Biblical Affirmations for Success

Did you know that the bible has words that can help you with your success? These words can be use as your very own affirmation for success.

Did you realize that monetary gain is simply one part of success and prosperity? We discover in the scriptures that success and prosperity have many more characteristics and much deeper foundations. Growing and becoming completely mature in all areas of life – relationships, self-discipline, kindness, stewardship, etc. – is part of a more comprehensive concept of success and wealth.

Unfortunately, a few prosperity gospel preachers have tarnished the phrases “success” and “prosperity” in many people’s minds. Overreacting to these harmful teachings, many Christian clergies have swung the pendulum in the opposite direction, emphasizing the hazards of riches and the necessity to be poor…you know, like Jesus.

First and foremost, Jesus was not impoverished. When the bible says that Jesus became poor for our sake, it refers to him coming down from heaven to live on earth. That doesn’t mean he went bankrupt. He was given a stockpile of gold, frankincense, and myrrh as a baby. He was equipped with all he required. He had women who supported him as he grew older. He could extract money from a fish’s mouth for crying out loud! The idea is that he was unconcerned about money. Isn’t that what most people want — to get to a point where they don’t have to worry about money?

I think that God desires success and prosperity for each of his children, just as any parent desires the best for their child. That is why I have compiled a list of Christian affirmations for success and prosperity to assist you in developing what I believe is a really healthy, wholesome, and spiritual outlook on the subject.

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How Do Bible Affirmations For Success Work?

You must say them with emotion.

Remember, these affirmations are only effective if you say them SLOWLY and with genuine, intense, deep-down-I-mean-it—FEELING.

Make sure you go somewhere private where you can be alone and chat freely.

Don’t forget that the sensation is truly the key when it comes to affirmations.

How Do I Know The Affirmations Are Working?

When you have that Deep Knowing Feeling, you know the affirmations are working.

It will be obvious to you. It’s a pleasant feeling. You will grin because you will realize that God has heard you deep within your heart.

You’ll know He’s listening to your affirmation or prayer when this happens.

Biblical Affirmations for Success

Here are some biblical affirmations that can help you achieve the success and prosperity that you always wanted.

I am affluent and successful.

Let us begin with the assumption that we have already been blessed with success and fortune. It’s part of who we are by design. I once read that the fact that you are here means you competed with millions of other sperm cells to be the one who successfully fertilized your mother’s egg…and won. You defeated them all! You were successfully conceived and birthed! Furthermore, the more conscious you are of your success and riches, the more your subconscious mind will search for and provide you with ideas to make it a reality in your life.

I let go of the world’s definition of success and embrace God’s plan for prosperity.

To achieve the kind of prosperity God has planned for us, we must leave aside what the world (that which opposes God) has deemed most valuable. We do better when we allow scripture to inform and develop our views about success. Understanding scripture is a lifelong activity, so we should continue to examine what it means to us and be open to new beliefs as we become aware of them.

I achieve success by listening to and carrying out God’s will to my best ability.

Most of the time, success is judged in terms of progress rather than results. No one is flawless. Therefore, we don’t have to feel like failures because we’ve made mistakes. Just because you’ve failed doesn’t make you a failure. Staying faithful to God’s promises with all your heart, even if your heart wanders from time to time, is a success. Abram trusted God, and that was counted as righteousness for him. It’s not a work-oriented mindset.

I receive the Lord’s blessing to grant my desires and make my plans a success.

(Psalm 20:4) Being successful can sometimes be as simple as receiving a blessing. David blesses everyone with a blessing for prosperity in the Psalms!

I seek the advice of numerous wise counselors to ensure my success.

(Proverbs 15:22) I’m curious how many significant purchases we’d make if we obtained advice from other counselors (doing our homework) first. Many people are unsuccessful financially because they make bad and hasty financial decisions. If it happens with money, you can be certain that it will happen with other things as well.

I entrust my acts to the Lord in order for my intentions to be successful.

(Proverbs 16:3) This old Hebrew adage, in my opinion, does not imply that we must take action or swear an oath. Rather, it means that we do what we can and leave the results to God. Can you act without being concerned about the outcome? If you live your life for the sake of the results rather than the joy of the journey, you will fail before you succeed.

True humility and fear of the Lord guide me to riches, glory, and long life.

(Proverbs 22:4) Here’s an example of how there’s more to success and wealth than just monetary gain. What good is having an unending supply of money if you have a negative reputation? What good is money if you don’t have the health to enjoy it?

I freely and liberally contribute to those in need, and the Lord blesses everything I do.

(Deuteronomy 15:10) First and foremost, God will bless those who give from the heart. If you contribute to the impoverished just to receive a blessing, you’re obviously missing the point. Consider giving more than just money when you make a donation. Giving of your time and efforts will also delight the Lord. Remember the idea about committing your deeds to the Lord: don’t become too tied to the results. Taking care of his children is one path to a father’s heart, but doing so solely to gain favor with the father will not be fruitful in the long run.

I am affluent and successful. I love God’s word and reflect on it every day.

(Psalm 1:1–6) In this chapter, King David defines true prosperity and what it means to flourish – not to forsake the blesser. “Seek the blesser rather than the blessing,” as the saying goes. Every day, begin by reflecting on God’s word. Then, throughout the day, take pleasure in obeying it, and you will be blessed. “Now that you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them,” Jesus said. (Matthew 13:17)

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I am successful because I shun the path of destruction and walk in the way of the Lord.

