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.
— Martin Luther King (@mlkquotes) January 21, 2012
MLK Day is more than just a day off work or from school. Its about a dream that he had and a reality I get to live pic.twitter.com/4Hnu2dpwCZ
— @Djpdogg #IntheMix (@DJPdogg) January 20, 2014
People are most impacted by conversations with you where they do most of the talking. Ask great questions & then listen.
— Brad Lomenick (@bradlomenick) January 19, 2014
Many people would sooner die than think; In fact, they do so.
— Bertrand Russell (@B_RussellQuotes) January 14, 2014
It doesn’t take much insight to see that teenagers and long explanations don’t go well. You want to have conversations not explanations.
— Jay Younts (@Shepblog) January 16, 2014
If I die tomorrow, I'll be with Jesus. If not, he'll be with me. –@CraigEEllis
— John Starke (@john_starke) January 17, 2014
Wives: kids eventually are supposed to leave and husbands are supposed to stay. Prioritize your life and heart accordingly
— Gary Thomas (@garyLthomas) January 19, 2014
“If motivational preaching can motivate only as far as the flesh goes, gospel preaching motivates as far as God goes.” @JonathanDLeeman
— Matt Smethurst (@MattSmethurst) January 17, 2014
"You can give without loving. But you cannot love without giving." ~ Amy Carmichael
— Matt Mig (@Matt_Mig) January 15, 2014
And one because it’s funny… #SermonAudibles
Odd sermon this morning. Our pastor started out with the Gospel but then yelled "Omaha" and switched to the Law.
— NotKennyRogers (@NotKennyRogers) January 19, 2014