A Meditation for Anxiety & Low Self-Worth using Psalm 27:1

This is a reflective meditation for emotional well-being particularly relating to reducing anxiety, insecurity and low self-worth.

I wrote this after meditating on Psalm 27:1 and it has been a huge blessing to me and others who I have spoken it over or read it to.

The meditation also includes scripture references which came to my mind as I was writing the words and is a great starting point for you to look deeper into the symbolism used within the meditation.

I have also recorded myself reading it in both the first and second person if you wish to hear it spoken over you or simply close your eyes and let the words minister to you.  Download MP3/Audio version

I would love to hear of how the message blesses you so please feel free to get in touch with me.

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 The LORD [is] my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
The LORD [is] the strength (stronghold) of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

Psalm 27:1 AV

The I AM, the Eternal, the All Becoming One is the Light within me.

His Light has always been in me ever since the moment I entered into the world. (John 1: 4 and 9)

He has not left me, neither has He forsaken me, His heart is set to save me and deliver me.  He is my Saviour, Yeshuati.

My heart rejoices that such a One could delight in me, my inner man leaps for joy within my womb (Luke 1:44), the depth of my being at the sound and imprint of His voice holding me up, establishing me, keeping me firm.
I am deep-rooted.

He is my fortress (stronghold), strong walls that surround His preciousness and glory within me.  My life is in Him, and He is the essence of my life.

My life is an exquisite jewel gleaming in brilliance from the Light that shines from within and O, how my Saviour delights in protecting His precious Treasure!

No weapon shall touch me, no enemy can have me, no device can succeed against me, I am in a Place of Safety, a Place of Shalom.

I have nothing to fear, His love surrounds me, holding me in, keeping me safe, held tightly in the fist of His hand. (John 10:28-30)

I sit here, I rest here on this Cushion of Honour, my broad place, my safe place, a place just for me.  And I exhale (inhale deeply and then exhale), breathing out all fear, trepidation, uncertainty and anxiety as I choose to rest in His Shalom.  (Psalm 139:18)

 © Copyright 2013 Florence Achama Ukpabi| On the Road to Healing

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