What do you tell yourself when you wake up in the morning? I too am guilty of constantly pulling myself down and not telling myself that I am winning. That lack of respect for myself once left me with BDD. Trust me it was really bad but it’s not something I want to openly talk about.
I now declare life into everything I do and put my mind. The part of scripture I always refer to is the valley of the dry bones. I was that valley of dry bones and my affirmations and declarations help me to breathe life into the works of my hands and my thoughts. God did not create someone that drowns in self pity. He is a King and that automatically makes me a princess, it makes me royalty. I have an inheritance waiting for me. Riches on riches my loves.
If you don’t know what an affirmation is, it’s primarily the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment—fostering a belief that “a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will achieve success in anything.”
Here are some affirmations God wants you to know.
Remember, you are what you speak into your life.
Affirmations work hand in hand with declarations too. What you declare has a 101% of manifesting. Always declare goodness and blessings upon your life and the lives of the ones you love. That is what prepares you for a good day, a good week, a good month and a good year. Stop allowing the devil to speak negativity into your life. Being able to look yourself in the mirror and remind yourself of the amazing person you are can be life giving in so many ways. As someone who believes in God, I also believe Christian affirmations and memorizing scripture, especially when it comes to our character, is important. Being able to remind yourself of who you are in the eye’s of God on hard days can make an awful day seem not so terrible.
Do your best to just keep reminding yourself and the people in your life how valuable and loved you are.