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Brain C-13

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-13)

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A loving doe, a graceful Brain C-13 Review deer may her breasts satisfy you always, may you ever be captivated by her love.* * Monogamy is an important aspect of commitment in marriage Married persons are not to be sexual with anyone but their spouse, nor are they to permit their spouse to be sexual with other persons. Also, there are biblical suggestions that part of the marriage commitment is a commitment to remain sexually intimate with ones marriage partner. Marriage is a serious commitment; it is a life-long covenant. When we are wed we vow to be with another person in sickness and in health; for better of for worse. Help us God, to keep these vows and commitments. Give us wisdom and grace in all manners concerning the marriage covenant. Try video counseling for help. God promises that a bruised reed He will not break (Isaiah 42:3). As a Christian counselor, you should endeavor to model your caring after His and not burden a person who is already suffering. If the person is suffering for the consequences of his own sin, he may also be dealing with guilt and shame. You will need to help him confess sin, assess the lessons learned, and come up with an action plan to move forward. If the persons suffering are because of someone else's sin or failure, listen to the story and gently guide the person to ways that he can walk through the pain and get to the other side. If the persons suffering is due to circumstances beyond his control (an illness, an act of God such as a fire or tornado), begin to assess steps to take that will help him handle the situation. Taken in one big chunk, the situation is way too big to handle. But one step at a time, he can get through it. Remind the person that suffering can do three things in his life, if he lets it: Despite its painfulness, suffering can be very valuable. Suffering clarifies what the heart truly worships, especially when the pain is unexplained and unabated. Does he worship the idea of deliverance, or the Deliverer?

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