I’ve been particularly busy with uni, so since not many of you follow me on Twitter, I thought I’d give you some of my recent tweets for your edification and/or amusement.

tweet 1: A hassle is something in which the effort required exceeds the value placed on the outcome.

tweet 2: Today is tomorrow’s yesterday.

tweet 3: To the immoderate, moderation seems extreme.

tweet 4: Some people’s security is manufactured in China and retailed by Kmart.

tweet 5: What you did “today” yesterday is most likely what you’ll do “today” tomorrow.

tweet 6: God hears the prayer of a child with the same interest as the He hears the prayer of an MP.

tweet 7: An excess of mugs around the house may be evidence of a culture that is losing touch with what gift giving is really about.

tweet 8: The difference between an expert and a critic is that the expert can also tell you how to do it right.

tweet 9: Jesus’ coming to earth was like downgrading from digital HD surround-sound home theatre with Blu Ray to a black and white tube television.

tweet 10: Preachers: Let the Word speak. Don’t muzzle it. Don’t muddle it. Let it speak.

tweet 11: There is incredible power in an hour in a coffee shop with a Bible, paper, and a pen.

tweet 12: Small talk can make a big impression.

tweet 13: The Christian life is one of unrivalled suffering and unrivalled joy.

tweet 14: The simplicity of sincerity.

tweet 15: Care enough to know. Dare enough to be known.

tweet 16: “You are a ring-bearer, Frodo. To bear a ring of power is to be alone.” -Galadriel, The Lady of the Wood

tweet 17: Often has the kingdom of Christ marched forward over a cup of coffee.

tweet 18: That’s the thing about things that “go without saying.” They should never go without being said.

tweet 19: Methods change. Principles never do.

tweet 20: There’s a big difference between hating error and loving truth.

tweet 21: Just because something is common doesn’t mean it’s normal.

tweet 22: The only alternative to letting your friends find out who you really are is to trick them into thinking you’re someone you’re not.

tweet 23: The human spirit is a stunning combination of resilience and fragility.

tweet 24: Peter’s impetuosity occasioned many a blessed opportunity for us to learn from his master. Thank you, Peter.

tweet 25: Be real first. Then be godly. Otherwise, you’ll never know if it’s just a mask or if you’re really godly.

tweet 26: Thinks “Hampster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie” would be a great book. =D https://www.gocomics.com/calvinandhobbes/2010/02/03/

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About Jason Harris

Dr Jason Harris is a writer, pastor, and academic. He has authored multiple books, articles, and papers including his book Theological Meditations on the Gospel. Jason has a PhD from James Cook University as well as degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research. Jason has lived in Cairns, Australia since 2007 and serves as pastor at CrossPoint Church. You can contact Jason at jason@jasonharris.com.au.


  1. RoSeZ 13 April, 2010 at 4:33 pm - Reply

    I like #16. =P

    What is Chilcott’s Jubilate? I looked for it on youtube and couldn’t find it… =)

  2. Jason Harris 13 April, 2010 at 9:50 pm - Reply

    Google Chilcott. I don’t know of a recording of the piece but I have it on a choir CD from university.

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