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12 Scriptural Affirmations to Help Renew Your Mind

It’s no secret that living in this day and age comes with all types of circumstances, situations, and experiences that can wreak havoc on and in our minds. At the same time, we are reminded that there is nothing new under the sun. I reckon this is why Scripture constantly reminds us to renew our minds, because even in Biblical times and beyond there would always be a war over our mind, heart, and soul.

LET THE RENEWING BEGIN

Below are 12 Scriptural affirmations to help you renew your mind. Write them in your journal, on cards to place around your home, or purchase a handcrafted set made by yours truly. Please note: the following affirmations came from the ISR version of the Bible.

THE GOOD WORK

Yah will complete the good work He started in me!

Scripture: Philippians 1:6

MY IMAGE

I am made in the image of the Most High!

Scripture: Genesis 1:27

EASY & LIGHT

My yoke is easy, and my burden is light!

Scripture: Matthew 11:30

THINGS ABOVE

My heart is set on things above!

Scripture: Colossians 3:2

MY NEEDS

Yah supplies all my needs!

Scripture: Philippians 4:19

PEACE & STRENGTH

I am blessed with peace and strength!

Scripture: Proverbs 18:10

GOOD FRUIT

I am in the vine, therefore I produce good fruit!

Scripture: John 15:5

NO LACK

I lack no good thing!

Scripture: Psalm 34:10

PLANS

His plans for me are peace, a future, and an expectancy!

Scripture: Jeremiah 29:11

CONQUEROR

I am more than a conqueror!

Scripture: Romans 8:37

CARES

I cast my cares upon Him because He cares for me!

Scripture: 1 Peter 5:7

MADE NEW

I am a new creation in Messiah!

Scripture: 2 Corinthians 5:17

VICTORY BEGINS HERE

Our minds are both delicate and powerful. Within it so much takes place, especially the direction to which our life will go. So I ask you… what things are you thinking on? Things that are lovely, pure, uplifting, excellent, praiseworthy, admirable, and true? As a man/woman thinks, so is he/she. We owe it to ourselves to be all that YHVH created us to be, for our good and His glory.

May you be blessed as you begin (or continue) to renew your mind… daily.

CHIME IN: What are some ways you intentionally renew your mind? Share in the comments below!

 

 

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