Twitter is the land of fun and fast information. If you blink, you might miss something. As the Saturday installment of our Coffee Breaks, here is a collection of some theological, powerful, edifying, thought-provoking, and even funny tweets I came across this week. The goal: to use technology and social media in a way that edifies the church rather than tears her down. I pray this encourages you to, likewise, use your devices for His glory and our good.
If your children obey you, but do not submit to God as they do, you have accomplished very little.
— Todd Friel (@ToddFriel) August 26, 2017
— Church Curmudgeon (@ChrchCurmudgeon) August 21, 2017
"Why in our culture are people so angry at Christianity? Because we testify that their deeds are evil." ~MacArthur pic.twitter.com/LbVZaqsfho
— GhostlntheShell (@GhostlntheShell) May 7, 2016
Hand emoji = approximate size of the hands of the babies you slaughter https://t.co/eSSFgIpVZU
— Summer White (@SummrWrites) August 24, 2017
“Be an expert on the Word of God and you will always know what to say to the culture.” — John MacArthur pic.twitter.com/r2Tb0BCba5
— Grace to You (@gracetoyou) August 22, 2017
I looked at the eclipse through a colander and strained my eyes.
— J.R. Hall (@_Berean) August 23, 2017
The gospel is for sinners. The bar could not be any set any lower. Anyone can qualify. So long as we can get low enough.
— Jared C. Wilson (@jaredcwilson) August 24, 2017
Nothing is stronger than humility, which goes out of itself, or weaker than pride, which rests on its own foundations. -Sibbes
— Trillia Newbell (@trillianewbell) August 21, 2017
"God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s supplies." (Hudson Taylor) pic.twitter.com/3B6NH49MRB
— challies (@challies) August 23, 2017
We don't want mice in the pulpit.
We want lions.
We want holy men whose doxological oratory shakes the rafters.
Give us these men, God.
— Owen Strachan (@ostrachan) August 23, 2017