I do like the resolutions which John Piper has posted over at Desiring God, originally from Clyde Kilby, a professor of English Literature at Wheaton College, whose “plea was that we stop being unamazed by the strange glory of ordinary things”.
And if you would like to read some good literature, in an old book, with a little input, this month at the EQUIP book club we are reading through The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, with notes from Susannah Macready, who did her doctoral thesis on The Scarlet Letter and it’s engagement with seventeenth-century American Puritan Theology. It looks to be all very interesting. I got a copy of the book for Christmas and am looking forward to reading along (and need to start soon!).