You can’t kick the enemy out of this world, but you can kick him out of your house.

The definition for the word declare is to make known, affirm, or to reveal. God spoke my life (and yours as well) into existence. We now have the authority to declare His promises over our own lives.  I struggle with this just as much as anybody. I tend to say negative things about my life, body image, and even my Christian walk. Most of the time my mind is filled with thoughts of how I am not good enough. But, I am because Jesus said so. The enemy cannot stop what Jesus is doing in our lives, His Kingdom will never be destroyed. So, today I am declaring to speak nothing but positive truths over my life. This morning I listened to a message by my aunt Kim and it has given me a new perspective of how I need to start confronting life daily. Kim is a beautiful, anointed woman of God. She loves Jesus more than anyone I know. I can’t think of one time that I have been around her and her not mention the name of Jesus. She is constantly declaring God’s Word over her and her husbands lives. And guess what? It works. Join me today in declaring God’s Word over our lives. When we focus on His truth, we will stop focusing on the lies that the devil has blinded us with. Let’s memorize His Word. Because, ‘His Word will not return to Him void.’ (Isaiah 55:11) You are a daughter of the King of Kings, so embrace it.

Examples of Declarations:

Beauty – I am made in the image of God. (Genesis 1:27)

Marriage – Nothing can seperate what God has joined together. (Matthew 19:6)

Sickness – You heal all my diseases. (Psalms 103:3)

Worry – I refuse to be anxious, I thank you God for allowing me to go through this situation, You will guard my heart and mind and give me peace. (Philippians 4:6-7)

Infertility – I will be a joyous mother of children! (Psalm 113:9)

Suffering –  After I have suffered a little while, God will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish me. (1 Peter 5:10)

Salvation – I was chosen by God before the world began. (Ephesians 1:4)

Safety – I will fear no evil because You are with me and You will protect me. (Psalm  23:4)

Gossip – I look out not only for my own interests but also for the interests of others. (Philippians 2:4)

Exhausted – I hold fast to the word of life. In the day of Christ’s return, I will have reason to glory because I did not run or labor in vain. (Philippians 2:16)

Financial – You will supply all of my needs. (Philippians 4:19)

xoxo, Brooke

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