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.
Pierre & Shaw: A person is more likely to feel misunderstood if he is handed answers that have not adequately considered the matter at hand.
— Bryan Pickering (@BryanPickering) April 29, 2014
Heaven is a racist’s hell. “I looked, & behold, a…multitude…of all nations, tribes, peoples..before the Lamb.” Rev 7:9
— Wayne Hilsden (@WayneHilsden) April 30, 2014
"You can drift into sin, but not into righteousness." Leon Morris
— Matt Capps (@MattCapps) May 1, 2014
The criminal is the product of spiritual starvation.Someone failed miserably to bring him to know God, love Him and serve Him-J Edgar Hoover
— Dennis Rainey (@DennisRainey) May 2, 2014
"It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows" – Epictetus
— Darrin Patrick (@darrinpatrick) May 2, 2014
The confession of evil works is the first beginning of good works. Saint Augustine
— Philosophy Quotes (@PhilosophyQuotz) May 2, 2014
If you aren’t experiencing failure, then you are making a far worse mistake: You are being driven by the desire to avoid it. -Ed Catmull
— Emil Handke (@emilhandke) May 2, 2014
Underdeveloped listening skills are usually representative of overinflated egos ~ @mikemyatt
— Eric Geiger (@EricGeiger) May 2, 2014
Blessed are those who allow others space to mourn; they facilitate comforting.
— Seth Haines (@sethhaines) May 2, 2014
And one because its funny…
I told the deacons the Youth Minister is on Twitter. They asked if he was smoking or snorting it.
— Unappreciated Pastor (@Rev_Norespect) April 29, 2014