Do any of you use this technique ? Perhaps not for the entire sermon , but parts of it ? Is it effective or not so desirable ? Should it be used for some congregations and not others ? I'm addressing fill-in-the-blanks . However , Dr.D.M.L-J would sometimes ask as many as 12 questions in a row -- surgical in nature , for his listeners to really reflect upon . That is a totally different approach than the subject here . The Corinthians were puffed what ? Puffed up . The Holy Who ? The Holy Ghost . The glory of what ? The glory of the cross . ... and Him what ? And Him they crucified . He has revealed things through His who ? ... Through His Son . My power is perfected in what ? Weakness .