3 Affirmations To Start Your Week

Here are 3 affirmations that I believe you need to believe and say, every morning!

Positive affirmations are powerful, but what is even more powerful is when those positive words are backed up with scriptures. The power of life and death is in your mouth and it’s important to speak the right words. In my book Back To Life, I share on the power of the word and how we can use it to build us up, into the person God has called us to be.

I felt led to share 3 affirmations that I believe we all need to speak over ourselves, daily. Why? There’s always something or someone that will push against the person you’re trying to become. There are experiences that you will encounter in the week that may possibly make you question who you are and your significance. There are things you may see that will make you doubt your abilities and giftings.

So, I pray that these affirmations will set your week right and will be words you can speak that will build you up and serve as reminders!

I AM SIGNIFICANT: You are a significant part of creation. Nobody can do it like you! You are one of a kind. You are chosen by God but not only that, you’ve also been chosen to walk the path you’re on. God has given you specific gifts, abilities and talents to light up the rooms you enter. Your voice matters! (Psalms 139)

I AM ABLE : You are able to do the things He has called you to do. You are able to not only sit at the table but to also build your own one. You are able to thrive and be fruitful no matter where you are planted. You are graced for the task, you were born to win and overcome. YOU ARE ABLE! (Philippians 4:13)

I AM NOT FORGOTTEN: It’s easy to feel as though God has forgotten you, especially when you see other people getting what you desire. It can get hard when you know you’re doing all the right things but yet, it seems like you're either last in line or completely forgotten about. You are not forgotten. Isaiah 49:15-16 tells us that we are inscribed in the palm of the Fathers hand, He is aware of us.


Susan Deborahs