This is a terrific book -- not just for the pastors or counselors who may use it with people seeking advice. It is, as the title suggests, a resource with which to confront *yourself.* Included in the lessons are plans for daily devotions. By using those plans, or perhaps expanding them over a longer period of time than just the week per lesson the book suggests, you could be prepared for devotions for months. It would probably be wise to go through it again and again.
I'm not a counselor, but I've been greatly blessed as a recipient of truly Biblical counsel, the type endorsed by this book. When I look through this book, I realize that the valuable lessons I gained there are all right here (in this book, and, more importantly, in the Bible).
Just like every other member of the human race, I am a sinner. Years ago I used this book for devotional purposes. I'm back, delving into it again, with the desire to grow and to change, to purge my life of some of its shortcomings and failures. The solutions, the keys to change are all found right here. This book simply points you to the Scriptures where the answers are found.
This book shouldn't be hidden in the dark corners of Amazon.com. It should be a top seller. Every Christian should have it and engage in some self confrontation. Perhaps then we would be a better reflection of Christ to the world around us.