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.
Only a very few can be learned, but all can be Christian, all can be devout, and – I shall boldly add – all can be theologians. ―Erasmus
— Michelle Van Loon (@michellevanloon) September 24, 2014
Consider this…Many tribal cultures don’t have a word for “boredom”.
— David Livermore (@DavidLivermore) September 24, 2014
I have held many things in my hands &I have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God's hand, that I still possess – Corrie Ten Boom
— Women's Life (@SEBTSWomensLife) September 24, 2014
One of the most significant findings in psychology in the last 20 years is that we choose the way we think. #MartinSeligman
— Dr. Susan Biali, MD (@DrSusanBiali) September 25, 2014
Justice delayed with our God is never justice denied. @JoshTrent
— Deepak Reju (@DeepakReju) September 25, 2014
Avoid creating your own universe. You don't have what it takes to fix it when it spins out of control.
— Rick Howerton (@rickhowerton) September 26, 2014
Those who teach by their doctrine must teach by their life, or else they pull down with one hand what they build up with the other. M. Henry
— Tommy Kiedis (@TommyKiedis) September 26, 2014
Preachers often have to preach through pain without bleeding on others.
— CJ Rhodes (@RevRhodes) September 26, 2014
Spiritual formation is not something we master.
— Eugene Peterson (@PetersonDaily) September 26, 2014
Contextualization is not speaking with people on their terms, but with their terms.
— Darrin Patrick (@darrinpatrick) September 26, 2014