The Power of Personal Declarations

January 6, 2017

When you wake up and begin a new day, where do your thoughts take you?

Are they positive? Or do they tend to be more negative?

If you find yourself with more negative thoughts, embrace this spiritual truth: our lives move in the direction of our strongest thoughts.

If we’re going to do everything God has called us to do in our families, churches, and communities, we must replace negative thoughts with God’s truth.

Ask yourself two questions:

  1. What negative thoughts are influencing or hindering your life?
  2. What spiritual truths can set you free from those strongholds?

Don’t rush past these questions. Spend some time here in honest reflection.

Next, let’s craft some statements that God can use to renew our minds as we meditate on who we are in Him. Our pastor, Craig Groeschel, has made this a daily discipline. Below are his daily declarations as well as a few others to inspire you as you craft your own.

Example Words to Live By

Below, you’ll find Pastor Craig’s personal declarations and many more ideas for Bible verses and truths you can use to renew your mind and fight back against negative thinking.

Pastor Craig’s Daily Declarations

Because of Jesus …

For Women

For Men

 

If you think this content would be helpful to your whole church, Craig’s sermon “Words to Live By” is available to download for free on the Life.Church Open Network.

 

 

 


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