It’s Not About the Year, It’s About the Affirmation

(as it is written: “I have made thee a father of many nations”), in the presence of Him whom he believed, even God, who quickeneth the dead and calleth those things which are not, as though they were” (Romans 4:17).

This year has taught me so much already! What about you? What is God trying to reveal to you about yourself? What have you been tested with in the last 24 days? What habit is God calling you to break? I don’t know about you, but I have been faced with challenges since the clock strike twelve. But is that when it really started . . . or is that what I claim it to be. What has actually changed between the ending months of 2016 and the first 24 days of 2017, which has made clear my prosperity within the New Year?

It is my affirmations.

It is the daily reminder to me that this is my year in which I cannot fail. It is the constant sight of the vision board that I crafted to remind myself of my prophecies and goals for the New Year.  It is my New Day New You Devotion, written by Joyce Meyer specifically purchased to ensure my focus of daily affirmations for prosperity and success. This is what has changed for me. I have not residentially relocated; I have not switched churches, changed jobs, or changed me. I have simply changed the affirmations in which I speak.

God’s word says that, “even God, who quickeneth the dead and calleth those things which are not, as though they were” (Romans 4:17). This is why God is God; Because He spoke and things transpired. And what’s even crazier is that because we are His and He is ours, we have the SAME ABILITY to speak things into existence.

To affirm the things in which we desire until we see them come to fruition.

How? In prayer, in conversations, and in thoughts. In what you take in and what you put out, affirm. The only way to truly change your level of prosperity is by affirming the ability to do so until it is done. “To speak those things that are not as though they were”. Begin to affirm your success.

Be Inspired,

De’dria Bynum


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