By Gordon Lindsay
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All things work together for bad for the impenitent and the backslider. Many Christians of mature years, looking back over the events of their past lives, can see a pattern unfolding which at the time seemed to be disconcerting and even detrimental to their interests. Yet eventually they were able to see the providence of God leading them into His perfect will. Hannah Whitall Smith in her classic, The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life, admirably states the case of all things working together for good.
For every one that asketh receiveth, and he that seeketh, findeth, and to him that knocketh, it shall be opened" (Matt. 7:8). Thus we see that every one, rich or poor, small or great, has the opportunity to rise to the highest office in God's kingdom—that of an intercessor. Indeed in the hands of the intercessor lies the power to sway the destiny of nations. There is power to save nations. In the days of Ezekiel when judgment threatened, God looked for a man for an intercessor who would stand in the gap before Him that the land might be spared, but He found none.
This is the common fast mentioned in the Scriptures. There is, however, a third kind of fast in which a small amount of food is taken. Although little is said about this fast, it does appear in the Scriptures. For those who have never been able to fast successfully for any length of time, the partial fast can be highly effective in many cases. Daniel the prophet mentions that during a certain fast he "ate no pleasant bread, neither came flesh nor wine in my mouth" (Daniel 10:3). " It does not say that Daniel ate nothing at all, but that he took nothing pleasant to the appetite, nothing to stimulate him, or that would appeal to the palate.
7 master keys to triumphant Christian living by Gordon Lindsay