For David, after he had served the purpose of God in his own generation, fell asleep and was buried among his fathers and experienced decay [in the grave]
— Acts 13:36 [AMP]
The purpose affirmation is a simple set of declarations for those who are determined to walk according God’s path for their lives; for those who know why God has called them and choose to declare that they will complete all that God has established them to accomplish. It is also for those who are seeking the reason why they have been created, to encourage them to persist in their search for meaning, to continue to trust God during the process and remain completely certain that His will, will be done.
Bible verses have been added to each affirmation to guide your reading, be sure to look them up!
I walk in purpose,
I draw out God’s purpose for my life with divine understanding. (Proverbs 20:5)
I am purposefully planted to bear fruit in and for the kingdom of God. (John 15:16)
I am the salt of the earth, I will not lose my taste, I will not lose my purpose. (Matthew 5:13)
I am sanctified in the truth of God’s word, set apart to accomplish His will on the earth. (John 17:17)
I set my mind on the purposes of the spirit, for I live by the spirit not by the flesh. (Romans 8:5)
I will not die until I am finished serving the purpose of God in my generation. (Acts 13:36)
I exist to manifest God’s power and proclaim His name in all the earth. (Exodus 10:10)
I repent of my sins and earnestly seek God’s purpose for my life. (Matthew 4:17, Romans 6:18,22)
I know that no purpose of God in my life will be thwarted, for He can do all things. (Job 4:22)
I cry out to God Most High, who fulfils His purpose in my life in times of trouble. (Psalm 57:2; Psalm 138:8)
I was sent for the purpose of the good news, the healing of the brokenhearted, the deliverance of those in bondage and to declare the kingdom of God. (Luke 4:18-19, 43)
I make all my thoughts and plans subject to the purpose of Christ Jesus through the Holy Spirit. (II Corinthians 10:5)
I rebuke everything that exalts itself against the true purpose of God in my life. (II Corinthians 10:5)
I declare that the purpose of God in my life will prevail over the plans of my flesh. (Proverbs 19:21)
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.***