Why I Have a Twitter Account

These are the quotes that I've retweeted or marked as favorites
 over the past three days or so.
Right now, the only reason I tweet is to preserve these 
for future reference and inspiration.
I "follow" about 35 people whose tweetsI find particularly challenging.
Twitter is my file cabinet.

 "Cultivating quietness is a missing discipline today--the quietness needed to nurture an inner life hidden in Christ."  (A.W. Tozer)

"Be assured, if you walk with Him and look to Him, and expect help from Him, 
He will never fail you."  (George Mueller)

"Spiritual 'dry spells' can reveal whether we love God for the spiritual sensations He gives us, 
or just because He is God."  (Nancy Leigh DeMoss)

"If you love Christ, never be ashamed to let others see it and know it. Speak for Him. Witness for Him. Live for Him."  (J.C. Ryle)

 "The more important an action, the more likely we put it off. 
The trivia we do quickly.Start NOW in faith, trusting God!"  (Rick Warren)

"Repenting is telling Christ exactly why you need Him." (David Osborne)

"In the Kingdom of God it's far more important to be caring & compassionate
than cool, clever, & creative."  (Rick Warren)

"If God tells you to go after Moby Dick in a rowboat, bring tarter sauce."  (Rick Warren)

"WHAT you did was your prerogative but HOW you did it is your character."  (James MacDonald)

"Go to church once a week and nobody pays attention. 
Worship God seven days a week and you become strange!"  (A.W. Tozer)

 Click HERE to see what else we found while out "thrifting" on Saturday!


  1. All good tweets and tweeters...I like the last tweet. I miss the days when Sunday was set aside as a holy day and all the stores where closed etc. and going to three church services was just what we did...Sunday school was not a choice and no one ever wanted to be late for church or rush out for a football game and we did open our bibles at home and not just in church. I like being strange!!!! :)

    1. I remember those days, too. In fact, I'm still "strange" like that, too!

    2. You can call me "strange like that" too.

  2. Great truths . . . the Mueller quote really jumps out at me.

  3. Great quotes...I have no idea how to tweet and recently a business told my hubby he needed to learn how...maybe there is hope for us tech-challenged 50 plus year olds...each quote makes you think...thanks for sharing your tweets

  4. I have a tweeter account. I have never tweeted. I don't know how. I have 5 followers. Bet they are disappointed. I am not sure how to follow anyone either. Hmmm. I am old. I can't care. Love your quotes.

    1. It's OK, Janie. As I said, I only use it to "collect" quotes.
      And you are NOT old!

  5. What great sayings! Thanks for stopping by with encouraging and positive words... I intentionally ran that Post for a reason, I've had Friends at the new place that had horrible experiences at previous places with other Vendors complaining about their Inventory and they're hopeful it doesn't happen at the new place since so far everyone and everything has been so positive, enriching & uplifting. A few bad apples always spoil any bunch & I and many others hope there will not be such drama... so it needed to be said & I'm okay with saying it. *winks* No, can't take credit for that wonderful saying of "Success Leaves Clues" but it is one I've enjoyed for years, don't have any idea who coined the phrase, but I believe it to be absolutely true! Never tweeted... only started Blogging just over a year and a half ago... I'm very "Old School". *LOL*

    Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

  6. What a smorgasbord of truth! Some from my favorite authors. Sometimes a quote gives me more to ponder than a whole article.

    1. I agree, Pamela. That's why I keep my twitter account - I mean FILE.

    2. Thank you sweet Rebecca for your concern about my daughter aaand my lost blog! They're both well now, lol...I love your quotes, I was needing them and that's when some things just find you, or the right friend like you dear Rebecca. God bless you.

  7. Lovely quotes, all of them. I enjoy reading people's bits of wisdom wisdom.
    Hugs, Cindy


Writing a Song a Week #3

Writing a Song a Week #3
♪ I wait for the Lord; my soul waits and in his word I hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning ♪ (Psalm 130:5-6)