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How to Effectively Use A Daily Affirmation for Faith

    Looking for inspiration to reignite your faith? Here are a few of the best daily affirmation for faith from Scripture.

    We could all use some affirmation for faith from time to time, especially in times like these when the world is chaotic, and life feels heavy. Here we have compiled a few of the most encouraging daily affirmations for faith to encourage and uplift you.

    Affirmation for Faith When You Doubt

    Doubt can be a crushing weight, rendering us unable to believe the things we once had faith in easily. It is important to remember that doubt is not a sin or even an inherently negative feeling.

    Doubt is a part of life and especially a part of faith – in fact, faith and doubt cannot exist apart from each other, and faith can actually be enhanced by healthy doubt. The key is to face our doubts honestly, and trust that God understands and is with us even when we are struggling with our faith.

    A helpful affirmation for when you find yourself doubting is to quote Mark 9:24 to yourself, “Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”.

    Affirmation For Faith When You Are Anxious

    When we feel overwhelmed by anxiety, faith can be especially hard. Luckily, as Jesus fully experienced and identified with our humanity, he gets it. He knows what it’s like to be anxious and worried, and he is there with us in the midst of those feelings.

    A comforting affirmation to repeat in anxious moments is Philippians 4:6-7, “Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus”.

    Affirmation When You Are Sad

    Sadness can feel like being covered in a heavy, wet blanket that we just can’t seem to get out from under. The struggles in our lives and in the lives of people we care about, not to mention the suffering and injustice around the world, can weigh heavy on us and cloud our faith.

    It’s important to remember that these feelings aren’t bad – in fact, they are often healthy, appropriate reactions – and we should sit with them for as long as we need. However, we can hold on to our faith in the meantime by reminding ourselves that Jesus is with us in every moment. Remember that Jesus wept, too.

    An affirmation for comfort is Matthew 5:4, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted”.

    Affirmation For Faith When You Are Angry

    Anger is an overpowering emotion, often occupying our entire mental and emotional space. Again, anger is a perfectly normal and healthy emotion, and we should let ourselves fully experience it when it comes.

    However, anger can make it hard to hold on to our faith sometimes. Of course, even Jesus was angry at times, and he understands the urge to flip some tables. When you are angry, remember God’s desire for justice and let that fuel your faith.

    “Therefore the Lord waits to be gracious to you; therefore he will rise up to show mercy to you. For the Lord is a God of justice; blessed are all those who wait for him.” (Isaiah 30:18-19)

    Conclusion 

    As the old adage goes, practice makes perfect.  Repeating these scriptures and daily affirmation for faith to yourself on a continual basis will help your mind relax.  You will remember to turn to your power in the scriptures and your own internal strength.  You may just surprise yourself.

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