Sick Souls Healed By Christ Only

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I am thankful that God pulled me out of the field of psychology.

After many bad experiences in the field; people who were unsaved, unbelievers who had their own ideas about how we could help people, but often were mean-spirited toward their clients.  I also had problems with them as a coworker, when they were demeaning, prideful, and wanting to harm my ability to practice in my field.  I guess it was a type of spiritual war with satan using people to harm my life.

Not being a true believer but having dabbled in Christianity, I suppose I was marked by “the enemy”, since I expressed an interest in Christianity on and off during my adult life.  I only guess at this, but don’t really know.

Listening to my course recording, I took more notes about Christian counseling.  The instructor, Dr. Jim Newheiser, seems very sober-minded and accurate in his dealing with the issues of why we don’t want to go into secular counseling, but would want to study the bible instead.

The bible is sufficient to train up our children, and teach us as adults, how we are to conduct ourselves in our lives.  I strongly suggest all who come here to this blog to know the value of God’s Word in being our ultimate guide in our lives.  We have our best counsel in the Lord Jesus Christ and not mankind, as it says in the bible.

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.  But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. – Psalm 1:1

The value in my education and experience in the field of psychology comes in sharing with others that counseling should be biblical counseling, and how the field of psychology of man is not compatible with the biblical world view.  

Some may find it helpful to speak to secular counselors because they can share with someone that is supportive and should refrain from being judgmental or invalidating the reality of what the person says.  Many people are not trained to give time to the person, but interrupt to talk about themselves or give advice where it is not wanted.  They do not have an ability to allow the person who is talking to have space to hear themselves, and process for themselves.  It is an art form, in my opinion.  You know when to interrupt, question something they’ve said to learn more about their view, and then allow them to continue, sharing the journey of self-growth.

But that is not what the Lord calls for; it is belief in Jesus who gives us sound minds and can heal us from within.  We are living souls who need soul-health.

A standard of healing based on man’s understanding of man is not sufficient to heal.  A dying soul needs Jesus to heal them, to redeem them, to mold them into the image of himself.

Our training as counselors may observe man’s behaviors and know the language that the secular counselors speak and teach, but the short-fall is that they don’t have a way to address the soul-sickness of mankind that is not saved.  There is no middle-ground, no compromising the world-view of the Christian. 

Psychology relates to those who’ve rejected Christ and was built around an atheist and secular world-view.  We cannot expect that world view to be of help to a dying, sick, soul.  Only Christ can do that.

How Spiritual Truth Is Lost In Dangerous Teaching Of Secular Psychology

good-friday-3243347_640Broadly speaking, I truly believe that in talking with people who are understanding, and taught to take themselves out of the dialogue where they give time to support a person who may seek counseling through them, may be very helpful.  We all need support at different times in our lives so I do not want people who seek therapy to feel discounted by what I write below. 

Much can be said about how people can help one another by just listening, or offering their guidance and support based on their experience and education, some reliable research about brain chemistry and physiological health, and there are many areas of specialty that are called “modalities”, that may be helpful for some but not others.  Having the love from the Father is not present, I believe, at least in my training to become a licensed Marriage, Family and Child therapist as well as from my education in a doctoral program to become a Licensed Psychologist.

My interest in this blog, mainly I think, is in why I don’t want to be a secular therapist because in diagnosing people we don’t ever speak about Jesus, nor what can be done to really help heal a person when there is much more involved in a person’s mental condition than what I’ve been taught in my studies. 

Secular humanism always goes back to the person healing themselves.  The focus is on us and not asking the Lord for His help.  We are able to live in ways that help us stay healthy but we Christians rely on Jesus Christ to help us live in this world daily.  We are not of the world as Jesus said in praying to his Father: 

They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. – John 17:16

Psychology practices the belief that goes against the belief in Jesus Christ – it is anti-Christ –  they leave out God completely.   This may be counted as secular humanism and as a Christian believer I think there is danger in this non-belief in all areas of life.

More information about the spiritual realm has been brought to my attention that I think should be followed, discerned and understood.  Factual knowledge from the bible tells us that Satan and his demons are real.  Any of these spiritual beings operate in a realm we do not understand; they are supernatural have been called “interdimensional” by the likes of researcher and Pastor LA Marzulli.

Marzulli’s work speaks to advanced technology of “nephilim hybrids”, and how human DNA could have been carried on into humanity after the flood.  One example of many of his posted works can be seen here:  L.A. Marzulli: Nephilim Hybrids, with host Gary Stearman.  As you may know, Marzulli’s house was destroyed completely in recent California fires, that some have wondered whether they were started by beam technology through the gas and electric company, PG&E.

PG&E is said to be owned by the Rothschild’s.  As of today, you can see that listed on the PG&E Corporate Directors page, Roger Kimmel, is listed, also as “Vice Chairman of Rothschild, Inc.”

