Video & Notes: Become a ‘spiritual mechanic’ & keep your spiritual life ‘running’ well! Pt 1

Become A ‘Spiritual Mechanic’ 

and keep your spiritual life ‘running’ well!

by Ann Windsor

2 Timothy 2:15

Study to show yourself an approved spiritual mechanic

Defining ‘Mechanic”

1. Skilled Tradesperson: This is the most common understanding of a mechanic. A skilled professional who 



and maintains 

mechanical systems and machinery. 

This can include: cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other vehicles; airplanes and other aircraft; factory equipment, power plants, and other industrial machinery; lawnmowers, generators, and other small engines.

2. Figurative Use: someone who is skilled at fixing or maintaining things, even if they’re not working on machinery. For example, you might say someone is a “social mechanic” if they’re good at fixing relationships or a “financial mechanic” if they’re adept at managing money.

Additional Points: Mechanics typically need technical training and skills

often gained through vocational schools, apprenticeships, or on-the-job experience.They must be able to troubleshoot problems, identify the cause of malfunctions, and repair or replace faulty parts.

Mechanics often work with their hands and use a variety of tools and equipment.

The specific responsibilities and skills of a mechanic will vary depending on their specialty and workplace.


Spiritual Parallels the Holy Spirit gave me:

Engine replacement: 2 Cor. 5:17

Computer chip:  PCM – Powertrain Control Module. Romans 12:2

Oil change:  Ephesians 5:15-20

Tune up:  Jude 1:20