Teaching Counselees to Meditate
Truth In Love 386
How do we meditate on Scripture and teach others to practice this spiritual discipline?
Helping Counselees Form Good Habits
Truth in Love 335
Our goal as biblical counselors is to help form habits in the counselee that will last long after we’re done meeting with them.
The Subtle Sin of Prayerlessness
Prayerlessness is sin, as is the self-sufficient heart attitude of independence that feeds it.
We have opportunities every day to move towards the goal of Christlikeness and pleasing God in all the activities of our day.
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.
Heart and Habits
Truth in Love 327
God regularly and predominantly uses our habits to bring about greater spiritual maturity.
Do You Want a Blessing?
Hearing and obeying God’s Word provides incredible blessings for the one who does so.
Striving in Prayer
When we remember that all human effort lies prostrate before the throne of God’s providence, we’ll strive in prayer.
Evidence of Salvation and Protection of Faith
When a believer is walking in the Spirit, led by the Spirit, and keeping in step with the Spirit, the Spirit of God produces self-control in that person.
The Biblical Counselor as a Biblical Scholar
To be able to counsel well, we must understand who our God is and what He is saying.
Teaching Counselees to Pray
Truth in Love 295
The spiritual discipline of prayer is fundamental to our growth in Christ.
Truths to Motivate Prayer
No matter how many strategies or excuses we try, prayerlessness is ultimately a matter of the heart.