In the Name of the Lord Jesus, I thank You for the Galatians 2:20 experience. Thank You because I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless, I live, yet not I, but Christ lives in me. Christ is the Life I now live in the flesh. The Life I now live, I live by the faith of the Son of God who loved me and gave Himself for me.

I thank You for Your substitution, identification and union with me. Thank You for the death of Jesus Christ on the cross, which is my death. I was co-crucified with Him. I decree that my human body is a vehicle of expression of Christ, by His own faith – the faith of the Son of God who loved me in dying for me. All that constitutes the earthly life has been crucified, annulled and cancelled from my life. The old man, the unregenerate self, died at the cross in the death of Christ.

The cross has become the reference and basis of my identity. I live in total surrender to You. I live a life of consecration and dedication to You. I am changed and transformed from glory to glory because my mind is renewed and there’s been a change in my personality. My definition of self is centered on Christ. Who I thought I was, the ‘I’ principle, has been defined. I no longer live for ‘I, me and myself’. I am free from a self, egocentric oriented life. The substitution and identification of Christ has redefined me. It is no longer I that live, but the ‘I’ that live is Christ, and He expresses Himself through me daily.  

My life and all that concerns me is driven by Christ. Christ has become the new ‘I’. The way I think, speak, and perceive things is Christ. I experience the crucifixion process in my life daily and experience the glorification of Christ. My identity comes from my union with Him. My concept of life, joy, and peace comes from Him. Christ lives in me as a dynamic expression of His life.

I am mature in this accurate knowledge. I am free from the thought of loneliness and helplessness. I believe Christ in me can do all I could not do by myself. Christ lives His life in me, through me, and as me. I have become to God what Christ is. All that He is I am; all that is His is mine; wherever He is, I am. Because He is Lord of all, I am Lord of all. He has given me the same pre-eminence He has over the world and its systems.

I do not live a life independent from this reality.  I live far above the pressure, circumstances, and situations that come from the outer life. Christ is risen and I was raised with Him; I have been glorified with Him and I am seated with Him. He has taken my inability by taking upon Himself my humanity, yet remaining God. I decree He is the very essence of my life. Those who see me have seen Christ. I believe and live in this consciousness, in the Name of the Lord Jesus,