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.
One of the biggest mistakes some men called to ministry make is rush their wife to a place where God hasn't moved her soul
— Dr. Eric Mason (@pastoremase) October 28, 2014
Why watering down the Gospel never works: "It turns out that people who don't want Christianity don't want almost-Christianity." Dr. R Moore
— Gary Thomas (@garyLthomas) December 3, 2014
It's never the sin you commit or the mistake you make that gets you into serious trouble; it's your unwillingness to deal with it. M Hyatt
— Leslie Vernick (@leslievernick) December 3, 2014
Sin IS the evidence of the systemic oppression in our world today. Saints are 2 Cor. 5:17 souls living in an Eph. 2:1-3 worldly system.
— D.A. Horton (@da_horton) December 3, 2014
The hardest thing is to resist violent imaginations when ppl continue 2 b violent towards your ppl. Jesus give me peace but never passivity
— P. Keys (@iampkeys) December 3, 2014
What deadens us most to God’s presence within us is the
inner dialogue, the endless chatter. @Fred_Buechner
— cнυcĸ degroaт (@chuckdegroat) December 4, 2014
Been thinking about what it means & looks like to "overcome evil with good". One thing is for sure, silence & neutrality won' get us there.
— Drew G. I. Hart (@DruHart) December 5, 2014
You can tell a man is clever by his answers. You can tell a man is wise by his questions. -Naguib Mahfouz
— Will Mancini (@willmancini) December 5, 2014
"If our eyes are always looking for weakness, we begin to lose our intuition to notice beauty." Jay O’Callahan
— Carl Sheldon (@carlsheldon) December 7, 2014