Speak over yourself

We were created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27), so, when people see us, we should reflect who Christ is. When they see us being active, fruitful and progressive in our career, marriage, businesses, health, finances and all the works of our hands, they should see the active work of God in us.

If you are struggling in areas of your life and don’t understand what is going on, that is an invitation to search the scripture about what you are going through.

There is no problem on earth the word of God cannot give you answers to. Every single situation ever created or that exists now or will ever exist, has a solution to it, which can be found in the bible.

Speaking over your life using the Word of God is one of the greatest and most powerful weapons we can use to defeat the enemy and our fears and worries. When things are not working for you, find the scripture of what you’re going through and turn it into a prayer.

Your prayer should be a declaration of what God has already said about you and now you are taking the necessary action to ensure it becomes your reality by speaking it forth.

The Bible says life and death are in the power of our tongue (proverbs 18:21), so every single word that comes out of our month has power. This is why it is important to say exactly what God says about you and sing God’s promises over yourself as He sings it over you (Zephaniah 3:17).

Stand firm and speak out in the liberty of what you know is true about your life, future, career, ministry, marriage, and every area of your life. The word of God holds the real truth about your life. Read it to gain freedom, solutions and life.

Example of speaking over your life using the Word of God (you can make this as personal as you like)

  • Psalm 41:3: The Lord sustains him on his sickbed; in his illness you restore him to full health.

Speak it over you: “The Lord sustains me in my sickbed; in my illness, you restore me Lord to full health”.

  • 1 Peter 2:24: He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By His wounds, you have been healed.

Speak it over you: ” God himself bore my sins in his body on the tree, that I might die to sin and live to righteousness. By His wounds, I have been healed”

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