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7 Days of Prayer and Fasting

7 Days of Prayer and Fasting

Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you… —Joshua 3:5

Bo Sanchez Light of Jesus Family


7 Days of Prayer and Fasting

Lord, I Commit to 7 Days of Prayer and Fasting Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us… — Ephesians 3:20 Be with me Lord as I start this journey of prayer with you. Most of all, I’m doing this because I want to grow closer with You. I want to become more like Jesus. Grant me a spiritual revival! Second, I want to be more open to the amazing things that you will do in my life. Specifically, I’m praying for these 7 Dreams: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.



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Third, I’m also praying for my spiritual home, the Light of Jesus Family: 1. That we bless the world by building more Feasts in various cities; 2. That we bless the youth and establish Feasts in major campuses, 3. That God raise up more young leaders and servants for these Feasts. I claim victory. Thank You for anointing me. Thank You for blessing me. Amen.

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Table Of Contents Get Ready for Amazing Things


Chapter 1: 5 Big Blessings of Prayer and Fasting Blessing 1: Fasting brings you closer to God Blessing 2: Fasting unites you with the poor Blessing 3: Fasting opens you to God’s power Blessing 4: Fasting cleanses your body Blessing 5: Fasting empowers our ministry


Chapter 2: Choose Your Fast Option 1: Liquid fast Option 2: Other kinds of fasts Option 3: Fast for your freedom


Chapter 3: How to Fast Step 1: Physical preparation Step 2: Begin your fast Step 3: Grow closer to God Step 4: Break your fast Step 5: Adapt the best as your lifestyle


Chapter 4: 7 Days of God’s Word Day 1: What rewards do you want? Day 2: What is your desert? Day 3: Who do you want to bless? Day 4: What is real fasting? Day 5: What should you avoid when you fast? Day 6: What mountains do you want to move? Day 7: What changes do you want to happen?



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Chapter 1

Get Ready for Amazing Things

5 Big Blessings of Prayer and Fasting

Friends, I’m inviting you to 7 days of prayer and fasting. In one sentence, here’s our mission for this fast: We want to grow closer to God and receive all that He wants to give to us. During this Holy Week, as an entire Light of Jesus Family, we want to empty ourselves from lesser things so that God can fill us with greater things. I’m excited at the amazing things that God will do among us! Miracles Happen When People Fast


Why am I excited? Because from my experience, miracles happen when people

For some reason, fasting makes us more expectant, more open, more trusting, more focused, more determined, and more sensitive to the Spirit—that more miracles happen when we fast. I’ve seen how people have received healing, guidance, financial blessing, family blessing in their lives when they fast. And entire communities get revived when they fast. In the next few pages, I’ll explain to you how we’ll do the fast together…



Fasting has many, many blessings. But here are the five big ones you want to focus on and pray

Blessing #1: Fasting Brings You Closer to God You will experience a spiritual revival. When you fast, you’re telling God that He’s more important than food. So instead of eating, you spend it in prayer, reading Scripture, writing your journal, before the Blessed Sacrament, reading spiritual books… It declares that you’re dead serious about pursuing Him because you’re crazy enough to say No to something as basic as food. If you can say No to a very basic need, what else can you not do for the Lord? You also gain discipline—something crucial for any type of success in the world. By learning to say No to small things, you’re able to say Yes to bigger things. 7

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Friends, there are many, many blessings when we fast. But at the end of the day, God Himself is the greatest blessing of your fast. Remember: If after you fasted, you experienced miracles and healing, but you didn’t grow closer to God—then your fasting would have been a failure.

Blessing #2: Fasting Unites You with The Poor Every time I fast, I remind myself that this is the daily experience of 12 percent of the world’s population. Not because they’re fasting. But because they’re poor. Tonight 740 million people will sleep hungry. And out of those 740 million hungry people, 30,000 will die of starvation. Half of those 30,000 will be children. Fasting shouldn’t just make me more spiritual. Fasting shouldn’t just open me up for more blessings and miracles. Fasting should also move me to love the poor in a more passionate way. When I fast, I’m also committing my life to end their hunger and poverty. After our 7 days prayer and fasting, we should be more resolved as a people to love the poor of the Lord in whatever way we can.


