Affirmations for grace (37+)

Affirmations for grace

  • “Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus:” – Ro 5:1
  • “For the law was given by Moses but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.” – John 1:20
  • Children are resilient.
  • Children learn valuable life lessons when they are bored, sad, or working through a problem.
  • Even experts who write books and provide advice on parenting sometimes have difficult days.
  • Every day provides new opportunities and possibilities.
  • Everyone is deserving of the grace of God
  • God’s favor and grace bless me every day! I am grateful!
  • God’s grace abounds and I appreciate every minute of the day.
  • Happiness is a choice. I base my happiness on my own accomplishments and blessings.
  • I accept the mercy, grace and peace of Christ consciousness.
  • I allow and embrace the Grace of God.
  • I am a powerhouse, I am indestructable.
  • I am courageous. I am willing to act in spite of fear.
  • I am doing the best I can.
  • I am enough.
  • I am free from sin
  • I am free of debt
  • I am free.
  • I am free.
  • I am graceful in all of my actions, thoughts, and spoken words.
  • I am grateful for challenging moments because they help my family grow and learn.
  • I am grateful for my life of unlimited abundance.
  • I am known, loved, and seen by God.
  • I am not obligated to do the same thing other parents are doing.
  • I am responsible to work with my partner create a family environment that works for our family. It doesn’t have to look like other families we know or are related to.
  • I am thankful for the limitless, overflowing source of my abundance.
  • I am walking the path of authenticity with courage, joy and grace.
  • I am whole and complete.
  • I am worthy of healing.
  • I am worthy of my dreams.
  • I appreciate every moment of the day.
  • I believe that something wonderful is going to happen to me today.
  • I carry myself with poise, grace and dignity
  • I deserve respect.
  • I deserve the very best in my life.
  • I focus on what is truly essential.
  • I forgive those who have harmed me in my past and peacefully detach from them.
  • I have provided the basic needs for my children today. Food, shelter and safety. I can worry about “extras” another day.
  • I invite synchronicity to grace my life with ease, flow and good fortune.
  • I live my life with grace, elegance and perfect ease.
  • I manifest the things I want by belieing in their existence.
  • I move graciously towards all my goals.
  • I release anything that doesn’t serve me.
  • I see all of the beauty and grace which is around me with loving gratitude.
  • I treat myself with the same level of kindness, dignity, and respect with which I would want to treat a friend.
  • I trust my own instincts and abilities.
  • I trust myself to deal with each new development with wisdom and grace as it arises.
  • I wake up today with strength in my heart and clarity in my mind.
  • I walk safely in the way of beauty and grace.
  • I walk this world with grace.
  • It is a good and smart thing to reach out and ask for help when I need it.
  • It is appropriate to take time for myself. When I take time for myself, it helps me to be a better parent.
  • It is ok to stop doing an activity (or come home from a place) when we aren’t enjoying it or when it is not working.
  • My ability to conquer my challenges is limitless; my potential to succeed is infinite.
  • My children’s success and happiness in life is dependent on a lot of different factors. I can not control all of them.
  • My possibilities are endless.
  • My possibilities are endless.
  • Parenting is difficult. All parents feel doubts and worries at some point. I am not alone.
  • Parenting is more than 18 years of hard work. It is impossible not to make some mistakes along the way.
  • Some days are busier than other days and provide less opportunity for fun and connection. I remember this on less busy days and take advantage of that.
  • Success if defined by my willingness to keep going.
  • The more I learn and experience, the better I am getting at parenting.
  • The more I let go, the better I feel.
  • There are other people in my child’s life who can help shape and teach him/her. I don’t have to do it all myself.
  • There are other people who enjoy being with my children. By allowing others to help, I am giving a gift to them and to my children. It is not a sign of weakness to allow others to care for them.
  • Today is a fresh start.
  • What I think, I create.
  • When I feel frustrated or overwhelmed, this feeling is not permanent.
  • When I lose my patience or say something I regret, it gives me an opportunity to model what it means to apologize and ask for forgiveness.
  • When I lose my temper it is an opportunity for my children to see that I have limits, too.
  • When I make a mistake, even a large one, God forgives me, every time.
  • When I notice things aren’t going as well as I would like, I can make a course correction and change them.

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Research Resources

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