There is great value in saying something in a memorable, concise manner. Twitter has caused us to make this a near spiritual discipline. For my own growth (as a generally verbose individual… that’s a long way of saying “wordy”) and for the benefit of others, I highlight tweets each week that deliver a big message in a few words.
The heart is a deep well. Questions lower the bucket. Listening draws up the water. Wisdom does both, over and over, before speaking.
— Gunner Gundersen (@GunnerGundersen) September 7, 2014
— Nancy Wolgemuth (@NancyDeMoss) October 6, 2014
— jonathanholmes (@jonathanholmes) October 6, 2014
"No story has power, nor will it last, unless we feel in ourselves that it is true and true of us.”
— Jon Tyson (@JonTyson) October 7, 2014
The praying life isn't a less busy life, but a less busy heart. @_PaulEMiller
— Bethany Jenkins (@BethanyJenkins) October 9, 2014
Superficiality is the curse of our age. The desperate need is not for intelligent or gifted people, but deep people. R Foster
— Jeremy Linneman (@jslinneman) October 9, 2014
In Scripture, to "remember" has less to do with bare facts, & more to do with how the gracious acts of God stir the affections.
— Jesse Owens (@JesseFOwens) October 9, 2014
"Women flourish in the church when men care about women flourishing in the church." @jenniferwilkin
— Greg Wilson (@gregwilson) October 9, 2014
Live in the Land of Comparison and you'll never know who you are, just who you aren't. And you will hate yourself for who you aren't.
— JR Vassar (@jrvassar) October 11, 2014
It takes conversion for we perfectionists to see our weakness as places of safety in Christ instead of flaws to be beat into submission.
— Greg Brewer (@revgregbrewer) October 12, 2014