I Declare Progress and Advancement Over My Life

There is nothing sweet about delays and stagnation. You want to move forward but you are stuck in a rut, and you cannot go backward either. It is frustrating and infuriating when you feel choked up but you cannot do anything about it. All hope is not lost​ if you are having any of these feelings, there is a way out when you turn to God. God always makes a way where there seems to be no way. Trust in him and pray to him.

Make a declaration of faith
I declare God’s promises concerning me will come to pass. I am moving forward. I am moving from lack into abundance, from instability to stability, from trials and trouble into peace all around me, from curses into God’s blessings and from defeat into victory.

I am moving forward I declare progress

I declare no more delays, trials, failures and confusion. Great doors of opportunities are opened to me for effective work, I will walk through it and I will fulfil my destiny. I will trust in God’s word to accomplish His purpose for my life and to lead me to my place of settlement in life. I will trust in Him at all times and obey His instructions. The Lord my God will fight my battles for me and I will not be afraid what man can do to me. This is my declaration.

Scriptures
2 Peter 1:4, Jeremiah 29:11, Mathew 11:28-29, Isaiah 40:29-30

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