Saturday, December 21, 2019

The 40 Day sugar Fast

Would you give up sugar to experience the sweet presence of God in your life?
Many of us think that if our bodies become healthier, then we'll be healthier. But a healthy body doesn't do us a lot of good if we are spiritually malnourished. Welcome to the 40-Day Sugar Fast, a process that begins with us giving Jesus our sugar and ends with Jesus giving us more of Himself--the only thing that can ever truly satisfy our soul's deep hunger. On this journey you'll learn how to

· stop fixating on food and fix your eyes on Christ
· pinpoint the triggers that send you running to sugar
· lose weight as you gain faith
· turn to the Most High instead of the next sugar high

If you run to sugar for comfort or reward, eat mindlessly or out of boredom, feel physically and spiritually lethargic, or struggle with self-control, this fast will help you discover not only freedom from your cravings but an entirely new appetite for the good things God has for you.

My Thoughts:  What are you willing to give up in order to gain the powerful presence of God in your life?   This book isn't just about a physical detox, it's about a spiritual transformation. It's not just about giving up sugar, it's about giving up the things that take you away from God. Think of this book as a 40-day devotional that brings you closer to God.   Each of the 40 days has a scripture reading and application for the reader to do.  This book has a wonderful concept.  It is easy to read and to follow.  You can follow Wendy Speake here at  The 40 Day Sugar Fast.  She is starting up her annual sugar fast in January.  What a great time to be starting something new!  This is a wonderful book to bring the reader closer to God.  


I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am  disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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