Tweets of the Week 1/31/12

Posted: 01/31/2012 in Uncategorized

If the website is Twitter, shouldn’t these be “twits” of the week? #AlwaysWondered

Sam Luce
@samluce
Leaders are readers but readers aren’t necessarily leaders.

Greg Baird
@gregbaird
If parents are not living the Gospel chances are their efforts at sharing the Gospel with their kids will be relatively fruitless. #KidMin

J.C. Ryle
@JCRyleQuotes
“People fall in private, long before they fall in public.”

@D6family
@markins, @ronhunter
“In order for a man to be courageous, he must know the truth about who God is.” @DennisRainey

Brad House
@PBHouse
Ownership inspires passion, which leads to action. #community

Stephen Miller
@StephenMiller
God rescued us from Himself, by Himself, for Himself.

Matt Chandler
@MattChandler74
May the Spirit grant us changed hearts rather than restrained hearts

Matt Chandler
@MattChandler74
Those who find themselves utterly captivated by the gospel can hardly be entertained by anything else.

Elyse Fitzpatrick
@ElyseFitz
As you face trial, remember that He’s been tried in the same way. He knows suffering and he’s praying for you that your faith will not fail.

Noel Piper
@Noel Piper
If you carry all the burdens by yourself, you’re burning out & disobedient. You are not the Savior. @DarrinPatrick #dgpascon

Pop’s lessons in manhood– 1. Out of struggle comes strength. @CrawfordLoritts #dgpascon
Pop’s lessons in manhood– 2. Out of strength comes discipline. @CrawfordLoritts #dgpascon
Pop’s lessons in manhood– 3. Out of discipline comes integrity. @CrawfordLoritts #dgpascon
Pop’s lessons in manhood– 4. Out of integrity comes your inheritance. @CrawfordLoritts #dgpascon

Josh Howerton
@howertonjosh
Christian: you will never face a problem in your life that you care about more than your heavenly Father. Rest.

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