Prophesying or speaking affirmations is the fifth Christian prosperity principle for fighting poverty Biblically.
Since The tongue has the power of life and death (Proverbs 18:21) use the power in your mouth to speak life to your dead finances.
Magnify the power of your affirmations by using Bible verses as your affirmations because the Word of God is the Sword of the Spirit. (Ephesians 6:17)
We see another reason for using Scriptures as your Christian affirmations when God took Ezekiel to a valley which was filled with very many dead and dry bones and asked him, “Can these bones live?” (Ezekiel 37:3)
Ezekiel wisely answered by saying, "O God, You know." (Ezekiel 37:3)
God then said to Ezekiel, "Prophesy to these bones and say to them, 'O dry bones, hear the word of God!'" (Ezekiel 37:4)
Therefore, use Bible verses to prophesy over your dead and dry finances so that you can tell them, 'O dry finances, hear the word of God!'" (Adapted Ezekiel 37:4-5)
Bible verses that you can use to prophesy over your finances include:
I am blessed in the city and I am blessed in the country. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:3)
The produce of my ground is blessed, the increase of my herds is blessed and the offspring of my flocks is blessed. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:4)
You can paraphrase this Bible verse and say, The products of my companies are blessed, the expansion of my company is blessed and the dividends of my investments are blessed.
My basket and my kneading bowl are blessed. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:5) You can paraphrase this Bible verse and say, My accounts are blessed.
I am blessed when I come in and I am blessed when I go out. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:6)
I am prospering in all things and I am in good health just as my soul prospers. (Adapted 3 John 1:2)
God has commanded the blessing on my storehouse and in all to which I set my hand and He is blessing the land He has given me. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:8)
You can paraphrase this Bible verse and say, God has commanded the blessing to my stores and to everything I do with my hands and He is blessing the company He has given me.
I am beginning to prosper and I will continue prospering until I become very prosperous. (Adapted Genesis 26:13)
God is granting me plenty of goods in the increase of my livestock and in the produce of my land. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:11)
You can paraphrase this Bible verse and say, God is granting me plenty of goods in the increase of my stocks and the products of my company.
In all labor there is profit. (Proverbs 14:23)
God has opened to me His good treasure, the heavens to give rain my land in its season and to bless all the work of my hands. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:12)
You can paraphrase this Bible verse and say, God has opened His good treasure, the heavens to bless my company and to bless all the work of my hands.
I am becoming rich because I am diligent. (Adapted Proverbs 13:4)
I lend to many but I do not borrow. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:12)
God has made me the head and not the tail and I am above and not beneath. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:13)
Keep in mind that to reap these Deuteronomy 28 blessings that you are professing, you have to obey God’s commandments. (Deuteronomy 28:13-14)
Incase you are wondering if it is not a lie to say “I lend to many but I do not borrow” when you do not have a dime to your name, remind yourself that we are told, Let the weak say I am strong. (Joel 3:10)
Therefore prophesy over your finances by saying, “I lend to many but I do not borrow” if you have faith that God can make it come true in your life because Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. (Hebrews 11:1)
Continue confessing “I lend to many but I do not borrow” because By your words you will be justified and by your words you will be condemned. (Matthew 12:37)
And continue saying “I lend to many but I do not borrow” until you stop borrowing and start lending to many people because A man shall eat well by the fruit of his mouth. (Proverbs 13:2)