A.1. Bible Study And Application Format

This worksheet is used extensively in this manual and is abbreviated as BSAF . BSAF is an exercise to renew your mind and attitude as you train yourself in the application of God’s Word.

How to Work on BSAF

Follow the steps (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) described below to complete this form. Two examples are given to help you visualize how this form works.

Bible Study and Application Format (BSAF)

Biblical Reference Teaching – What is the command or principle? Reproof – How did I fail to keep the principle? Correction – What do I need to do? Training in Righteousness – How do I do it?
(A) Choose a Bible verse that you want to work on. (B) List the teaching that this verse speaks to your spirit at this moment. This is the area that God wants you to work on. (C) Be specific on how you have failed in this area of your life. Give a brief description of a recent event that God convicted you in your heart. (D) What is the biblical response to this situation according to God’s Word? Try to just reverse your response that your described in the previous column if you are fuzzy about how to fill this column. (E) Specify the detail plan if you encounter the same situation in the future. God will bright up the same situation again and again if He intends you to be refined in this area for your good.

Training in Righteousness – How do I do it? (cont.)

(E) (Cont.) It should be a step by step or point by point list of action. Pay attention to this area in the following week. Catch the opportunity to exercise what you write in this column.

Table A.1. BSAF – Instruction

Example I of BSAF

This is a short example using Psalm 103.

The counselee, full of self-pity, was constantly thinking of problems in his life. He was instructed to study Psalm 103 using the BSAF form. While studying Psalm 103, he began the practice of praising the Lord which, through practice, will help break the negative thinking process. ( Ps. 103:1 ; 2 Cor. 10:3-5 ).

Bible Study and Application Format (BSAF)

Biblical Reference Teaching – What is the command or principle? Reproof – How did I fail to keep the principle? Correction – What do I need to do? Training in Righteousness – How do I do it?
Psalm 103 ( Ps. 103 ) Bless the Lord whenever I think. Been dwelling on problems, self-pity, hardly on God. Whole of me is to thank, praise, dwell on the Lord, not on self. Each time I think negative, I will use the thought as a springboard to remind me to thank and praise the Lord.

Table A.2. BSAF – Example I

Example II of BSAF

The second example is a longer example using 1 John 3:17 . The counselee is a young Christian. He became aware of a woman at his church in need of winter clothes. He was convicted by his conscience to help, but he rationalized it away. Later while he was counseled by the biblical counselor, he was instructed to study 1 John 3:17 using the BSAF form on this event. He made a detailed plan based on his conviction.

Bible Study and Application Format (BSAF)

Biblical Reference Teaching – What is the command or principle? Reproof – How did I fail to keep the principle? Correction – What do I need to do? Training in Righteousness – How do I do it?
1 John 3:17 We do not demonstrate God’s love in us if we are not willing to share our lives as well as material goods with others. I became aware of a woman at church whose children needed new winter coats. Her husband is disabled and unable to work and can not afford to buy coats. I reasoned that my kids and I also needed new coats, and I can’t be responsible for everyone. In reality, only one of my children really needs a coat. The others only want new ones of a more current style. I need to buy the one needed coat for my child and use the rest of the money to buy coats for this family in need. 1. Pray for God’s guidance and strength in carrying out a plan to help this family.2. Call a family meeting. Explain the need to my family and my plans to help another family.
Training in Righteousness – How do I do it? (cont.)
3. Get my family’s input.
4. With my family, review verses on sharing.
5. Contact the leaders in my church to alert them of the needs of the other family and tell of my plans of help.
6. Call the woman in need. Explain to her how my sharing shows my love to the Lord and provides a blessing for her family as well as my own.
7. Schedule a shopping trip so her family can pick out coats they like.
8. Perhaps take their family to lunch as part of the shopping trip.

 

Table A.3. BSAF – Example II

Blank BSAF Form

Bible Study and Application Format (BSAF)

Biblical Reference Teaching – What is the command or principle? Reproof – How did I fail to keep the principle? Correction – What do I need to do? Training in Righteousness – How do I do it?
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

Table A.4. BSAF – Blank Form

 

 

A.2. Think And Do List

This worksheet is used to examine a particular problem area, such as sinful thoughts or temptations. Since the battle starts from the thought, a new thinking pattern has to be established. New thinking patterns result in new behavior patterns over time.

