I remember my only resolution (because I suck at them) was to memorise the entirety of Romans 8. Unfortunately, I am fairly embarrassed and ashamed to say I did not succeed, especially since I had so much time at home to study it. This year, though, I’m thinking of having the same resolution, but will also aim to continue uploading my Bible reading onto YouTube, and continue sharing the gospel online via Twitch. Whether or not I succeed in the latter part of that will be quite easy to see. Please feel free to keep me accountable.
Perhaps my biggest resolution, however, should remain to love the triune God of the Bible with all my heart, mind, soul, strength — my entire being — and glorify Him alone.
It’s been a really difficult year, I know, for so many people. But for me, looking back on 2020, I have nothing but gratitude. There has been a lot that has gone wrong, but focusing on the negative and dwelling on the disappointments will not change the outcome and might only cause me to fall into despair. So, instead, I just want to take time to give thanks for the year that we’ve had.
During Sunday School, our pastor gave us a few prompts to consider and reflect upon. We were encouraged to come up with 1-3 top things for each. I enjoyed this activity a lot, feel free to try it for yourself as well! :)
What are some things you celebrated or found joy in this year?
Exercising and improving my health/time of rest
Extended honeymoon period/spending a lot more time with hubs due to Jacky working from home
What are some significant things you learned or ways you grew?
I really lack self-discipline and that is one of the major ways I’d like to grow in
Not take basic necessities for granted – i.e. toilet paper, milk, eggs, canned foods
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, my darlings!
I hope you all enjoyed your festive celebrations :) Did you get up to much?
Did you get much for Christmas? I’m super tempted to buy a new camera (this camera, to be specific) so I can take prettier photos to show you all. What’d you think?
Here are some of the highlights from my past couple of months: