Sunday, February 03, 2013Charles Spurgeon on Discernment “Discernment is not knowing the difference between right and wrong. It is knowing the difference between right and almost right.” —C.H. Spurgeon Apologetics315 is a non-profit ministry. You can support this work here. Do you do your shopping at Amazon? If so, using this Amazon link supports Apologetics315. In the UK? Use this UK Amazon link. By Brian Auten on February 3, 2013 at 7:30 am Topics: apologetics, Charles Spurgeon, Quotes 4 comments 0 Related Author Interview: Johnny V. Miller Book Review: Responsibility and Atonement by Richard Swinburne 4 Comments MaryLou February 3, 2013 This is one of those statements that is both simple and profound. The devil likes to mix his lies with just enough of the truth to make it look plausible. We rarely fall for the out and out bald-faced lie, but those half-truths can be so deceptive. patrickhazard February 4, 2013 Great truth to this quote! Michael Snow February 23, 2013 And Spurgeon's keen discernment exceeds that of many: http://spurgeonwarquotes.wordpress.com/ hopeseeker97 June 2, 2017 Wonder how he would refute the saying "all truth is God's truth"? I know this is a lie, but so many are falling for it and looking at other sources rather than the Word of God. Man's "truth" changes over time, but God's never does. Also God's truth can only be discerned by the Holy Spirit. God's ways and thoughts are so much higher than our own! Just because it works doesn't mean it is from God! Would have loved to hear Charles Spurgeon. The next best thing is going on those sites that read them.