Proverbs 31:10, “Who can find a virtuous woman, for her price is far above rubies.”
Dear mother, when you walk in victory and authority in your home, you are above rubies and above all other women in the home.
Let’s read Deuteronomy 28:13 again, “If you pay attention to the commands of the Lord… and carefully follow them, you will always be at the top, and never at the bottom.” (NIV)
One of the greatest secrets to live above your daily problems is your confession. What you speak has power to affect your life, your circumstances and the lives of your children in your home. Make sure you confession is positive.
Here are some affirmations for you to speak out loud today… and every day!
I am ABOVE the disposition of grumbling, complaining and self-pity.
I am ABOVE listening to negative thoughts about my husband and
our marriage. I am bound by covenant.
I am ABOVE the lure of being squeezed into the mold of this world’s
I am ABOVE being intimidated by the antagonists of God’s truth.
I am ABOVE the fallacy that I am “just a housewife.” I am training
children to affect the course of this nation.
I am ABOVE the temptation to leave my divine career of motherhood
for a lesser career that only brings earthly reward.
I am ABOVE the deceiving humanistic philosophies that infiltrate the
media and society around me.
I am ABOVE the trials and frustrations that encompass me about.
I am ABOVE the tales and petty talk of the gossipers.
I am ABOVE self-preoccupation. I will give room in my heart and
mind for the needs of others.
I am ABOVE the pressure to “keep up with the Joneses”. I don’t have
to have everything everyone else has.
Don’t forget to speak these affirmations out loud. It is not enough to think them in your mind.
Love from NANCY CAMPBELL
“Lord, help me today to speak positive words. Help to speak only words of victory. Amen.”
Dear mothers, here is a little poem which I taught to our children when they were young. Whenever they faced a challenge, we would quote this poem. I am sure that they can all still quote it today. It shows us the power of our confession. Perhaps you could teach it to your children too. However, I know it will encourage you as much as your children.
Two little men stood looking at a hill,
One was named, Can’t and one was named, Will.
Can’t said, “I never in the world can climb this hill,”
So there he is at the bottom of it still!
Will said, “I’ll get to the top because I will.”
Two little men are living by the hill,
At the bottom is Can’t, at the top is Will!