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.
We get angry with our children's sins and failure because we personalize their sin and make it about us rather than about God.
— tedd tripp (@teddtripp) July 15, 2015
When you know Jesus Christ, no matter what kind of loss you experience, it means you’re not facing that loss by yourself. — H. Norman Wright
— GriefShare (@griefcaring) July 17, 2015
"Left is trying to take God out of the public square. America did not create religious liberty; religious liberty created America." #FLS2015
— Eric Teetsel (@EricTeetsel) July 18, 2015
"Providence should be the Christian's diary but never his Bible." (Thomas Watson)
— Matthew Hall (@MatthewJHall) July 19, 2015
"Many of us tend to define our own lives more by whom we hate than by whom or what we love." – L. Jones
— Jonathan Dodson (@Jonathan_Dodson) July 20, 2015
If you want to know where you'll be in 5 yrs listen to what you talk about most now. "Your tongue is a rudder" James 3:4
— Gregg T. Johnson (@GreggTJohnson) July 22, 2015
In the world of perpetual outrage, people cannot see the difference between deflated footballs, a dead lion, and dismembered babies.
— Kevin DeYoung (@RevKevDeYoung) July 29, 2015
Rosaria Butterfield: "To put the hands of the hurting into the hand of the Savior, you have to be close enough to get hurt yourself."
— Ray Ortlund (@rayortlund) August 2, 2015
When enlightened opinion says someone with human DNA is "not a person"—well, we've been here before. HT @pastorjgkell pic.twitter.com/TpoFC6xDXn
— Andrew Wilson (@AJWTheology) August 2, 2015
“The poor, the sick, and the suffering, have in heaven One who is not only an almighty Savior, but a most sympathetic Friend.” #JCRYLE
— mikepassaro (@mikepassaro) August 2, 2015
"You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know." William Wilberforce on slavery #PlannedParenhood
— Todd Unzicker (@ToddUnzicker) August 2, 2015