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Helping the Counselee Understand Competing Voices

September 21st, 2020 by posted in Counseling

“When truth lines up next to error, Bible next to philosophies of life, Christ next to figments of the imagination, you can learn to spot the difference in a flash. Good is good, evil evil, never the twain shall meet, and God trains our senses to discern good and evil. But in actual lives lived […]

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When Should We End Counseling

August 15th, 2020 by posted in Counseling

I have been counseling for many years. And yet, there are always issues in counseling that don’t seem to get any easier with time or experience. Maybe it’s just that I have a hard time learning simple lessons, or that I become emotionally invested with counselees. I think in the case of this short article, […]

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The Importance of Giving Hope

July 31st, 2020 by posted in Counseling, Suffering

One of the most important aspects in biblical counseling is giving hope. My experience, however, is that many biblical counselors find this a very secondary issue. We have the tendency to focus on heart idols well, we ask fairly good questions, and while sometimes we struggle giving good homework, that is always in the forefront […]

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Book Review: Uprooting Anger by Robert Jones

May 22nd, 2020 by posted in Counseling

Introduction Ivan Denisovich, you shouldn’t pray to get parcels or for extra stew, not for that.  Things that man puts a high price on are vile in the eyes of Our Lord.  We must pray about things of the spirit–that the Lord Jesus should remove the scum of anger from our hearts.[1] We all understand […]

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