Twitter is a very popular networking site where you, as of right now, are allowed to post comments in your account that are 140 characters in length. The 140 character limit really forces some creativity sometimes to really get a statement made - hence the occasional poor grammar, spelling, missing punctuation, or other forms of creativity where deliberate liberties were taken by us to get a thought fully said. In this collection, we won't be sharing anyone else's "tweets" and probably won't be posting any where we were answering anyone about something that they'd just said on Twitter, but will essentially keep it to the brief thoughts that we've shared.
As of right now, no attempts are being made to organize these "tweets" into categories or subjects. Apparent groupings together of thoughts are because we likely made more than one comment about the same subject while at Twitter in the same sitting, as we explored how to clarify, had additional thoughts to share, or had to break up an idea into more than one comment to capture the moment of a meditation, sound-bite, or whatever one might call some of these one to three liners. These [original] "tweets" are preserved here for your edification.
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For the idols speak delusion; the diviners envision lies, and tell false dreams; they comfort in vain. Therefore the people wend their way like sheep; they are in trouble because there is no shepherd. Zechariah 10:2
Unless otherwise noted, Scripture quotations are from a solid Center Column Reference Study New King James Version Bible. Where Center Column Reference alternate renderings are preferred, they're not always noted on the site at the time of their usage in a given context, if there's a discrepancy between our quotation and a NKJV that our site's visitors use that's missing the Center Column Reference notes that provide more literal renderings, alternative Hebrew and Greek manuscript variations, etc. Sometimes an "Understood Subject" from the given chapter of the Bible or the particular book of the Bible (perhaps previous chapter) is given attention to while teaching. Reading (and rereading) each book of the Bible [in it's entirety] that's being quoted from in the midst of each subject is [always] greatly encouraged for added clarity! While we're [deeply] supportive of what's understood to be orthodox Christian doctrine on all matters, we're always looking for what God's ADDITIONALLY saying to us in each subject being taught.