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Blessing #3: Fasting Opens You to God’s Power Years ago, I met an elderly man who was suffering from emphysema. I noticed the symptoms. Even if we walked for just a few meters, I saw him catching his breath. “Because of smoking?” I asked him gently. “I stopped 20 years ago,” he said, “so partly, yes. But also because of my lazy breathing.” I raised my eyebrow. It was the first time I heard of such a thing. He knew I didn’t understand, so he went on, “My doctor isn’t your normal doctor. He’s an expert in alternative medicine. So he says that all these years, my breathing has been very shallow.” After our conversation, I did some research. Obviously, it NEVER said that shallow breathing causes emphysema. But I learned one thing: It’s very important to regularly take deep breaths. Through regular aerobic exercise. Through breathing exercises. Through meditation that uses breathing. And just by your usual morning stretches and inhaling a few times. Deep breathing removes the toxins from your lungs. It also releases tension which affects your health. Think about it. Just like you and me, this man had oxygen all around him 24 hours day. But he smoked, clogging his lungs so that it can’t absorb 20 percent of what he was inhaling. And to top it off, he breathed in a lazy way, decreasing again his oxygen intake. Friends, that’s what happens with God’s power. God’s power is all over us, around us, above us, beneath us, and inside us.


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But we do exactly the same thing: We clog our spiritual lungs and we’re lazy when we breathe in God’s power in our lives. But fasting is like deep breathing. When you pray and fast, you’re inhaling a greater amount of God’s power into your life! Fasting isn’t a bribe. “Lord, I’m fasting, so you better give me what I’m asking for!” That’s not how it works. When you fast, God doesn’t change. You do. You become more expectant, more open, more sensitive, more attentive. So when you fast, you can pray for something specific in your life. • wisdom for an important decision you need to make; • freedom from a particular bondage; • physical healing; • family restoration; • financial blessing; • any miracle that you need! I know many of you have already written down your 7 dreams in your Novena to God’s Love. Pray for them in these our 7 Days of Prayer & Fasting.

Blessing #4: Fasting Cleanses Your Body God wants us to take care of our physical bodies. One way of caring for it is by fasting. By relieving the body from the hard work of digestion, it focuses its energies on getting rid of the toxins we’ve piled up in our system from all the wrong food we’ve eaten. All the gunk, the chemicals, the stuff that shouldn’t be in our bodies in the first place.


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These toxins weaken our immune system and makes us more susceptible to disease. Your body, after three days of fasting, will also burn up and decompose diseased, damaged cells. What a beautiful way to purge the bad! If you fast, you’ll do some “house cleaning” for your own body, removing the toxins and diseased cells naturally—while blessing your soul at the same time. However, let me warn you: fasting isn’t a weight reduction program. If you want to lose weight permanently, you need to change to your unhealthy diet to a healthy diet permanently. A 7-day diet won’t work. A lifetime change of diet, yes! So I repeat: Fasting isn’t the answer to a permanent weight loss.

Blessing #5: Fasting Empowers Our Ministry In the Bible, people fasted before they started their ministry or before a big change in their ministry. Moses did it. Elijah did it. Daniel did it. Esther did it. And Jesus did it. Honestly, I feel our ministry has reached a “tipping point”. Last year, we saw how our work for the Lord has grew by leaps and bounds. We’ll see the same thing happen this year. So fasting will release God’s power in our ministry. Pray for the following: 1. That we bless the world by building more Feasts in various cities; 2. That we bless the youth and establish Feasts in major campuses; 3. That God raise up more young leaders and servants for these Feasts. 11

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Chapter 2

Choose Your Fast There are some people who can’t fast. To name a few: Extremely thin individuals; Those suffering from anorexia or bulimia; Persons with tumors, bleeding ulcers, cancer, blood diseases, and heart disease; Pregnant and nursing mothers; Individuals taking insulin because of diabetes and those suffering from hyperglycemia. For the rest of you who are unsure, I strongly urge you to ask your doctor before you fast. If you can fast, this is how we’ll do it as a spiritual family. Here’s a brief explanation of different kinds of fasts…

