Category: Abuse

The Opposite of Love

The Lord Jesus Christ taught us to call Him Father (Luke 11:2; Matt. 6:9). Dora learned through biblical counseling that she matters to God and that she has the privilege of calling Him Father, Abba. God the Father values His children; He is kind and loving and will care for and nurture His children when an earthly father will not. He hears our cries in the night (Ps. 55:17). He answers our pleas for help (Ps. 34:17; 6:9). He is is our ever present help in time of need (Ps. 46:1).

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Counseling the Emotionally Abused Woman

Special Audio File Today Julie is driving back from the Biblical Counseling Coalition Global Summit in Chicago, IL today. We are offering a special audio in lieu of her usual blog post.This workshop was recorded at our B3 Conference in March. 25+ other audio files are available for purchase at the Reigning Grace Counseling Center website. Counseling the Emotionally Abused Woman by Julie Ganschow...

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Forgiven so Great a Debt

Then Peter came up and said to him, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you seven times, but seventy-seven times. Matthew. 18:21-22 Jesus said in Matt. 18:21-35 we are to forgive one another 70 times 7. People struggle with forgiveness for a variety of reasons. As a biblical counselor, I can tell you experience has shown me that few people really understand what forgiveness is. We tend to mingle several things together and want to call it “forgiveness.” Forgiving a person doesn’t...

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