Christian Issues Digest: Tweets to Think About -Rick Warren

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2.    You can use your time to build bridges or walls.The latter is not only unChristlike, it limits impact & creates lonelinessabout 2 hours ago from web

3.     “While knowledge may make us feel important, it is love that really builds up the church.” 1 Cor. 8:1b (NLT)3:43 PM Jan 9th from web

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4.    The world, and most of the Church, have no idea how much lost people matter to Jesus.They just dont get it.12:10 AM Jan 9th from web

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5.    If u follow Christ,expect attacks for hanging out w the wrong crowd-"This man welcomes sinners &eats with them!"Luke15:212:08 AM Jan 9th from web

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6.    Any effort to create heaven on earth will fail. God calls us to get people into the real heaven, not to build our own.9:44 PM Jan 8th from web

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7.    Switch your focus off your problem & onto God."For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal" 2 Cor.4:189:39 PM Jan 8th from web

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8.    Life is cheap to those who think they're god. Mao,Stalin& Hitler(God-deniers) caused 110 million deaths without remorse.10:09 PM Jan 7th from web

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9.    How you treat others exposes your view of God.The higher you view God, the more respect you show TO EVERYONE! 1 Pet.2:1710:01 PM Jan 7th from web

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10.The church that is content with not growing is saying to the rest of the world "You can go to hell"10:40 AM Jan 7th from web

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11.Regardless of your church's size, the goal is the same:Lives transformed for God's glory.Gal. 4:19, Col 1:28,Eph. 4:14-1610:37 AM Jan 7th from web

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12.Being a small church is nothing to be ashamed of. Being a small-minded church is disobedience to Jesus' Great Commission.10:32 AM Jan 7th from web

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13.If you sacrificially LOVE your congregation, the longer you stay, the more they trust your voice. Compassion=credibility10:28 AM Jan 7th from web

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14.Pray for Johnny Hunt's recovery from cancer surgery today. He has a passion for Christ & the world Jesus loves.10:21 AM Jan 7th from web

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15.My guy Erwin McManus (Mosiac Church) created a Doritos Superbowl Ad! Church could win $! VOTE 4 him! http://bit.ly/8HSAjr10:19 AM Jan 7th from web

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16."Proclaiming love yet experiencing so much hate. But don't quit or cave in. It is all well worth it in the end"Mt.10:22 (Mes)9:05 AM Jan 7th from web

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17.Due to our rebellion against God, we struggle with difficulty, doubt, discouragement & despair. It's why we need hope.2:11 PM Jan 6th from web

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18.Optimism says “It’s not so bad!” Hope admits “Yes, it’s bad. Really bad. But I still beliieve & trust in God!”2:05 PM Jan 6th from web

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19.Optimism is psychological;hope is theological.Optimism focuses on what you think you can do.Hope trusts in what God can do.2:05 PM Jan 6th from web

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20.                    Hope isnt optimism.Optimism often denies reality.Hope never does.Optimism is positive thinking;hope is passionate trust.2:04 PM Jan 6th from web

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