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Positive confessions/Declarations

As I was praying today, the Holy Spirit whispered into my ears, and he said, "Speak positive confessions." And I began to remember that I am the light of the world- Light is meant to shine in darkness. To put it another way, you are meant to shine in your circumstances. 

The Bible, in the book of Proverbs, 18:21, tells us that the tongue has the power of life and death (God has equipped the tongue with the access to create). Our tongue has gotten us into a lot of sticky situations, but it can also get us out of them.

Positive affirmations should be spoken to yourself, your children, friends, and loved ones on a daily basis. 

Speaking God's Word aloud brings Jesus right into the midst of our problems (circumstances). Calling the "word Jesus" leads to success in all areas of life, keeps us fearless, untouchable, strengthens us, and gives us boldness. We put the power of life at work in ourselves by putting God's Word on our tongues. 

Allowing negative speech or confessions to obstruct your breakthrough is a mistake; speak the truth.  

Our lives will completely transform as we begin to make these powerful confessions.  

  • I shine brightly like stars in the sky as I cling to the Word of Life through confession and meditation, giving thanks in all circumstances. 
  • I resist the temptation to stay in a state of despair because I know that everything is working out for my best interests.   
  • My whole family is blessed in their actions; we are blessed when we come in and when we leave.  
  • I do not think more highly of myself than I ought to in the physical (See Revelation 12:3).  
  • I declare that I am a winner in every area of my existence.  
  • No pain can successfully attack my body because Jesus bore all of my suffering (See Isaiah 53:3-4).


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