Hey, if they can make a TV series from a blog with a word in its name that can’t pass the censors, I can compile some of the mindless and worthless aphorisms I’ve shared via Twitter.
But I won’t. I’ll just share a few of the ones that are less mindless and worthless.
- Most of us Christians don’t mind cruising aboard the Fellowship. But we’re not even sure where the Discipleship is docked.
- The depth of my theology rarely goes beyond, “Jesus loves me; this I know.” But then again, it rarely needs to.
- If a sermon isn’t about Jesus or doesn’t point to Jesus, it isn’t ‘gospel.’ It’s just ‘spell.’ Gospel is good news. Don’t misspell it.
- Have you prayed that God will speak powerfully through His servant – your minister – this (Sunday) morning?
- Have you prayed this (Monday) morning that God will speak powerfully today through His servant – you?
- keith_brenton is sure that even when he praises froggy-voiced and off-key, God can hear his heart sing like Caruso or Bocelli. “All things are possible.”
- “It’s dry here, Lord. You send Your rain on the just and unjust. Surely we are one or the other. Amen.” – prayer during 1998 Abilene drought
- I hate politics. More than that, I hate the hating which has become intrinsic to it. We need fewer politicians and more statesmen.
- If the doctrine that “Biblical silence forbids” is proven solely w/Old Testament scripture, how can one also say the Old Law is passed away?
- You have to understand God’s sovereignty or the reason for suffering or how literally to take scripture before you believe? Job didn’t.
- If all week isn’t worship, then Sunday’s a sham. (Romans 12:1-2)
- I will say I respect Stephen Hawking, who thought deeply on the matter and reached a conclusion – unlike millions who could care less.
- Man’s arrogance leads to the conclusion that God has fully revealed Himself – and that we can fully comprehend Him. Why not “sufficiently”?
- I scanned the land of brave and free/to restore its faith and history./The truth I found was hard to see:/what needed changing most was me.
- If your ambition is to restore America, it’s too small (Matt. 28:16-20) & not personal enough (Matt. 5:14-16). Restore relationships to God.
- Jesus didn’t require people to have their lives all straightened out before He fed or healed or loved them. (Or died for them.) Do we?
- Like him or not, when was the last time you prayed for your President? 1 Timothy 2:1-2
- I don’t want to be saved in the end. I want to be saved now.
- Meditation on God’s word may not be transcendental, but it is transforming. It helps us realize that He wants us to change; become like Him.
- keith_brenton wants for my reaction upon encountering a person for the first time to be: “There’s someone for whom Christ died!”
- If you only teach the plan but not the Man, you’ll have converts to a system – not the Savior.
- Shouldn’t churches be more concerned about finding the lost than losing the fault-finders?
- King David was a seriously messed-up guy … but he always had a heart for God. I should be so messed up.
- It’s no surprise that those who dispense criticism without grace usually have trouble receiving criticism with grace.
- Too many churches teach behavior modification rather than Savior glorification.
- If you go to a Church of Christ tomorrow, shouldn’t you reasonably expect to hear Him mentioned more often than just at the end of prayers?
- C’mon, admit it. We all award ourselves platinum medals. Sometimes in events we don’t even compete in. Right?
- Today, I am the gospel. I am part of Christ’s ongoing Story. It’s not enough to tell it; I must live it; BE it. It’s true for you, too.
That’s enough for now. Probably that’s enough for a long, long time.
4 thoughts on “Stuff My Tweet Page Says”
•I don’t want to be saved in the end. I want to be saved now.
Patience is a virtue, impatience leads to trouble.
It’s my money, and I want it now!
There is a price for being saved NOW ! That price is death.
you just said a mouthful, Laymond, and you didn’t even hear it.
You guys are right … to be saved NOW, you do have to die to self! (Romans 6:6)