What Biblical Counseling Is Not . . .

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  1. That is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen! But as crazy as this sounds, it is not as far off as people think from correct counseling– not as far off. It is off, far off, just not as far off as people think. Most Christians who are in sin don’t think they have the ability to “STOP IT.” But compulsion is different from coercion. We may sometimes be compelled to do something, but never coerced. If it’s coerced, it’s not sin. But I can’t think of the last time I was coerced to do something (forced against my will).

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