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New Year Resolutions

Year 2005 is soon to end. What resolutions do you think must we have for us to become better citizens, better people and better Christians as the year 2006 unfolds?

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My resolution this year is not to make a resolution.

Happy New Year all
---Rev_Herb on 4/20/08

The Book of James says it best...Be Doers...not passive and well wishers.
---Michael on 8/11/07

Canda ... we cannot get away from the fact that a new calendar year starts on January 1st. Even though it has no religious significance, I see nothing wrong in usuing that secular point in time to take time to look ahead to the next decular year.
---alan8869_of_UK on 1/19/06

New Years celebration is not from Jehovah. It is a pagan tradition beinging in the new year. Jehovah wants us to serve him year in & year out, we change& grow daily, why make a "new yr"resalution when we can make a goal daily?
---canda3996 on 1/19/06

What a great way to start a new year though, with a deeper commitment to our Savior. After all, Christians are fond of "making all things new". God bless you all in this new year.
---mike on 12/28/05

We are to be resolute every single day, and not just commit at the beginning of every year.
---Eloy on 12/27/05

Long time Willow! How are you bro? Write if you have a spare moment.

New Year's resolutions...hmmmm does anybody ever keep them?
I do plan to annoy Elder more than in 2005, does that count?
---NVBarbara on 12/27/05

A-men the that my brother Herb

GOD bless you as well
---willow on 12/27/05

I resolve to read my Bible for breakfast,lunch and dinner..and pray without ceasing. By doing that everything else should follow.
---Lynn_Bedford77 on 12/27/05

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