Think and Do List

Problem: (Describe your problem area briefly)  

 

My temptations and sinful thoughts. ( Matt. 15:19 ; James 1:14-15 ) What I should be thinking in this situation. ( Ps. 19:14 ; Phil. 4:8 ) What I should be doing as a result of my new biblical thinking. ( Phil. 4:9 )
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Table A.5. Think and Do List

 

A.3. Love Is An Action

Love Is an Action

According to 1 Cor. 13:4-8

Love is patient :

  • It is long-tempered, opposite of “short fused”.
  • Love is learning how to put up with others.
  • It has restraint of anger, wrath, temper in all sorts of life situations .
  • Patience is the key factor which is required in order to take a biblical course of action.
  • Lack of patience is evidence of a lack of love.
  • Love thinks of the other person first; lack of patience puts oneself first.
  • Love shown to be giving of one’s self, time, interests to another while giving up on one’s rights, privileges, concerns, etc.
  • Love is never in the abstract, it involves relationship with God and neighbor. It never stands alone.

Love is kind :

  • Kindness is the opposite of all that is cruel and severe.
  • It is thoughtful of other’s feelings.
  • It is gentleness in action not passive.
  • It cares about others and actively helps in a concrete way.

Love is not jealous :

  • It rejoices in others good fortune.
  • It has no desire to lessen the desires, virtues, achievements or happiness of another.
  • It puts others first before self.
  • He shares what he possesses and enjoys helping others develop their assets.

Love does not boast :

  • It does not parade one’s self before others.
  • It does not need personal significance in the eyes of others ,but gives praise to others.
  • It makes no odious comparisons.
  • It does not down others in order to lift self up.
  • It keeps quiet about even genuine achievements, but deflects from self to give praise to God

Love is not proud :

  • It acknowledges God’s hand in all his achievements; always has an attitude of thankfulness to God, in all things.
  • It exhibits a sense of humility recognizing God is all.
  • It does not demand rights, privileges, significance, praise, etc.

Love does not act in an ugly way :

  • An unloving person will do things ,say things, assume attitude of which he later will be ashamed.
  • It never offends by indelicate or crude acts and words that are violent or foul.
  • It is concerned about manner as well as matter.

Love is not self-seeking :

  • It seeks the other person’s welfare and does not calculate what benefits he may accrue, no boomerang thinking.
  • It does not do for others as a gimmick to gain certain personal ends.
  • It does not say “what’s in it for me”, but does what God says to do in order to please God first.

Love is not easily irritated :

  • This refers to “rousing to anger”.
  • It considers and thinks carefully before being irritable, thus, checking his spirit and sacrificing self, his plans, schedules, etc. for others.

Love does not keep records of wrongs :

  • It is one who does not count up, recall and throw up to another all the offenses that he has committed.
  • Forgiveness is the key problem for one who keeps records.

Love is not happy about injustice, but happily stands on the side of truth :

  • It does not sit idly by when God’s word is attacked.
  • It is not mute about unfair actions against others.
  • It takes a stand for what is right and against what is wrong.

Love covers all things :

  • Rather than make a point of every offense against himself, the lover bears wrongdoing patiently.
  • Out of love, he even covers what was done to him or others.
  • Not every wrong should be made an issue, but love covers every little rub between believers and covers these from his own eyes as well as from others.

Love believes all things :

  • When others doubt, the one who loves firmly believes.
  • Only hard evidence would make him doubt another’s words.
  • Love thinks first of others, not himself; thus, involves himself in risk.
  • He would rather injure himself than to injure another.
  • His disposition is always to believe another if it is at all possible.

Love hopes all things :

  • It always gives the other fellow the benefit of the doubt.
  • It hopes for the best in others.
  • It does not go around looking for wrong in others.
  • This optimism does not grow out of faith in men, but in God who can change them.
  • Whereas, a spirit of hopelessness or resignation ,can be further occasion for the person to fall.

Love endures all things :

  • This means that every sort of offense, pressure, affliction, and persecution can be endured in love. ( 1 Cor. 10:13 )

The essentials of love in verses 4-8 all boil down to this: Love means putting others first . Every positive quality examined can only be destroyed by self seeking. Each can be enhanced by giving one’s self more and more to others. The route to love, therefore, is essentially the route to discipleship, to deny (crucify or put to death) the desires of self for Christ’s sake and then to follow Him by losing one’s life for His sake and the gospel’s. Losing life this way, one indeed finds it.

