It is amazing the power a tweet can have. After all, God does use words to challenge us. To speak to us and shape our destinies. I read somewhere that some of the verses in the King James Version are generally tweet length. (Or was it in the gospels? Maybe I should be diligent about this… but that’s not really the point of this post).
God spoke in Biblical times through people. He still does. It can even be through people tweeting. Herewith are tweets made an impression on me.
Made me think a little and challenged me:
What is an idol? It is anything that absorbs your heart and imagination more than God, anything you seek to give you what only God can give.
— Timothy Keller (@timkellernyc) September 3, 2013
Allow yourself to be molded by God. Listen when he talks and look when he shows. Your life is his masterpiece. — Jarrid Wilson (@JarridWilson) September 3, 2013
We enjoy life when we survey the past with gratitude, live in the present with contentment, and look toward the future with trust.
— Miroslav Volf (@MiroslavVolf) September 2, 2013
If your sound doctrine doesn’t lead to good works, it’s not as sound as you thought it was
— Trip Lee (@TripLee116) September 2, 2013
Deny your weakness and you will never know God’s strength in you.
— Mike Friesen (@mike__friesen) August 31, 2013
To effectively fulfill the Great Commission believers must first live out the Great Commandment.
— Michael Minot (@MichaelMinot) August 30, 2013
The awkward moment you sit next to someone before church starts and you’re both on phones to avoid conversation #iamjonah
— I Am Jonah (@am_jonah) September 6, 2013