Results for - Religious Fasting

1,663 voters participated in this survey

1. Fasting, abstinence from food or drink or both for ritualistic, mystical, ascetic, or other religious or ethical purposes. The abstention may be complete or partial, lengthy or of short duration. Fasting has been practiced from antiquity worldwide by the founders and followers of many religions. Do you know about this?

Yes
69%
1,145 votes
No
18%
299 votes
Undecided
4%
74 votes
Not Applicable
9%
145 votes

2. Fasting and prayer can also work on a much grander scale. According to Scripture, personal experience and observation, I am convinced that when God's people fast with a proper Biblical motive-seeking God's face not His hand-with a broken, repentant, and contrite spirit, God will hear from heaven and heal our lives, our churches, our communities, our nation and world. Fasting and prayer can bring about revival - a change in the direction of our nation, the nations of earth and the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Do you believe in this?

Yes
24%
400 votes
No
35%
574 votes
Undecided
28%
458 votes
Not Applicable
14%
231 votes

3. Did you ever fast for religious purposes?

Yes
22%
370 votes
No
60%
992 votes
Undecided
5%
78 votes
Not Applicable
13%
223 votes

4. If yes, did you ever feel something good happened because of this?

Yes
13%
209 votes
No
13%
219 votes
Undecided
10%
162 votes
Not Applicable
65%
1,073 votes

5. Should we practice fasting ?

Yes
22%
373 votes
No
26%
433 votes
Undecided
33%
548 votes
Not Applicable
19%
309 votes

6. How does it impact on our health?

Positively
25%
411 votes
Negatively
21%
346 votes
Both Ways
48%
802 votes
Other (please specify)
6%
104 votes
10/06/2015 Food & Drink 1663 31 By: sharmasimpy

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