Do You Wish That God Would Tweet?

UnknownDo you wish that God would Tweet?

Because we are surrounded by technologies that make our lives faster and easier, we tend to think about spiritual realities in technological terms.  We want to reap the very second we sow.  We want God to microwave answers, MapQuest directions and Twitter instructions.  We want things to happen at the speed of light instead of the speed of a seed planted in the ground, but almost all spiritual realities in Scripture are described in agricultural terms.  Mark Batterson,  Draw the Circle

A good reminder today that good things take an investment of time. Like connecting with God. Or writing.

Can you relate?  Do you wish God would Tweet?

Laurie and Betsy

By Duffey Myers

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4 Comments on Do You Wish That God Would Tweet?

  1. janet
    February 21, 2014 at 12:44 pm (7 years ago)

    I’m chuckling at this because I used to say I wish God would call or send a letter. That morphed into email and now we’re at Twitter, which I’ve never used. 🙂 There are certainly times when I’ve wished this but God’s helped me develop patience, so they don’t come as often now as they used to. Still, there are times when an IM would come in handy. 🙂


  2. Writing Sisters
    February 21, 2014 at 1:02 pm (7 years ago)

    Yes. Sometimes we want to hear from God fast! We are working on developing patience too!

  3. cherylfoston
    March 4, 2014 at 10:28 pm (7 years ago)

    Writing Sisters, I really enjoy your blog and I enjoy your posts as well. They are always informative and I enjoy the spiritual messages you convey. Congratulations, on your book and I much continued success!


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