As is said by Targeted Individuals around the globe and many others including conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones (is he really a conspiracy theorist?), the Rothschild’s are people behind the One World Order, and meet at the secret Bohemian Grove meetings where “globalists” have met for years, plotting their ways about how to reduce the world population, among other topics.

Now, the reason I have gone ahead down this road here is that in my recent studies of “unclean” spirits and the evil spiritual realm, and how they have interacted with humans – and even animals dare I say – is to see the connection between how mankind is evilly trying to reportedly kill off the human race and how evil spiritual entities, having more advanced knowledge and abilities than we humans, can teach humans how to target people and with advanced technology – leaving people unaware that this is happening to people around the world, and that these people are labelled negatively, and are thrown into mental health wards, treated like they are mentally ill and under some unrealized mental traumatization such as being raised by a cruel parent or something to that effect.

I am known for long, run-on sentences.  Perhaps I should use better sentence structure and write in shorter, non-run-on sentences.  

Say that the Nephilim were the hybrids born from the women who were taken as wives by Lucifer’s angels.  The bible says that the flood destroyed the earth because people had become so evil.  But were the spirits of these awful creatures also destroyed?  That is a huge part of what I am saying, that we don’t speak of satan, and demons, as having been destroyed in the flood. This topic is never allowed to be discussed as part of secular education or training in the field of “psychology”.  

I am leaving out huge amounts of information I am learning through the many pastors and researchers online and I invite you to do your own research into these topics of spiritual evil, the Nephilim and who they were, who the “tall Anakim’s” were (Deuteronomy 2:10), Satan, and the boy who was inhabited by demons that Jesus called out of (Mark 9:14-29) as a starting point.  

This is related to the field I have left behind because the spiritual teaching of the bible is left out of diagnosing and Jesus is never mentioned, and I believe the field of psychology has led many people away from learning through the bible and the healing that is offered through the teachings of Jesus as a man who walked the earth, being also fully God, and through belief in Him, and through prayer.

If these evil spirits have technology that mankind can only dream about since they are from the fallen angels that God threw out of heaven, what can they teach mankind who are not believing Christ to harm their fellow man?  How evil can it get against humans?  If Satan and his demons can inhabit, lead and direct humans, it is not a hard concept to understand that this has gotten into the realm of psychology.  That is my fear and that is why I stay away from secular humanistic thought which the field of psychology is based upon.

Again, for people who suffer from strange manifestations, including “hearing voices”, having things or people suddenly disappear, seeing things that are in the spiritual realm, feeling things that touch and even push them physically, feel pain of electricity shot through their bodies, feel inhabited by “other beings” that they know are not part of themselves; these strange manifestations are reasons that I feel the need to explain to the field of psychology why they must open the doors to exploring Christians and their faith in Jesus Christ. 

These psychology professors and instructors in secular psychology are not usually going to have read the bible, nor believe it.  I was one of those.  One may ask, how does the field of psychology resonate with your dreams and auras, after all?  Isn’t that what it directs a person to; finding their own spiritual paths for what will heal them?

It comes down to teaching the Christian faith to those who seek and not everyone will seek to find Jesus Christ, nor to understand the Bible and its history.

I feel it best to share my truth as found in the Bible rather than continue to ignore my faith in the field of psychology.  I cannot continue down this path that I know to be detrimental to so many people’s lives.  Their lives and wellness are at stake. 

I applaud the men of God who explore the biblical teachings referring to the Nephilim.  These people lead us in the right direction, expose the truth about how technical advances may well be led by the spiritual realm, as well as teaching the need for God today.

 

God’s Plan For My Life Today Makes Sense

trees3When starting my new job I realized that God had a plan for me.

As I’ve blogged about the issue of being a Christian counselor I realized that working in a non-clinical position, but having to use my counseling skills, Master’s in Counseling Psychology degree as a requirement for the position, fulfilled a desire I have to help people but stay away from the DSM part (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders).

That is the part I have real problems with.

To start off with there are no real inferences to what sin causes in people’s lives, nor is there a reference to all Satan can do to a person.  Nor does it ever reference God as being Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, so you see – being the healer that he is and having all the answers to life, and healing us from within, starting with the spirit of God working on us to make us healthy, deliver us from our sinful natures and all that stuff, I can’t fully endorse something I don’t believe in.

I would rather have gone to a Christian bible college and learned the ways of God first, then chosen a field of study.  I did not have the information then so I chose Psychology.  It seemed a comfortable place to begin, while learning about my family issues which are quite extensive.

But they may have been for you or anyone reading this blog.

Where are we today?  Is there a God in your life?

If so, which one?  Maybe you better examine the Lord God Almighty and then really study the bible to learn His ways.  Pray and get guidance over your life.  It will be worth it in the end, both literally and figuratively speaking.