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.
It is empty ambition that has given ambition itself a bad name. – Joseph Epstein
— Dave Harvey (@RevDaveHarvey) March 24, 2015
Restraint of speech is a mark of the wise. Maturity demands timely silence. You are not required to speak (or tweet) everything you think.
— Steve Bezner (@Bezner) March 25, 2015
Satan’s plan: sacrifice your youth to folly, adulthood to lust and rage, senior years to bitterness & envy, never experience abundant life
— Gary Thomas (@garyLthomas) March 25, 2015
To let God meet us where we are, we must know where we are, and such an exercise in truth-telling can often be painful. G. Dalbey
— jonathanholmes (@jonathanholmes) March 26, 2015
Pastors, don’t forget to take note of your wife’s spiritual growth. She is under your shepherding care too. And often a great encouragement.
— Erik Raymond (@erikraymond) March 27, 2015
“A good parent prepares the child for the path, not the path for the child.” @JenHatmaker > “Like arrows in the hand of a warrior..” Ps127:4
— Katie Persinger (@mrspersinger) March 27, 2015
It is funny some of the smallest things you can be grateful for if you are looking for them. #BeGrateful
— Kevin Carson (@PastorKevinC) March 27, 2015
Pray like you have a God in heaven who hears you and moves when you pray…because you do! @SusieLarson
— Meredith R. Sheppard (@MrsMSheppard) March 27, 2015
Those of us gifted with words will receive a painful reminder that it is Jesus and not our explanations that can change a heart. – Eswine
— Dave Harvey (@RevDaveHarvey) March 27, 2015
The theological term for accusing the brethren is: Riding Shotgun with the Devil
— Daniel Emery Price (@danemeryprice) March 28, 2015