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.
The Devil knows our name and labels us by our sin. However, the final word does not belong to our sin or the hunting accusations of the serpent. The final word speaks in a loud voice from the cross and says, “it is finished.” @GospelEconomist
He's a "come & find rest" Savior to a "do more, try harder" world. @simplestapleton
If you are not convinced that both your justification and sanctification is by faith and flows out of your relationship with Christ, it’s going to be hard to live with authority and confidence. (Jack Miller)
Grace is so freeing, empowering. Trying to obey through the power of the Law is like putting sand in your gas tank. @jaredcwilson
Martin Luther points out that the Gospels themselves can be wrongly read as law if the interpreter depicts Christ as an example of how to live one’s life. Readers who make this error make a Moses out of Christ. @KevinVanhoozer