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.
Our task is to be continuously defeated by ever larger things. Rainer Maria Rilke
— cнυcĸ degroaт (@chuckdegroat) August 26, 2015
We are more concerned about looking stupid (a fear of people) than we are about acting sinfully (fear of the Lord). Ed Welch
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) August 26, 2015
Feel guilty falling asleep while praying? How do you feel when a child nods off in your lap? There. Feel better? You should!
— Scott Sauls (@scottsauls) August 26, 2015
We often act surprised by others' sin, which is weird, since we typically think other people are worse sinners than ourselves, anyway.
— For The Church (@forthechurch) August 27, 2015
I spend way to much time thinking on worthless things. Today, I want to think only on that which is true, honorable, right, pure, lovely,…
— David Selvey (@DRSelvey) August 28, 2015
In proportion as a society relaxes its hold upon the eternal, it ensures the corruption of the temporal ~ J Baillie #Eternity
— Brad Bigney (@BradBigney) August 30, 2015
Christians need to become better question askers. Jesus asked questions and spoke in parables more than lecturing. – Andy K.
— Scott Frazier (@scottcfrazier) August 30, 2015
Thinking a lot this morning on @ajsherrill 's words yesterday, "If we continually pursue lesser loves, we inevitably lead lesser lives."
— Roxanne Stone (@roxyleestone) August 31, 2015
The Bible describes the church as a colony of heaven, a people whose citizenship is in God's kingdom.
— The Gospel Project (@Gospel_Project) August 31, 2015