Look up Colossians 1:13 and Romans 8:29. Any series of the church is incomplete without purity. The word “church” means to be called out or set apart. As we seek to become more like Christ we are going to be different than the rest of the world.
Look up Psalms 16:8 and Matthew 22:37. We need to be resolved yet kind in our desire to put Christ first in our lives. If He is first, then the rest of our lives will go much better.
Look up Psalms 16:8. If we are going to leave a good church behind for our grandchildren, then we need to be resolved yet kind in our music as well. Look up Ephesians 5:19 and Colossians 3:16. If our music at church or at home doesn’t agree with that, then we should change it. We also need to be resolved in our dress standards. Look up Deuteronomy 22:5. We also need to be resolved in our joy. Look up Nehemiah 8:10. Christians should be the most joyful people since we have so much to be grateful for.
Look up Psalms 16:8, Acts 5:42 and Acts 20:20. Another thing that we need to be resolved yet kind about is our visitation and soul winning. The church would never grow and ultimately die if we stop going out and sharing the gospel with our friends and family. If we want to leave a church for our grandchildren, we have to be out inviting others to church.
Look up Psalms 16:8. While we need to be resolved in where we stand, we still need to be kind to anyone who may not agree with us. Keeping that in mind, there are six areas that we need to be resolved. We will only get to one today. In John 12:32 and Phil. 2:10 it says that we need to be praising and lifting up Jesus. Why would God do anything for us if we won’t thank Him for what He’s already done?