21 Biblical Declarations that Boosts Your Self-Confidence

You don’t always feel self confident. Nobody does, not everyday nor all day long anyway, but it’s okay, because life isn’t always rosy. It has its ups and downs, it throws it’s curve balls at you all day long, and it will continue to knock you down until your dying breath. That’s just life and, there’s just no escaping from it.

However, those life challenges aren’t meant to keep you down for life. They may break you but they’re also meant to mould and remould you so that you can learn to build your confidence, stand on your own two feet and grow into maturity.

It is through those life lessons that you can become who God created you to be and it’s through those life challenges that you can step into a better future or into your greatness. So therefore, the only thing that can stop you from moving forward or from living your best life is you.

If you don’t try reaching out to God for help in this seasonal era, life will keep you down, and the only person who can give you long lasting confidence is Christ. Through his words, you can renew your mind, transform your life and create the world you’ve always wanted for yourself and the people around you.

So, whenever you need to prepare yourself for days of trials or when going through life’s difficulties and in need of a confidence boost, why not reach out for these biblical declarations and prayers? They’ll help remind you of God’s promises to you, realign your focus on God and help you achieve a confidence level in Christ that is long lasting, and can withstand any challenges that come your way.

Anybody who wants to succeed always need to talk to themselves first, because in the talking you examine yourself and affirm your capabilities. It is in the talking that you establish your knowledge, accept your desires and build up your hope for the best.

Afterall, there isn’t anyone who goes for an interview without having first prepared themselves? Such a person is either a genius, being exposed to that line of work or is just ready for failure. For anyone who prepares themselves ahead of a test is the person who tend to succeed during trials.

Therefore, if you were to go for an interview, you will need to prepare yourself so that you can speak confidently before your interviewer. You either speak to yourself in the mirror or talk to your friends  about possible questions and scenarios to boost your confidence.

The same principle applies when walking into a room full of strangers; life coaches will tell you, speak to yourself before you get to the venue, walk tall, make eye contact with somebody in the room and smile so that you may appear confident. In the kingdom of God, however, you do not need to fake it till you make it, you can simply claim the truth God has said about you and believe that your confidence will shoot through the roof

Self-confidence in Christ Jesus is the best antidote for anybody going through self-doubt. In a world where self-promotion is the norm to achieve fame and recognition, a true follower of Christ would know that this tactic only lasts but a moment.

The only lasting confidence lies in Christ Jesus. And that confidence comes by hearing and hearing through the word of God (Romans 10:17). In other words, the best way to get your confidence up is by soaking yourself in the word God; Read it, digest it, profess it and live it to the fullest.

Apostle Peter warned us to be alert and sober for our adversary, the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour (1 Peter 5:8). The enemy of your souls will always roam around looking to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10).

Remember the righteous man, Job? The devil accused him falsely before God and he was allowed to test Job’s confidence in God. The enemy would want to introduce self-doubt and low self-esteem but God is available to boost your confidence in Him.

Christ is a body, soul and mind healer. He is a giver and restorer of faith (1 Peter 5:10). He will shield you and give you lasting confidence. The following Bible declarations will help build up your faith in Christ if you are a new Christian and they will strengthen your faith as a matured Christian.

Let’s make these scriptural declarations your mantra every day and you will overcome the devil whenever he tries any of his tactics on you.

Make a Declaration of Faith

1. The LORD is my confidence, my very present help in time of need. He keeps my foot from falling into a trap (Proverbs 3:26) and he restores my hope.
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2. I will draw near to God and he draws near to me. I will approach the throne of grace daily to receive mercy and find grace to help me in time of need (Hebrews 4:16)
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3. The Lord is with me. He will not fail me nor forsake me. I am strong and courageous, I will not be afraid nor tremble.
(Deuteronomy 31:6).
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4. I can do all things through Him who strengthens me (Philippians 4:13).
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5. I am certain that God, who began a good work in me, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns (Philippians 1:6).
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6. I have been justified by faith, therefore, I have peace with God through my Lord Jesus Christ (Romans 5:1).
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2 thoughts on “21 Biblical Declarations that Boosts Your Self-Confidence”

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