In this episode of the Biblical Counseling Podcast, Pastor Jeff Christianson will talk about the importance of self-counsel during trials. Before you can counsel somebody else about their trials, you must have a good theology and the ability to self-counsel. Walk in God’s counsel for your own edification, maturity, and growth. If you are not walking in victory during your trials, how are you going to help others?
Today we are going to talk about God’s resources for biblical counseling. You can serve the Lord with your own energy, strength, intellect, and will power instead of drawing from Christ (the Head). It is a matter of source or resource. Where are you sourcing the power, wisdom, guidance, and direction from?
SCROLL DOWN TO THE COMMENTS! What You’ll Discover in this Episode:The Advantage of Personal ConversationLet us continue our discussion from the last two podcasts about covering or confronting an offense. In this podcast, Pastor Jeff talks about the advantage of personal conversation in conflict resolution. If there is an issue which is important enough to
Let us discuss further when to cover an offense and when to confront because it is sin? When can you cover it, overlook it, and move on? When do you need to confront it?
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When others revile you, Jesus understands 1 Peter 2:23. When Jesus was reviled, He did not revile in return. We look to Christ in you. The hope of glory is the only way not to revile in return. As the work of the Sprit of God equips us to respond in ways that reflect His love, it is maturity.
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