Making Declarations About Tomorrow

Making Declarations About Tomorrow

Scriptural Support

  • “But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15).
  • “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him” (I Corinthians 2:9).
  • “One thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead” (Philippians 3:13).


  • Tomorrow is going to be one of the best days of my life.
  • I will wake up with strong faith, strong love and strong hope in my heart.
  • I will exercise, eat right, drink much water and laugh frequently tomorrow.  
  • God’s kingdom will advance everywhere I go and in everything I do.
  • I will be extremely effective in my work tomorrow.
  • I will have life-changing secret place times with the Lord tomorrow.
  • My past prayers will be working mightily tomorrow in every situation that concerns me.
  • Right now I demolish double-mindedness or lack of enthusiasm about any activity, appointment or meeting I have tomorrow.
  • I will reach forward tomorrow to the things that are ahead of me.
  • There is nothing I will face tomorrow that I won’t be victorious in.
  • I will make great decisions tomorrow in every situation I face.

Lies To Laugh At

  • I will need to wait until tomorrow to determine how I feel in order for me to know if it is going to be a good day.
  • Making declarations today will not affect the quality of my tomorrow. 

Wisdom to add to the your declarations

  1. Build faith through very specific declarations – We can release great faith for everything we do tomorrow by declaring over each activity we plan do. As we make declarations, faith will rise in your heart toward what you will do. This faith will cause greater impact to occur.
  2. Take time to plan – Five minutes of planning for tomorrow will dramatically increase the likelihood of success for the day. We can make sure that we have included in our schedule the activities that really matter.
  3. Learn from today – During your planning and declaring for tomorrow, ask God this question: “What did I learn from today that will help me have a better tomorrow?” He loves answering that question.

From the book, Declarations.