Book: What Would Jesus Tweet? by Deborah Diancategories: Book, Religion, Words of Jesus, Words of Christ, Teachings of Jesus, Teachings of Christ, Bible Verses, Christian Tweets, Christian Message, Religious Nonfiction, Christian Nonfiction, Christian Books, Christianity
Deborah Dianabout this book: Jesus was an amazing communicator and his words still ring true 2,000 years after his death. How would Jesus get his message out to his followers in the world today? Almost certainly, he would use social media to spread his word to both Christians and non-Christians alike. Even the Pope uses Twitter and it is likely that Jesus or his disciples would, as well, if they were alive today. The book, "What Would Jesus Tweet?" converts over 200 Bible verses from the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John into the correct length and format to be used on Twitter. This book is a handy tool for Christians who want to spread the words of Christ around the world. The verses were carefully compiled over a period of months, using the King James Version of the Bible as well as modern translations. Every effort was made to keep the meaning of the verses true to their original intent, while formatting them for use on Twitter. This book can also be enjoyed by non-Twitter users who want to read the essential teachings of Jesus in the simplest language possible. Pass it on to your teenagers to give them a clear understanding of Christ's message.
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