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.
We have so little joy because we water down the law so it doesn’t really mean when it says, and we water down the gospel, so our salvation isn’t really as big as it is. You have to accept the full demand of the law along with the full glory of the gospel. (Jack Miller)
Timothy George writes, “The differences matter, but (1)they are second-order; (2)they distinguish but need not divide Baptists from other Protestant evangelicals; (3)they may be gifts to the catholic church; and (4)they may enhance rather than negate the unity of the church.” No one Protestant house contains the fullness of Jesus. @KevinVanhoozer
Only the love of God in Christ will fill you with joy and carry you through the weariness, the boredom, the shame, and the weakness. It will carry you through today and tomorrow. (Jack Miller)
"Witnessing starts with understanding what God does and what we do. God the Father saves; God the Holy Spirit convicts of sin; God the Son died and rose for our salvation. We open our mouths and talk about this... (Alvin Reid)
Repentance cannot be separated from the amazing love of a holy God. (Jack Miller)
Faith is not about trying harder or human willpower, or self-effort. It’s about abandoning all hope of being righteous and collapsing on Christ as your only hope. (Jack Miller)