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Five Common Emotions (10 Part Video)
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Five Common Emotions (10 Part Video)
Cost: $40.00
Clearing the Guilty Conscience, Overcoming Bitterness by Learning to Forgive, Anger, Depression: Avoiding Despair in Difficult Times, Fear, Anxiety, and Worry Don’t Have to Control You

 

 

 

Clearing the Guilty Conscience

The conscience is a moral program that God placed in our heart! However, the conscience can be misled through our culture and personal practices. A person’s conscience may be over-sensitive or insensitive!  In this session you will learn how to clear a misguided or guilty conscience.  You will learn about the true understanding of confession and repentance.

 

Overcoming Bitterness by Learning to Forgive

God’s forgiveness of us is the basis of our forgiveness of others.  When we don’t forgive others we harbor bitterness and anger against them.  In this session, you will learn steps that lead to true forgiveness and ways to overcome resentment.

 

"Get Rid of All Anger & Then What?"

Option 1: Stuff Anger.  Option 2: Vent Anger.  Option 3: Replace Anger (with Biblical action!). We all regularly experience anger-provoking situations and it's various "code words" like, "I'm frustrated", "I'm upset" and "I'm ticked off".  Scripture tells us on one hand, "In your anger, do not sin" (Eph 4:26), and then five verses later says, "get rid of all anger" (Eph 4:31). Come learn how to use anger-provoking situations as divine calls to do something biblical about the problem.

 

Depression:  Avoiding Despair in Difficult Times

In this session, you will learn factors that contribute and may even cause a despairing perspective and how to help a depressed person biblically.  You will learn about the downward spiral of depression and the tools to stop that spiral by faith-motivated perspectives and actions.

 

Fear, Anxiety, and Worry Don’t Have to Control You

Sinful fear is believing something to be more dangerous and powerful than God.  Worry is pondering on that which you fear with the primary purpose of avoiding pain. Finally, anxiety is the physical result of consistent worry.  In this session you will learn how to overcome all three through biblical faith and action.


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