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.
Stop wearing exhaustion as a badge of honor.
— Michael Lukaszewski (@mlukaszewski) April 1, 2015
Prayer gives every person regardless of class, influence, authority, age identical access to the attention of God
— Jason Kovacs (@jasonkovacs) April 1, 2015
The ability to deceive seems to indicate cleverness, but the desire and will to deceive indicate weakness. Descartes
— Philosophy Muse (@philosophy_muse) April 1, 2015
— David Small (@DaveyyOfficial) April 2, 2015
“Words without deeds are empty, but deeds without words are dumb.” Lesslie Newbigin, Mission in Christ’s Way
— Chris Pappalardo (@ChrisJPappa) April 2, 2015
Some want relationships without engaging in justice. Others want justice without relationship. Both fall short of the gospel.
— Bryan Loritts (@bcloritts) April 2, 2015
A man can’t be always defending the truth; there must be a time to feed on it. —CS Lewis
— Greg Breazeale (@PastorBreaz) April 2, 2015
Jesus pays close attention to the people we think matter least-those at the bottom of our pecking order. So Jesus scandalizes us once again.
— Marlena Graves (@MarlenaGraves) April 3, 2015
“Darkness fell, His friends scattered, hope seemed lost. But heaven just started counting to three.” – @bobgoff
— Jeremy Linneman (@jslinneman) April 3, 2015
“If more people valued home above gold, this world would be a merry place.” -The Hobbit
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) April 4, 2015