Many anxieties can be found in the heart of a man. Psychology focuses on the client and aims at solving these problems. But only God can fulfill and satisfy specific human needs. God’s power over a person’s lives cannot be replaced with any amount of treatment. Therefore, treatment sessions follow the Bible. The integration of psychological and Biblical teachings helps to dissolve the animosity between the sessions of the world and the biblical truth. Many Christians believe that the Bible can solve all their problems and Rogers is a threat to the faith. Some psychological theories go against biblical precepts. Proverbs 11-14 states that having many counselors improves collective safety. Biblical counseling is similar to person-centered theory. It counsels people through difficult times and gives them the tools they need to get back on their feet. God’s perfect plan is for everyone, according to the Bible. Proverbs 19-20 explains the value of mental health treatment. It also advises that men seek out education and guidance to be wise into old age. Jesus Christ, the model we all want to emulate, has created extraordinary arrangements to encourage Christians to put aside their worries and focus on the important things. This includes storing treasures in heaven that are safe from thieves, moths, and vermin (Matthew6: 19-25). His followers are also advised to stop worrying about the world. CCT is represented in the sermon of the mountain. It has the same narrative as the CCT main ideas. CCT’s fundamental idea is similar to the Biblical principles of counselling (Strickland 2001). Both CCT and counseling techniques incorporate the cognitive component of the connection between results and beliefs. Bible teachings instruct men to do a self-examination and center their minds on God’s love and purpose for their lives. We have the tendency to isolate ourselves when we are suffering from depression. However, both methods help patients redirect their thoughts away form their pains and turn around bad thinking. 2 Corinthians 7.4-7 Paul urges Corinth church to emulate his life style, which involves focusing on the positive elements and joy while going through great trials. Psalm 23 tells us that we should make God our shepherd even when life is difficult. It’s like going through the furnace of fire and the valley of shadows of death. CCT can be viewed in 1 John 4:1 as an example of inquiry. CCT provides a pathway for Christians to build positive relationships with their coworkers according to the Bible. Sincere people are praised in the Bible. All of our efforts to find truth must be sincere. Love should come from God and not from what others have done for you. Love comes from listening and responding to the people around you. CCT is a therapy that listens to clients’ distressing concerns and offers advice on possible adoption options (Strickland 2001). CCT can be found in the Bible. God gave us a specific purpose. God can reveal our lives’ purpose through the Holy Spirit (Psalms 132-13).