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.
Pride presumes, but love listens.
— Thomas Brewer (@thomasbrewer) March 12, 2016
What makes a song congregational? A singable, memorable, and accessible melody. What makes a song beneficial? The Gospel within that melody.
— Jamie Brown (@_jamiebrown) March 14, 2016
“The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because generally they're the same people” G.K. Chesterton
— Rev Dr Mae E Cannon (@reverendmae) March 16, 2016
A single day in hell will be worse than a whole life spent carrying the cross- it may cost much to be a Christian but be sure it pays -Ryle
— Billy Lowe (@BillyLowe1) March 17, 2016
Painful truths are only made more painful when they are minimized, excused, or covered up.
— Boz Tchividjian (@BozT) March 17, 2016
"God works & we work, his work fueling our work, our work joining his work. Without God, I can't. Without me, God won't." @sammyrhodes
— Matt Ross (@MattRossKY) March 18, 2016
The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it's easier to say “My tooth is aching” than “My heart is broken”. CSLewis
— C. S. Lewis (@CSLewisDaily) March 21, 2016
Last year there were 398 baptisms in Vermont. 331 of those are from churches planted in last 5 years.
— Kevin Ezell (@kevezell) March 21, 2016
It was liberating to understand that prayer involved a learning process. I was set free to question, experiment, even to fail.
— Richard Foster (@FosterEveryday) March 22, 2016