If you find that your relationships are not as strong or enriching as you would like them to be, you may want to consider the healing and focusing power of Christian relationship affirmations. To put it another way, when we feel as though our relationships are not as mutually beneficial as they could or should be, it might be time to look within and make some adjustments.
For many of us, interacting with people on a daily basis can be challenging. Even when these interactions concern someone we love, it can be difficult to maintain everything that is necessary for meaningful relationships. Relationships require work, understanding, and a spirit of giving. These personal traits can be developed by focusing on affirmations.
Do you find it difficult to get along with people? Christian relationship affirmations can prove to be an effective way to change your psychology which will affect how you approach people and the potential of your ongoing relationships.
Why Relationships Matter
One potential cause behind the inability to get along with friends, family, and relative strangers is our tendency to give them what we need, rather than what they need. This psychology is generally something most people cannot realize unless deep introspective work is done.
Getting out of this self-centered mindset is easier than you think. Christian relationship affirmations can help guide you away from an ego-centric personality while putting needs of others into the forefront. Here are the top ten Christian relationship affirmations to get you started:
- I love all people. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7
- I am aware of my relationship with others. Galatians 5:19-21
- In marriage two become one. I love us. Genesis 2:24
- I give myself to God and cooperate. Romans 12:1-2:
- I was created to interact with others. Genesis 2:18
- By learning how to interact with others I advance in life. 1 Timothy 3:4-7
- I interact with others with a pure heart. Leviticus 18:22
- I thankfully and gratefully interact with all people. Proverbs 4:23
- God wants me to interact with others. John 1:1-51
- Trusting in God clears my mind and helps to enjoy my relationships. 2 Samuel 22:31
The Next Level
A key relationship that will affect all your relationships is with God. If your relationship is regularly nourished with deep quality time you will change and so will all your relationships. Spend at least 20 to 30 minutes each day loving God through quiet time, prayer, or study.
The technique you choose isn't as important as your sincerity and intensity. If you have a difficulty quieting the mind to love God this way, don't worry, we're here to help. Here our guided meditation with music, and here's our guided meditation without music. Pick the one that suits you the best. Once you feel that you can control your mind you can then start your own meditation practice with the program.
Now we'd like to hear about your favorite relationship affirmations. Post them below and share with others. We love you and we're praying for you.