We must learn to diligently hide God’s Word in our hearts, to be watchful in prayer, and to stay in the protection of the church.
This book provides insight into the birth of the biblical counseling movement. It bolsters confidence in God and His Scriptures.
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Christians who experienced abuse from their parents when they were children yet want to obey God’s call to honor their parents face a dilemma.
Love your counselees by hearing before you speak.
There is liberty and joy that comes from humbly knowing that apart from the work of Jesus Christ in our lives, we cannot do anything that is of value or worth before Him.
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God regularly and predominantly uses our habits to bring about greater spiritual maturity.
As you understand the origin of the other person’s attitude, words, and actions is sought treasure, you can recognize the greater sin is against God, not you.
The task of putting off bitterness is an active pursuit of Christlikeness.
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We shouldn’t be shocked to find biases in secular literature. If this battle against bias can be found within us, as believers, it will surely be found within the secularist who is not anchored in the truth of God.
By keeping our minds focused on the Lord and His victory at the cross, we can live in life-giving hope and share this hope as we counsel.
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Public proclamation of God’s Word has to be more than just an exegetical exercise.