Lesson 5 Review: Jesus as the Master Teacher

Memory Text: “For it is the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness, who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ” (2 Corinthians 4:6 NKJV)


Humankind was dying and all it needed was the face of Jesus, to behold Him and know who it is behind everything.  Jesus came as a master teacher, a golden opportunity to learn from the Son of God and the teachings of Jesus are just and true, carrying no deceit.

Who did Jesus reveal?

Jesus revealed the Father, He showed the loving character of God the Father. Jesus said, “…He who sees Me has seen the Father”. Jesus was also representing His Father here on earth.

Why is Jesus’ teaching very important to Us?

The answer is quite clear, Jesus is an imprint of the father and if We want to know the father, we have to listen to what the son testifies about Him. The Father is seen in the Son.

What other reason was behind Jesus’ coming?

Jesus came to restore the knowledge of God to those who had misinterpreted or never known it. Jesus is the light and He came to teach Us the difference between the truth and falsehood.

What is the most notable lesson the Master Teacher teaches?

The most notable lesson from the life of Jesus should be from his act of humility, He submitted to the Father even to death and after all the suffering the Father exalted Him above everything. This teaches Us that We should submit to each other in love just as Christ did, for Us to imitate our Master.

 Why do We have to share the word of God in our sphere?

By sharing the word of God with others, we are making others participate in Jesus’ reconciliation of Mankind to God. Jesus reconciled Us with God and so We can now behold the glory of the Father through faith. Jesus sends Us out into the world just as He was sent into the world by His father.

Who were Jesus’ first pupils and what did they learn?

Jesus’ first pupils were Joseph, Mary and the Shepherds, and though Jesus was in form of a human baby He taught these pupils a very valuable lesson. Jesus was God, He owned everything, and so His humility to the extent of being born in a manger taught a lot to the witnesses.

In Conclusion,

We must reflect Christ if We want power over pupils, Christ is the truth and the Master Teacher, as Teachers What We teach should have its roots from Jesus alone, because He is the light. God is the beginning and the End, the First and Last, and He is the only reliable source for true Christian Education. I pray that God gives Us the grace to reflect Christ in our lives in Jesus’ name.

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