and nuts. Consuming these foods during your fast is a beneficial way to improve your protein intake, states Dr. Susan Gregory in The Daniel Fast. Examples of these foods include kidney beans, black beans, lentils, macadamia nuts, Brazil nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and almonds. Check the nutritional labels to ensure your nuts or seeds contain no added sweeteners or artificial preservatives.
WHY you want to commit and participate?
“When you fast…do not appear to men to be fasting, but to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.”
WHY you are fasting?
It is not to diet and lose weight!
Suggested bible focus for the 7 Days of Christwalk’s 777:
Health & Healing (Isaiah 58:8) ~ Expect healing and miracles (for yourself and/or family and friends).
Overcoming & Breaking Poverty (Joel 1:13; Joel 2:15-32)
Breaking Bondages & Addiction (including sexual addictions – Judges 19 and 20); can also be substance, alcohol and food addictions.
Breaking Generational Curses (Isaiah 58:12) – family curses of poverty, divorce, sickness, alcoholism, suicide, idolatry and other demonic attachments broken off you and your family members.
Breaking Demonic Powers – Jesus said, “This kind can come forth by nothing, but by prayer and fasting” (Mark 9:29).
Revelation & Wisdom – God will reveal things to come (Acts 13:1-4). When Paul and Barnabas “ministered to the Lord and fasted, the Holy Spirit said…”
Your Breakthrough – Do you need breakthrough in your life ? Do you want 2018 to be better than 2017? Is the Lord calling you to a work – or a new walk with Him? Are you being called to a new level of leadership or ministry? YOU NEED BREAKTHROUGH and He is “The God of the Breakthrough!” (2 Sam. 5:20, 1 Chronicles 14:11)