Speak Happiness Into Your Year With God’s Word

Do you remember the movie “In pursuit of happyness”? It was acted by Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith. It was about a husband whose wife left him because she could no longer cope with the financial instability in their family. It was also about a father who did not allow himself to be limited by abject poverty or rejection but he tried all that he could to secure of his son and that of himself. At the end of that story the man became rich and he went on to help other people become rich too.

Life is often too busy with activities that we forget to be truly happy. We forget that happiness is part of life and it needs nurturing, it needs cultivating, it needs intentional pursuit of it. With happiness we can fully function in the world because it makes the world go round and a happy mind lives a contented happy life. When we intentionally pursue happiness we are choosing to pursue our inheritance in Christ and we have every right to claim it regularly using God’s Word.

Happiness can come alive for us if we make it a point of duty to speak it into existence first thing in the morning in our daily lives. It will cheer up the heart, lightens up the mood, and it makes doing our daily job easier than we can ever imagine. Happiness attracts the right people, it opens great doors you have never imagined and it will take you places you have not planned in your year.

Let us Speak it over ourselves for as often as we say wish one another a Happy New year. Declare it into your life until it affects positive changes in your world. Speak happiness over your life in alignment with God’s word for your New year goals and it will activate your desire for the best year ever. 

Speak the Word of God Over Yourself and Change Your World for the best.

Monday 

I declare this will be a happy year. I will submit myself to God and he will align me with his plans for me. The Lord will crown my year with good success and I will testify at the end of the year that this is indeed a happy year (Psalm 65:11)

Tuesday 

I declare myself as a chosen child of God whose heart is merry and filled with bountiful joy. For as long as I honour God in my life he fills my home with rejoicing (Gal 3:26, Ps 9:2, 68:3)

Wednesday

I declare that I have a happy heart and a cheerful face. This year I will attract godly and truly happy people and I will keep away from all negative energies (Proverbs 15:13).

Thursday

I declare my mind will stay focused on whatever is true, whatever is honourable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, anything of excellence and anything worthy of praise. I will dwell on these things and my happiness shall be full(Philippians 4:8-9)

Friday

I declare I am wholly endowed with true happiness that comes from God. I will draw closer to God daily and please him in all my dealings. I will follow peace with all men and he will cause my heart to overflow in happiness (Ecclesiastes 2:26)

Saturday

I declare the Lord delights in me and he refreshes my spirit. He fills my heart with happiness and equips me with everything good to do his will. I will dwell in God’s word and it will fill my heart with unending happiness (Psalm 18:19, Heb 13:21, Psalm 19:8)

Sunday

I declare my happiness is not dependent on the timing of man but on the Lord who gives liberally to those who live him. The Lord forgives my transgressions, he covers my sins and supplies all me with true and lasting happiness
In whatever I do, I will do it all for the glory of God and he will fill me with true happiness (1 Corinthians 10:31, Psalms 32:1-2, Psalm 23:1)

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