Five Techniques in the Christian Way of Life

Definition: “Technique” – The mechanical performance or practice of any art; the practical details or methods by which an artist in any line expresses his mental conceptions (theology), mechanical skill in any art.

1) Confession (self-judgment)

(Psa. 32, Psa. 38, Psa. 51; 1Co. 11:28-31; 1Jo. 1:7-22) The technique by which we deal with personal sins for cleansing, forgiveness, restoration to full fellowship, power, service. Use daily!

2) Spirituality

(Eph. 5:18) The command. (Eph. 1:23, Eph. 3:16-20, Eph. 4:1-16) show the mechanics. Dependence on FHS leads to disciplined study, prayer and application.

3) Faith-Rest Life

(Mat. 11:29, Phi. 4:6-7, Heb. 4) Reliance on the promises, principles, doctrines of the Word producing inner rest, peace, tranquillity. Daniel in the lion’s den attitude. Spiritual calm, poise!

4) Living In The Word

(Mat. 4:4; Psa. 119:103-105, Psa. 138:2) A lifestyle of dependence on the Word; a decision (Heb. 4:11) to saturate the soul with the Word; personal study above and beyond group study.

5) Occupation With Jesus Christ

(Heb. 3:1) “Consider Jesus, the Apostle and High Priest of our confession.”
(Heb. 12:2) “Fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith.”
(Heb. 12:3) “Consider Him who endured…”

(Phi. 3:10) “That I may know Him…”


(1Co. 11:1, 1Pe. 2:21)

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