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.
Your life as a Christian should make non believers question their disbelief in God.
— John Lanferman (@johnlanferman) November 11, 2015
“If you demand perfection or nothing, you will always end up with nothing.” #Schaeffer
— Walter Strickland (@w_strickland) November 18, 2015
If I could hear Christ praying for me in the next room, I would not fear a million enemies. —Robert Murray M'Cheyne
— Tabletalk Magazine (@Tabletalk) November 19, 2015
Don’t fear the humbling of repentance – fear the pride and hard-heartedness of putting it off. #ButNowISee
— James MacDonald (@jamesmacdonald) November 19, 2015
Random acts of greatness pale in comparison to habitual acts of faithfulness.
— Ann Voskamp (@AnnVoskamp) November 19, 2015
If I read Jonah correctly, God's prophets often loathe God's love for people who are enemies of God's people.
— Rob Tims (@robertltjr) November 19, 2015
A good leader is a person who takes a little more than his share of the blame and a little less than his share of the credit. – John Maxwell
— Art Rainer (@ArtRainer) November 19, 2015
"Interestingly, God's remedy for Elijah's depression was not a refresher course in theology but food and sleep." – Os Guinness
— Jared C. Wilson (@jaredcwilson) November 21, 2015
— Jeremy Dager (@jjdager) November 22, 2015
"Jesus died the death you should have died, which one of your idols would do that?"- @nathanrose33
— Steven Leatherbury (@SLeatherbury) November 22, 2015