“Cathy Wiseman . . . has a high standard of excellence for all of her work in biblical counseling. This helpful booklet is no exception. . . . Theologically sound and utterly practical at the same time.”
— Lynnora Ratliff, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
“Offers hope to those who struggle with this spiritual condition and help for those who are ministering to them. . . . It is without any reservation that I recommend this booklet.”
— Dell W. Canright, Chairman of Biblical Counseling, Arlington Baptist College
Borderlines, the Bible, and the Body of Christ
Frantic efforts to avoid unpleasant feelings. Perceived abandonment. Profound depression or extreme rage. These symptoms control sufferers of borderline personality disorder, as their intense feelings rule their hearts and choices, fill their relationships with disunity and strife, and seem more real to them than God’s Word or his Spirit.
But Cathy Wiseman shows us, in this detailed, thorough, and helpful study, that God’s Word holds the solution and his Spirit alone can heal the havoc of borderline personality disorder. She maintains that the loving assistance of a team of believers is also crucial, and she provides a wealth of information for biblical helpers, including an analysis of the disorder and its symptoms, exercises to use in counseling, and a list of references and resources.
THE GOSPEL FOR REAL LIFE booklet series by the Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC) applies the timeless hope of Christ to the unique struggles of modern believers.
“The gospel isn’t just an ethereal idea. It’s not a philosophy and it’s not static. It moves and shapes and transforms. I am grateful for ABC’s work of letting the gospel bear its weight on these real life sorrows and pains.”
—Matt Chandler, Lead Pastor, The Village Church, Flower Mound, Texas
Cathy Wiseman is an adjunct professor at Arlington Baptist College in Arlington, Texas, and is a certified Christian counselor and a member of the Association of Biblical Counselors.
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As a God loving Christian with BPD, I ask you to not demean yourself by reading this book.