Tweets and more tweets
Here are some of my favorite tweets from the last few weeks. This is one of the blessings of social media where we can hear the gospel from people all over the world. If you like the tweet, go and follow the person on Twitter.
In the story of the Good Samaritan, we are the ones stripped, beaten, and robbed. We are the one passed by the Law believed to be beyond saving. It is Christ who is the Good Samaritan. @GospelEconomist
As sinful humans, we are adept at taking what God gives as gift and making it into a work. Nowhere is this made more evident than in the universally misunderstood doctrine of sanctification. @RyanCouch
If you remove the weight of the law, then there is no way to run after grace because you feel you can achieve law. @jonmoffitt
Implicit in the claim of Christ’s centrality to scripture is that Christ is for you. Yes, you. He’s not for some imaginary, perfect person. Christ is for you. @GospelEconomist
If we walk away from a sermon thinking “It’s up to me”, we have a misunderstanding of the nature of sin, law & gospel. @Byronyawn
Fellowship is the priority in the Christian life— not doing things for God, but being with God. (Jack Miller)