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Affirmations are more than just feel good quotes, positive statements or sugary beans. Truthful, positive words will improve your focus and your overall health. Which of the following affirmations resonate with you.

Affirmations 1-10

1. I keep in constant contact with Jesus. I know that I need the Holy Spirit’s insight to see the road ahead.

2. I am clear about my mission. I spend my time working on and accomplishing what is fruitful and most inspiring.

3. I am a turnaround specialist. No task is too hard for me when I am working under God’s wisdom and authority.

4. I shape my destiny. What I believe and do, I become.

5. I am now bolder than I was yesterday. I take Spirit-inspired risks.

6. I do the difficult things. I accomplish challenging tasks with strength and resolve, knowing that these enter my life to help me live more like Jesus.

7. I commit passion to my cause. I know that passion is the power that creates new life, and new accomplishments for myself and others.

8. I see others as God’s gift to me. Work with people is my greatest joy, and my greatest accomplishment.

9. I release and forgive others. I release others so that I myself can fly.

10. I quit whining and start walking. I lean in to God’s power in every hard situation.

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11. I urge myself and others on. I am unwilling to settle for less than the highest to which I am called.

12. I pray for others, carrying them in my heart. Praying leads me to seek others’ welfare and their good.

13. I am open to others and their ideas. I know that others may have parts of the puzzle that are missing for me.

14. I am a transparent leader. I know my strength is in my vulnerability and honesty with others.

15. I believe in others. I always seek and believe in their good.

16. I serve others, knowing that service is a circle. When I serve others, I, too, will be served.

17. I have a plan. I spend quality time daily developing and implementing my plan. Nor do I allow busyness to delude me.

18. I call for the question. I am willing to make decisions and to take action.

19. I know that fears may always be with me. I feel the fear and do it anyway.

20. I boil things down. I look for the true meaning and do not waste time or energy carrying around unnecessary doubts.


21. I am aware that God loves surprises. I will find peace in the unexpected.

22. I have a sense of destiny. My life will bring glory to God.

23. I don’t despise the little things, knowing little seeds contain the potential for a great harvest.

24. I am not lazy about showing, through my actions, my love for God and others.

25. I say “Why not me?” I am willing to accept God’s greater challenges and blessings as they come.

26. I rise above it all. I look at things that way God looks at things – from 30,000 feet.

27. I know nobody wins until we all do. I am eagerly assisting others toward the greatest good.

28. I am a blessing.

Please leave an affirming comment below. Thank you.

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Bob Jones

Happily married to Jocelyn for 44 years. We have two adult sons, Cory and his wife Lynsey and their son Vincent and daughter Jayda; Jean Marc and his wife Angie and their three daughters, Quinn, Lena and Annora. I love inspiring people through communicating, blogging, and coaching. I enjoy writing, running, and reading. I'm a fan of the Double E, Bruins, Celtics, Red Sox and Pats. Follow me on Twitter @bobjones49ers

One Comment

  • Carole Holmes Schlachta says:

    What a wonderful encouragement.
    These are words of gold!
    Particularly no. 10.
    This is a keeper.
    Thank you so much, Pastor Bob
    God is good. I thank Him for bringing forth exactly what I need. Not only for today in particular but every day.
    God bless you and I shall pass this on to many.
    You have reminded me of this”remember in the darkness what God gave you in the light ” Rev. Johnson.

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