 

A.4. Victory Over Sin Worksheet

Victory Over Sin Worksheet

This worksheet is to define a proactive plan to implement biblical change in your life. Especially it targets a particular sin or problem area and develops a Put-off/Put-on plan based on Eph. 4:22 . ( 1 John 5:4-5 )

Victory Over Sin Worksheet (VOSWS)

My Specific Unbiblical Thoughts, Words, Actions ( Matt. 7:1-5 ) Put Off and Biblical Reference(s) ( Eph. 4:22 ; Col. 3:5-9 ) Put On and Biblical Reference(s) ( Eph. 4:23-24 ; Col. 3:10-17 ) My Plan Not to Repeat This Sin and to Respond Biblically Instead ( Titus 2:11-14 )
List a specific sin that God convicts you in your heart. An area that is either obviously sinful or that you can do better in your Christian walk. Thoughts, words, actions that you want to put off. List Bible verses to support — this is very important for it is in vain if we do these from our own ideas, but not according to God’s Word. Thoughts, words, actions that you should put on. List Bible verses to support — this is very important for it is in vain if we do these from our own ideas, but not according to God’s Word. Detail a plan how you should put off and put on if you encounter the same situation in the future. God will bright up the same situation again and again if He intends you to be refined in this area for your good. It should be a step by step or point by point list of action. Pay attention to this area in the following week. Catch the opportunity to exercise what you write in this column.

Table A.6. VOSWS – Instruction

Note to The 4th Column

The VOSWS is usually applied to entrenched sin patterns. Unless biblical change occurs in the thoughts, the root and belief system, one is doomed to repeat the offense. For the 4th column, the plan of action, the use and practice of Section A.9, “Contingency Plan” may prove sufficent for a plan of action in most situations. It may be wise to memorize the eight steps of your Contingency Plan to assist you to ‘walk in the Spirit’ all the day long. Or one may use any of the forms in the appendix or worksheets for the 4th column. As an alternate to this form(VOSWS), one may use Section A.6, “Problem Solving Worksheet” .

Example

Victory Over Sin Worksheet (VOSWS)

My Specific Unbiblical Thoughts, Words, Actions ( Matt. 7:1-5 ) Put Off and Biblical Reference(s) ( Eph. 4:22 ; Col. 3:5-9 ) Put On and Biblical Reference(s) ( Eph. 4:23-24 ; Col. 3:10-17 )
I didn’t feel like going into work yesterday because there was a difficult assignment coming to me from my supervisor. Thus, I called in sick and stayed home all day watching TV. I have committed the wrong of:

1. Lying ( Eph. 4:25 );
2. My selfish interests ( Phil. 2:3 );
3. Not doing my responsibilities ( James 4:17 );
4. Living by my feelings ( Gen. 4:7 );
5. The idea that I just work for supervisor ( Col. 3:23 );
6. Wasting time ( Eph. 5:15-16 )

 

I should be:

1. Speaking the truth ( Eph. 4:25 );
2. The interests of others on my job ( Phil. 2:4 );
3. Doing my responsibilities ( James 4:17 );
4. Living obediently to God ( Gen. 4:7 );
5. Working heartily for the Lord ( Col. 3:23-24 );
6. Redeeming the time ( Eph. 5:15-16 ).

 

My Plan Not to Repeat This Sin and to Respond Biblically Instead ( Titus 2:11-14 )

Reconcile by a) confessing my sins to God ( 1 John 1:9 ); b) telling my supervisor the truth about why I was not at work ( Matt. 5:23-24 ).When tempted to call in sick, recite Col. 3:23-24 .

When faced with a difficult assignment at work, I will

a) Pray for God’s wisdom on how to handle it ( James 1:2-8 );
b) Speak the truth (in a loving way) to my supervisor about how to complete the assignment ( Eph. 4:15,25 );
c) Recognize that I am to be doing the best job I can because I ultimately work for the Lord ( Col. 3:23-24 ).

