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10 Daily Affirmations for Every Christian Woman

Have you discovered the power of Christian affirmations?

I have a friend who is going through a very difficult time in her marriage.

I spoke with her this week about the rejection she has experienced by her husband. He simply doesn’t want her anymore and the pain of it is tearing my friend apart. As I interacted with her, I realized she is dangerously close to allowing her circumstances to dictate her worth.

10 Daily Affirmations for Every Christian Woman

 We use biblical affirmations to guard our hearts. Use these daily affirmations for every Christian woman to strengthen your faith. Grab the printable affirmation cards.

Why we need Daily Christian Affirmations

Instead of recognizing her husband’s abandonment as his sin, my friend is internalizing his actions and questioning her own value and intrinsic worth. Instead of holding onto truth via biblical, Christian affirmations, she is being torn down by the actions of others.

Perhaps I could see it so clearly in my friend because I’ve done it myself in other life situations. Have you ever done the same thing? Question your worth based on the opinion of someone else? It’s easy to do, isn’t it?

 

Christian Affirmation Cards

Others use affirmations and affirmation cards to think positive and attract “good luck.” But we as Christians need practical tools, such as biblical affirmations, for guarding our hearts.

As women, we tend to let circumstances, the opinions of others (even complete strangers!), or the behaviors/responses of others tell us who we are.  We say things and believe things about ourselves that we wouldn’t speak aloud to another human being. We lather up in self-doubt, condemnation, and accusations.

Learn how these daily affirmations for Christian women can help your spiritual growth, and grab the printable affirmation cards!

 

Friends, I do it too. Yet the Lord graciously reminded me of Christ’s example this morning as I read His word. Jesus’s confidence in who He was equipped Him to serve in His darkest hour.

You see, self-confidence isn’t about “self” at all. It’s about serving others and fulfilling our God-given purpose, and while we need to walk soberly, in humility and awareness of our dependence on Christ, we also need to know who we are in Him. We need to be clothed in truth and decked out with God-confidence because without it, we’ll never be able to serve others.

 

John 13:3-4  says, “Jesus knew…

1) that the Father had given Him authority over everything and
2) that he had come from God and would return to God.

So He got up from the table, took off His robe, wrapped a towel around His waist, and poured water into a basin. Then He began to wash the disciples feet…”

Did you catch that? Jesus knew a few key truths and this rightful understanding of Himself and what was His, is what enabled Him to love and serve others when He should have been running for the hills to hole up somewhere safe.

The same is true for us. Thinking rightfully about ourselves is incredibly important to our health, purpose and stability.

Using daily affirmations for women is actually a very strategic way to maintain your ability to serve.

One thing Praying the Promises has done for me is increase my God-confidence. Since I’m affirming the very words of God, I know they are true. They aren’t self-generated statements that I only hope come true; rather, they are statements about me spoken by the God who used words to speak the universe into existence. I figure I can place my full weight on words of that sort!

If you find yourself needing to affirm God’s truth over your life today but don’t know where to start, below are ten daily Christian affirmations from God’s word. These spiritual affirmations will revolutionize your self-confidence!

 

10 Daily Scripture Affirmations for Christians:

 

  1. I am precious to God and He will take care of me. Matthew 6:25-44Free Printable! 10 Daily Scripture Affirmation Cards
  2.  God has filled my life with good things. I can trust Him to satisfy me. Psalm 103:1-5
  3. I am not destined for stumbling or destruction. I have a noble purpose and a hope. I Peter 2:8-9
  4. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13
  5. I am equipped for every good deed and lavished with every grace. II Corinthians 9:8
  6. The Lord is my Shepherd. I lack no good thing. Psalm 23:1Free Printable! 10 Daily Scripture Affirmation Cards
  7. The Lord is my rock and refuge. He will be a safe place for me today. Psalm 18:1
  8. The Lord is my light. As dark as this world may seem, I do not have to walk in darkness. Psalm 27:1
  9. The Lord is right here with me, an ever present help in time of need. Psalm 46:1
  10. The Lord is coming. He will save me so I need not be anxious or afraid. Isaiah 35:4Free Printable! 10 Daily Scripture Affirmation Cards

 

These daily affirmation cards will help strengthen your faith as you seek to focus on your identity in Christ. Use these biblical affirmations to guard your heart and mind in Jesus!

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Friend, I encourage you to begin speaking truth over your life and see what a difference it makes.  Start small and don’t worry if you miss a day or two. Just pick back up when you remember again! My prayer is that your heart will be strengthened with the Bible affirmations of God via His promises this week.

 

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. This spoke to my heart. I went through something very similarly in the workplace. When your in it, it’s difficult to see the best of yourself, and even after its hard to let the hurt go. It wasn’t until I started reading my Bible and praying that I found peace and recognized that I was worthy as a child of God. I grieved, confess my sin, and now I use that experiences to uplift others going through similar situations. Thanks for sharing this, your friend will be in my prayers

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