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Biblical Affirmations | Vol. 1




 

"Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers." - Ephesians 4:29

 

Daily affirmations are helpful for various reasons. They promote a positive mindset, empower individuals by focusing on strengths and goals, reduce stress, and serve as a tool for changing negative thought patterns. Affirmations contribute to increased self-awareness, encourage goal setting, and help maintain focus on priorities. While effectiveness varies among individuals, the practice of repeating positive statements can lead to improved mental well-being and personal growth.


*You can choose to affirm all of these daily, or select one for each day of the week. Feel free to add your own affirmations with bible references.*

 

DAILY AFFIRMATIONS


I am grateful to see another day. I will set aside this moment to

thank God for providing me with everything that I need to

accomplish His will for me today. (Jeremiah 17:7-8)


I receive the blessing of a clear and alert mind that is focused on

the Goodness of God. (1 Peter 5:8)


I choose to abide in the secret place of the Lord and declare

protection from all the destructive plots of the enemy. (Psalm 91)


When depression tries to engulf me, I will put on my garment of

praise. (Isaiah 61:3)


My mind is stayed on God and He will keep me in his perfect

peace. (Isaiah 26:3)


I thank God for the gift of my child(ren), who are being lent to me

as a reward. (Psalm 127:3)


I will not be a compromising Christian; I will continue to renew my

mind so that I will discern God’s acceptable and perfect will.

(Romans 12:2)

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