Divine Sin Manual (DSM-7)

Self Help Biblical Psychiatry

Self Test #1

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 Psychiatric Self-Test Part 1: Divine Sin Manual (DSM-7) Inventory of 155 sinful behaviours: Proverbs 3:5-8

"The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; A broken and a contrite heart, O God, You will not despise. " (Psalm 51:17)

"Become sober-minded as you ought, and stop sinning; for some have no knowledge of God. I speak this to your shame." (1 Cor 15:34)

Introduction:

  1. This self-help checklist of sins will identify the cause of most of your problems and identify things that must change in your life now!
    1. Be honest with yourself. The more honest you are, the more this form will help you.
    2. Why continue lying to your therapist who will charges you $125 per session and will never tell you to make any real changes?
  2. There are seven different categories of sins.
    1. Within each category, circle any sin that applies to you.
    2. The sins you circle, are the causes of many of your problems.
    3. Stopping the behaviour or attitudes (repentance) you have circled, will resolve most of your problems.
  1. The best way to improve yourself is to start reading your Bible daily and begin attending a Bible believing church in your own home town: Find me a church in my own home town now!

 

Self-test 1: MMPI-7 (Meticulous Moral Principles Inquiry)

 

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This is test #1: Divine Sin Manual (DSM-7)

An Inventory of 155 sinful behaviours

Instructions:

Circle anything that applies to you in any way. Jesus represents perfection and would not circle anything. You are a sinner, so be honest with yourself. The more you circle, the more things you must change in your life in order to achieve the highest perfection.

 

 

 

 Category

Circle all that applies to you

Heart sins

Category #1

anxiety, depression (unending sadness), pride, boasting, envy, jealousy, conceit, vanity, cowardice, high self-esteem, a general feeling of entitlement, uncontentment in your life situation, unwillingness to accept life's traumas and move forward without self-disablement, selfishness, narcissism, not viewing self as a "nobody", unmerciful, hypocrisy, unthankfulness, malice, insolent (disrespectful), unloving, without self-control, hater of good, unforgiving, remembering another's sins, holding a grudge against one who wronged you, unnatural thought addictions/lusts (ticks, nervous habits).

Society sins

Category #2

murder, assault, bullying, kidnapping, lying, perjury, slander, malicious gossip, put downs, strife, enmities, disputing, dissentions, factions, vengeful, racism, rebellion, failing to take thought of that which is right in the sight of all men, bribery, complainers, cursing, laziness, freeloader unwilling to work, foolish talker, inventor of evil, untrustworthy, unloving, angry temper, outbursts of anger, irreconcilable, brutality, treacherous, recklessness, inhospitable, tattoos, refusing to pay taxes, disobeying civil law, civil insurrection, employees who work only when boss is watching, employers who cheat employees, not helping the genuine needy or orphans or widows or sick or unjustly oppressed, young disrespecting the older, pacifism by failing to do the right thing, rejecting valid criticisms, older women failing to mentor younger women.

Materialism sins

Category #3

swindling, fraud, stealing, craving another's things, greed, using dishonest scales, loving money, not content with what you have, valuing money above family, ostentatious (flashing your wealth around), not helping or lending to the poor, not repaying debts.

Family sins

Category #4

divorce (except when your spouse has had sex with another), abandoning your spouse, failing to discipline children, over disciplining children to exasperation, husbands who fail to love or lead their wife or treat her as an equal or are prepared to die for her, wives who fail to respect or submit to or obey their husbands, wives who yell at their husbands in conflict situations instead of communicating in a quiet respectful submissive whisper, children disobeying or disrespecting parents, parents who abandon their children, not valuing your spouse as more important than yourself, husbands who do not provide for the financial needs of their family, wives who fail to "keep house" or manage their homes.

Sexual sins

Category #5

fornication, adultery (sex with anyone other than your spouse), living common law, casual sex between two singles, prostitution and "Johns", sex with animals, sensuality, internet porn, impurity, homosexual sex, pedophilia, effeminate, cross dressing, lewd or immodest dressing, public nudity or topless beaches, incest, rape, sinful lust.

Partying sins

Category #6

drunkenness, drinking parties, reveling (riotous drunken mass street partying after a winning sports event or wild drunken new year's, etc.), "raves", smoking cigarettes, recreational use of marijuana & ecstasy, dirty or vulgar jokes, over eating, squandering money with gambling or loose living, dressing or acting like a harlot.

Religious sins

Category #7

atheism, denying Satan exists, denying Jesus died on the cross or rose from the dead, hating God, sorcery, idolatry, fortune-telling, casting spells, interpreting omens, calling up the dead, mediums and spiritists, soothsayers, séances, Ouija boards, horoscopes, witchcraft, paganism, divination, worshipping nature or cows or statues of fat men, praying to dead Christians instead of to God, not praying, repeating the same prayer many times in a row, not attending church weekly, any doctrine not taught in the Bible blueprint, taking God's name in vain by saying, "Oh my God" or "Jesus Christ" when not saying it to God, loving pleasure rather than God, vow breaking, failing to eat the Lord's supper every Sunday, not giving money weekly to church from your abundance, adding to or subtracting from the Bible, insubordination towards God.

 

Conclusion:

1.      “The way of the wicked is like darkness; They do not know over what they stumble.” (Proverbs 4:19)

a.      Many people are hurting without ever knowing why.

b.      The things you circled above are the cause of most of your problems.

2.      We are all sinners but Jesus died on the cross so that all your sins could be forgiven and forgotten.

3.      You can look up all sins in your own Bible: Gal 5:19-21; Rom 1:29-32; 3:23; 13:1-13; 2 Cor 12:20-21; Eph 5:3-5; 1 Tim 1:8-10; 2 Tim 3:1-8; Lev 18; Job 31; Deut 18:9-12; 22:5; 2 Chron 33:6; Titus 1:5-12; Matt 6:7; Lk 15:12; Jas 4:17; 1 Jn 3:4; Rev 21:8; 22:15.

4.      Find me a church in my own home town now!

5.      You have now completed Self Help Biblical Psychiatry Test #1.

6.      You are ready for Self Help Biblical Psychiatry Test #2: Meticulous Moral Principles Inquiry (MMPI-7)
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Self Help Counseling!

"Psychiatry" is a Greek word meaning "doctor of the soul"

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Be your own psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist and counselor

1.         "The spirit of a man can endure his [physical] sickness, But as for a broken spirit who can bear it? " (Proverbs 18:14)

2.         "Anxiety in a man's heart weighs it down, But a good word makes it glad. " (Proverbs 12:25)

3.         "A joyful heart makes a cheerful face, But when the heart is sad, the spirit is broken. " (Proverbs 15:13)

4.         "Words from the mouth of a wise man are gracious, while the lips of a fool consume him; the beginning of his talking is folly and the end of it is wicked madness. " (Ecclesiastes 10:12-13)

5.         "The hearts of the sons of men are full of evil and insanity is in their hearts throughout their lives. Afterwards they go to the dead. " (Ecclesiastes 9:3)

6.         "The heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately sick; Who can understand it?" Jeremiah 17:9

7.         "And hearing this, Jesus said to them, "It is not those who are healthy who need a physician, but those who are sick; I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners." Mark 2:17

8.         "God heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. " (Psalm 147:3)

 

 

By Steve Rudd: Contact the author for comments, input or corrections.

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