7 Biblical Declarations To Speak Over Yourself And Your Loved Ones
The secret has been in the open for a while. The fact that, the key to living a richly satisfying life lies in the use of your tongue and the words you continually profess into your life.
So much so that now almost every religion on earth encourages their practitioners to speak empowering words into their lives daily. It could be saying something as simple as “I live in health”. Or “I attract prosperity and opportunities to myself”
What Makes Words So Powerful?
The beauty about making confessions is that, what you say does not have to be complicated. They only have to be positive words and they must be things that you truly desire to see come to pass in your life.
Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity. We can choose to use this force constructively with words of encouragement or destructively using words of despair.
Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate and to humble. - Yehuda Berg.
Words are powerful because they carry energy, sound, and frequency. These are some of the building “blocks” of matter. And “matter” on the other hand is the physical material in the Universe which takes up space and has mass.
Essentially, matter is the reality of your life that you create with the words that you speak consciously or unconsciously.
How To Recreate Your Life With Words
If you are facing unpleasant situations in life, it likely means that there is a negative “matter” occupying the space of your life. To replace this, you need to enlist the help of positive confessions by saying the exact thing you want to see take place in your life.
However, here is the caveat you must be aware of. A one-off confession might not necessary give you the results you desire for your life. It’s got to be a consistent lifestyle practice.
It has to be a habit you carry out like a clockwork. Such that not only do you say those words everyday but several times daily as a matter of fact.
“If the clouds are full of water, they pour rain on the earth” Eccl 11:3 (NIV)
Visualize your life as some sort of huge container. And the positive confessions you make everyday as droplets of water that are collecting inside the container.
With your consistency of daily speaking the right words into your life, soon enough your container will fill up and the content spill over. These contents are the beautiful results that you desire for your life.
Bingo! Like a skilled architect, you just created the life you desire with the instrument of your tongue and words.
Spread The Love
While you are intentionally building your life with your words, extend the same gesture to other people around you. Be it your children, spouse, friends or even strangers; give them the gift of positive words no matter the situation.
The truth is that we might not always be able to guarantee that people and situation will not push us over the edge such that we speak according to how we feel at a particular moment. But here is a scripture that will help you.
Don't say anything that would hurt [another person]. Instead, speak only what is good so that you can give help wherever it is needed. That way, what you say will help those who hear you. Eph 4:29 (ESV)
There, you have it made. Make your life absolutely breathtaking by intentionally speaking the words that depicts the results you desire in life. Also, extend this gift to everyone who crosses your path.
And here are seven good confessions you can make right away...
I let the peace of Christ rule in my heart. As a member of one body, I am called to peace and I am thankful (Colossians 3:15
God has not given me a spirit of fear. He gives me power, love, and self-discipline (2 Timothy 1:7 ESV
The LORD commands His blessing on my storehouses and in all that I set my hand to do, and He blesses me in the land that He is giving me (Deuteronomy 28:8).
I meditate on God’s word day and night. I am successful and prosperous (Psalm 1:2-3, Joshua 1:8).
God makes all grace abound toward me so that I always have all sufficiency and an abundance for every good work (2 Corinthians 9:8).
I am blessed from the fruit of my body. I am blessed with today’s equivalent of the produce of the ground, the increase of my herds, my cattle, and the offspring of my flock (Deuteronomy 28:4).
Jesus Christ is generous in grace. Though He was rich, yet for my sake he became poor, so that by His poverty He could make me rich (2 Corinthians 8:9).