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.
Community is why you should belong to a church, not just go to one. #TheApostlesCreed
— Matt Chandler (@MattChandler74) September 22, 2015
It isn't the Christian doctrine of heaven that's the myth, but the humanist dream of utopia. ~ Roy Clements
— Joshua Waulk (@joshwaulk) September 22, 2015
God doesn't want our success; He wants us. He doesn't demand our achievements; He demands our obedience. Chuck Colson
— Healthy Faith (@CSLCHSnMore) September 23, 2015
We should come to Christ not only as a physician to heal our wounds, but as a husband to satisfy and content our love. Thomas Manton
— Dane Ortlund (@daneortlund) September 23, 2015
Biblical discipleship demands multi-generational relationships.
— Lane Harrison (@mlaneharrison) September 23, 2015
Sin begins with doubting God's goodness and ends with denying God's Word.
— The Gospel Project (@Gospel_Project) September 24, 2015
When you compartmentalize your faith, you quarantine your obedience.
— Darrin Patrick (@darrinpatrick) September 24, 2015
— Meghan Donnelly (@megdonnelly203) September 25, 2015
Racism is nothing more than collective narcissism: I love my group above all others because I love myself.
— Michael Horton (@MichaelHorton_) September 26, 2015
We do not think ourselves into new ways of living, we live ourselves into new ways of thinking.
– Richard Rohr
— Daniel Im (@danielsangi) September 27, 2015