Tweets of the Week 2.13.12

Posted: 02/13/2012 in Tweets

Here (again) is my installment of things that caught my eye on Twitter.

Joe Thorn
@joethorn
May we not be merely reformed in theology, but reformed in heart!

Tullian Tchividjian
@PastorTullian
The Bible is not a record of good people earning God’s blessing, but bad people receiving God’s blessing because Jesus earned it for them.

Dustin Nickerson
@DustinNickerson
Bible study is a verb, not a noun. Something we do, not something we go to.

Jesus promises both joy and hardship. We’re doing something wrong if we don’t have both.

D6 Conference
@theD6conference
“Parents are the primary teachers in their children’s lives, even if they don’t know it.” @timothywashere

“Faith development is a lifelong process for all of us, it is never too late to be more intentional in your parenting.”@kpowellfyi

Russell Moore
@drmoore
Pastors and fathers: if you will not fight back a wolf, do not call yourself a “shepherd.” You are a mutton provider.

Darth Vader
@DepressedDarth
Blessed are the geeks, for they shall inherit the Earth.

Elliot Grudem
@elliotgrudem
If you are a 20 or 30 something, you are not an “emerging adult” you are an adult. You don’t need to explore, you need a job (@johnwbryson)

theResurgence
@theResurgence
The weaker we feel, the harder we lean. The harder we lean, the stronger we grow spiritually, even while our bodies waste away – J.I. Packer

David Platt
@plattdavid
Gospel of the kingdom: not that Jesus will heal all your sicknesses today, but that He will forgive all your sins forever.

Chris Kainu
@ChrisKainu
“Healing is the result of love. It is a function of love.” – M. Scott Peck

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