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.
Everything in the Bible is either preparation for the gospel, presentation of the gospel, or participation in the gospel.
— Matt Capps (@MattCapps) November 10, 2014
Dear small church pastor doing hard ministry w little fruit, persecuted, lonely, not celebrated on Twitter or high traffic blogs,
— Eric Schumacher (@emschumacher) November 12, 2014
"Belief is not something you do with your brain. Belief is something you do with your life." @PaulTripp
— The Gospel Project (@Gospel_Project) November 12, 2014
When Jesus called us friends, it blew all the categories.
— Rondi Lauterbach (@feastonChrist) November 13, 2014
I'm learning is that I am not that powerful. I don't override the sovereignty of God. He can even use my mistakes for my good. Let's Go!
— Kirk Franklin (@kirkfranklin) November 13, 2014
Newton – I am not what I want to be, nor what I ought to be, nor what I will be, but I am not what I was and by God's grace I am what I am.
— Geoffrey Dennis (@GeoffreyDennis) November 13, 2014
"Humility is not an ideal; it is the unconscious result of being rightly related to God." Oswald Chambers, Biblical Psychology
— Dr. Harry Schaumburg (@lastport) November 14, 2014
To share your weakness is to make yourself vulnerable; to make yourself vulnerable is to show your strength. Criss Jami #imbpray
— IMB_Pray (@IMB_Pray) November 15, 2014
Apologetics sometimes demands an apology for credibility, humility, & honesty
— Bob Roberts Jr. ن (@bobrobertsjr) November 15, 2014