Today’s Tweets

I don’t think the Liberals at Twitter knew that BabylonBee is satire, and I can understand their confusion as their beliefs and values are so absurd that it’s hard to tell the difference between them and satire.


The spiritual life cycle of many Christian youth: Play games on your phone all night, and when you get bored of that go to YouTube and watch some wacko theology or conspiracy theories, and when you’re bored of that chat a little social chat on WhatsApp or Facebook, and when you’re bored of that go back to games on your phone, and the cycle repeats.


Get alone with God and you’ll never walk alone.


Usually, people don’t get saved until they’ve hit rock bottom.


True happiness is measured in relation to Jesus Christ.


Surrender is another word for repentance.

The repentant have surrendered to Jesus.

The unrepentant have surrendered to the devil.

If they had surrendered to Jesus they would have His power to not surrender to the devil.

In religion, many make the mistake of trying to repent WITHOUT surrendering to Jesus, and it’s impossible.


“Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.”

Matthew 7:13-14

Then, in the next verse the Lord says, Beware of false prophets.

So, He seems to imply that false prophets deny the way to life is narrow and few find it.

They say that is a narrow minded view of God.

And they flatly contradict what Jesus said.

They give people who are on the broad way to destruction a false hope that they’ll be okay.


How much vanity before it’s vanity?


Justice is supposed to be color blind.

And if not, it’s not justice.


It’s true that God’s love is unconditional.

And yet if man does not repent then he rejects that love and gets the wrath of God instead.

So, it’s not a case of God changing His mind about whether He loves you.


A Sower needs a good supply of Seeds.


Jesus rose again, and it means God has ultimately vindicated Him, and therefore everything He said and promised is true, without exception.

Acts 17:31, Romans 1:3-4


If God truly answers prayer, then this is truly the most amazing thing we can do.


Is the truth about God, and, therefore, the truth about life, just anything you can imagine? Or what someone else imagined?

OR…. did Jesus Christ actually rise from the dead?



Telling people what they can or can’t do, do this, or don’t do that, is easy, but it’s fruitless, because what does it matter if someone says do, or don’t do something?

The only hope is people understand what the scripture says and then their life is based on a true understanding of God and not just what their pastor said.

When Christians ask a pastor what they can or can’t do then they’ve not yet become grounded in the truth of God’s word.


We trust in the work of God, not the work of man.

Our trust is in nothing we have done, but what Jesus has done.

We trust in the word of God, not the word of man.


Now that race is more politicized than ever, whether a despicable murder makes it to the mainstream media depends on the race of the perpetrator and his victim.

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