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April 26, 2010 / dfrelix

You are Blessed!

You are Blessed, Believe It!

You are blessed!  That isn’t a cliché it’s a fact. After God created the wonderful masterpiece called you, He blessed you in every way. Now I know some days it’s easier to believe this truth than others—especially when life is going your way, but whether things are going great or are spinning out of control the fact remains that you are still blessed. God’s blessings are not based on our life’s circumstances– they are a fact and a previously endowed gift He gave to each of us after He created us. Whether or not you receive His blessings is up to you. Will you believe His Word and grab hold of this truth by confessing it to your circumstances expecting to see His blessings in your life? Or, will you allow what you see happening around you dictate whether or not you take God at His Word?  The choice is yours.

Think About It

  1. Do you find it hard to accept the truth that you are blessed?  If your answer is yes, list reasons as to why you feel this way and proceed to the next section.

Take Action

It’s time to reprogram your thinking!

  1. God’s Word is our authority for life.  Following is just one of many scriptures found in His Word that tells us how blessed we are.  Take a moment and read it aloud. “Blessed shall you be when you come in, and blessed shallyou be when you go out.” Deut. 28: 6
  2.  Meditate on the above truth.  Think about what it truly means and how it applies you.  Use your imagination and begin to visualize this truth manifesting in your life.  Repeat this action as often as you have to, particularly when your mind drifts back to the place of disbelief concerning God’s blessings as they relate to your present situation.
  3. Revisit the list you made from the “Think About It” section. Research God’s Word and list one promise of blessing next to each reason you listed for believing you are not blessed. For example, one reason you may feel you aren’t blessed might be because you are struggling financially, but Proverbs 15: 6 says “Great wealth is in the house of the righteous, but trouble is in the income of the wicked” (NASB).

Lastly, please know this exercise is not designed to ignore your present state, but it is designed to let your present situation know that it doesn’t have the final say, God’s Word does and His Word declares that you are blessed!

Copyright 2010 Dana Frelix

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  1. Angela Cook / Apr 27 2010 6:53 pm

    Hi Dana,

    I have to tell you that this was powerful and a great reminder. I needed to hear this today!!!

    Hope you’re well. I’m sure baby Frelix will make her debut soon.

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