From my old-fashioned perspective, it just feels safer to write what I want to say then hit "Publish to FB & Twitter." It feels like a lot less could go wrong. From the viewpoint of those more techy fellows on the other side of the system, scheduling posts is no big deal. It's a lot like our spiritual trust. We have God's promise that He'll make things easier for us, that He's taking care of things on our behalf even when we don't see Him doing so, yet we break into hives over relinquishing control. It seems foolish to doubt God's ability to follow through, for like those wonderfully informed individuals who've long been comfortable with technology, God's comfortable in His role of handling what we can't see or understand. In fact, He does it so much more efficiently than we can do with our limitations.
Tip: If you are like me and struggle with trusting what you don't fully understand or what you can't see and touch, then write Proverbs 3:5 on your mirror as a reminder of the best place to begin your trust journey. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding."