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Keys to Biblical Counseling

Keys to Biblical Counseling

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Keys to Biblical Counseling
Jim Pile
Associate Pastor, Pastoral Care and Visitation Ministries
Keys to Biblical Counseling
Jim Pile
Associate Pastor, Pastoral Care and Visitation Ministries

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Keys to Biblical Counseling
Jim Pile
 Associate Pastor, Pastoral Care and Visitation Ministries
 
INTRODUCTIONI. ESTABLISH INVOLVEMENT
A. Biblical Examples
ACTS 20:31
 
 — 
“Therefore be on the alert, remembering that night and day for a period of threeyears I did not cease to admonish each one with tears.”
1 THESSALONIANS 2:7-8
— “But we proved to be gentle among you, as a nursing mother tenderly cares for her own children. Having thus a fond affection for you, we were well-pleasedto impart to you not only the gospel of God but also our own lives, because you had become verydear to us.”B. Definition
 
 Building a relationship with the counselee where you put yourself in a position to help
 
PROVERBS
27:6,
9b
 
 — 
“…So a man's counsel is sweet to his friend.”The counselee needs to see the counselor as a trusted
friend
or advisor.Recognize that the counselee may never have had such a relationship before.C. How Involvement Is Established1.
 
Be available (Acts 20:31; but keep balance of Gal. 6:2 and 6:5).2.
 
Show compassion.3.
 
Take counselee seriously.4.
 
Express confidence in counselee’s ability to obey Scripture.5.
 
Receive counselee’s disagreements without being defensive.6.
 
Observe confidentiality.7.
 
Be honest.
 
 2
8.
 
Model fruit of the Spirit.9.
 
Communicate clearly.10.
 
Be a good listener.11.
 
Be solution-oriented.
II. GATHER DATA
A. Why Gather Data1.
 
Which one? 1 Thess. 5:142.
 
Which approach? John 4:7-423.
 
What is true issue? Jer. 6:14B. What Kind of Data to Gather All categories of life(P.R.E.A.C.H. acronym by Wayne Mack)P—PhysicalR—Resources and RelationshipsE—EmotionsA—ActionsC—Conceptual (Thinking)H—HistoricalC. How to Gather DataAsk proper questions:1.
 
Extensive and intensive2.
 
Relevant3.
 
Questions that find facts4.
 
Open-ended5.
 
Specific
 
 3
6.
 
Withhold judgment.7.
 
Mark important areas for further questioning.8.
 
Observe
countenance.
 9.
 
Information from othersD. Importance of Listening1. Necessary (Prov. 18:13)2. Requires self-control3. Listen for:-
 
Wrong goals-
 
Expectations/lusts-
 
Blameshifting-
 
“Can’t,” “unable,” “too much”-
 
Victim mentality-
 
Calling sin sickness-
 
“Rabbit trails”-
 
What counselee doesn’t say-
 
Hopelessness-
 
Evasiveness-
 
Exaggerations-
 
Defensiveness-
 
Judging another’s motives-
 
Willingness to accept responsibility
III. MAKE A PROPER INTERPRETATION
A. Example of InterpretationMark 6:45-52

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