Using the power of declaring God’s Word over my finances was the key strategy that helped me successfully eliminate six-figure credit card debt (without having to file bankrupt) over fifteen years ago.
The use of affirmations is based the biblical principle of calling things that are not as though they were…the spiritual principle through which everything physical becomes manifest. (See Romans 4:17.)
Through the power of positive affirmations rooted in biblical scriptures, we can cultivate a mindset of abundance and unlock true financial prosperity. In this blog, we will open our minds by harnessing biblical wisdom and exploring 20 affirmations for financial success.
Why are affirmations so powerful?
Because there is power in the words that come out of our mouths. By using affirmations, we are speaking things into existence. When we hear ourselves say something long enough, our brains begin to believe it.
Affirmations can be used to help you develop self-confidence, manifest happiness, improve health, and ensure personal, financial, and career success.
Affirmations are a great first step toward taking responsibility for what we attract into our lives.
It’s empowering to believe, at your core, that you can effect changes in your mind, spirit, body, health, and your financial situation rather than being the victim of circumstances or the economy.
The thing that makes affirmations so powerful is that these thoughts become intentions, which become actions, and change your world.
These affirmations serve as powerful declarations that align our thoughts and beliefs with the life-changing divine principles rooted in God’s Word.
By incorporating these affirmations into our daily lives, we can rewrite our money stories and deepen our faith while enhancing our financial well-being.
20 affirmations for financial success based on biblical scriptures
- “I trust in the Lord with all my heart and lean not on my own understanding. In all my ways, I acknowledge Him, and He will make my paths straight.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)
- “I am blessed and highly favored by the Lord. He opens the windows of heaven and pours out His blessings upon me.” (Malachi 3:10)
- “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He leads me beside still waters and restores my soul.” (Psalm 23:1-3)
- “I am diligent in my work and give my best effort, knowing that the Lord rewards those who work hard and honor Him.” (Proverbs 12:24)
- “I am a good steward of my finances, managing them wisely and using them to bless others.” (Luke 16:10)
- “I sow generously, and I reap generously. The Lord blesses me abundantly, and I am able to bless others in return.” (2 Corinthians 9:6)
- “I have a spirit of wisdom and understanding in financial matters. I make wise decisions and seek godly counsel.” (Ephesians 1:17-18)
- “I am not anxious about my financial future, for the Lord provides for all my needs according to His riches in glory.” (Philippians 4:19)
- “I am content with what I have, knowing that godliness with contentment is great gain.” (1 Timothy 6:6)
- “I walk in integrity in all my financial dealings. The Lord blesses the righteous and guides their steps.” (Proverbs 10:9)
- “I am generous and give cheerfully, knowing that the Lord loves a cheerful giver and multiplies my blessings.” (2 Corinthians 9:7)
- “I am a lender and not a borrower. The Lord blesses the work of my hands and prospers me abundantly.” (Deuteronomy 28:12)
- “I seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things, including financial prosperity, are added unto me.” (Matthew 6:33)
- “I have the mind of Christ and make wise financial decisions that align with His principles.” (1 Corinthians 2:16)
- “I am not enslaved by debt, for the borrower is a slave to the lender. I am diligent in managing my finances and becoming debt-free.” (Proverbs 22:7)
- “I am a faithful steward of the resources God has entrusted to me. As I am faithful in little, He will entrust me with much.” (Luke 16:10)
- “I am blessed to be a blessing. The Lord’s favor rests upon me, and I am a channel of His blessings to others.” (Genesis 12:2)
- “I am prosperous in all areas of my life, including my finances. The Lord delights in the prosperity of His servants.” (Psalm 35:27)
- “I cast my financial worries upon the Lord, for He cares for me. I trust in His provision and guidance.” (1 Peter 5:7)
- “I am diligent to plan for the future and set financial goals, knowing that the Lord directs my steps and blesses my plans.” (Proverbs 16:3)
By integrating these affirmations into our daily lives, we can cultivate a mindset of gratitude, faith, and stewardship. Also, they encourage us to trust in God’s promises.
But let’s remember financial success is not merely about accumulating wealth for selfish gain. Instead, it is an opportunity to steward our resources wisely, contribute to people and causes we care about, and make a positive impact in the world. We are blessed to be a blessing.
Here’s to a future filled with financial success, abundance, and a deep sense of divine purpose in your finances!
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Hello, I’m Patti! I’m a Christian Life & Money Coach, Ramsey Solutions Master Financial Coach, Health Coach, writer, and former retirement planner. I’m also an award-winning co-author of She Writes for Him: Stories of Resilient Faith (Redemption Press), and prayer warrior, serving on the prayer team at my local church.
My mission is to provide inspiration, coaching, tools, and resources to help you claim all the goodness and abundance God has for you.