Updated: May 31
Affirmations are incredibly powerful! Why, because faith comes by hearing! In saying, hearing or writing a powerful affirmation you are feeding that information into your mind and spirit over and over again. Furthermore, in declaring those words out of your mouth, you are putting that word into the atmosphere. Bible-based affirmations are even more powerful because you have the kingdom of heaven backing up what you are saying. The Word of God is the only offensive weapon outlined in the Apostle’ Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus (Ephesians 6:10-18). God’s Word is powerful and when we marry the power of His Words with our faith in action by declaring those very words over our lives, families, circumstances and communities, we ignite the power of God to be made manifest in our lives.
Practicing daily affirmations is a practice that many people embrace, both believers and non-believers alike. However, I believe that this is a kingdom principle backed up by Scripture. I believe that in declaring positive affirmations we are carrying out the biblical principle of “being transformed by the renewing of our minds”. The mind is a powerful thing and Scripture acknowledges that. Your beliefs are like lenses through which you view yourself and the world around you. It becomes your reality. What you feed will grow. So feed your mind and spirit positivity and positivity will manifest in your life.
Below is a list of some of my favorite affirmations that I use in my life on a regular basis. I chose to include a Scripture reference for each affirmation because for me, knowing that what I am speaking is backed by Heaven matters! Feel free to choose two or three affirmations from my list that resonate with you (or use them as inspiration to create your own). Next, you want to write them down in a place that is visible and a place that is easily accessible to you daily. Third, commit to speaking them aloud every morning when you wake up and every night before you go to bed. I suggest these times of day because it will help you start your day with a positive outlook and end your day with positive thoughts.
I am blessed and favored by God. (Jeremiah 17:7)
I am the head and not the tail. (Deuteronomy 28:13)
I am royalty. (1 Peter 2:9)
I have the Mind of Christ. (Philippians 2:5)
I am whole. My faith makes me whole in spirit, soul and body. (Mark 5:34)
I have a winning mindset. I set my heart and mind on things above, not earthly things. This gives me peace. (Colossians 3:1-2)
I am at peace. God keeps me in perfect peace because I trust in Him and fix my thoughts on Him. (Isaiah 26:3)
I love God’s principles and meditate on them all day long. (Psalm 119:97)
I let go and let God. As I give up control, release my life to God, and allow Jesus to live through me, God-sized things happen. (Galatians 2:20)
I have the peace and strength of God. God blesses me with peace and gives me strength. (Psalm 29:11)
I speak words of life. My kind words are sweet to the soul and healing to the bones of others. (Proverbs 16:24)
As I cast my cares and burdens to God, He sustains me and I have peace. (Psalm 55:22)
When I’m distressed, I cry to God for help and he hears my voice. (Psalm 18:6)
Miracles are happening in my life. God is able to do immeasurably more in my life than I could ever imagine. (Ephesians 3:20)
I have the truth of God. God reveals His Spiritual truths to me by His Holy Spirit .(1 Corinthians 2:13)
I lack no good thing. Because I seek the Lord with all my heart, I lack no good thing. (Psalm 34:10)
I am a finisher, because I was made in the image of God. God is faithful. He’ll complete the good work that he has begun in me. (Philippians 1:6)
I have peace. I walk in peace today. I give my anxieties to God and know that he’ll take them because he loves me. This gives me peace. (1 Peter 5:7)
I don’t worry about everyday life. God knows my needs and meets them because I make His Kingdom my priority. (Matthew 6:25-33)
I walk in peace today. God keeps me in perfect peace because I trust in Him and fix my thoughts on Him. (Isaiah 26:3)