Psalm 57: Taking Refuge in God
What does it mean to take refuge in God?
God’s Nearness in the Midst of a Cry for Justice and a Heart of Humility
Psalm 139 helps us to see that we need a bigger view of God so that we can think and act rightly in the difficult trials we face.
Take Joy in the God of Your Salvation
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.
Because I am not God
Three Reflections on the Creator-Creature Distinction
God is God, and we are not, and that is a good thing.
Cultivating a Hope-Filled Life
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.”
Waiting Upon the Lord in a Busy World
We live in a world that instantly gratifies our needs. This is however contrary to the Christian privilege of waiting upon the Lord.
Recovering Human Dignity
Truth In Love 383
Why do we need, more than ever before, a theology of mankind?
Does Your Counselee Know the Lord?
All counseling is evangelism until that person comes to Christ.
What is Legalism?
What is a biblical understanding of legalism?
Hoping in Our Great High Priest
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.
Key Resources for Spiritual Growth
When we access the resources given to us by God, we will be able to develop Christlikeness faster and with greater depth.
The Necessity of Works with Faith
Truth In Love 373
What’s the difference between justification and sanctification? Why is it important to teach a biblical view of faith and works in the counseling room?