This video is the continuation of the video series titled “Why Do You Fast? – Episode Three.”
Both Islam and Christianity teach about fasting. One of the differences between fasting for Muslims and Christians is when to fast. Muslims fast at a certain time, but Christians can fast any time. The Bible teaches that every day is good for God. What are other differences? You will find the answers in this video.
This video series, “Why Do You Fast?” is divided into four episodes. To watch the previous episode, click here. Make sure you don’t miss any!
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