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.
Don't turn Dr. Kings legacy into hashtags and quotes. Live differently. Love differently. Do something to turn the tide.
— Léonce B. Crump Jr. (@LeonceCrump) January 19, 2015
We assume that God Almighty should be more interested in giving us explanations than in being worshipped and trusted. – D.A. Carson
— Dave Harvey (@RevDaveHarvey) January 19, 2015
“Every funeral I go to is training for my own death, and learning how to live and to hope as a community.”
– James K. A. Smith
— Robin Ham (@rhamage) January 19, 2015
The deepest pleasures of life don’t satisfy – they point us forward to something bigger: Christ
— sarahjbaker (@sarahjbaker) January 22, 2015
To say a person is "back on the market" reveals we view relationships as a commodity to be acquired.
— E.M. Welcher ? (@EvanWelcher) January 24, 2015
"As Christians we are missionaries! The day of our conversion was also the day of our commissioning." @raholland
— Greg Mathias (@GregMathias) January 25, 2015
Sin is a monumental waste of time. —@_Matt_Carter
— Greg Breazeale (@PastorBreaz) January 25, 2015
The art of wisdom is knowing what to overlook.
— John Ortberg (@johnortberg) January 25, 2015
We’re not self-made; we’re blood bought. And that should make us grace-filled @jdgreear
— Todd Ervin (@todd_ervin) January 26, 2015