 

Table A.7. VOSWS – Example

Blank Form

Victory Over Sin Worksheet (VOSWS)

My Specific Unbiblical Thoughts, Words, Actions ( Matt. 7:1-5 ) Put Off and Biblical Reference(s) ( Eph. 4:22 ; Col. 3:5-9 ) Put On and Biblical Reference(s) ( Eph. 4:23-24 ; Col. 3:10-17 ) My Plan Not to Repeat This Sin and to Respond Biblically Instead ( Titus 2:11-14 )
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

My Plan Not to Repeat This Sin and to Respond Biblically Instead (cont.)

  

 

 

Table A.8. VOSWS – Blank Form

 

A.5. Dying To Self

DYING TO SELF

When you are forgotten, or neglected, or purposely set at naught, and you don’t sting and hurt with the insult or the oversight, but your heart is happy, being counted worthy to suffer for Christ.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

When your good is evil spoken of, when your wishes are crossed, your advice disregarded, your opinions ridiculed, and you refuse to let anger rise in your heart, or even defend yourself, but take in all in patient, loving silence.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

When you lovingly and patiently bear any disorder, any irregularity, any unpunctuality, or any annoyance; when you stand face-to- face with waste, folly, extravagance, spiritual insensibility-and endure it as Jesus endured.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

When you are content with any food, any offering, any climate, any society, any raiment, any interruption by the will of God.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

When you never care to refer to yourself in conversation, or to record your own good works, or itch after commendations, when you can truly love to be unknown.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

When you can see your brother prosper and have his needs met and can honestly rejoice with him in spirit and feel no envy, nor question God, while your own needs are far greater and in desperate circumstances.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

When you can receive correction and reproof from one of less stature than yourself and can humbly submit inwardly as well as outwardly, finding no rebellion or resentment rising up within your heart.

THAT IS DYING TO SELF

Are you dead yet? In these last days, the Spirit would bring us to the cross.

That I may know Him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death. Phil. 3:10

OTHERS MAY YOU CANNOT !

If God has called you to be really like Jesus, He will draw you into a life of crucifixion and humility, and put upon you such demands of obedience, that you will not be able to follow other people, or measure yourself by other Christians, and in many ways He will seem to let other people do things which He will not let you do.

Other Christians and ministers who seem very religious and useful, may push themselves, pull wires, and work schemes to carry out their plans, but you cannot do it, and if you attempt it, you will meet with such failure and rebuke from the Lord as to make you sorely penitent.

Others may boast of themselves, of their work, of their successes, of their writings, but the Holy Spirit will not allow you to do any such thing, and if you begin it, He will lead you into some deep mortification that will make you despise yourself and all your good works.

Others may be allowed to succeed in making money, or may have a legacy left to them, but it is likely God will keep you poor, because He wants you to have something far better than gold, namely, a helpless dependence upon Him, that He may have the privilege of supplying your needs day by day out of an unseen treasury.

The lord may let others be honored and put forward, and keep you hidden in obscurity, because He wants to produce some choice, fragrant fruit for His coming glory, which can only be produced in the shade. He may let others be great, but keep you small. He may let others do a work for Him and get the credit for it, but He will make you work and toil on without knowing how much you are doing; and then to make your work still more precious, He may let others get credit for the work which you have done, and thus make your reward ten times greater when Jesus comes.

The Holy Spirit will put a strict watch over you, with a jealous love, and will rebuke you for little words and feelings or for wasting your time, which other Christians never feel distressed over. So make up your mind that God is an infinite Sovereign and has a right to do as He pleases with His own. He may not explain to you a thousand things which puzzle your reason in His dealings with you, but if you absolutely sell yourself to be his love slave, He will wrap you up in a jealous love, and bestow upon you many blessings which come only to those who are in the inner circle.

Settle it forever, then, that you are to deal directly with the Holy Spirit, and that He must have the right to tie your tongue, or chain your hand, or close your eyes, in ways that He does not seem to use with others. Now, when you are so possessed with the living God that you are, in your secret heart, pleased and delighted over this peculiar, personal, private, jealous guardianship and management of the Holy Spirit over your life, you will have found the vestibule of Heaven.

