For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen,
unto the glory of God by us. 2 Corinthians 1:20 The word Amen means trustworthy, surely.
Jesus is the surety of every promise of God.
When we pray “in Jesus name, Amen” we are proclaiming that through the love and merit of Christ, through His delivering power, this prayer will be answered.
Since all the promises of God are Yes and Amen—the promises of God can be declared as absolutely true. So why not proclaim the promises for the reality they truly express in our lives?
I have found this to be very powerful when I am facing challenges at work, which recently have required dealing with intense emotions of employees.
Instead of saying ‘I feel afraid and help me through this’ I pour my feelings and needs out to Him (Psalm 62:8) and practice declaring the truth:
You are leading me to Wisdom in this dilemma, to see what I need to see and to apply principles of truth. James 1:5
I am able to do what You ask me to do;
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 2:13
You have equipped me deal with the conflict of this moment. Psalm 18:34-35
You have given me the feet of a deer—the agility to navigate the steep and rough terrain
of life with Grace. Psalm 18:33
All things—including this situation I will be facing, are working together for good. Romans 8:28
I am at peace because You Are dealing bountifully with me. Psalm 116:7
Every problem and challenging circumstance that looms so large in our lives pales before the promises, the everlasting commitments of God and Christ.
The power of Deliverance is able to triumph in our hearts. 2 Corinthians 2:14
In Jesus name, AMEN.