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.
"Let every heart prepare him room." He will evict every fear, resentment, malice, and annoyance because he takes up the whole thing.
— Jared C. Wilson (@jaredcwilson) December 20, 2013
There's no observable difference between a dysfunctional Christian and a non-Christian at the point of the Christian's dysfunctionality.
— Carl Ellis, Jr. (@CarlEllisJr) December 22, 2013
Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance – George Bernard Shaw
— Science Quotes (@ScienceQuotes2) December 20, 2013
Bad evangelism says: I'm right, you're wrong, and I would love to tell you about it. – @timkellernyc
— Micah Fries (@micahfries) December 17, 2013
"Idolatry . . . was invented to provide sinners with gods they can worship while remaining their own masters." J. I. Packer
— Mark Dever (@MarkDever) December 19, 2013
Your "definition" of a "mature disciple" should be able to be fulfilled by any Christian in any context at any time.
— Seth McBee (@sdmcbee) December 19, 2013
And two because they’re funny…
"Raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies are the main reason I have trust issues."
— RickThomas.Net (@RickThomasNet) December 16, 2013
I love when people use the word "literally," in a figurative way. e.g. When a pastor says the church is literally exploding.
— Justin Lathrop (@justinlathrop) December 17, 2013