 

A.6. Problem Solving Worksheet

Problem Solving Worksheet

What Happened? (Describe the problem) What I did? (Describe my response)
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
What should I have done? (Cite and explain biblical references) What I now must do? (What steps must I take to rectify matters?)
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table A.9. Problem Solving Worksheet

 

A.7. Problem/Solution Worksheet

There are three worksheets in this appendix:

a. Problem/Solution Worksheet I, Part A and B
b. Problem/Solution Worksheet II, Part A and B
c. Final Session Review

These worksheets are to be used in conjunction with the counseling sessions. After the initial review of personal data and after every subsequent counseling session, The counselor should use Problem/Solution Worksheet I to organize his observation and analysis (in Part A ), and a plan of action (in Part B ). Then he can follow up with Problem/Solution Worksheet II to lay out topics to be discussed during the next session. The counselor can either use Worksheet II, Part A, as a handout to the counselee, or write up a more formalized page for the session as he/she wishes. Worksheet II also includes a homework section in Part B . Counselee should be expected to complete the homework assignment to demonstrate his/her commitment to work on the problem area. Final Session Review is used in the last session to lay out a future direction for the counselee.

Problem/Solution Worksheet I

Review counselee’s personal data sheet or results from last week’s homework. Make note of judging others, blame shifting, self-will, weak or no commitment, lack of sensitivity to sin, defensiveness, bitterness, sin patterns ( Gal. 5:16-24 ; Col. 3:5-15 ).

Problem/Solution Worksheet I, Part A: Analysis

Data from Session: _________
Feeling: ( Gen. 4:7 ; Ps. 38:3-10 ; Ps. 38:17-18 ) (The spirit in which self was expressed)
  

 

 

Doing: ( Eccl. 12:13 ; Luke 6:46 ; John 3:21 ; John 14:15 ; 1 John 2:3-6 )
Thoughts (What person was thinking before, during and after the incident) 

 

Speech (manner and content of spoken words)

 

 

Actions (Verbal/ physical)

 

 

Root: ( Mark 7:20-23 ; Luke 6:45 ; Heb. 12:15 )
  

 

 

Table A.10. Problem/Solution Worksheet I, Part A: Analysis

Problem/Solution Worksheet I, Part B: Plans

Data from Session: _________
Plans for next session, Topics to be discussed:
  1. Laying aside the old self and its practices ( Eph. 4:22 ; Col. 3:5-9 )

 

 

 

  1. Renewing the Mind ( Rom. 12:2 ; Eph. 4:23 )

 

 

 

  1. Putting on the new self and its practices ( Eph. 4:24 ; Col. 3:10-16 )

 

 

 

Table A.11. Problem/Solution Worksheet I, Part B: Plans

Problem/Solution Worksheet II

Problem/Solution Worksheet II, Part A: Handout
Session: _________________ Date: ________________
Perspective: [1] 

 

 

 

Hope: [2] 

 

 

 

Change: [3] 

 

 

[1] See Self-Confrontation Manual: Lesson 22
[2] See Self-Confrontation Manual: Lesson 6
[3] See Self-Confrontation Manual: Lesson 7
And/or refer to appropriate verses from a concordance;
And/or passages from a related worksheet.

 

Table A.12. Problem/Solution Worksheet II, Part A: Handout

Problem/Solution Worksheet II, Part B: Homework

Session: _________________ Date: ________________
Work Out Your Salvation (Phil. 2:12-13)Memory Verse(s):

 

 

Devotion:

1. Daily Devotional Practices: See Section A.12, “Anchor Posts” to insure one is walking a godly path by daily examining one’s conscience, developing a sensitivity to sin, and practicing being in the Presence of the Holy Spirit from moment to moment.
2. BSAF: Selected verses related to the problem area.
3. Word Study: Use of concordance to study the problem area.

 

 

 

Put-Off/Put-On:

1. Appropriate worksheets and forms related to the problem area to be given as handouts (see Table of Contents and Appendix ).
2. Other suggested put-off/put-on action items.

 

 

 

Table A.13. Problem/Solution Worksheet II, Part B: Homework

Final Session Review

Final Session Review

Confirm and reinforce biblical changes and patterns. ( Luke 9:23-24 )
  

 

Set goals of short-term, medium, and long-range plans.

