For the second week in a row, I offer you “Tweets of The Week.” Kind of like a #FollowFriday, I offer you the tweets I liked the most from the various people I follow on Twitter. Without further delay, here they are:
Gave a guy’s car a jump at the store and some random stranger comes up just to make fun of my cables. It was like blog comments in real life
— jaredcwilson (@jaredcwilson) May 11, 2013
Why You Aren’t Benefitting From Sermons j.mp/13OXnCn
— J.A. Medders (@mrmedders) May 12, 2013
The Holy Spirit is not a performance-enhancing drug for Olympic Christians. He is essential to any real Christianity.
— Ray Ortlund (@rayortlund) May 13, 2013
If sin still lives inside us and the work of grace is not complete within us, then we are people in constant need of divine help.
— Paul David Tripp (@PaulTripp) May 14, 2013
John Piper and Mark Driscoll Talked Me Off the Bridge ow.ly/l3ZaI
— jaredcwilson (@jaredcwilson) May 15, 2013
Theology is the art of persuading people of the wisdom and goodness of God so that they can better understand themselves and God.
— JT English (@jt_english) May 15, 2013
Moses = Mini-Israel = Jesus (Or, The Bible is Kinda Like Inception Sometimes) wp.me/p2DWnH-13p
— Derek Rishmawy (@DZRishmawy) May 15, 2013
Sometimes I need to learn more theology. Other times I need to believe the theology I already know.
— Zachary Lee (@zacharytlee) May 16, 2013
The gospel makes us good at theological-one-downmanship, that is, choosing to humble ourselves rather than criticize others
— Scotty Smith (@ScottyWardSmith) May 16, 2013
Grace enables you to obey, but never uses your obedience as a condition for your relationship with God.
— Paul David Tripp (@PaulTripp) May 16, 2013
Don’t confuse emotional highs with worship. It is not a feeling but a lifestyle. Real worship is tested during emotional lows.
— Lisa Robinson (@theochick) May 18, 2013