This is the fourth of a five-part biblical counseling commentary on John 1. I have two main goals in writing this counseling commentary. First, I want us to look closely at Jesus and His first disciples to glean counseling implications and principles to sharpen our understanding and practice. Second, I want to model for us what it might look like to regularly read and meditate on Scripture with…


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