Category: Identity – Who am I?

Who Am I in Jesus Christ?

I am a child of God
I am redeemed from the hand of the enemy
I am forgiven
I am saved by grace through faith
I am justified
I am sanctified
I am a new creature in Christ Jesus
I am partaker of God’s divine nature
I am redeemed from the curse of the Law
I am delivered from the power of darkness
I am led by the Holy Spirit
I am a child of God
I am kept in safety wherever I go
I have the divine favor of God in whatever I do and wherever I go
I am getting all my needs met by Jesus
I am casting all my cares on Jesus
I am strong in the Lord and in the power of His might
I am doing all things through Jesus Christ who strengthens me
I am an heir of God and a joint heir with Jesus Christ
I am an heir to the blessings of Abraham
I am observing and doing the Lord’s commandments
I am blessed coming in and blessed going out
I am an heir of eternal life
I am blessed with all spiritual blessings
I am healed by the stripes of Jesus
I am exercising my authority over the enemy
I am above only and not beneath
I am more than a conqueror
I am establishing God’s Word here on earth
I am an overcomer by the blood of the Lamb and the word of my testimony
I am daily overcoming the devil
I am not moved by what I see
I am walking by faith and not by sight
I am casting down vain imaginations
I am bringing every thought into captivity in Christ Jesus
I am being transformed by the renewing my mind
I am a laborer together with God
I am the righteousness of God through Jesus Christ
I am the light of the world
I am blessing the Lord always and will continue praising Him with my mouth
I am the head and not the tail
I am putting on the mind of Jesus Christ
I am a continuous blessing to my brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ
I am free from all bondages because the bondage destroying anointing; the Spirit of God dwells inside of me; therefore I am bondage free.



Biblical Declarations You Need To Boost Your Self-Confidence.

If you were to go for an interview, career coaches will tell you to speak to yourself in the mirror or talk to friends in order 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 our 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. You need to prepare yourself for the day of trials. You need to build up your self-confidence in Christ Jesus so that you might be able to stand firm during trials and tribulations. And the best way to be prepared for anything that may come your way is to build up your self-confidence in Christ Jesus through the word of God.

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. 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

The LORD is my confidence, He keeps my foot from being caught in a trap
(Proverbs 3:26).

I draw near to God and he draws near to me. With confidence I approach the throne of grace to receive mercy and I find grace to help in time of need.
(Hebrews 4:16)

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).

I can do all things through Him who strengthens me
(Philippians 4:13).

And I am certain that God, who began the good work within me, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns (Philippians 1:6).

I have been justified by faith, therefore, I have peace with God through my Lord Jesus Christ;
(Romans 5:1).

Lent Day 29: I Declare I Am The Salt of The Earth.

Praise God. You are the salt of the earth! You have been cleansed through the blood of Jesus and preserved by God for a special assignment on earth. You have been named the life transformer and solution provider the world is waiting upon. Jesus said, ‘You are the salt of the earth’. There is no longer any confusion or objection surrounding your identity in God and in this world.

Jesus came to restore your identity and to clarify the son and daughter of whom you are. You are the child of God. An heir to the kingdom of heaven. Your identity is no longer in crisis but in Christ. He came to give you life, peace, hope and grace so that you may have life in abundance. You are no longer lost but you have been found. You are no longer blind but you can see. No longer under oppression but you can claim your freedom. You are no longer termed forsaken but you have a new name; the delight of the Lord. No longer frustrated but you can have peace, no longer confused but you can have clarity on who you are and to whom you belong. Jesus has calmed the storm of life and you can rest in his assurance.

You are the salt of the earth. Salt gives liveliness, piquancy, or pungency. It cures, it preserves. It’s a solution to many disasters. It gives taste to tasteless bland meals. It melts the snow and creates a firm grip on a slippery road. It heals bitter water. It adds interest or excitement to anything. It’s misuse can cause a chaos, a disaster. But give salt to the person who knows it’s benefits and how to use it, and you can achieve your purpose, your goals. You can have victory where necessary.

In the course of fulfilling his purpose on earth, Jesus set the captives free from every bondage. He redeemed the chosen and the predestined from sin and death. He restored faith in the heart of men where it failed. He gave hope to the hopeless, help to the helpless, healing to the sick, comfort to the aggrieved. Before his death, he restored the dignity, the confidence and the identity of every child of God. He was the liveliness in every dull environment. He was the excitement that everybody traveled to see. He was the healer, the solution provider, the life transformer and he says you are the same.

Do you believe that you are the salt of the earth? or have you lost your savour as a child of God? But if the salt has lost its taste, how can its saltiness be restored? It is no longer good for anything but it is thrown out and trampled under foot. Mathew 5:11. Have you been through condemnation, accusations, abuse or some form of torture? Have you been betrayed, tormented or persecuted? Have you lost your focus on Jesus? Are you lacking in confidence in God and in yourself? Are you going through identity crisis? Do you know who you are in God and to whom you belong? Do you know your worth in the hands of the master and your assignment on earth? When in doubt about who you are, remind yourself of what Jesus said; He said, ‘You are the salt of the earth’.

Make a bold declaration of faith

I am the salt of the earth (Mtw 5:13), I am well preserved, I am a preservative (Mark 9:49). My speech shall be graceful always, seasoned with salt to everyone that I might know how to answer everyone(Colossians 4:6). This is my declaration.



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