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Speak Life to your Promise

Toni Nicole Roberts

I am uniquely and wonderfully created in the image of God.

I am who God says I am and not where I’ve been or what I have been through.

I am loved so much by God that He has given me a predestined life with plans to prosper me and not to harm me, but to give me hope and a future.

I acknowledge that my way of obtaining love and acceptance is not always best for me and I submit to the will of the Almighty God for my life.

Lord, I ask you to forgive me for not guarding my heart for out of it flows life.

God I pray for strength to forgive myself when I settle for less than what or who you have for me.

Help me forgive those who have hurt, misused, and misunderstood me. I pray that I will be forgiven when in pain I unknowingly hurt others.

I declare I am strengthened through me trials, tribulations, and seem to be setbacks.

I declare that my now is to be celebrated because it has nothing to do with today and everything to do with where I am going.

I speak life to my Destiny, Gifts, Talents, Purpose, and Promises designed by you!

I speak against generational curses. What stopped my ancestors will not stop me. I am not an accident or a mistake.

I thank you for wholeness in every area of my life.

I declare my first priority is a relationship with you God.

Thank you for the power to be free from those in my past who do not belong in my future, free to live my life to your full purpose for me!

I declare that I am destined for greatness and I stand faithfully on your word, your promises, and your will for my life! In doing this I know, trust, and believe that you have something greater for me.

I speak life to everything you have given me to do. I release every gift. I declare that I have everything I need to become who you created me to be down on the inside of me!

Thank you Father for watching over your word, your purpose, and your promise that lives in me!

 “And not being weak in faith, he did not consider his own body…he did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthened in faith, giving glory to God, and being fully convinced that what He had promised He was also able to perform.” (Romans 4:19–21, NKJV)

Toni Nicole Roberts

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