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God Is a Better Witness Than Twitter Readers

Explaining why he doesn't Twitter, author and editor Skye Jethani writes:

I know I'll get grief for this, but in the 2004 film Shall We Dance?, one character had a really insightful bit of dialogue:
We need a witness to our lives. There are a billion people on the planet … I mean, what does any one life really mean? But in a marriage, you're promising to ...

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dawson brooks

June 15, 2011  12:20pm

This has been very helpful in my study of Ps. 139. Not only am I grateful to know that there really is somebody else who doesn't tweet, I am grateful to more fully understand the spiritual hunger for meaningfulness in our lives that drives the obsession within us to be connected. O that this God-given drive would always drive us to God where we discover we really do matter.

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