This is the time of year when that one word crops up in conversation, resolution, to make a firm determination to do something, usually to do something better or different from the year before. Personally, I no longer make New Year’s resolutions. I tend to set goals too far out of my reach leading to a sense of failure and disappointment. There must be a better solution. Mary Fairchild found one and wrote about. I would love to reproduce her New Year’s poem here but do not have her permission. So, click on the clock (that has a nice ring to it) to read her thoughts about broken promises, empty words, and the power of God’s Word. I think her solution is much better than the norm. (Matthew 5:37, John 15:5, Romans 12:2)
Happy New Year! May yours be full of contentment and peace!