 

 

 

  • See James 4 for medium-term goal:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table A.14. Final Session Review

 

A.8. Freedom From Anxiety

Freedom From Anxiety Worksheet

(A biblical action and prayer plan based on Phil. 4:6-9 )

My Concerns – (All the things about which I am tempted to worry) The Lord’s List – (Those things about which I can do nothing) My List – (My responsibilities to fulfill in faithful obedience to The Lord)
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Table A.15. Freedom From Anxiety Worksheet

 

A.9. Contingency Plan

I. Recognize the danger signals.

  1. Avoid putting yourself in the path of sin ( Ps. 1:1 ).
  2. Flee from all evil ( 1 Thess. 5:22 ).
  3. Avoid triggers/stumbling blocks that can start you down the road to sin ( Matt. 18:7 ).

II. Ask God’s help immediately ( Heb. 4:15-16 ; James 1:5-8 ).

III. Generate movement NOW!

  1. Not in any direction but in a biblical direction ( James 4:17 ; Isa. 55:8-9 ).
  2. Not having any specific biblical alternatives can lead you onto another path of sin ( Matt. 11:43-45 ).

IV. Recall Scriptures you have memorized ( Ps. 119:9-11 ; Matt. 4:4 ), since actions begin in the mind ( Prov. 23:7 ).

V. Implement specific biblical put-offs and put-ons while renewing the mind ( Eph. 4:22-24 ; Rom. 12:1-2 ; Phil. 4:8-9 ).

VI. Seek God’s strength for today ( Phil. 4:6-7,13 ).

  1. Don’t look back at past failures or ahead to what we might perceive as future failures ( Matt. 6:33-34 ).
  2. We have God’s grace to handle situations when we need it ( Heb. 4:15-16 ).

VII. Solicit help from believers if necessary ( Gal. 6:2 ; Eccl. 4:9-12 ).

  1. Seek the support and prayers of other believers ( Heb. 10:24-25 ).
  2. Prearrange to call someone if you need help ( Prov. 27:17 ; 1 Thess. 5:11 ).

VIII. Start doing the loving and responsible thing regardless of your feelings ( Gal. 5:22-25 ; Gen. 4:7 ; John 14:15,21 ; 1 Cor. 13:4-8a ).

 

A.10. Change Is a Two-Factored Process

  • God’s word says I must put off the old nature (old habits) and put on the new nature (new habits).
  • Using the following Scriptures, list the old habits we must put off and the new habits we must put on:
Ezek. 36:25-27 2 Tim. 3:17
Matt. 16:24 Heb. 10:25
Eph. 4:17 ; Eph. 4:32 James 1:14-15 ; James 3:13-18
Col. 3:1-25 1 Pet. 3:1-17
1 Thess. 1:9 Gal. 5:13-26
Phil. 2:2-5,14 2 Tim. 2:22-3:7

Table A.16. Scripture For Put-off/Put-on

GOD SAYS I MUST PUT OFF GOD SAYS I MUST PUT ON
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table A.17. Put-off/Put-on Worksheet

 

A.11. Scheduling Worksheet

Use the Scheduling Worksheet (on a weekly basis) for

  • discovering existing schedule deficiency that leads to sinning patterns.
  • establishing new schedule for godly life style.

Scheduling Worksheet

Day/Time Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
6 AM              
7 AM              
8 AM              
9 AM              
10 AM              
11 AM              
12 Noon              
1 PM              
2 PM              
3 PM              
4 PM              
5 PM              
6 PM              
7 PM              
8 PM              
9 PM              
10 PM              
11 PM              
Midnight              
1 AM              
2 AM              

Table A.18. Scheduling Worksheet

 

A.12. Anchor Posts

The following 4 anchor posts provide a method and the means to develop a firm and comprehensive foundation supporting a disciplined and structured lifestyle of godliness:

Anchor Posts

Daily Practices Plan Overcoming Temptations Plan Forgive/Reconcile Plan Lord Alone Plan
Devotions and self examination Put-off and put-on in order to respond in a godly manner List people and situations to forgive/reconcile List offensive thoughts/images
Ps. 1:1-3 ; Ps. 139:23-24 ; Josh. 1:8 ; Ps. 19:14 Eph. 4:22-24 ; James 1:5 ; 1 John 1:9 ; James 1:2-4 ; Phil. 4:13 ; Ezek. 18:20 Matt. 5:23-25 ; Matt. 18:21-35 ; Rom. 12:18-21 ; Heb. 10:17 ; Matt. 7:5 Col. 1:10-12 ; Col. 3:17 ; Phil. 2:12-13 ; 2 Cor. 10:3-5

Table A.19. Anchor Posts