Option #1: Liquid Fast

Jesus fasted for 40 days with a “water only” fast. Once, I tried a “water only” fast for 5 days—and it’s great— but can be too exhausting for some people. In a “water only” fast, toxins are released too abruptly and maybe too hard on the body. Saying all that, I know lots of people who do a “water only” fast and did so successfully. The key is to drink lots of water. But I prefer a Juice Fast. This, I believe, is the best kind of fast—from a physical health perspective. You only drink vegetable and fruit juices—to aid in flushing out all toxins and regenerate your body. DON’T


GET JUICE FROM CARTONS OR CANS. Get real vegetables and fruits that you put in your “juicers” and “blenders”. What kind of vegetable and fruits should you juice? The best are fresh carrots, celery, lettuce, beet, grape, etc. (At the back of this booklet are Juice Recipes by Chichi Barba.)

Option # 2: Other Kinds of Fasts I know many people who fast by taking bread and water only for 7 days. (Uh, not raisin bread and donuts, I’m sure.) In the Bible, Daniel fasted this way. I’ve met people who miss breakfast, lunch, and just eat at 5pm for dinner—and they do that for the 40 days of Lent. (Each year, hundreds of millions of Muslims do this during their Ramadan.) You can do this kind of fast for our 7 Days of Prayer and Fasting.

Option #3: Fasting for Your Freedom If you can’t do Option 1 or 2, that’s okay. Fast from all that’s harmful to your life. Fast from unhealthy food. Fast from your addictions such as smoking and alcoholism. Fast from your arrogance and gossip. Fast from a critical spirit and negativity. Fast from too much TV. Let this Lenten season be your season of freedom! Friend, the choice is yours. Pray to God what kind of fast He wants you to take. Remember: From a spiritual perspective, your inner attitude is more important than what kind of fast you choose. 13

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Chapter 3

How to Fast If you decide to take a liquid fast for 7 days, please read the following five steps to have a great fast. If you’re not taking a Liquid Fast, then just read Step #3.

Step #1 Physical Preparation If you’ll do the juice fast, I strongly recommend that you prepare for it well. Start eating a softer diet one day before. Stop eating meat and focus more on fruits and vegetables. Reduce sugar intake—so you won’t crave for it during the fast. Lessen the quantity of your meals. Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day.

Step #2 Begin Your Fast The first two or three days of your fast will be the most difficult. You’ll feel hungry. Some people have headaches (perhaps withdrawal effects of not having sugar and caffeine), feel dizzy, have bad breath and bad odor. That’s the toxins coming out. On Day Three or Day Four, you begin to feel better as your body finally shifts to cleansing mode—and stops complaining. You no longer feel hungry as before.



From Day Four to Day Seven, you’ll feel stronger and more

I cannot emphasize this enough: Each day, drink 8 glasses of water. Throughout your 7 days of fasting, many people can maintain their regular schedule of work and household chores. Others however need a lighter schedule. Listen to your body. You can take moderate walks as your exercise.

Step #3 Grow Closer to God This is the main reason why you fast. So instead of eating meals and snacks, pray. Read spiritual books. Write your journal. Adore before the Blessed Sacrament. Go to Mass more often. Go to confession. I recommend that you gather with other members of Light of Jesus (who are also fasting) during lunch and dinnertime—and pray together. Bring to God also your 7 Dreams written in your Novena to God’s Love. Read this list each day. And pray also for the intentions of the Light of Jesus.

Step #4 Break Your Fast If you fasted for 7 days, take 1 day to adjust to real food. For example, break your fast by eating salads and fruits on the first day, add toasted bread at the later part of the day. No oils, dairy products, and meats during the adjustment period. Your stomach is much smaller now, so stop before you feel full.


