Sweet Tweets

I talk to people all the time who say “I could never tweet. What a waste of time.” Or, “I don’t have the time in my day to keep up with others’ tweets. When would I fit it in? I’m on Facebook at least 12 and a half hours a day.”

I hear you. That’s why I have taken it upon myself to cull some really good Twitter entries and offer them here from time to time like gleanings from a harvest.

You know, so it won’t cut into your Facebook time.

“The wilderness is the place where Jesus, in His mercy, dries up all the fountains that have been sustaining you.”
–@BobSorge

“Let your religion be less of a theory and more of a love affair.”  – G. K. Chesterton
–via @ikereighard

“When some believers insist that everything is available NOW, they rob us of the great Christian virtue of hope.”
–@TerryVirgo

“In light of the world’s emptiness, I have no right to be empty when God offers me the fullness of the Spirit.” – E. Stanley Jones
–via @E_StanleyJones

“God is more concerned with your “I Will” than your I.Q.” – Pastor Ben Dailey
–via @NikkWashington

“Pain removes the veil; it plants the flag of truth within the fortress of a rebel soul.” – C. S. Lewis
–via @CSLewis_

“The doctrines of grace humble a man without degrading him and exalt a man without inflating him.” – Charles Hodge
–via @desiringgod

“It is atheism to pray and not to wait in hope.” – Richard Sibbes
–via @FreshEpiphany

“Lukewarm people love others but do not seek to love others as much as they love themselves.” – Francis Chan
–via @ExcelGodsWayCom

“Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions.” – GK Chesterton
–via @ronwilbur

“Surely we can find no pleasure in the world where He found no place.”  – F.B. Meyer
–via @billyhumphrey1

“If you will not determine to be pure, you will grow more and more impure.” –  George MacDonald
–via @Cross_Quotes

“All that is not eternal is eternally out of date.” – C.S. Lewis
–via @randyalcorn

“God has more mercy than you have misery” – Chuck Swindoll
–via @LifeVerse and @luciswindoll

“When you worship God in your crisis you show Him that you trust Him in good times and in bad.” – Bill Purvis
–via @ikereighard and @MUSTMinistries

“The Scriptures were given not merely to enlighten the mind. They were given through the intellect to beautify the life.” – BB Warfield
–via @BurkParsons

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