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Counseling God’s Way

Much of the church world today has adapted secular systems of counseling, by integrating human theories or philosophies with God’s absolute Truth. Throughout the course, we are shown time and again that there is no better Counselor than God Himself, Who is our “Wonderful Counselor” (Isaiah 9:6). The Bible is our “plumb line,” which is to be used in counseling all areas of the Christian life. Only God knows the path that carries divine necessity with it, and all those who are guided by the Holy Spirit through Scripture will walk victoriously.

1. Introduction—The Lord as Counselor

2. The Lord as Counselor, Part 2
3. Counseling and Discipleship
Section II. God’s Way in Counseling
4. Counseling and Sanctification
5. God’s Word in Counseling
6. The Holy Spirit in Counseling
7. Prayer in Counseling
Section III. Counselors and Their Equipping
8. Church Life in Counseling
9. Who Is to Do Counseling
10. Equipping for Counseling Ministry
11. Vital Issues for Counseling
Section IV. Foundational Truths for Counseling
12. Vital Issues
13. In Adam or in Christ
14. United with Christ
15. Walking According to the Flesh
16. Walking According to the Spirit
17. Who We Are in Christ
18. Renewing of the Mind
19. Spiritual Warfare
Section V. Major Threats to Counseling God’s Way
20. Victory in Spiritual Warfare
21. Forsaking Our Wonderful Counselor
22. Turning to Worldly Counsel
Section VI. Counseling Session Guidelines
23. Counseling Session Guidelines
24. Questions and Final Exhortation

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June 29th,2016

Morning and Evening Charles Haddon Spurgeon June 29 “Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him.” — 1 Thessalonians 4:14 Let us not imagine that the soul sleeps in insensibi… Source: Ju…

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June 29th,2016

Morning and Evening Charles Haddon Spurgeon June 29 “Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him.” — 1 Thessalonians 4:14 Let us not imagine that the soul sleeps in insensibi…

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June 29th,2016

Morning and Evening
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
June 29
“Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him.” — 1 Thessalonians 4:14

Let us not imagine that the soul sleeps in insensibility. “Today shalt thou be with me in paradise,” is the whisper of Christ to every dying saint. They “sleep in Jesus,” but their souls are before the throne of God, praising Him day and night in His temple, singing hallelujahs to Him who washed them from their sins in His blood. The body sleeps in its lonely bed of earth, beneath the coverlet of grass. But what is this sleep? The idea connected with sleep is “rest,” and that is the thought which the Spirit of God would convey to us. Sleep makes each night a Sabbath for the day. Sleep shuts fast the door of the soul, and bids all intruders tarry for a while, that the life within may enter its summer garden of ease. The toil-worn believer quietly sleeps, as does the weary child when it slumbers on its mother’s breast. Oh! happy they who die in the Lord; they rest from their labours, and their works do follow them. Their quiet repose shall never be broken until God shall rouse them to give them their full reward. Guarded by angel watchers, curtained by eternal mysteries, they sleep on, the heritors of glory, till the fulness of time shall bring the fulness of redemption. What an awaking shall be theirs! They were laid in their last resting place, weary and worn, but such they shall not rise. They went to their rest with the furrowed brow, and the wasted features, but they wake up in beauty and glory. The shrivelled seed, so destitute of form and comeliness, rises from the dust a beauteous flower. The winter of the grave gives way to the spring of redemption and the summer of glory. Blessed is death, since it, through the divine power, disrobes us of this work-day garment, to clothe us with the wedding garment of incorruption. Blessed are those who “sleep in Jesus.”

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Today’s Promise from the Bible Philippians 2:13

Philippians 2:13 For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of [his] good pleasure. Reflection Praise the Almighty King! May all glory be given to the Father who is conforming us to …

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Today’s Promise from the Bible Philippians 2:13

For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of [his] good pleasure.

Reflection

Praise the Almighty King! May all glory be given to the Father who is conforming us to His righteousness. In spite of our wicked sin nature, God takes great joy to mold our hearts into His beautiful uprightness. For we are also promised that every good work in us comes from Him for the purpose of His honour (Hebrews 13:21).

Amen, LORD Jesus and thank you.

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Genesis 32:1

“the angels of God met him. Ps.91:11 >  For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. Ps.34:7>   Matt.4:6  Luke 4:10   Heb. 1:14 Heb.1:14>  are they no…

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