I declare and decree that:
My daughters-in-law, grand daughters-in-law, even unto the 12th generation shall be rocks of Gibraltar to my sons. At their words, the mountains shall kneel and the waters shall part. They will be eloquent transcribers of God’s word.
In Jesus’ name amen.
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About the writer:
Denise N. Fyffe is a published author of over 50 fiction and non-fiction books. She started Revealing the Christian Life Ministry to help other Christians and provide support. She is also a trainer and mentors aspiring writers towards achieving their goals.
Declarations Over My Life (Book Series)
This series, Declarations for My Life, provides bold statements entrenched in the promises of God. As children of God, Christians, we ought to make pronouncements over our lives. We are taught that as sons and daughters of the kingdom, heirs to the royal priesthood of Jesus Christ, we should make declarations and decrees. It is a way in which to exercise our will/authority and cause our purpose for a thing to be made manifest.
Book 1: Declarations Over My Life
This book, Declarations for My Life, provides bold statements entrenched in the promises of God. The statements empower you to decree godly declarations, which are good, pure, true, honest, just, lovely and of good report, over your life and your family.
The bible says that “death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits”. Therefore, as guardians of our bloodline, we must take the reins and strategically place the power, authority presence and dictates of God, over our life.
Book 2: Declarations for My Daughters
When you declare something, you ‘make it known’. When you make a decree, it is ‘a statement of truth that carries the authority of a court order.’ Therefore, it is effectively a tool that will cause things to manifest in both the spiritual and physical realm.
As children of God, Christians, we ought to make pronouncements over our lives. We are taught that as sons and daughters of the kingdom, heirs to the royal priesthood of Jesus Christ, we should make declarations and decrees.
Book 3: Declarations for My Sons
Each book in the series is customized, so feel free to get the copy that best suits your household and your needs. You won’t miss out on any relevant and valid information provided.