In a chaotic and threatening world, the Lord is a shepherd who gives us everything we need.
May your coffee be strong & your Monday be short.
Make today so good that yesterday is jealous.
Train your mind to be calm in every storm.
These phrases don’t come from the Bible. They don’t originate in an ancient book of wisdom, nor even in a modern self-help book.
No, they come from Twitter, a social networking service with hundreds of millions of users. Twitter is where people go to write down quick thoughts, complain about something, share a humorous insight or offer a word of wisdom.
Twitter is controversial, for sure, and many people complain about it. But author Kaitlyn Tiffany says that “no one can deny that it has brought some amazing phrases into our lives — things we can’t imagine having read in any other place, or at any other time in history.” For example:
I cried, I screamed, I cursed, I jumped up and down, I thought about trying.
Everyone says to follow your dreams, so I went back to bed.
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