Is the essence of your take-on-Scripture that it is about your resolution: the act of determining to do better? Or, is the essence of your take-on-Scripture that it is about God’s resolution: His sharpening our eyes to His both determining and fulfilling all things in Christ?
It could easily be the former and that would be quite natural, in keeping with the Flesh. As for the latter, this would be in keeping with the Spirit, in accord with the Gospel, the New Covenant.
The Spirit gives and interprets His word, so that we might understand how God has resolved to deal with our sin and open our eyes to see, increasingly with higher resolution, His righteousness in the face of Christ in all of Scripture. Christ as both the Promise and Fulfillment of all Scripture!
The Spirit’s single means to opening our eyes, giving us the high-def resolution, is all of Scripture being read through the lens of the New Covenant (the Gospel). If we miss this means, that, the Spirit gives in-sight by/thru the New Covenant, which is Jesus himself (Isa.42.6; 49.8; Mt.26.28; Lk.22.20; 1Cor.11.25; Heb.13.20; ), we miss the Big Picture made up of the many pixels. We end up missing the Picture for the pixels. We end up with the low-def resolution, seeing things as if they were essentially about our “being resolved” (a pixel).