Week of Prayer and Fasting
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Week of Prayer and Fasting

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January, May, September
Periods of dedicated prayer

To maintain prayer as a personal or church-wide spiritual practice, believers may wish to set aside times throughout the year for special emphasis upon fasting. The first weeks in January, May, and September provide natural opportunities to emphasize prayer and fasting.

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