Faith Statement For Job Application

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A faith statement for job application is a very powerful tool for you to use when applying for your next job. More than just an affirmation, your words contain the power of God when spoken with Faith. It is easy to get discouraged when our job applications keep getting ignored or rejected. Don’t lose hope and just agree with the “no’s”. A statement of faith is what will help you push through the negative noise in your mind and keep you in the faith until that dream job is yours! In this post, you’ll find some tips on how to write your own faith statement for your job application.

What is a good statement of faith?

A good statement of faith is one that is proclaimed in confident faith. You could have the most compelling eloquent statement of faith in the world with all the right words, but if you don’t have faith, there’ll be no power and you’ll see no results. Faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see (Hebrews 11:1). If you don’t have confidence you don’t have faith, and if you don’t have faith you won’t see the miraculous in your life. Choosing to have faith in God is just one decision away. Make the decision right now that you will take God for what He says. Being confident of this will enable you to move forward in faith and see His promises fulfilled in your life. The best statement of faith is the one that when it is said or read, is done with absolute confidence that what you’ve hoped for will happen. It is proclaimed with the assurance that your dream job that God has for you is yours even when you don’t see it yet.

What is a statement of faith example?

Here’s an example of a statement of faith that you can use right now for those who are sending through their job application right at this moment: “Thank you, Lord Jesus, that you are leading me to the job where I grow in my purpose, destiny, and strengths. I commit all my plans, ideas, and dreams to you and trust you now to order my steps right to the job you have for me next. You empower me to rule and reign in life. Thank you Jesus that you allow me to be an asset to the organization and a blessing to everyone within it. I thank you for the opportunity to grow and shape the gifts that you have placed within me. As I send this application, I bind every evil spirit trying to withhold and steal from me in Jesus’ name. I release the angels assigned to me to go and enforce my petition, helping to prioritize my application so that it is seen by the right person at the right time. I believe I receive in Jesus’ name. Amen.”

How do you write a statement of faith?

A faith statement needs to be based on the Word of God. The Word of God represents God’s covenant with you, it is something you can stand on confidently because we know that all His promises are yes and amen (2 Corinthians 1:20). When you know God’s Word, you know God’s Will. If you’re not convinced that God is your source, provider, partner, and guide, you won’t have the confidence to pray according to His will. Once you learn what His Will is towards you, and get it in your heart, confidence will come. Look for scriptures to stand on The scriptures in the Bible represent God’s promises to us. These promises give us the confidence to claim our requests. Here are some scriptures that you can use as a foundation to encourage you and know God’s Will for you is good: For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11 The Lord has preordained a plan for you to prosper in every area of your life. His will for you is to prosper! Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:6-7 Don’t let fear enter your mind, rather pray to God, thanking Him in advance for what you want. His peace will fill all your being! Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-7 As you acknowledge Him in everything you do, He will establish all your plans. Invite Him into your plans. Submit your ideas and thoughts to him. When you need redirection or correction, He’ll do it. Trust God and His word, don’t just rely on your own opinions or thoughts. The steps of a man are ordered by the LORD who takes delight in his journey. Though he falls, he will not be overwhelmed, for the LORD is holding his hand. I once was young and now am old, yet never have I seen the righteous abandoned or their children begging for bread. They are ever generous and quick to lend, and their children are a blessing. Psalm 37:23-26 Know that every step you take in faith is ordered by God. He promises you that He won’t put you in a situation that you are not capable of handling (with Him), and that He will make you a blessing as you put your trust in Him. Write a list of what you want If there’s something specific about the kind of job you want (ie. the areas you want to grow, the location of your work, the name of the company), make sure to write it down. Write all your ideas, your dreams, and expectations about your next job. The more specific you can be, the better! God wants you to be specific in your request. Don’t be afraid to ask your Heavenly Father for what you need. Come to Him as a confident child, knowing He knows what you need even before you ask. You don’t need to know all the answers, but you need to know what you want. Commit your list to the Lord in prayer Once you’ve written down your list, commit it to the Lord. Acknowledge Him in all the things you’ve written down and He’ll establish your plans (Proverbs 16:3). During this process, ask the Holy Spirit if there’s anything you need to add, edit or remove. He will speak to you. Listen for His voice in your conscience, and follow peace. Ask for the supernatural peace of God to settle questions in your mind. And let the peace (soul harmony which comes) from Christ rule (act as umpire continually) in your hearts [deciding and settling with finality all questions that arise in your minds, in that peaceful state]…Colossians 3:15 AMPC Make it personal Personalize your list and turn it into a declaration of faith, just as if it was a “done deal” – because it is! God said it, so you can count on it. For example, if one of the items on your list is “15 minutes walk from home”, turn it into “thank you Lord Jesus that my new job is 15 minutes walk from my home”. Or it could be “I thank you Jesus that I have a job with good access to public transport”. Working on your faith statement for a job application will keep you focused and patient in your faith to get the job you desire. The statement of faith for your job application should be personal to you and will come through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Say it as often as possible. The more you say it, the more faith will rise within you, and you’ll be set up for success! Amen.