What is the Daniel Fast?
The Daniel Fast is a biblically based fast.  It is a method of fasting that men, women, and young people all over the world are using to enter into the spiritual disciplines of prayer and fasting.

There are two anchoring scriptures for the Daniel Fast.  In Daniel chapter one, the Prophet ate only vegetables (that would include fruits) and drank only water.  So from these scriptures we get two important guidelines for the fast:

                 1.     Fruits and vegetables
                 2.     Water 

Then in Daniel, chapter 10, we read that the Prophet ate no meat nor any "precious breads" or foods, and he drank no wine for 21 days.  This scripture provides a couple more guidelines:

                   3. No sweeteners and no pastries, cakes, donuts etc.
                   4. Only whole grain bread without leaven was eaten.

Another important guideline is drawn from Jewish fasting principles, where no leaven is used during the fast.  It is for this reason that yeast, baking powder, and similar items are not used for the Daniel Fast.

Finally, it can be concluded that no artificial  sweeteners, processed foods, or chemicals should be consumed on the Daniel Fast.

To ensure the integrity of the fast, make sure to read the ingredients on labels.


​The Bible teaches that man is a composite of body, soul, and spirit.  During the fasting time, the focus is spiritual through fasting and prayer, which  affects all three parts of our beinthe whole triune being. 

The Body
As your diet changes, the body is affected.  For some, this is very dramatic. Detoxing from caffeine, chemicals, and sugar will produce  symptoms such as headaches, leg cramps, fatigue, and malaise. Most people lose weight during the Daniel Fast, and many report healings from diabetes, allergies, arthritis, and cancer.

The Soul
The soul is the seat of emotions, intellect, personality, conscience, soulish intuition, and will.  The flesh realm craves the stimulation, producing frustration, anger, and happiness in the "soulish realm."  During the fast the flesh is purged from toxins through the modified diet. As it re-aligns itself with God's design the Spirit becomes stronger. This has a powerful affect on the soul.

During the Daniel Fast, your soul may rebel against the dramatic change in diet.  Experiencing and winning this battle over the flesh is often one of the most powerful lessons of the Daniel Fast.

The Spirit
The spirit is the part of man that must be "Born-again" at salvation. It is illuminated by the infilling of the Holy Spirit, which provides strength and direction for the spiritual journey.  The Daniel Fast is a great opportunity to be trained and disciplined to yield to God's will.  The goal is to take authority over the flesh. When the flesh "acts out" from cravings, the soul takes control. This is made possible by the communication of the spirit-man with God the Father, who Spirit.

During the fast, focus on prayer, study, and meditation of God's Word.  Refrain from watching TV as much as possible. Limit radio and music -- even Christian!  Take time for you and God.

What if you have health issues?

​Fasting should never bring harm to the body.  If you have concerns, consult your health professional before doing the Daniel Fast of making any major dietary changes.

The Daniel Fast is a very heathly way to eat!  Health professionals will support this eating plan, but might suggest a few modifications if you have health issues that requires special attention.



Franklin Jentezen




The Daniel Fast: Feed Your Soul; Strengthen Your Spirit and Renew Your Body Author: Susan Gregory

The Daniel Fast
Author: Annette Reeder

The Daniel Fast Cookbook

           January 8, 2023 (sundown) to           J​anuary 28, 2023 ends at sundown

Biblical History for Daniel Fast
Food List

Prayer Calendar
Jan 8-14
Pray for revival and the salvation of family and loved ones

Jan 15 - 21
Pray for church vision, leaders and finance. Also pray for musicians

Jan 22 - 28 
Pray for spiritual growth

The last day of the fast is water only for those who are physically able.  We will have corporate prayer at the church every Friday night at 7:30 pm
Quesadilla Treat

Make cheese quesadillas and dip in organic marinara sauce.


Peanut Butter Quesadilla
(No Jelly or Jam)
Cream of Broccoli Soup
Guyanne Lille

For a Large pot (For a small pot – cut in half)
2 cans soy milk
4 cans Campbell’s Cream of Brocolli soup
4 cans Campbell’s Cream of Celery soup
2 – 3 bags Green Giant frozen steamable broccoli
Add onions, carrots & celery, OR 2 pkgs of Miripiox mix from King Soopers (This is onions, carrots & celery mixed.)

Stir all 8 cans of soup together. Add 8 cans of water, and 2 cans soy milk. Add vegetables and cook together until hot.  

               Add seasoning to taste.

Stir Fry
Gail Bailey

Use Broccoli Slaw from the produce isle, or cabbage and fry up your favorite veggies in canola, olive or sesame oils. Season to taste. For a little Mexican flair, add peppers to taste.

Stuffed Mushrooms
Gail Bailey

Large Portobello mushrooms
½ Onion
1 tsp Garlic
I Squash (any kind)
Mozarella cheese (optional)
Organic (no meat) marinara sauce

Grate squash, and sauté in olive oil with onion and garlic. Spoon into mushrooms. Top with marinara sauce, bake for 10 minutes on 400. Top with cheese and bake until melted.
Egg and veggie omlet

(Whip the egg, and pour into skillet. Let it cook until the egg starts to rise. Flip over. Fill one side with your favorite veggies and cheese. Flip the other half over the veggies and finish cooking. Serve with salsa.
Garden Veggie Straws
Gail Bailey

All natural and no preservatives. Made from potatoes, tomatoe and spinach.  

These are a wonderful crunchy snack. You can have 38 straws for 130 calories

Egg and potato burrito 

use whole wheat tortilla.  

Use salsa or green chili make with no meat.

Some people use dairy products during a Daniel Fast; others do not. 
Pray and ask the Lord direction for food choices.
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Cabbage Soup
Gail Bailey

½ head cabbage
1 small onion
Snap peas
Squash (optional)
Jalepeno or peppers (optional)
1 cup pearl barley (optional)
4 large cans diced tomatoes
10 beef bullion cubes
Salt, pepper and parsley to taste

Put all ingredients in large pot and cook together until vegetables are tender. When you aren't on a Daniel Fast you can add sausage (beef kielbaso, polish sausage, etc.) Yummy!

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