During these chilly winter months, I like to get into my snuggy and meditate on what plans God has for my life.
To me a New Year resolution is confirmation of goals I already set for myself, edifying, aligning and correcting any errors along the way.
Placing myself around awesome positive mentors has been a blessing to me but they can’t be with me every day. Taking it one step further, I’ve realized that I am my best life coach. I am my star player! So therefore I’ve been speaking positive confessions over my life. I strongly believe that what comes out of our mouths will mold our future. You know that old saying, “You can have what you say”… I wrote some positive confessions that I like to read to myself in the mirror and decided to share them:
Open your eyes!
You were fearfully and wonderfully made by God himself.
Your heart is filled with love and your strength comes from his Joy.
You have the gift of discernment, which is helpful as you go on your journey through life.
You freely give out pearls of wisdom and love to see people succeed.
You’re financial goals are met.
Your household is blessed.
God told you in Luke 10:19 that he gives you the authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and overcome all the power of the enemy: nothing will harm you.
You’re talented with many fresh ideas.
You’re successful in all of your endeavors.
Every goal that you set is accomplished in the timeframe you set it for.
You are slow to speak, quick to hear, and slow to anger.
You have favor with God and people.
You are a positive force in the community.
Your presence demands respect.
You are loyal and honest.
You are healthy and your fitness goals are met.
You love to work out.
You are in the will of God.
The Holy Spirit resides inside of you.
You are beautiful…
If you’ve never really took the time to speak positive confessions into your life, now is the time to do it!! I’m still adding confessions to this list as I go (:
Father, I thank you for giving me a spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of You. I thank you for opening the eyes of my understanding, that I might know the hope and plan of Your calling in my life, the riches of Your glory of Your inheritance in the saints, and the exceeding greatness of Your power to me who believes. [Eph 1:18-19]
Think about it…