Discerning the world defends discernment bloggers calls some satiricists humourless!

Just when we thought we were under attack, Discerning the World comes to the rescue and makes a tough stand on discernment blogging. Indeed Discerning the World (DTW) goes so far to say that some discernment bloggers are humourless. Our research robot monkeys are currently attempting to track down one humourless satirical discernment blog, and when we find em’ well post it (let DTW know if you find one too) All I have to say is thank goodness for their valiant stand on truth and convoluted website.I can’t bear to read the the DTW missive because I simply get too giddy & proud…and by proud I don’t mean the unbiblical ‘pride’ but more happy and content kind of proud. I’m just proud that they have come to our defence.

We need MORE discernmentalism…..not less. We need more missives. We need more biblical discernment of the likes of the mighty Discerning the World. We need to know on a daily basis about a gospel that says who is in and who is out of the Kingdom of Heaven. We don’t want to hear about the man Jesus who bore our sins on a cross and died for the whole world. We want to keep the world out, and our little spiritual camp clean and pure.(just like us). We want heavy loads placed on the heathens, and a feather lite one for ourselves.

Truthslayer

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One Response to Discerning the world defends discernment bloggers calls some satiricists humourless!

  1. addict says:

    Yes thank you for what your saying this approach to sp. ops!is building something in me, Praise Him. I would ask are you (euphemistically)working for the Lord or with Him.

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