I believe I give birth with faith and trust. I believe God has not given me a spirit of fear but of love, power and a sound mind. I believe that God is love, and perfect love casts out all fear. (2 Timothy 1:7)
I believe I am not afraid, fear has no hold over me, or place in me. Faith in God is there instead. (1 John 4:16 & 18)
I believe I have inner help. God is with me every step of the way. Praise the Lord, he will never leave me nor forsake me. (Deuteronomy 31:6)
I believe I love myself and my body. Psalm 139:14 says I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
I believe I am not ashamed of my body. God doesn’t make junk!
I believe I forgive myself. I’m a new creation, and am forgiven through Christ. Praise God! (2 Corinthians 5:17)
I believe I trust God for a smooth, easy birth.
I believe I trust my God-given body.
I believe I am not ashamed of my sexuality. It is a wonderful God-given gift. (Song of Solomon)
I believe I am not guilty; I am redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus! Praise God!
I believe I am innocent through Christ.
I believe I am not afraid of my God Given power. (Matthew 19:26)
I believe through God, I am powerful AND lovable
I believe I will love my baby into this world. God will do the hard work. I see my baby coming smoothly from my womb as God brings bub out. Psalm 22:9 and Psalm 71:6 says that He brings babies out of the womb. Yay!
I believe in my God-given ability to give birth safely and easily.
I believe I’m deserving of, and will have a pain-free, supernatural birth. If others can, so can I!
With God I am prepared to meet whatever turn my birthing takes. There is no reason for fear, whatsoever. I do not need to worry about a breech birth, stillbirth, baby getting stuck, premature baby, or anything else. God is greater than all of these things, and he can and will fix them – if needs be! Praise his precious Name.
I put all fear aside as I prepare for the birth of my baby.
My mind is relaxed; my body is relaxed.
I feel confident; I feel safe; I feel secure. Praise God for his all-encompassing love and sovereignty.
My muscles work in complete harmony to make birthing easier. Praise God that I am fearfully and wonderfully made, so that this can happen. (Psalm 139:14)
I fully relax and turn my birthing over to my baby, my body, and my God. I have faith in their guidance, and will listen and follow their lead.
Baby, you are positioned perfectly for a smooth, easy birth.
Each God-given surge of my body brings my baby closer to me.
I welcome my baby with happiness and joy.
As my baby is born, my blood vessels close to the appropriate degree.
I believe I am not fighting this in any way. This is God’s work.
I believe I am moving out of the way and allowing God to bless our family.