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I strongly recommend that you rethink your lifelong diet at this time. Many have quit smoking when they fasted. Many have experienced deep spiritual changes because of the fast. That’s my prayer for you.

Step #5 Adapt the Best to Your Lifestyle There are some things in the fast that I do as a lifestyle. They’re too good to limit only during fasting days. So I do them every day. Like spending each day with prayer, journaling, and spiritual reading. Like reading my vision statement each morning. And drinking vegetable and fresh fruit juices, and eating more salads. And not eating meat and focusing on fish for my protein needs. Bless your body and bless your soul. Have a great 7 Days of Prayer and Fasting, my dear family. You will be blessed.

Chapter 4

7 Days of God’s Word Day 1: What Rewards Do You Want? Matthew 6:16-18 When you fast, do not look somber as the hypocrites do, for they disfigure their faces to show men they are fasting. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face, so that it will not be obvious to men that you are fasting, but only to your Father, who is unseen; and your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. Jesus says “When you fast”… not “If you fast”. What do you think does that mean? Do you think it was “normal” or “typical” for followers of God to fast? Why? It says in Matthew 6 that God will reward us when we fast. No, I don’t believe God is in Heaven, looking for people who are fasting, and once He finds them, throws them a nice reward for fasting. I



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believe that God has already made available to us all the blessings we need—rewards included! God’s blessings are an endless waterfall flowing towards our direction, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. But when we fast, we open ourselves more to that torrent of blessings (and rewards) that are coming our way. So we receive more of them! How? Fasting increases our faith. Fasting increases our expectation. Fasting increases our focus. All these make us more ready to receiving God’s blessings. What do you think are the “rewards” that Matthew 6 is talking about? My Prayers and Reflections Today:

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Day 2: What Is Your Desert? Luke 4:1-2 Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the desert, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil. He ate nothing during those days, and at the end of them he was hungry. Where did the Holy Spirit lead Jesus? Does it make sense? Why did the Spirit lead Jesus to a place where He’ll be tempted by the devil? We realize that just because you’re close to God, temptations won’t disappear. The good person isn’t free from temptations, he just has the ability to overcome them. What is your desert? What is your difficult place? Jesus didn’t stay in the desert forever. He used it to seek the Father by prayer and fasting. You don’t stay in your desert forever. Your difficult place is only a season. God will use it so that you’ll be a better person. And then you’ll move on. What hidden blessing has your desert or difficult place given you? Your desert—your trials—empty you so that God can fill you up. Sometimes, when we’re full and satisfied, we don’t grow anymore. Trials force us to grow. Fasting does the exact same thing. We empty ourselves so that God can fill us up.



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7 Days of Prayer and Fasting

My Prayers and Reflections Today:

Day 3: Who Do You Want to Bless?

When they sent both men to their mission, they placed their hands on them. They blessed them. Don’t forget to bless and place your hands on your children, other family members, and friends when they leave for school or work. They too are on a mission to show God’s love to others. As you fast this week, bless them! Write here the names of people you want to especially pray for and bless as you fast…

Acts 13:1-3 In the church at Antioch there were prophets and teachers: Barnabas, Simeon called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen and Saul. While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” So after they had fasted and prayed, they placed their hands on them and sent them off.

Before Jesus started His public ministry, He also fasted. We fast to listen to God and receive His power to do His work. Pray to God now for guidance and anointing. He will give both to you as you pray and fast.

Before the Church Leaders sent Barnabas and Saul (Paul) on a mission, the apostles sought God’s power through prayer and fasting. Why do you think did they do this?

Sending Barnabas and Saul was clearly a major move for this Antioch Church. What are your “major moves” that you can now include in your 7-Day of Prayer and Fasting?


