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.
Q: “Where can I best serve our church?”
A: “Start at your dinner table.”#Hospitality #Discipleship
— Jeff Wiesner (@jeffwiesner) February 10, 2016
Idolatry is the folly of asking a gift to be a giver.
— Matt Smethurst (@MattSmethurst) February 11, 2016
"Words without deeds are empty, but deeds without words are dumb.” Lesslie Newbigin, Mission in Christ's Way
— ServeRDU (@ServeRDU) February 12, 2016
Don't confuse ability and talent with God's anointing and favor. One doesn't automatically guarantee the other.
— Brian Bloye (@brianbloye) February 12, 2016
Repentance is not to endear us to Christ but to endear Christ to us. – Thomas Watson
— Trevin Wax (@TrevinWax) February 12, 2016
Signs you may be perfectionistic: your child is afraid 2ask you 4help, they don't want 2try new things, or they wrestle w/ fear @jillsavage.
— Susie Larson (@SusieLarson) February 13, 2016
There is great value in our differences.
The problem is we tend to judge our differences not value them.
— Josh Clark (@joshclarkis) February 13, 2016
Dads, don't slack on the bedtime reading/stories/prayers/snuggles. In a few years, these will be the memories we dream about.
— Alex Early (@Alex_Early) February 15, 2016
Don't underestimate the powerful effect of praying for global missions, upon both the People Groups for whom we pray and our own lives.
— Nathan Lino (@nathanlino) February 16, 2016
"It is impossible to honor God as we ought, unless we know Him as He is." ~Stephen Charnock
— Dave Harvey (@RevDaveHarvey) February 17, 2016