Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Twitteneutics - Day 30

It's been a while since my last Twitteneutics post. Since I'm on vacation for a couple weeks, I'm going to try to catch up on some blogging.

The price with which my salvation was purchased is incalculable. Lord, thank you seems insufficient, but that's all I have (1 Corinthians 6:19-20).

According to the Bible, those who twist Scripture, for sordid gain or to justify their unbelief, are ignorant an unstable (2 Peter 3:14-16).

God actually told Job to "man up!" Job must've been terrified. I would be (Job 38:1-3). Yet Job would receive abundant grace and mercy. SDG!

Sadly, a Friday or Saturday evening trip to any mall in America would find 13-yr-old girls who fit this description (Proverbs 7:10-12).

Oh, that more Christians would disturb their cities with the gospel (Acts 16:20)!

Lord, may I be content living the life you've given me, not seeking to live my life according to the life you've given someone else (1 Corinthians 7:17).

While the "sinless perfectionist" turns to 1 John 1 to support his theological construct, the truth is 1 John 1 is the death-nail to the same.

Some would use Proverbs 8:17 as a proof text for the idea that lost people have the capacity to seek after God. The verse is about seeking wisdom

In spite of the high false conversion rate in the American church, tare hunting is not the answer (Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43). Preach the gospel!

Liberty has limits and, unrestrained, can hurt others. Legalism does not bring anyone closer to God and often hurts others (1 Corinthians 8:1-13).

There are Christians who declare brethren "unsaved" so they can justify their hatred of the same and thus avoid John's teaching (1John 2:9-11).

Only the Christian can understand why fearing God is so important (Psalm 103:11-14).

Don't like to be corrected? There's a word for that (Proverbs 12:1).

Not every heckler's question warrants an answer (Matthew 21:25-27).

There's a reason why God gave me 2 ears and only 1 mouth (Proverbs 18:13).

Genuine faith is, at times, made manifest as true courage (Acts 27:21-25).

Who but God knows perfectly the thoughts and hearts of me? Jesus is God (Mark 2:6-8).

Who but God alone can forgive the sins of men? Jesus is God (Mark 2:9-12)!

Jesus not only saved me; He IS my salvation (Psalm 118:14).

The Christian's most effective offensive tactic against his enemy is love (Proverbs 25:21-22).

Yes, God is angry with the wicked every day (Mark 3:5).

The NT speaks nothing of tithing [as a mandate for Christians]. Rather, it speaks of cheerful and generous giving 2 Corinthians 9:6-7).

In light of Peter's rebuke of Simon, I shudder at the thought of what prosperity preachers will face when they stand before God (Acts 8:20).