The elements of prayer
Its ground: God, by whose goodness it springeth in us.
Its use: to turn our will to His will.
Its end: to be made one with Him and like to Him in all things.
Julina of Norwich
-Revelations of Divine Love
I pray that my children have a healthy self-image. They are confident in who they are. They understand that God's love makes them valuable. My children understand that who they are is determined by what You have declared them to be and not what others say about them. Your Word says that they are precious in Your sight. They are children of the Most High God. You have chosen them, and You have great plans for their lives.
My children are themselves as You see them. They see themselves as more than conquerors through Christ Jesus. They are the head and not the tail, above and not beneath, going over and not under. They see themselves as victorious and triumphant in life.
They are not filled with worry, anxiety, or self-doubt, but courage, boldness, and faith. They realize that they can do all things through Christ, who strengthens them. They think clearly and rationally. My children have a positive attitude and will not allow the circumstances of life to steal their peace.
I declare that my children are confident in their relationship with You, and therefore, they do not give in to thoughts and thoughts and temptations of insecurity.
In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen.
-My Children's Self-Image