A working definition of daily affirmations is daily declarations of the truth. That sounds pretty important doesn’t? So important it is attacked, daily.
Daily affirmations can literally change the way we think and feel about our life situations. Let’s make the decision to choose joy this week.
I’ve started working on gratitude affirmations with my children and I’d say it’s working because my 6-year-old is happy to report, he is AWESOME! I pray he always thinks so because not only do I think he’s awesome, but so does God.
“I am Connected to God” is just one more of our Daily Affirmations for Women we’ve pulled from an amazing book written by Elizabeth George. This post is about intimacy, connection and how our spiritual, mental, and emotional health can suffer if we don’t put a rhythm method of ‘God Time’ in place.
We’re continuing our daily affirmations for women series inspired by a book by Elizabeth George. This is the second in a series of daily affirmations and today we consider, “I am a woman of prayer.” Let’s examine what prayer really so we can combat the lies convincing ourselves we are not prayerful women.
We’re picking back up our daily affirmations for women with one inspired by a book written by Elizabeth George. This is the first in a series of daily affirmations and we begin with, I have time for God. Once we set our hearts and minds in the right direction with this positive affirmation…look out!