PART III: Doctrine Practical Commitments (Spiritual Examples)

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Part III: Doctrine Flashcards on PART III: Doctrine Practical Commitments (Spiritual Examples), created by ablackwood on 07/09/2013.
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Give seven examples of spiritual disciplines: _____. [prayer; praise; worship; confession; fasting; meditation; study]
Through prayer, we express our trust and _____ on Jehovah God for our needs and for the needs of others. [dependence]
Through periods of fasting, we draw close to God, mediate on the passion of Christ, and discipline ourselves to _____ to the control of the Holy Spirit in all areas of our lives. [submit]
We are assured of divine forgiveness by _____. [confession of our sins to God]
Through meditation on and study of the Word of God, we enhance our own spiritual growth and prepare ourselves to help guide and _____ other in Spiritual truths. [instruct]
The life of Christian discipleship calls for the fulfillment of our duties to the body of Christ. We are to unite _____ with other members of the church. [regularly]
Sunday is the Christian day of worship and commemorates the _____ of Christ. [resurrection]
We are to provide the financial needs of the church by giving of _____ and offerings. [tithes]
It is our duty to respect and to _____ to those whom the Lord Jesus has placed over us in the church. [submit]
Christians must not belong to any society or body that requires or practices an _____ that supersedes or excludes their fellowship in Christ. [allegiance]
In the Scriptures, the virtues of thrift and simplicity are honored, but the vices of _____ and ostentation are solemnly prohibited. [waste]
The living of a godly and sober life requires the wise and frugal use of our temporal blessings, including _____. [time; talent; and money]
As good stewards we are to make the most out of our time whether for _____ or for work. [recreation]
The idle use of leisure time degrades, but the edifying use of it brings inner _____. [renewal]
All our work and play should _____ the name of God. [honor]
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