Daily Decrees for Provision, Anxiety, Insecurity, Depression

Updated: Mar 7, 2019

Have you ever felt that there were so many areas in your life that you needed to work on that you just didn’t know where to start?? Yep…been there.

Earlier this year, my pastor taught a series about the power of words and how the environment literally has to shift in order to make our words manifest. After hearing that message, I wrote a list of the things in my life that I was struggling with and began using my words to speak those things into (or out of) existence.

At the time, I found that I struggled with 4 specific things. I opted for the “all at once” route as opposed to the whole “one at a time” thing. (Hey, I wanted simultaneous breakthroughs!) So I came up with this acronym, P.A.I.D., which stands for provision, anxiety, insecurity, and depression. I cultivated some daily (sometimes hourly) decrees that lined up with the Word of God to speak over myself and cause a positive shift in these areas. I did this every morning, every night, and sometimes throughout the day depending my mental and emotional state for that day.  

You guys… these decrees WORKED! As long as you have faith and consistency, I have no doubt that they will work for you too!

A word of advice! It’s important to speak these things in present tense and not future tense. The Word says to believe that you have already received the things that you are believing for. Speak these decrees as if they are already happening- claim it as truth right now!


  • I have the power, ability, and authority to produce wealth.

Deuteronomy 8:18

  • Everything I touch prospers; I have surplus, overflow, and more than enough.

Deuteronomy 28:8

  • Because I seek the Lord for my needs, I lack nothing.

Psalm 34:10

  • I tithe cheerfully and faithfully and the Lord opens the heavens and pours out so many blessings over me that I don’t even have room for it all!

Malachi 3:10

  • My resources easily fund my lifestyle and the Kingdom in a big, bold way.

Luke 6:38


  • I am strong, courageous, and unshaken. With God on my team, nothing can defeat me!

Deuteronomy 31:6