Responsibility Counseling

1. The Growing Demand for Counseling

2. Confusion from Integration of Secular and Christian Thinking

3. Fundamental Principles of Biblical Counseling

4. Favorable Qualities for Biblical Counselors

5. Diverse Situations Encountered in Counseling

6. Self-Love or Self-Sacrifice

7. The Exchanged Life

8. Recognizing Root Causes and Symptoms

9. Encouraging Change Through Counseling

10. The Importance of Repentance

11. Ministering to the Unhappily Married

12. Pre-Marital Counseling

13. Other Counseling Problems

The Growing Demand For Counseling

Since the fall of man, when sin entered into the world, growing numbers of human beings have been beset by fears, conflicts and unresolved problems. Although believers have not been rendered immune by the Lord from these ills, they seem greater in those who are unreconciled to God. The many causes, which certainly include sin, are not some recent development of a complex society or strife-torn world. In Ecclesiastes 1:9 we are assured that: “There is nothing new under the sun.”

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