My Prayers and Reflections Today:


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Day 4: What Is Real Fasting? Isaiah 58:3-4, 6-11 “Yet on the day of your fasting, you do as you please and exploit all your workers. Your fasting ends in quarreling and strife, and in striking each other with wicked fists. You cannot fast as you do today and expect your voice to be heard on high.  “Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice  and untie the cords of the yoke,  to set the oppressed free  and break every yoke? Is it not to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter—when you see the naked, to clothe him, and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood? Then your light will break forth like the dawn, and your healing will quickly appear; then your righteousness [a] will go before you, and the glory of the LORD will be your rear guard. Then you will call, and the LORD will answer; you will cry for help, and he will say: Here am I.  “If you do away with the yoke of oppression,  with the pointing finger and malicious talk, and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the noonday. The LORD will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail. While they were fasting, people were exploiting their workers and quarrelling with others. So God told them what real fasting was. List down some descriptions here: Our prayer and fasting must make us more like Jesus. It must make us grow in love, especially for those who are suffering around us. 22

A life of courageous love must be the fruit of all our prayers and spiritual practices. What did God promise to those who do this real fasting? Have you experienced these promises in your life? Can you give examples? My Prayers and Reflections Today:

Day 5: What Should You Avoid When You Fast? Luke 18:11-14 The Pharisee stood up and prayed about himself: ‘God, I thank you that I am not like other men—robbers, evildoers, adulterers—or even like this tax collector. I fast twice a week and give a tenth of all I get.’ But the tax collector stood at a distance. He would not even look up to heaven, but beat his breast and said, ‘God, have mercy on me, a sinner.’ I tell you that this man, rather than the other, went home justified before God. For everyone 23

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who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted. How often did the Pharisee fast? And yet his fasting produced spiritual arrogance instead of humility. This is what we need to watch out. Sometimes, the best spiritual activities, rituals, and practices pull us away from God instead of drawing us near Him. For example, we look down at others who don’t fast. But Isaiah 64:6 says, all our righteous acts are like filthy rags. The other person in this passage is a tax collector. In the eyes of the Jewish society, a tax collector was one of the worst sinners. He worked for Rome and was thus a national traitor. To make a living, he was free to collect more than what Rome required. Some of them became very rich. (Example: Zacheus.) People hated tax collectors. But awareness of his need for God drew him closer to God’s love. This is spiritual humility. So here’s the message: More important than fasting is humility. For fasting to be complete, it should make you more keenly aware of your desperate need for God’s love. Today, be thirsty and hungry for God’s love! My Prayers and Reflections Today: 24

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Day 6: What Mountains Do You Want to Move? Matthew 17:19-21 Then the disciples came to Jesus in private and asked, “Why couldn’t we drive it out?” He replied, “Because you have so little faith. I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” But this kind does not go out except by prayer and fasting. The apostles couldn’t drive out the demon from a possessed person. So they asked Jesus why. According to Jesus, what was the reason? Fasting is an expression of faith. Fasting is meaningless without faith. When you fast, you’re expressing that you need God’s power for the particular situation you’re in. When you fast, you’re increasing the size of your faith. What mountains in your life do you want to move today?


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My Prayers and Reflections Today:

Day 7: What Changes Do You Want to Happen? Acts 9:1-9 Meanwhile, Saul was still breathing out murderous threats against the Lord’s disciples. He went to the high priest and asked him for letters to the synagogues in Damascus, so that if he found any there who belonged to the Way, whether men or women, he might take them as prisoners to Jerusalem. As he neared Damascus on his journey, suddenly a light from heaven flashed around him. He fell to the ground and heard a voice say to him, “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?” “Who are you, Lord?” Saul asked. “I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting,” he replied. “Now get up and go into the city, and you will be told what you must do.” The men travelling with Saul stood there speechless; they heard the sound but did not see anyone. Saul got up from the ground, but when he opened his eyes he could see nothing. So they led him by the hand into Damascus. For three days he was blind, and did not eat or drink anything.


