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WWJT (What Would Jesus Tweet)

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By Greg Stier, Christian Post Guest Columnist
January 28, 2011|8:54 am

If Jesus were on Twitter what 140 character message do you think he would send to you? Although knowing that answer is beyond our collective pay grade it is interesting to ponder. Maybe it would be one of the following Tweets…

“I love you with an everlasting love. No ifs, ands or buts about it.”

“I’m dying to get to know you better. Actually I died to get to know you better.”

“Why does your church sing so loudly about their love for me when they’re together but go silent when they’re not?”

“I am coming soon. Get busy.”

“Spread the good news! Don’t be ashamed!!”

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“I’ll be waiting to meet with you tomorrow morning. Hope to see you then.”

“Last night I was cold and you didn’t give me your jacket. Why not?”

“I will never leave you or forsake you. Just sayin’….”

“Do you trust me? If so, why are you worrying so much?”

“I don’t want to spew you out of my mouth quite yet. But, to be honest, I am getting a touch of indigestion.”

“I love you with an everlasting love.”

“Did I do something to offend you? Why won’t you talk to me?”

“Well done my good and faithful servant.”

So what do you think Jesus would Tweet to you?

Greg Stier is the President and Founder of Dare 2 Share Ministries in Arvada, Colo., where he works with youth leaders and students, equipping them to be effective in sharing the gospel. With experience as a senior teaching pastor and in youth ministry for almost 20 years, Greg has a reputation of knowing and relating to today’s teens. He is widely viewed as an authority and expert teen spirituality. He is known for motivating, mobilizing and equipping teens for positive change. For more information on Dare 2 Share Ministries, and the 2010-2011 Un conference tour, please visit www.dare2share.org.
 

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