Saturday, January 30, 2010


Discernment, contrary to the weltgeist, is a good thing (Phil 1.9-11; Rom 12.1-2). Unfortunately discerning people can go to far to feeling a need to critique everything around or to developing feelings of superiority and disdain. These are wrong and must be discerned and corrected. The existence of error among those discerning is not reason to abandon this instruction from God.

1 comment:

Brendt said...

"discern/ment" has totally lapped "Calvinist" in the "things I am/do but hate to admit because of the abuse of the term" race. ;-)