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Saul met God on the road to Damascus. It was such a powerful experience, he changed completely. From a Pharisee who persecuted Christ’s disciples, he became a disciple himself. But notice what he did when he was led back into Damascus. What did he do? . As you finish your fast today, pray for real changes in your life. In these past week, you too have had a Damascus Road experience. You met God. He spoke to you. He blessed you. Rise out of your 7-day fast a new person, changed by the Holy Spirit. What changes do you want to see in your life? My Prayers and Reflections Today:


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Juicing Recipes By Chichi Barba

A few pointers and instructions: 1. Clean fruits and vegetables thoroughly. Make a water-vinegar wash and/or a water-salt wash where you can soak your vegetables before using it. 2.If you don’t have a juicer, you can use a blender instead. After blending your ingredients, place everything in a clean katsa or cheese cloth bag and squeeze out the juice. You can even use a fine wire-mesh strainer to strain out the pulp. 3.You can add buko juice to the juices if you wish to make it less strong.

3. Cucumber Green Juice 2 large cucumbers Handful of romaine or kangkong 4 stalks of celery 1 big broccoli stem 1 or 2 green apples (this is optional) Prepare (wash, slice) then push all ingredients in your juicer or blender. Serve (strain first if using a blender). This is enough to make 4 glasses of juice. 4. Wheatgrass Juice *Measure wheatgrass in ‘rounds’ like spaghetti. 1 to 2 inch rounds of wheatgrass

1. Carrot and Apple Juice (from the Gerson Therapy) 6-8 oz carrots 6-8 oz apples (green)

This will make approximately 1 to 2 ounces of wheatgrass juice. Push wheatgrass into a juicer. Serve (strain first if using a blender).

After making sure the carrots and apples are clean, prepare the ingredients (based on the kind of juicer or blender you have). Place these in your juicer or blender. Expect to have at least 8 oz.

5. Fountain of Youth Green Juice (from Val Archer)

2. Carrot Juice 12 ounces to 1 pound of carrots Prepare (wash, slice) then push all ingredients in your juicer or blender. Serve (strain first if using a blender). This quantity is enough for an 8 oz. glass of carrot juice.


1 to 2 inch ‘rounds’ of fresh wheatgrass or barley grass, 1 large cucumber 4 to 5 stalks of celery green apple 1 thumb of ginger Prepare (wash, slice) then push all ingredients in your juicer or blender. Serve (strain first if using a blender).


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6. Cabbage and Orange Juice

9. Watermelon Juice

3 big wedges of cabbage 1 orange or 2 dalandan ½ green apple 1 tablespoon kalamansi or lemon

2 to 3 inch wedge watermelon (medium-size)

Slice and wash cabbage. Wash fruits, peel. Combine cabbage, fruits and juices in juicer. Serve (strain if using a blender). This will make approximately 8 oz. 7. Grape-Apple Juice 1 medium apple 1 small bunch of grapes

Push into juicer or blender. Serve (strain first if using a blender). This will make approximately 8 oz. 10. Watermelon and Honey Melon Juice 2 to 3 inch wedge watermelon (medium-size) ½ honey melon Wash fruits and prepare. Combine fruits and push into juicer. Serve (strain if using a blender). This will make approximately 8 oz.

Remove grapes from stem and slice apple. Combine and push all ingredients into your juicer or blender. Serve (strain first if using a blender). This will make approximately 8 oz.

11. Pineapple-Papaya Juice

8. Tropical Flavors Juice

Combine ingredients and push into juicer or blender. Serve (strain first if using a blender). This will make approximately 8 oz.

2 inch wedge pineapple 1 medium-sized orange or 2 dalandan 1 tablespoon lemon or kalamansi

2 inch wedge pineapple ½ papaya (medium size)

Wash fruits, peel, combine fruits and juices in juicer. Serve (strain if using a blender). This will make approximately 8 oz.



Thank You So Much for Your Faith. Thank you for joining the Light of Jesus Family in our 7 Days of Prayer and Fasting. Even if you couldn’t fast, it was your prayer that was most important. By adding your faith to the faith of our spiritual family, we made mountains move. We caused miracles to happen. We received an avalanche of blessings. We grew closer to God. I repeat: Your faith was important. Our collective faith wouldn’t be what it is without your faith added to ours. Till our next 7 Days of Prayer!

May your dreams come true,

Bo Sanchez


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