Marie Durand endured imprisonment for her faith for 38 years. Her perseverance provides inspiration to us to remember God’s providence, provision, and purpose in our trials and temptations.
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The importance, difference, and power of biblical hope in the counseling process.
True faith is that which yields itself, despite all its insufficiency, on the sufficiency of Christ.
What are some attributes of God that we can we call to mind in times of distress?
No matter what your suffering looks or feels like, the beauty of biblical truths like these will refresh your weary soul when you make the choice to rejoice.
In Psalm 131, David calls Israel to a renewed hope in God and models for them—and us—how to cultivate a life of “effectual confidence in God.”
We live in a world that instantly gratifies our needs. This is however contrary to the Christian privilege of waiting upon the Lord.
Hebrews 4:14-16 is a Christ-centered passage that faithfully and repeatedly gives hope to our counselees by examining the person and work of Christ.
When doubt arises, we must be quick to remember God’s ways are not disordered, and He is against the fog of doubt that stumbles our faith.
Always stand firm on truth and remember, God our Father is sufficient for you and for me.
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Without faith it is impossible to please God.
Counseling Application of Psalm 62:8
God used Psalm 62 to define His own love to a soul in need of love and provided hope as her refuge.