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5. Conversion


5.  Conversion The second type of defensive adjustment is called Conversion.  In psychology this term does NOT have to do with the conversion of a person to Christ.  It is talking about the Conversion of a conflict within one’s mind … Continue reading

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1. Projection


  Image via Wikipedia   1.  Projection The first aggressive adjustment is called Projection.  Projection occurs when a person trys to blame someone else for their own sin.  By blaming others for the sin they do not wish to recognize … Continue reading

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The varied dimensions of pressure:


  Image via Wikipedia   The varied dimensions of pressure: 1. Loss of meaning in a living situation. Many servant – children admit to feelings of meaninglessness in their living.  Such an expression of loss of meaning in the living … Continue reading

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Image by Fergal OP via FlickrWhat would you say to a friend who is having a “bad time” and is becoming “bitter” to God?


Image by Fergal OP via Flickr What would you say to a friend who is having a “bad time” and is becoming “bitter” to God? St. Augustine explains that: “God knows, controls and acts in all events in order to … Continue reading

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Meditate


  Image via Wikipedia Image via Wikipedia   Meditate Meditate on the things God has saved you from: hell, drugs, despair, alcohol, sinful habits, hopelessness, restlessness, and selfishness.  Thank God for this most wonderful gift of redemption. What would it … Continue reading

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One Greater than the temple


Image via WikipediaOne Greater than the temple   NICODEMUS Your disciples pick heads of grain on the Sabbath, this is unlawful. JESUS Haven’t you read what David did when he and his companions ate the consecrated bread – which was … Continue reading

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