Affirmations for Christians

Affirmations for Christians

  • I proudly say I AM, knowing clearly my strengths and God-given talents. I repeat my strengths to myself often, knowing my words are my wardrobe.
  • I have learned in my own wilderness what my strengths are. I use “desert times” to get clearer on my calling and my true goals.
  • I am clear about my mission. I spend my time working on and accomplishing what is deepest and truest and most inspiring.
  • I shape my own destiny. What I believe, I become. What I believe, I can do.
  • What I say and ask for is accomplished in amazing ways and with amazing speed.
  • I keep in constant contact with my Higher Power, knowing that I need added insight to see the road up ahead.
  • I do the difficult things. I accomplish difficult and challenging tasks with strength and resolve, knowing that these jumps are placed in the arena for training and strengthening.
  • I do not need or seek others’ approval. I am internally connected to my Higher Power and listen to the still, small voice that alone knows my best path
  • I commit my passion to my cause, knowing that passion is the power that creates new life, new joys, and new accomplishments for myself and others.
  • I see things differently and am always willing to look at situations in new and enlivening ways.
  • I behold others, taking time to be centered and to embrace them in each holy moment.
  • I am aware that only God knows the total plan and that I am a part of it. What the High Power asks me to do, I do willingly.
  • I urge myself and others on, unwilling to settle for less than the highest to which I am called.
  • I sleep well at night, knowing that each of us is called to and capable of making our own choices.
  • It is okay for me to hold others accountable for their own actions and the consequences of those actions, whatever they may be.
  • I empower others through my example. I agree that masculine and feminine energy have equal rights and responsibilities.
  • I quit whining and start walking, taking God’s power in every situation.
  • I spend lots of time with my staff, knowing that life, love, and laughter are learned by osmosis.
  • I always convey to others my highest thoughts or feelings about any situation.
  • I acknowledge others in public and in private. I see praise as being the number-one priority on everybody’s paycheck.
  • I release and forgive others, knowing that what is loosed on earth will be loosed in heaven. I aim to soar. I release others so that I myself can fly.
  • I judge no one, knowing that judging others causes major energy leaks in my life. Judging others is not in my job description. When I judge others, I am automatically out of bounds and out of tune…especially with myself.
  • I pray for others, carrying them like inscriptions day and night upon my heart. I seek their welfare and their good. I light candles for them daily in the quiet of my mind.
  • I see my work with people as being my greatest joy, my greatest gift, and my greatest accomplishment.
  • I see others as God’s gift to me.
  • I am open to others and their ideas. I know that others my have parts of the puzzle that are missing for me. I acknowledge their contributions openly and freely. I give them the credit that is their due.
  • I am a transparent leader. I know my strength is in my openness and honesty with others.
  • I believe in others. I always seek and believe in their good. I defend others, for when a sparrow falls. I, too, fall. We are all of one relation.
  • I serve others, knowing that service is a circle: when I serve others, I, too, shall be served.
  • I treat everyone as my equal. We are all kings and queens of empires. I respect the royalty in others, knowing that no matter what appearances may be, we are each royalty.
  • I am constantly in a state of celebration. I see life as an opportunity to celebrate. I keep joy handy for any occasion, I share my cup with others.
  • I see everything as being alive.
  • I have a plan. I spend quality time daily developing and implementing my plan. I do not let others distract me or allow busyness to delude me.
  • I reach out and touch the fragile things. I am aware of the fragile things in others. I find ways to nourish and nurture and make time for the delicate things in life. I look for the flowers along the freeway. I take the slow road sometimes.
  • I call the question. I am eager and willing to make decisions and to take action. I believe and know that the truth will set me – and others – free.
  • I know that fears may always be with me. I feel the fear and do it anyway. I plant my seed even when there are clouds in the sky.
  • I review and update my resources daily. I know that I have command of all that I see. I know that if I need something, I can ask and it will be given to me. I let the physics of unwavering faith do marvelous work for me.
  • I take as many people to the top with me as possible.
  • I look for ways to advance and enhance the life of everyone I know.
