Meet Him Again

Start your day with a Christ-filled tweet!

Would you like to reshape how you see Jesus? How you enjoy him? How you live for him? How he ministers to others through you?

Believe it or not, one daily tweet that gives you a greater vision of Christ can deepen your entire relationship with him for the rest of that day!

Every day you can meet Jesus again—through the “Meet Him Again” Twitter resource from David Bryant and ChristNow.com.

Using just 280 characters for each daily tweet, David Bryant helps his Twitter followers gain fresh insights into the wonders of our Redeemer—snapshots of the glories of his supremacy that renew their walk with him.

Here’s one way it can do this for you

First, the moment you wake up in the morning, you’ll know that a brand-new tweet is waiting for you. Begin your day by reading it, maybe while you’re still sitting in bed. Then, reflect on it as you dress for the day. Finally, offer a brief prayer or praise in response to it as you head out the door.

But do more: Think back on that day’s tweet from time to time throughout the rest of the day—letting it soak into your heart. Invite the Holy Spirit to take you deeper into the realities it points you toward—beyond what a tweet’s 280 characters could ever capture.

As you fall asleep that night, rejoice one more time in how this insight has given you a little bit more of an encounter with the greatness of Jesus.

Over time, the “heavenly food” of the tweets will start to fill you up. Just think how much deeper your relationship with Christ could be a year from now after you’ve been spiritually nourished by the previous 365 tweets!

Join David Bryant on this exciting, unparalleled adventure with Twitter. Grow in a fresh vision of the greatness of God’s Son. Become more fully consumed by your love for him and who he is today!

We invite you to “Meet Him Again!” Sign up here today.

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“Can you give me samples of David’s tweets?”

You bet! Here are four tweets focused on truths about Jesus and LOVE:

  • MEET HIM AGAIN. For all eternity, LOVE has reigned supreme. Before anything was made—before there were any humans to forgive or reconcile or embrace—LOVE still existed. The Father LOVED his Son, and the Son LOVED his Father. Now YOU are wrapped in that love throughout this day.
  • MEET HIM AGAIN. In the Trinity, love is DYNAMIC, not static. The Father gives everything to BLESS the Son. The Son offers it all back to GLORIFY the Father. Their love is EXCHANGED and SUSTAINED by the Holy Spirit, who serves them both. Today YOU are bound to Jesus in that love.
  • MEET HIM AGAIN. The triune God never acts out of a NEED. He loves us in the fullness of the inherent, UNCONDITIONAL love of the Trinity. Today Christ is DRAWING you into the fullness of this triune love—undiluted and inexhaustible. Alive in Christ, you’re ALIVE in this LOVE.
  • MEET HIM AGAIN. Who ever loved us like JESUS loves us? Who ever GAVE UP as much as he? He LEFT the eternal, triune “Circle of Love” to become our only hope of salvation. “Rich as he was, he gave it all away for us—in one stroke, he became POOR, and we became RICH (2 Cor. 8).

Those are examples of what will land on your mobile device to help you begin each morning focused on the wonders of Jesus—to help you meet him, again and again, every single day. Start today!


About the Author

Over the past 40 years, David Bryant has been defined by many as a “messenger of hope” and a “Christ proclaimer” to the Church throughout the world. Formerly a minister-at-large with the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, president of Concerts of Prayer International (COPI), and chairman of America’s National Prayer Committee, David now provides leadership to ChristNow.com and Proclaim Hope!, whose mission is to foster and serve Christ-awakening movements. Order his widely read books at DavidBryantBooks.com. Enjoy his regular CHRIST TODAY podcast.


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