In this article, Michael Bobick argues that the overarching uniqueness of Christian crisis-counseling consists of the difference Christ Himself makes in a crisis. He identifies two ways: First, understand Christ’s priesthood in the first 24 hours of a crisis. He identifies with us in weakness, feeling what we feel, involved with us, an interceder for us. This teaches us to involve ourselves and to pray Hezekiah prayers (Isa. 38). Second, we need to grasp the providence of God in crisis. Bobick argues that everything we experience is already filtered through the loving hands of our heavenly Father, who knows our frame and remembers that we are but dust. He concludes that providence and priesthood must be presented together.