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.
The person who is impatient with weakness will be ineffective in his #leadership. – J. Oswald Sanders
— Ministry Grid (@ministrygrid) October 8, 2013
"We need men of God who bring the atmosphere of heaven with them to the pulpit and speak from the borders of another world." Iain Murray
— Dr. Crawford Loritts (@CrawfordLoritts) October 8, 2013
Charles Cooley (early 20th cent sociologist): You get your identity in life based on how the most important person in your life sees you.
— spence shelton (@spenceshelton) October 9, 2013
I resolve to live an ordinary life extraordinarily well to the glory of the Father, for the fame of the Son, by the power of the Spirit.
— Steve Timmis (@STimmis) October 8, 2013
Nothing is more isolating than secret sin. Mark Batterson
— Laura Krokos (@laurakrokos) October 8, 2013
"Worry is not believing God will get it right, and bitterness is believing God got it wrong."
— Tim Keller Wisdom (@DailyKeller) October 11, 2013
When your eyes are on rules, your past stays with u. When ur eyes are on Jesus, forgiveness sets each moment free from the last #gospeljoy
— Josh Navey (@joshnavey) October 11, 2013