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.
May I flex the encouragement muscle more than the critique one.
— Isaac Adams (@isickadams) May 16, 2016
As Christians, we have a grand story that makes sense of & gives hope to our individual stories which are fraught with heartache & sorrow.
— Tim Lane (@timlane) May 25, 2016
"the root of joy is gratefulness. it is not the joy that makes us grateful, it is gratitude that makes us joyful." David Steindt-Rast
— samantha linton (@samanthajoy) May 25, 2016
"People tend to idolize their parents, then demonize them, and hopefully, they eventually humanize them." – Author unknown HT @aarondamiani
— Joshua Rogers (@MrJoshuaRogers) May 25, 2016
He who isn't angry and has cause to be, sins. Unreasonable patience is the hotbed of many vices & fosters negligence. Chrysostom
— Marlena Graves (@MarlenaGraves) May 25, 2016
"Telling it like it is" from a position of self-assured certitude in order to put people in "their place" is not a Christian virtue.
— Derek Vreeland (@DerekVreeland) May 25, 2016
"Our prayers may not hurry the sun, but they will heighten our awareness of what is happening in the darkness." @KenGire #CryOut16
— Nancy Wolgemuth (@NancyDeMoss) May 26, 2016
Listening is sexier than talking. Asking questions is sexier than broadcasting. Being interested is more important than being interesting.
— Gottman Institute (@GottmanInst) May 28, 2016
"Prayer enables you to encounter God personally." @macbrunson
— Heath Lambert (@HeathLambert) May 29, 2016
Healthy people create healthy spiritual, relational, emotional, & physical habits. Unhealthy people assume it'll just work itself out.
— BJ Thompson (@bj116) May 31, 2016