  • I clearly define the rewards involved in any task…for myself and others. I keep sight of those rewards in difficult and challenging times.
  • I branch out. I make tent pegs firm and stretch out my banners freely. I widen the space of my tent. I know that I have beautiful territories ahead of me.
  • I am ten times bolder than I was yesterday. I do the bold things and take action. It is my destiny.
  • I manage my life from the inside out. I keep the grass closest to me green. I take time to inform and educate and nurture those closest to me.
  • I am aware that God loves to play surprise. I offer myself as a resource and trust that the strength will come.
  • I am willing to break ranks if my army is not marching. My calling is to be a leader, not a follower.
  • My word goes out and accomplishes that which I send it to do.
  • I have a sense of destiny. I am destined to succeed.
  • I do not despite the little things, knowing little seeds contain the potential for beauty and greatness.
  • I say “Why not me?” I am willing to accept God’s greater challenges and blessings as they come.
  • I come to be a blessing. My goal is to bless others in multiple ways.
  • I am a child of God. John 1:12
  • I am God’s masterpiece. Ephesians 2:10
  • I do not fear because God strengthens me. Isaiah 41:10
  • I am full with the joy of the Lord. Isaiah 42:10
  • Through prayer, the peace of God guards my heart & mind. Philippians 4:7
  • I have everything I need for life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3)
  • I am deeply loved (1 John 3:1)
  • I have Holy Spirit power (Titus 3:6)
  • I can do all things through him who gives me strength (Philippians 4:13)
  • Jesus is, was and always will be the Lord of all (Hebrews 13:8; Philippians 2:9–11)
  • He’s got the whole world in his hands (Isaiah 40:12)
  • There is no more condemnation(Romans 8:1)
  • I am forgiven(Colossians 3:13)
  • God is always with me(Hebrews 13:5)
  • I can always pray(1 Thessalonians 5:17)
  • My prayers unleash supernatural power(Psalm 17:6; Ephesians 6:12)
  • God is for me. Who can be against me?(Romans 8:31)
  • I am God’s child(1 John 3:1)
  • I am free and no longer a slave(Romans 6:6–7)
  • I have the same spirit that raised Jesus from the dead(Romans 8:11)
  • I have been adopted into God’s family(Ephesians 1:5)
  • God is not keeping score!(2 Corinthians 5:19)
  • I can love my neighbor just as I love myself(Mark 12:31)
  • I am created in the image of God(Genesis 1:27)
  • I can act justly, show mercy AND walk humbly with God(Micah 6:8)
  • The path of the righteous is like the morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day.(Proverbs 4:18)
  • “God’s truth – his Word – stands forever.” Isaiah 40:8
  • “God gives me power when I am worn out and strength when I am weak.” Isaiah 40:29
  • “God’s principles are perfect. They are entirely worthy of my trust.” Psalm 119:138
  • “With God in my life, all things are possible.” Matthew 19:26
  • “Jesus keeps pruning me so that I will be even more productive for God.” John 15:2
  • “The water Jesus gives takes away my thirst altogether.” John 4:14
  • “I am fearfully and wonderfully made by God.” Psalm 139:14
  • “I follow God’s principles because I love him.” John 14:15
  • “I can never be separated from the love of God.” Romans 8:35-39
  • “God’s love is made complete in me when I obey his principles.” 1 John 2:5
  • “As I draw near to God, he draws near to me.” James 4:8
  • “God’s discipline is always good for me because it means I share in His holiness.” Hebrews 12:10
  • “I display a new nature because I am a new person, created in God’s likeness – holy and true.” Ephesians 4:24
  • “The secret is that Christ lives in me and I have assurance of sharing his glory.” Colossians 1:27
  • “Nothing can separate me from God’s love that is in Christ Jesus.” Romans 8:39
  • “God satisfies me when I am thirsty and fills me with good things when I am hungry.” Psalm107:9
  • “I keep God’s words in my heart. They are health to my whole body.” Proverbs 4:20-22
  • “It is God’s Spirit that gives me eternal life. My human effort accomplishes nothing.” John 6:63
  • “God is for me so no one can ever be against me.” Romans 8:31
  • “In God I live and move and exist.” Acts 17:28
  • “I defeat this evil world by trusting Christ to give me victory.” 1 John 5:4
  • “By God’s grace and through faith in Jesus, I have a full and eternal life.” Ephesians 2:8
  • “Through prayer, the peace of God guards my heart & mind.” Philippians 4:7
  • “By God’s grace and through faith in Jesus, I have a full and eternal life.” Ephesians 2:8
  • “I find strength in the Lord my God.” 1 Samuel 30:6
  • “God strengthens me because my heart is fully committed to him.” 2 Chronicles 16:9
  • “I have rest in my soul because I go to Jesus when I am weary.” Matthew 11:28-29
  • “Because I have been born again, I will see the Kingdom of God.” John 3:3
  • “I do not fear because God strengthens me.” Isaiah 41:10
  • “I am full with the joy of the Lord.” Isaiah 42:10

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