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.
Divorce often creates more problems than it solves. That's why second and subsequent marriages have an even higher divorce rate.
— Michele Weiner-Davis (@DivorceBusting) June 2, 2015
If you were to pray for 1 hour a day, which seems like a lot, that would total only 4% of your day, which seems like a little.
— challies (@challies) June 12, 2015
Theology is like a skeleton. If it's the only thing visible about my Christianity, it means I'm either sick or dead.
— Scott Sauls (@scottsauls) June 14, 2015
"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant." -Robert Louis Stevenson #business #leadership
— Cameron L Morrissey (@ManagersDiary) June 14, 2015
Mayberry leads to hell just like Gomorrah does. Our message is not "act better" but "be born again"! @drmoore #SBC15
— Josh Hedger (@joshhedger) June 14, 2015
don't just pray for racial reconciliation. Join Jesus in building Gospel-centered, multiethnic churches like Paul built.
— Derwin L. Gray (@DerwinLGray) June 21, 2015
Jesus is the only hope for the villains and the victims. Let's pray our hope in Christ alone today. #CharlestonShooting
— Tony Carter (@eastpc) June 21, 2015
Many contemporary Christian songs can't carry the freight of sorrow in tragedies like at #EmmanuelAME. But old hymns can bear the load.
— Phillip Bethancourt (@pbethancourt) June 21, 2015
Forgiveness is a gift which may be accepted with repentance or rejected with pride.
— O. Alan Noble (@TheAlanNoble) June 21, 2015