Say this with me:
I declare it is not too late to accomplish everything God has placed in my heart. I have not missed my opportunity, God has moments of favor in my future. He is preparing me right now because he is about to release a special grace to help me accomplish that dream. This is my time. This is my moment. I receive it today! This is my declaration.
It was you who supported me from the day I was born, loving me, helping me through my life journey. You’ve made me into a miracle, no wonder I trust you and praise you forever! Many marvel at my success, but I know it’s all because of you, my mighty protector! I am overflowing with your praise for all you’ve done, and your splendor thrills me all day long! Now that I am old, don’t set me aside. Don’t let me go when my strength is spent.
Psalm 71: 6-9 TPT
I declare I have the Grace I need for today. I am full of power,strength, and determination. Nothing I face will be too much for me. I will overcome every obstacle, outlast every challenge, and come through every difficulty better off than I was before. This is my declaration.
I️ can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13
I have decided to go on a journey of faith in order to get to a deeper place with Jesus. With my busy schedule as a homeschooling /working mom, I need something quick and powerful to boost my faith everyday.
So, for the next 14 days, I will declare biblical faith statements over each day, and anticipate amazing changes in how I think, believe, walk and live as a believer in Jesus.
I hope you will join me! Let’s start right now.
I Declare: Day 1
I declare God’s incredible blessings over my life. I will see an explosion of God’s goodness, a sudden widespread increase. The surpassing goodness of God’s favor. It will elevate me to a level higher than I ever dreamed of. Explosive blessings are coming my way. This is my declaration.
“But blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, who’s confidence is in Him. He will be like a tree planted by the river that sends out it’s roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; it’s leaves are always green. It has no worries in a drought year, and never fails to bear fruit.” Jeremiah 17:7-9