Positive Bible Affirmations Quickly Resurrect Mind and Body

Written by: Jeff Ordonez


As Christians we need to be sure that our positive affirmations and are Biblical confessions in truth. Confession refers to verbal acknowledgment of God's word. Scripture tells us that we need to confess and loudly speak the promises of God so that we are able to receive those promises. When we confess we have to be sure to declare not only the Scripture that we desire, but also the Scripture that God desires for us (which yes can sometimes be two very different things). It is key to remember that we ultimately receive the things that we speak, so if we speak evil for long enough then it will come to pass. By practicing positive Bible affirmations you will keep your heart and mind focused on God.

The biggest thing to remember when we do use positive Bible affirmations is that we have to affirm what God wants us to, which can often include things that are hard for us to believe at the time. For example, we must not declare defeat because through God we are made more than conquerors, so through God we need to declare that we can get through anything that comes our way. There are many times when what man and God has to say on a topic disagree, and we must always be sure to affirm the word of God because that is the truth.

When we are faced with difficult circumstances we often find ourselves struggling with affirming the world’s view and the view of God, and those views are more than often contradicting. We need to be sure to always practice positive Bible affirmations in order to confess our faith and trust in God. Not only this, but by affirming what God promises us we are shaping our mind and our bodies to turn to God in hard situation. We will no longer feel helpless and alone, instead we will know that God is there for us in any and all situations and He has made promises that will help us to get through life’s struggles.

Positive Bible affirmations is truly one of the best ways to reshape your mind and body’s focus. The confessions we make in our mouths will eventually shape the way behave. This is a very common practice that is often true for even common phrases that we may say in very day life. If we say the same thing about ourselves for long enough then they become a part of how we act and behave. As we continue to practice the truth through positive Bible affirmation then our hearts will be shaped by the truth and we will begin to live out the truth of God in our daily lives.

I use positive Bible affirmations daily in order to shape my mind and my outlook on life. By affirming the promises that God has made for me in his word I slowly begin to live out those promises in my life. Positive Bible confessions are the way for me to pinpoint my areas of weakness and to focus on trying to strengthen my beliefs. This is also completely an individual practice. My positive Bible affirmations may be different from yours because we may be struggling in different areas so our areas of focus will differ. The best way to start practicing positive Bible confessions is to simply read the word of God and find the promises that we makes for us. And then by making a conscious effort to affirm those promises daily you will begin to see your body and mind’s focus shift to being more God centered.

Jeffrey Ordonez

Jeff Ordonez author is the founder, meditation program architect, and writer for Christ Audio. Jeff has expertly guided people for over a decade and has thousands of satisfied customers. Christ Audio is best known for scientifically-backed guided Christian meditations. Jeff is nationally recognized by World News,, the Huffington Post and is a published Amazon author.

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