We’ve all been jealous at some point in our lives. It usually reflects our self-serving agenda and the belief that we deserve to have desired people and possessions. It can get ugly. But not all jealousy is bad. Jealousy originates in God and reflects his loving, protective zeal for us. Dr. Welch’s article shows how powerful and destructive human jealousy is, and gives a vision for how to imitate God’s good jealousy.
Who Can Stand Before Jealousy
Author: Ed Welch Date: April 08, 2016
Topics: Journal of Biblical Counseling
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Other Articles Included in This Issue
- Book Review – Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead
- More Than a Proof Text: “You feel ashamed—but Christ is the lifter of your head.”
- More Than a Proof Text: “Jesus invites you to follow him—how will you respond?”
- What’s in a Name? Understanding Psychiatric Diagnoses
- Getting to Know the Experience of Same-Sex Attraction
- The Dreaded S-Word: Submission and the Active Role of Helper
- Who Can Stand Before Jealousy
- Getting Oriented