(Psalm 1:1–6) Continuing his reflection on what it means to be successful, David contrasts what will bring blessing with what will cause disaster.

I have faith in the Lord, and I prosper.

(Psalm 16:20) The second portion of this verse’s couplet clarifies the concept of believing in the Lord. This passage compares trusting in the Lord to following instructions. How often have you heard a terrific lesson, agreed with it, and then walked away as if you hadn’t heard it? James offers some thoughts on the subject as well, which echo Jesus’ statements cited in the preceding paragraph. (James 1:15-25) Trusting in the Lord entails acting on your confidence in him.

I don’t hide my flaws but rather highlight them. I am open, and as a result, I prosper!

(Psalm 28:13) You may believe that keeping something hidden allows you to get away with it, but you are only hurting yourself in reality. Coming clean may appear to be a difficult and embarrassing task, but you will almost never face hatred if you confess with sincere humility. Instead, it will pave the way for healing, growth, and success!

The Lord’s plans for me are to prosper rather than to harm me.

(Jeremiah 29:11) Even though this verse was written specifically to the Jewish people during a specific period of their history (rather than being a general prophecy to all people throughout history), it truly demonstrates God’s heart toward people. The Jewish people were going through a difficult time, and God wanted to encourage them by showing them what was to come. The Lord is not planning to destroy you. He is not seeking ways to punish or damage you. That is not his personality. What farmer or gardener would want to annihilate a field that they have worked so hard to cultivate? When difficult things happen to you, God’s heart is that he goes to work to bring blessing into your life.

My spiritual achievement is the outcome of my beliefs, ideas, words, and actions.

(Galatians 6:9–11) You are a machine. You get back what you put in. What you put in will come back to you. You will not experience success and prosperity in your life unless you accept responsibility for your words and actions and the cause of these actions. Affirmations like this are an excellent method to plant the seeds of success and prosperity.

I have a growth and success mindset.

(Rom. 12:2) Repentance is a mental shift. Everything starts in your head. All progress away from destruction, poverty, scarcity, and lack and toward success, poverty, and abundance begins with altering your mentality and focusing on dynamic growth rather than stasis. The universe that God created is a dynamic one in which everything is continuously transforming into something new.

I have large ideas and much bigger actions.

In keeping with the themes we’ve been discussing, so much is dependent on how we picture the future. We’re not going to stay here. We will develop into whatever we choose to be in life. You can’t shift to a new state of being until you change your way of thinking to accommodate a brighter future. It must be seen and even lived before it can become a reality. It’s the tried-and-true Dress for Success concept. Before you can become it, you must first look at it, walk it, talk to it, dress it, and act it. He, like Muhammad Ali, constantly claimed to be the greatest before it became a reality.

I prosper and succeed because it is God’s will, desire, and good pleasure.

(Ephesians 1:5) It was and still is God’s will for us to be adopted as his children. Why do you think that is? So he’d have more minions under his command to do his bidding? Or do you believe it has more to do with the reality that he is a loving, kind, benign father who enjoys giving gifts and seeing our development in the faith? (See Philippians 1:25.)

Like God, I see things that aren’t as they should be.

(Romans 4:17) God created the universe before it even existed. Before the world existed, God had a vision for it. That’s just how he operates. Having been created in his image, you and I are capable of doing the same thing. What does this have to do with success and prosperity? You tend to get what you focus on, after all. If you believe in success and prosperity, you will be more likely to pursue it and see it emerge in your life than if you have a pessimistic or faithless attitude toward your future chances.

I am successful in both my personal and professional lives.

Mr. Phil Hartman. Have you ever heard of him? A hugely successful actor, comedian, and voice-over artist. On The Simpsons, he played Troy McClure. Extremely affluent and well-known. His personal life, on the other hand, was a complete disaster. His third wife shot and killed him soon before she committed herself before he turned 50. Tragic. God’s goal for your life is for you to be successful both in public and behind closed doors.

I believe that I am deserving of success and that I should seize every opportunity to excel.

This one, I believe, is a major source of concern for many Christians. That is, at least, how it has been for me. I’ve discovered that if you don’t believe you’re worthy of success, your subconscious mind will undermine all efforts to obtain it — no matter how hard God works to make you successful. Scripture, not your own perspective, habits, or experiences, must inform your trust in your own worth. God attempts to make it appear in scripture that we are deserving of his love – which, by the way, is the finest thing to be worthy of – simply because he said it and proven it. (Rom. 5:6-8; John 3:16)

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Being deserving of something is related to your self-worth…

because you are not the one who decides on that. God exists. Also, there is a significant distinction, in my opinion, between being worthy and being deserving. Being worthy is related to the value that God has placed on you. Being deserved has to do with what you have earned through your own work, and if we mix the two, we will be all over the place. We’re never going to pass this way again in terms of seizing every opportunity to prosper. Take advantage of it! (Ephesians 5:16)

Conclusion

What are your thoughts?

As long as you say these affirmations with the appropriate attitude and feeling, you should get the impression that Almighty God is on your side.

Isn’t that a wonderful sensation?!!!

Yes, it is… THERE CERTAINLY IS.

You are now well on your way to achieving the level of success you desire.

It is important to repeat the affirmations on a daily basis until you are able to retain the DEEP KNOWING FEELING.

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