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.
'happiness doesn’t come by controlling your circumstances but by controlling your allegiances' – timothy keller
— Matt Papa (@matt_papa) May 12, 2016
— Carrie Kintz (@CarrieKintz) May 17, 2016
One of the greatest presents you can give your child is to be present.
— Mark Merrill (@MarkMerrill) May 20, 2016
“Stories are verbal acts of hospitality.” #EugenePeterson
— Eugene Peterson (@PetersonDaily) May 22, 2016
What makes any church compelling isn't the talent of the band or the oratory of the preacher, but the quality of the relationships.
— Sam Allberry (@SamAllberry) May 22, 2016
"What is the difference between worry and prayer? Worry spirals in on self. Prayer goes somewhere. It goes to someone." – David Powlison
— CCEF (@ccef) May 22, 2016
"I'd rather learn what some men really think about their justification [before God] from their prayers than their writings." – John Owen
— Nick Batzig (@Nick_Batzig) May 24, 2016
When we long for excitement and deeper connection in marriage, the answer isn’t a new person, but a fresh appreciation of the “old” one.
— Randy Alcorn (@randyalcorn) May 24, 2016
Telling lies is like buying lottery tickets. It's the next one that'll get you out.
— Josh Navey (@joshnavey) May 24, 2016