Our passage from the Word of God today is Psalm 139:1-3. It reads, “O lord, thou hast searched me, and known me. Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off. Thou compassest my path and my lying down, and art acquainted with all my ways.” Our quote for today is from Michael Houdmann. He said, “The prevention plan for burnout is to rest in Jesus and follow His direction for life.” Our problem today is “The Problem of Burnout in Your Life” (part 2) from the book, “The Guide to Biblical Counseling” by Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Ron Hawkins. — First, here are some questions to ask your self if you are dealing with burnout: 1. How are you feeling physically? (If people are experiencing burnout, chances are they haven’t been caring for themselves physically. If your client hasn’t had a recent physical, recommend that he or she have one.) 2. How are you feeling emotionally? 3. How long have you felt like this? 4. When did these feelings start? 5. What prompted you to seek help now? 6. What are the stressors in your life? 7. How large a part does each stressor play in your stress level? 8. What kind of support do you get—both with your responsibilities and for yourself personally? 9. How do you perceive yourself? (For example, someone who feels that he or she must meet all the needs of an aging parent to be a “good” child is going to experience failure.) 10. What do you do for fun?