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.
“If a nation loses its storytellers, it loses its childhood.”—Peter Handke
— Graywood House (@HouseGraywood) December 17, 2015
Christ desires us to have the heart of a child, but the mind of an adult.
– C. S. Lewis
— Gospel Applied (@GospelApplied) December 19, 2015
Our financial receipts are like exam results….they reveal who we are worshipping. @MarkDever
— Deepak Reju (@DeepakReju) December 20, 2015
If you can trust Christ with your soul, you can trust him with your family, future, singleness, or sexuality.
— Jonathan Dodson (@Jonathan_Dodson) December 21, 2015
The end result of theology is not theories about God but godliness. –@KevinVanhoozer
— Derek Rishmawy (@DZRishmawy) December 26, 2015
There's no such thing as orthodoxy (right belief) severed from orthopraxy (right action). Love your neighbor instead of categorizing them.
— Drew G. I. Hart (@DruHart) December 27, 2015
"We are too prone to engrave our trials in marble and write our blessings in sand."
— Get Missional (@GetMissional) December 27, 2015
We do not have any genuine knowledge of those we hate. Bishop Kallistos Ware (2)
— Marlena Graves (@MarlenaGraves) December 28, 2015
Courage is demonstrated when others see how you handle adversity.
— Steve Gutzler (@SteveGutzler) December 28, 2015
"The deeper a person's discipleship, the deeper they go into the culture to reach lost people."- @DerwinLGray #Hdleader
— Edwin Jones II (@edwin_jones07) December 30, 2015
"A little too much anger, too often at the wrong time, can destroy more than you would ever imagine." (John Ames in M. Robinson's 'Gilead')
— Isaac Adams (@isickadams) January 2, 2016