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Thankfulness is about more than the holiday season—it’s a posture of our hearts, the filter our minds should consider life through, and the means by which we act.
Prayer is the most important thing you can do in your life. Satan trembles when he sees, the weakest saint upon his knees.
We are encouraged to “follow our hearts,” which means to “follow our feelings” as if emotions are the best way to make a decision. One of the most common ways a biblical marriage counselor hears this is when a spouse says something like, “I feel God wants me to be happy” or “I feel I should get a divorce. The Bible does not use the word heart as contemporary American culture does- and, I might add, the
I do a fair volume of relationship and family counseling; husbands and wives, parents and children, a married couple and one set of their in-laws—you name it, I’ve probably engaged in some variation of it. These are often quite painful. And, living in a world that is consistently telling us we are entitled to our own way, only further complicates these unpleasant dialogues. I have watched too many families self-destruct.
The loss of transparency in the church is a loss of vital power in the community. Transparency can be the first step in reviving the effectiveness of the church.
One of the more painful problems parents endure is when they think their teen or young adult decided for Jesus in their youth but now are deconstructing their faith.
Through acceptance, great change is possible. The first change comes in the form of theological
alignment. You are following the example of Jesus, by not resisting pain but accepting that God
is doing something uncomfortable in your life.
If we don’t have empathy we mentally, “check-out” and go about our own lives, yet there’s the reality of suffrage of real people dealing with real struggle in their heart wounds of abandonment that crushes their souls.
Communication is one of the most common presenting issues in marriage counseling. Do you suppose the couple does not know how to communicate, or is it that they communicate in ways that tear down rather than build up?
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