Where there are no counsellors we suffer unnecessary losses, lose battles we should win, destroy valuable relationships, take needless risks, pay more for less, waste our moments and resources, under-utilize our potentials, and in some very unfortunate cases terminate our lives on earth prematurely. Counselling is both divine and human. One of the names of Christ is “The Counselor” (Isaiah 9:6). It is a selfless job that makes the world a better place for all and helps guide willing and ready follow to the path of peace, progress and prosperity. In the western world, it is becoming one of the most highly paid jobs because of its value. Kings and Kingdoms, monarchs and empires rise and fall depending on their counsellors. Personal and team ministries, and even marriages last or fail based on the type of counsel received.A young boy got admission into the higher institution to read medicine. As a Christian, he was full of zeal for God. He worked hard in his studies and highly dedicated to his Christian life.He failed his 1st and 2nd examinations and was left with only one more chance to continue this “course” or withdrawn if he fails again.This boy, was thrown into a state of hopelessness and confusion in life.He developed the spirit of apostasy. Dropped his bible and would not want to go to church nor fellowship neither does he want anybody to tell him anything about God.As he visited his parent on holiday, the father came to me and narrated all the problems.I prayerfully visited the boy in their home. As we went into discussion, he told me all he has been doing for God as a Christian dedicated and hard working. Why should God allow him to fail his exams and now in the danger of losing his course?.I made him to understand that God is not responsible, for the evil but the devil.God has promised to give us direction in all matters of daily living if we will seek Him. If we earnestly look to him for guidance, He will not allow us to make mistakes. He will lead us in the way that He knows is best for us. In (Jer. 29:11) His word says: “For I know the thoughts that I think towards you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you an expected end”.“Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all” (Psalm 34:19). At times things may not always seem to be working out as we think they should, but if we will keep our trust in him things will ultimately work out for our good.Learn from Job in his own experience: (Job 13;15). Though he slay me yet will I trust in him: but I will maintain mine own ways before him”.But if we hold on to positive confession on our trust and confidence in God, He will hasten his word to perform it. (Job 1:22) “In all this, Job sinned not, nor charged God foolishly”St. Paul in (Rom. 8:28) summarized this by saying, “and we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose”.After my counsel and encouragement to him, I told him to make peace with God and go back for his exam that God will not allow him to be put to shame (Psalm 37:5) “Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him: and he shall bring it to pass”. Today he is a medical doctor and of good service unto the Lord.