Like newborn babies, you must crave pure spiritual milk so that you will grow into a full experience of salvation.
— I Peter 2:2 [NLT]
The personal growth affirmation teaches us to declare the promises of God almighty, the maker and giver of growth and increase. Learn to declare affirmations that enable your world to be free from lifelessness. Use these affirmations to overcome issues with stagnation and receive growth in every area of your life.
Bible verses have been added to each affirmation to guide your reading, be sure to look them up!
I receive growth,
I grow in strength for I trust the Lord to keep me from weariness. (Isaiah 40:31)
I grow in wisdom for I fear the Lord and obey His commandments. (Psalm 111:10)
I grow in wealth earned through righteous hard work, not get-rich-quick schemes. (Proverbs 13:11)
I grow in power by the authority of the Most High, His faithfulness and unfailing love are ever with me. (Psalm 89:24)
I stay connected to Christ, who is my head and I grow in the nourishment He provides me. (Colossians 2:19)
I put away childish things, thoughts and behaviour and begin to think, speak and reason as a full grown person. (I Corinthians 13:11)
I stand on guard against errors that lead to stagnation. I secure my footing as I grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ. (II Peter 3:17-18)
I build my life on the Lord, that my faith may grow strong in the truth which I have been taught as I overflow with thankfulness. (Colossians 2:7)
I earnestly desire spiritual milk, that I may grow fully in my experience of salvation. (I Peter 2:2)
I grow continuously in the fruit of salvation, which produces righteous character that brings glory and praise to God. (Philippians 1:9-11)
I grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ Jesus, awaiting judgment with confidence and hope because He lives in me. (II Peter 3: 18, I John 4:18)
I grow more and more like Christ as I speak the truth in love to all those around me, living a life that always honours the Lord and getting to know Him better and better. (Ephesians 4:15, Colossians 1:10)
I let go of past habits and behaviours which hinder my growth. I look forward, pressing on to the perfection in Christ Jesus which is my heavenly prize. (Philippians 3:12-15)
In Jesus name, Amen.
***Hope you enjoy this and find it useful. Please don’t forget to visit the Biblical Affirmations page to see more about the benefits of biblical affirmations as well as how to meditate upon and declare these affirmations throughout the day.***