Jonathan Edwards, one of our countries greatest preachers, and the first president of Princeton; made a habit of guiding his life by resolutions. At age 17, he penned 21 resolutions by which he would live his life. He continued to add to this list until, by his death, he had 70 resolutions. He put at the top of his list: “Being sensible that I am unable to do anything without God’s help, (Phil. 4:13).