Scriptural Declarations of Salvation for Loved Ones

I declare John 3 verse 16 over your life; God loves you (Mention their names) so much that he gave his only begotten son to die for your sins. May you believe in Christ and accept him as your saviour. May you not perish but may you inherit the eternal life Christ has come to give to you. I declare that henceforth you refute every attraction to darkness but you begin to embrace the light of God who does not want you to perish but to be saved. I declare that you may begin to believe in the power of Christ to give you life and may you find the courage to believe and accept Christ as your Lord and saviour henceforth in Jesus name.

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Prayer

9 Daily Bible Declarations to Help New Christians Develop a Prayerful Lifestyle.

Think of prayer as an application on a mobile phone. The applications (apps) keeps the phone running. Without the apps, the phone cannot function appropriately and you won’t be able to use the phone to your content. If the apps run the phone runs. If the apps do not run the phone does not run. It’s the apps that keep the phone functioning. Likewise, prayer keeps your Christian journey running.

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Assurance of Salvation Scriptural Declarations

Salvation only comes by the grace of God through your belief in Christ. Nobody can lay a claim on being saved by their own power or by their might. Nobody is saved because of their good deeds. Nobody is saved because of their wealth or because of their background.

Everybody is a sinner and we can only be saved by the mercy and the grace of God. We are saved when we believe in our heart that Jesus is the only one who saves.

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I Believe My Prayers Shall Be Answered.

#Jesus said when you ask, believe and you will receive. Say it out loud and believe it – ” I believe my #prayers shall be answered. Though it tarries, it will surely come to pass”. You may have prayed yet still expectant. The bible says that the expectation of the righteous shall not be caught…

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