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.
“The Spirit’s more difficult work in our lives is to help us act like children, trust like children, pray like children.” — JulieCanlis
— Austin Stone CC (@StoneCounseling) February 24, 2015
If all we talk about with the Holy Spirit is “conviction of sin”, we reduce The Comforter to a bad-news-bearer.
— howertonjosh (@howertonjosh) February 25, 2015
If you treat your church like a business, you will treat other churches like competition.
— jaredcwilson (@jaredcwilson) February 26, 2015
The victorious Christian life is not a sinless life, but a repentant life.
— Trevin Wax ن (@TrevinWax) February 27, 2015
Serving others gives us a break from ourselves.
— Sean Brown (@ragamuffinrev) February 27, 2015
Church should be so full of laughter and unbridled joy that outsiders press their noses against our windows longing to get into the party.
— Ray Cortese (@RayCortese) February 27, 2015
You are not what you think you are…what you think, you are… #think15
— Curt Collins (@cj13collins) February 28, 2015
If we are too embarrassed by the ‘hard things’ of scripture the chances are we are not empathizing with God. – Carson #THINK15
— Chris Roberts (@echrisroberts) February 28, 2015
There is no on/off switch to our worship. It is always on. The question then becomes where our worship is directed (see Rom. 1:25).
— The Gospel Project (@Gospel_Project) March 1, 2015
“If you don’t know where you’re from, you’ll have a hard time saying where you’re going.” Wendell Berry
— sally lloyd-jones (@sallylloydjones) March 1, 2015