by Greg Laurie
As we arrive at the beginning of a New Year, we often make resolutions. Many of them involve either losing weight or getting in better shape. But I hope those are not the only things we are resolving to do.
I read a list of resolutions made by different people who had to become more realistic with the passing of time. For instance, a person who was thinking about his weight gain resolved in 2001 to get his weight down to below 170. In 2002, he said he would watch his calories until his weight was below 200. And in 2003, he resolved to follow a new diet until he got below 220. In 2004, he said he was going to develop a more realistic attitude about weight loss.