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60 Biblical Affirmations for Anxiety

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The Lord will go ahead of me and protect me from behind

 

Affirmations aren’t a magic spell. Reciting affirmations doesn’t make anxiety go away. But they do change our minds. The things we affirm become our default thought habits. I hope you’ll continue to saturate your mind with the word of God and I want to make it easy for you to review these affirmations so here is a concise list of all 60 affirmations.

 

  1. I take one day at a time by trusting God for today. Matthew 6:34
  2. My future is in God’s hands. Psalm 31:15
  3. I give my worries to God because he cares about what happens to me. 1 Peter 5:7
  4. God calms all my fears with his love. Zephaniah 3:17
  5. I trust God when I am afraid. Psalm 56:3
  6. Everything belongs to the Lord so I have no reason to worry. Psalm 24:1
  7. I do not worry about everyday life. Matthew 6:25
  8. Jesus has compassion on me when I am confused and worried. Matthew 9:36
  9. I give God permission to reveal my anxious thoughts and lead me along a new path of life. Psalm 139:23-24
  10. I am not afraid because God holds my hand and helps me. Isaiah 41:13
  11. The Lord watches over me as I come and go. Psalm 121:8
  12. I pray about everything so I don’t have to worry about anything. Philippians 4:6
  13. God is my hope in the day of disaster. Jeremiah 17:17
  14. I choose to rehearse encouraging thoughts instead of worry. Proverbs 12:25
  15. I know God loves me so I have nothing to fear. 1 John 4:18
  16. I accept fear as a normal response to an actual threat but I reject anxious thoughts of all possible threats. Psalm 55:4-5
  17. I trust God to care for me, so I do not fear bad news. Psalm 112:7
  18. I dwell on my possibilities, not on my problems. Jeremiah 20:10-11
  19. The Lord will go ahead of me and protect me from behind. Isaiah 52:12, Isaiah 58:8
  20. I replace worry with positive action. Proverbs 27:12
  21. God is my security so I am not afraid of sudden disaster. Proverbs 3:25-26
  22. I affirm my faith in God. Hebrews 10:23
  23. My sleep will be sweet because the Lord is my security. Proverbs 3:24-26
  24. I reject anxiety because it distorts my perspective. Mark 4:19
  25. I use my imagination for good, not for imagining every worst-case scenario. Luke 6:45
  26. When I go through deep waters, God will be with me. Isaiah 43:2
  27. God frees me from all my fears. Psalm 34:4
  28. Christ holds all of creation together, so he can hold me together. Colossians 1:17
  29. I will be still and accept God’s control of my situation. Psalm 46:10
  30. I embrace the unknown because I live by believing and not by seeing. 2 Corinthians 5:7
  31. Today is an opportunity to exercise my faith. James 1:3
  32. Nothing happens outside of God’s influence. Psalm 103:19, 1 Samuel 2:8
  33. I guard God’s precious truth from the lies of anxious speculation. 2 Timothy 1:14
  34. I fear no evil because God is with me. Psalm 23:4
  35. I ask for what I need. Matthew 7:7, James 4:2
  36. My circumstances are temporary and God is in control. 2 Corinthians 4:17
  37. I allow the word of God to expose my anxious thoughts. Hebrews 4:12
  38. I use God’s powerful weapons to destroy the false arguments of anxiety. 2 Corinthians 10:4
  39. I reject anxious thoughts because worry is unbelief. Matthew 6:31-32
  40. God alone knows my future and he will bring it to pass as he wishes. Isaiah 46:10
  41. Anxiety comes from imagining my future without God in it. Ephesians 2:12
  42. I surrender my anxiety, which is hostility toward God. Romans 8:6-7
  43. I surround myself with positive people because fear is contagious. Deuteronomy 20:8
  44. I release my desire to control every detail of my life and I accept God’s will for me. Luke 22:42, Jeremiah 10:23
  45. Christ set me free from the fear of dying. Hebrews 2:14-15, Philippians 1:21
  46. My life and health are in God’s hands. Psalm 66:9, Job 12:10
  47. I believe God’s promise to take care of me, wherever he leads me. Psalm 106:24
  48. I protect God’s truth in my heart from being crowded out by anxiety. Luke 8:14, Luke 21:34
  49. He who calmed the storm can calm me right now. Mark 4:39
  50. God’s love for me is greater than the things I fear will happen. Romans 8:38
  51. God gives me rest from anxiously working to meet my own needs. Psalm 127:2
  52. I am not afraid of terrors, disease, or disaster because God is with me. Psalm 91:5-6, 15
  53. I run to Jesus when a wave of fear sweeps over me. Matthew 14:29-30
  54. I live in peace, untroubled by fear of harm. Proverbs 1:33
  55. I refuse to speculate about my future. Proverbs 27:1, James 4:14
  56. I do not fear what people might do because God can turn harm into good. Proverbs 29:25, Genesis 50:20, Hebrews 13:6
  57. Rather than rely on my own understanding, I accept God’s ways. Isaiah 55:8-9, Proverbs 3:5
  58. I refuse to worry. Ecclesiastes 11:10
  59. I do not fret about evildoers because their fate is in God’s hand. Psalm 37:1-2, Proverbs 24:19-20, Philippians 4:6
  60. I will not die a day before God says so because the Lord keeps me alive. Psalm 54:4

 

I pray God’s blessing on you as you seek freedom from anxiety. May God grant you peace as you seek to honor him with your thoughts.

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