Tweet Creed Meme

I was tagged by David Ker on his Lingamish blog for this meme. As much as I don’t like memes, this one is at least pertinent to this blog.

Here is what’s required:

Can you write a meme in less than 140 characters, the equivalent of a Twitter ‘tweet,’ that results in a statement that every Christian could confess?

If someone sincerely confessed this creed you would:

  1. Consider them to be a brother or sister in Christ.
  2. Believe that they are true believers and inheritors of eternal life.

Here is mine:

God Most High, planned before creating all, His wisdom-Christ crucified. He chose us, believe Him, receive His Spirit, 3 in 1, we’re heirs.

Very awkward but I wanted to include the important stuff and had to remove many of the little words that would help it make more sense.

In studying 1 Corinthians 1:17-2:2 I was wondering if this is creedal in some way so I included the wisdom of Christ crucified part.

As is customary here, I will provide Scripture to back up what is said which is always a good exercise for me and essential for making any doctrinal or creedal statements.

Psalm 47:2; Acts 2:22-23; 1 Corinthians 1:30; Ephesians 1:4, Romans 5:8; John 5:24; 2 Corinthians 1:22, 2 Corinthians 5:5; John 17:22; Matthew 28:19; John 1:12, Romans 8:16-17

I do not want to inflict any specific persons by tagging them but if you would like to participate please do and let us know. It’s a good exercise. Be sure to see Lingamish’s post to look at others.

This reminds me, I’d like to do some Christian Haiku at some point.

3 Responses to “Tweet Creed Meme”

  1. 1 David Ker

    Nice work! The terseness is very twittery.

  2. 2 Damian

    Jeff,That is a good one. You managed to fit in a lot of the doctrine I had trouble squeezing into mine.If you write Christian Haiku, you have to post it ;).

  3. 3 Scripture Zealot

    I might do my first meme and inflict it on those who have punished me.

    Right now I am sick with a stinking cold.

    I’m preparing for a couple of book reviews. One of the ways I’m preparing is reading the book.

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