Friday, January 16, 2015

2015 Resolutions


Long overdue, I know it. I haven't blogged in a month and I have way too much to catch up on. But grace abounds, and I couldn't be more thankful for it.

Before I get any more behind with January quickly moving, I wanted to write about my New Year's Resolutions.

I had a little party with some of my favorite people to ring in the new year, and we all sat down and made some resolutions or goals for the upcoming year.

Mine? To stop listening to the lies of the devil.


I so easily listen to his lies. And I want to stop. It's an every day struggle of mine. It's so easy to listen to them. One of my favorite posts is this one where I talk about the voices that I hear and that I actually listen to. (No, I'm not schizophrenic. It's called Satan.)

I am currently reading "This Present Darkness" by Frank Peretti. It's an old book, but I can't recommend it enough. It's a fictional book about a non-fictional topic. Spiritual warfare. Stop what you're doing and go grab it. It's helped me really understand and get a look at what it looks like if we could actually pull the veil back and see what warfare goes on for our lives.

What resolutions did you make for this year?

9 comments:

  1. Such a wonderful resolution! I'm inspired!

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  2. Thank you, Stacia! We'll see how it goes! I'm hopefully gonna continue to post about my progress as I try to work through this!

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  3. Love this resolution photoshoot! Too fun.

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  4. That's a great resolution. I have four this year: start and keep up with my "big girl" blog, get into the best shape of my life, cultivate a more personal relationship with God, and make progress with my debt.

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  5. Awww thank you! It was fun to have friends over and play around with little props and our resolutions!

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  6. That's great Charlie! I read that book in high school. Its so good!

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  7. Those are some great goals! I definitely wanna keep up with my blog too!

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