What's Your New Year's Resolution For 2021?

New Hope For The Future, Starting Big, Be Healthy, Be The Best Version Of Yourself Or End The Negativity Of 2020 #NewYearsEve 

7 Answers

  • Pearl
    Lv 7
    2 months ago
    Favourite answer

    thinking of visiting other churches, i never have anyone to spend time with at the ones i go to

  • 1 month ago

    At this point, it is to get through 2021 as unscathed as possible.

  • 2 months ago

    My top priority resolutions are about learning two new skills in 2021 ,building a stronger personality mentally as well as physically and also work smarter so as not to live on my sole salary.

    But one thing is to say these are my resolutions and at the end of the year the mojority of us are not able to achieve even the one tenth of we set as goals months back.this usually happens because we don't the methods,the tips,i would say the methodology to select our goals,set them appropriately and accomplish them successfully. I' ve recently come accross a guide that details all this methodology ,it also includes interesting resources.You can get it for free download at this link: https://gofile.io/d/Mh5ip3  

  • tony
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Each New Year offers time to reflect and move forward in God's purpose and promises in your life. This past year may have brought plenty of unexpected challenges for you, but the beginning of a new year offers a time of renewed hope and commitment. You can look forward to the coming year as you recall God's love and faithfulness. Instead of focusing on resolutions, focus on your relationship with God!

    I will ask God for strength and will trust that His grace is sufficient to provide what I need. And I will pray for wisdom and direction ...Dear Lord, As a new year begins, I look to You for our hope, joy and peace. Give me the courage to do all that You ask of me. Please also make me brave to not do what isn’t from You. Show me how to walk in grace and embrace Your love for me even more. In Jesus' Name, amen.

    Dear Lord, More of You is what I need… more of You and less of me muscling through this life of faith another year. I am weak, but You are strong. That’s why I don’t need more resolve this new year, I simply need more of You. In Jesus' revolutionizing Name, Amen. 

    Through deep waters and difficult rivers and oppressive heat, You promise You will be with me. May my actions prove Your promises this year. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    I hope to be able to get a new job that is Monday though Friday and on first shift that pays more money and a better future for me. I plan on going to Church EVERY Sunday, or at least not miss more than 2 or 3 during the whole year! I missed a lot of Sundays in Church this past year but my Church and most others were closed for over 2 months because of covid. I missed many others but that is not normal for me. I LOVE going to Church IN PERSON! I like getting dressed up and worshipping with others as it is no fun to do it at home! If I don't get to my home Church that week I will visit another Church. I know that many people are not going right now in person but hopefully once they get covid under control, people will start going again and others that didn't go before start going to Church! I absolutely love Church and of course go on Sunday mornings and if we has Sunday and or a mid week service, I would go to those as well! I have visited other Churches on Saturday nights and often go to mine on Sunday mornings as well as other Churches later on Sunday morning as I usually go to the early service. Going to Church makes me really happy and I don't have a problem going multiple times in a week as I love it so much! If more people would start going to Church again after we get everything under control, it will be better for everyone! I love Church as it really does help me keep going!!

  • 2 months ago

    I was learns the grammer and applies to Yahoo Answers in 2021. 

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