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.
— Paul E Miller (@_PaulEMiller) April 9, 2014
The surest way of spoiling a pleasure is to start examining your satisfaction. #CSLewis"
— C. S. Lewis (@CSLewisU) April 9, 2014
Idolatry works from two directions – it’s both a goal you orient your life toward and a power you cannot escape from. Grace addresses both.
— Bill Smith (@WPS_ministries) April 9, 2014
“Never make excuses. Your friends don't need them and your foes won't believe them.” John Wooden
— J.D. Greear (@jdgreear) April 8, 2014
If sexual sin fragments the soul, then there is always a victim. The proviso "as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else" is false.
— Harry W. Schaumburg (@lastport) April 9, 2014
"Most of us could improve our lives significantly by simply getting to bed a little earlier." – @CrazyBusyBook
— Blair Graham (@BlairGraham) April 9, 2014
Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces people into thinking they can't lose. Bill Gates
— Darrin Patrick (@darrinpatrick) April 10, 2014
"The mystery and the beauty of the world is overwhelmingly amazing, and there's no scientific explanation of how it came about." @BillGates
— Andreas Köstenberger (@akostenberger) April 10, 2014
— Sarah Pulliam Bailey (@spulliam) April 11, 2014
"A preacher's life should be a commentary of his doctrine; his practice should be a counterpart of his sermons." -Thomas Brooks
— Jeff Doyle (@JeffDNWC) April 12, 2014
The best way to learn from your mistakes is to admit them rather then blame them on someone else.
— The Love Stories (@TheLoveStories) April 12, 2014
And one because its funny…
I would die if I had to stop exaggerating.
— Grumpy Cat (@GrumpyCatsMind) April 13, 2014