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Ten 10 Twitter Tips for Christians

These tips are for me to ponder because I have to work on improving my relationships all the time. I'm so imperfect... In my case, I know that the love of Christ helps me honor others even when I don't like them or agree with them. I know it's possible to make our personal opinions known in a loving, courteous and respectful way.

Twitter Tip #1 for Christians: We're all measured by what we post on Twitter. Remember that we are to represent Christ first.

Twitter Tip #2 for Christians: If you use Christian in your Twitter or FaceBook bio, remember it's not about you. Don't embarrass the Lord...or the rest of us...

Twitter Tip #3 for Christians: If you must use street language, poke fun at others and say rude things, please don’t include Christian in your bio.

Twitter Tip #4 for Christians: Don't use Christian or wisdom in your name or bio if you are going to promote secular "wisdom" or make statements that contradict Christianity. God's wisdom isn't of this world.

Twitter Tip #5 for Christians: You may be gifted, but without love, you are nothing! See 1 Corinthians 13:2.

Twitter Tip #6 for Christians: We are not perfect, but when you know Christ you can love perfectly even when you don't like the person(s). Encourage others with that love! Don't tear them down.

Twitter Tip #7 for Christians: Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous, it does not brag, and it is not proud. 1 Corinthians 13:4

Twitter Tip #8 for Christians: Love is not rude, is not selfish, and does not get upset with others. 1 Corinthians 13:5

Twitter Tip #9 for Christians: Love takes no pleasure in evil but rejoices over the truth. 1 Corinthians 13:6

Twitter Tip #10 for Christians: Love patiently accepts all things. It always trusts, always hopes, and always endures. 1 Corinthians 13:7

Twitter Tip bonus for Christians: Are your words acceptable to your children, teenagers, those you teach, your boss (clients, coworkers) or your spouse, parents, or siblings?
 
Do you have additional tips to share?

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  1. Thanks for sharing, dear one. God help us to live to bring glory to Him. How is your mother now? God grant you the grace to pull through in Jesus name. Amen

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