Posted On January 12, 2022

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by | Jan 12, 2022 | Featured, For Life and Godliness

If you are like me, you cannot remember a time when you were not making a New Year’s Resolution at the beginning of each new year. However, did you ever stop to think about why you were making such resolutions? Did you ever consider your own motivation behind it? It would seem that most do not. In this episode of For Life and Godliness, we are going to look at and consider the way Christians should make and approach resolutions. And since we are dealing with resolutions, it would be a disservice to you the listener not to discuss Jonathan Edwards and his 70 Resolutions. We hope and pray that this episode will encourage you to bring a new attitude and resolve when considering making New Year’s Resolutions.

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