Tuesday, May 17, 2016

"The Road Not Taken" in 5 Tweets

A recap of the message "The Road Not Taken" (from our series "Practical: A Study in Proverbs") in 140 characters or less:
  1. The path of wisdom leads us to do that which is glorifying to God, to holiness in our attitudes and actions. #CrossPointUT
  2. "He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake" (Ps. 23:3; cf. Pr. 4:11). #CrossPointUT
  3. God can guide you in the regular routine of the day as well as "when thou runnest" (Pr. 4:12)—in the midst of the unexpected. #CrossPointUT
  4. "The path of the wicked" (Pr. 4:14) leads into the deep, disorienting wilderness of sin. One step is one too many. #CrossPointUT
  5. Like a journey begun at dawn wisdom leads to increasing light, while wickedness to increasing darkness (cf. Pr. 4:18, 19). #CrossPointUT 
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