I declare that I am a special child of God.
I declare that I am safe from the bad things that the enemy tries to do to me.
I declare that Jesus has forgiven me and I don’t have to worry about being punished.
I declare that I am saved by God’s love and kindness through my belief in Jesus.
I declare that I am right with God and don’t have to worry about being punished.
I declare that I am made holy and pure by God’s power.
I declare that I am a new person because of Jesus.
I declare that I am a part of God’s family and share in His goodness.
I declare that I am free from the punishment that the Law of God said I deserved.
I declare that I am no longer controlled by the powers of darkness.
I declare that the Holy Spirit guides me and helps me to do what is right.
I declare that God keeps me safe wherever I go.
I declare that God’s special favor is with me in everything I do and wherever I go.
I declare that Jesus takes care of all my needs.
I declare that I give all my worries to Jesus.
I declare that I am strong because of the Lord and His great power.
I declare that I can do anything because Jesus gives me strength.
I declare that I am an important part of God’s family and share in all the blessings that Jesus has won for us.
I declare that I have the same blessings that Abraham had.
I declare that I am following God’s commands and living according to His ways.
I declare that I am blessed when I come in and when I go out.
I declare that I will live with God forever.
I declare that I have all the special blessings that come from God.
I declare that I am healed by the wounds that Jesus suffered on the cross.
I declare that I have authority over the enemy and can tell him what to do.
I declare that I am higher than the enemy and he can’t bring me down.
I declare that I am even more victorious than the enemy.
I declare that I am making God’s Word come true in my life.
I declare that I am an overcomer because of the blood of Jesus and the way I tell others about Him.
I declare that I overcome the enemy every day.
I declare that I am not afraid of what I see or what might happen.
I declare that I trust in God and not just in what I can see.
I declare that I throw away any wrong thoughts.
I declare that I capture every thought and make it obedient to Christ.
I declare that my mind is being made new and I am becoming more like Jesus.
I declare that I work with God to do good things.
I declare that I am made right with God because of Jesus.
I declare that I am like a light in the world, showing others the way to Jesus.
I declare that I always thank and praise the Lord with my words.
I declare that I am in charge and not under anyone else’s control.
I declare that I have the same thoughts as Jesus.
I declare that I am a blessing to my brothers and sisters in Jesus.
I declare that I am free from every kind of bondage because the Holy Spirit lives in me and gives me power to be free.
A Prayer to Understand the Importance of Jesus
Thank you for sending your son, Jesus, to be our savior. We understand that Jesus lived a perfect and sinless life, and willingly suffered and died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins.
Through his resurrection, Jesus conquered death and offers us the gift of eternal life. He is the way, the truth, and the life, and no one can come to you, God, except through him.
Help us to understand more about who Jesus is and his role as the salvation of mankind. May we follow him and trust in him as our Lord and savior.
We pray all of this in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Embracing Our Identity in Jesus Christ: A Declaration for 2023
As believers in Jesus Christ, we are called to live out our faith and follow in His footsteps. One way to do this is by actively seeking to understand and embrace our identity in Him. But what does it mean to define ourselves in Jesus Christ, and why is it important?
To start, it’s important to understand that our identity in Jesus Christ is not something we can earn or achieve on our own. It is a gift from God, given to us through His grace and love. Ephesians 2:8-9 tells us, “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast.” In other words, our salvation and the promise of eternal life with God is not something we can earn through our own efforts or merit. It is a gift that is given to us freely through faith in Jesus Christ.
So, if our identity in Jesus Christ is not something we can earn, what does it mean to define ourselves in Him? Essentially, it means that we choose to make Jesus the center of our lives and allow Him to shape our thoughts, actions, and sense of self. This means aligning our thoughts and actions with His teachings and principles, and allowing Him to guide us as we navigate this world. It also means accepting His love and grace, and choosing to follow Him even when it’s difficult or requires sacrifice.
Defining ourselves in Jesus Christ also means embracing the identity that He has given us as His children. Romans 8:16-17 says, “The Spirit himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children. Now if we are children, then we are heirs—heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, if indeed we share in his sufferings in order that we may also share in his glory.” As believers, we are not only saved by grace, but we are also given the opportunity to inherit all that God has for us and to share in His glory. This is a powerful and transformative identity that can shape the way we see ourselves and the world around us.
Embracing our identity in Jesus Christ can have a profound impact on our lives. It can give us hope, purpose, and a sense of belonging that can’t be found anywhere else. It can also give us the courage and strength to face challenges and overcome adversity, knowing that we are not alone and that God is with us every step of the way.
So, as we look towards the future and the new year of 2023, let us make a declaration to define ourselves in Jesus Christ. Let us choose to make Him the center of our lives and allow Him to shape our thoughts, actions, and sense of self. Let us embrace the identity He has given us as His children and co-heirs, and let us live out our faith with confidence and purpose. May this declaration be a powerful reminder of who we are in Him and the hope that He brings to our lives.