… of the prime instruments the Lord used to change my caracter …
I never thought that there were a third option …
… is perfect for the individual who reacts in a negative way when dealing with difficult people.
Selfishness, anger, resentment, retaliation … Are these the only options we have when people sin against us? Is that how we should respond to family members, neighbours, fellow believers, co-workers, enemies? “Not at all,” says Jay Adams.
There’s a better way, the way described by the apostle Paul in Romans 12:14-21. This practical exposition of that passage explores the nature of our warfare with evil and lays out the path to victory and peace. It offers help and insight in daily conflicts for ordinary believers, church leaders, and counselors.
About the Author: Competent to Counsel, Christian Living in the Home, and Ready to Restore. He served for many years on the faculties of Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) and Westminster Theological Seminary in California, and founded the Christian Counselling and Educational Foundation in Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Retired from the pastorate, Dr Adams continues to write and speak on counselling and Christian living issues.