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Are positive I am affirmations Biblical and can be used to improve oneself?

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Loyal
My concern is the agenda of this thread.

Let's see God says what you sow is what you reap.

The world says what goes around comes around.

Different way of saying these but BOTH bring the same results.

Because its Kingdom Law.
The law of gravity is always working for the saved and Lost. Same one put both laws into being.

Faith is the SUBSTANCE of things Hoped For BUT Not Yet Seen.

God says let the weak say they are strong.
So we get this in our eyes and mouth (words) and we speak it.

God says we WERE already healed...so when sickness tries to take root - what should we do....cry out ohh I am so sick. This is gonna kill me.
No! We Speak Gods Positive and All Truthful Words.

So in life we do a thing called perventative maintenance so things won't go bad.

So it is as the same speaking Gods Word over ourselves.

Blessings and Love in Christ
 
Loyal
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If you "confess" the Word of God you can never go wrong! It is not what we say that is good, but what the scriptures says.
 
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So what happens when Christians spout this phony humility? "Oh, I'm not worthy." I'm just an unworthy sinner." "All I need is just enough for me and my family to get by." "Blah blah blah
Greetings brother @Bendito

Its not always " phony humility"
When someone is first saved they often are very aware of their unworthy, unrighteous state in the light of a holy righteous loving God.

Their testimony is that they are a "sinner saved by Grace" and that is wonderful.

Taking hold of the meaning of salvation.....ransomed, healed, restored, sanctified and forgiven.....we can only give all glory to the Lord and thank and praise Him.

It is not about who we are.....but about Christ in us and who we are in Him.

Praise the Lord

I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave Himself for me.
Galatians 2:20
 
Loyal
Greetings brother @Bendito

Its not always " phony humility"
When someone is first saved they often are very aware of their unworthy, unrighteous state in the light of a holy righteous loving God.

Their testimony is that they are a "sinner saved by Grace" and that is wonderful.

Taking hold of the meaning of salvation.....ransomed, healed, restored, sanctified and forgiven.....we can only give all glory to the Lord and thank and praise Him.

It is not about who we are.....but about Christ in us and who we are in Him.

Praise the Lord

I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave Himself for me.
Galatians 2:20
I stand corrected. But....How would it be to say. "I was a sinner until I was saved by Grace"? Being that grace is the empowering presence of God in our us, that empowers us to do that which He has for us to do...
 
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