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.
That evil exists isn't a case AGAINST the existence of God; it's a case FOR the necessity of redemption.#TheodicyInATweet
— AJ Sherrill (@ajsherrill) December 16, 2014
Nearly 1/3 of the Psalms are laments. Not everything is happy-clappy in the Bible because not everything is happy-clappy in life. #Maranatha
— Tony Merida (@tonymerida) December 30, 2014
God doesn't need your works, but your neighbors do. – Veith #loveGodloveOthers
— Jason Gaston (@jasongaston) December 30, 2014
One of the best things I learned in 2014 is that perpetual victimhood idolizes the cross while negating the reality of the resurrection.
— Christena Cleveland (@CSCleve) December 30, 2014
In an age of acceleration, go slow.
In an age of distraction, pay attention.
In an age of constant movement, sit still.#PicoIyer
— Phileena Heuertz (@phileena) December 30, 2014
Pride is like a prison that locks God out and isolates you.
— Joby Martin (@jobymartin) December 30, 2014
"God is sovereign, but we must be wise." @mkostenberger
— Andreas Köstenberger (@akostenberger) December 31, 2014
In prep for the day … I go to sleep to get out of the way for a while.
— Eugene Peterson (@PetersonDaily) January 2, 2015
Sexual purity is not the suppression of lust, but the commitment to spiritual, relational and sexual maturity.
— Dr. Harry Schaumburg (@lastport) January 3, 2015
And one because it’s funny…
— Jason Saxon Smith (@jasonsaxonsmith) December 31, 2014