Sunday, October 30, 2011

Twitteneutics - Day 26

Here's what I gleaned from God's word yesterday morning.

Scrub all you want with church attendance, good deeds, and morality. Nothing you do will ever wash away your sins (Jeremiah 2:22).

For whom among your persecuted brethren will you pray, today (Acts 12:1-5). Many evangelists will hit the streets, today, and will be persecuted.

How often do I sin against God by praying and declaring my trust in Him while, at the same time, not believing He will answer (Acts 12:12-15)?

No one gives themselves the right to become a child of God. It is given by God alone. God does not need your acceptance. You need HIS (John 1:12)!

Analogies, anecdotes, and apologetics are mere butter knives when compared to the two-edged sword of the Word of God (Hebrews 4:12).

If your evangelism leaves no one feeling uncomfortably exposed then the light you are shining is too dim to have any real effect (Hebrews 4:13).

If in your darkest moments you feel that God does not understand, then you do not understand who Christ is. Repent of your unbelief (Hebrews 4:14-15).

The Christian has confidence more-than-sufficient mercy and grace is available at the foot of His throne. Real needs are met there (Heb 4:16).

Whoever disregards the pursuit of godliness disregards God. Will your day be filled with the pursuit of impurity or Christ (1 Thessalonians 4:7-8).

Open-Air Preacher: Do not forget to herald the imminent return of Christ in your preaching (1 Thessalonians 4:16).

If you confess sin with the frame of mind that you are going to surprise God, then you have a wrong understanding of who God is (Psalm 69:5).