Holy Trinity Seminary . . . Part IV

The Master’s Class

Rev. Sudha Mehta©

Today, in my final session on the topic of the Holy Trinity Seminary I would like to show you a photo essay. It is long but I think you will like it.

These pictures are available free of cost on the web. They demonstrate my point wonderfully. I am grateful that God anointed others to take these pictures and make my work easier. May His blessing rest upon them.

Back then Jesus called out to those that would follow Him. His class looked different than it might today.

Follow Me Photo from LDS.org.jpg

Follow Me Photo from LDS.org.

He used every opportunity to teach, every moment, every place, every incident in their daily lives was designed to be a class. In Ceaserea Philippi, at the place that was known as the Gates of Hell, Jesus asked:

Matthew 16: 13 When Jesus came into the parts of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, Who do men say that I the Son of man am? 14 And they said, Some say that thou art John the Baptist; some, Elijah; and others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets. 16 And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. 17 And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon son of Jonah, for flesh and blood has not revealed it unto thee, but my Father who is in the heavens.(JB2000)

A declarative statement at the best place possible, serving notice to the hordes of Hell! Great opportunity, great lesson! The Son of God came to teach:

Gates of Hell Caeserea philippi Photo from cellcodes.us.jpg

Gates of Hell Caeserea philippi Photo from cellcodes.us

Whether He was surrounded by throngs in the temple . . .

jesus-christ-public-ministry-Photo from IDS.org.jpg

In the Temple Photo from LDS.org

Or raising the paralytic at Peter’s home . . .

jesus-forgives-sins-and-heals-a-man-stricken-with-palsy-1920x960 Photo from LDS.org

Healing the Paralytic and forgiving sins Photo from LDS.org

Or healing a Blind man . . .


Jesus heals a blind man Photo from LDS.otg

Raising  a dead girl . . .

jesus-raises-the-daughter-of-jairus from LDS.org.jpg

Jesus-raises-the-daughter-of-jairus from LDS.org

Talking to a Samaritan woman . . .

give-me-to-drink Photo from LDS.org.jpg

give-me-to-drink Photo from LDS.org

Cleansing a leper . . .

jesus_heals_leper Photo from St. Michael Catholic Church

Jesus_heals_leper Photo from St. Michael Catholic Church

Giving a Sermon  . . .

Sermon on the mount photo from YouTube

Sermon on the Mount Photo from YouTube.com

Blessing the little children . . .

suffer-the-little-children photo from the Mormon Channel.jpg

Suffer the Little children Photo from Mormon Channel

Confronting the Religious leaders . . .

Jesus-and-a-scribe Photo from thinktheology.org.jpg

Jesus-and-a-scribe Photo from thinktheology.org

Entering Jerusalem on a donkey . . .

010-triumphant-entry photo from FreeBibleImages

Triumphant Entry Photo from FreeBibleImages

Celebrating Passover and washing feet. . .

Jesus washing disciples feet at passover meal Photo from ophope.org.jpg

Jesus washes feet of disciples Photo from ophope.org

Before the Religious Leaders . . .

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Photo from Youtube

Before Pilate after getting flogged and spit upon . . .


Before Pilate Photo from YouTube

On the Cross . . .

Jesus-crucified-2 Photo from thinkaboutit.news

Jesus on the cross Photo from thinkaboutit.news

Walking down the road to Emmaus . . .

christ-appears-on-the-road-to-emmaus-Photo from LDS.org.jpg

Christ-appears-on-the-road-to-emmaus-Photo from LDS.org

Making breakfast . . .

Jesus_Appears_Galilee Photo from Bible Fun for Kids.jpg

Jesus_Appears_Galilee Photo from Bible Fun for Kid

Giving the Great Commission to the the disciples . . .

Jesus-gives the Great Commission to the Disciples-Photo from Ramesh Rambling.jpg

Jesus-gives the Great Commission to the Disciples-Photo from Ramesh Rambling

or Ascending to heaven with the promise of returning to catch up the church . . .

Jesus ascension Photo from Freebibleimages.jpg

Jesus ascension Photo from Freebibleimages

He was always teaching!!

This is the same Jesus who is our coming King! He told us that He would come an set up His Kingdom on Earth, and He will . . .

KingComingAgain Photo from grace Baptist Church.jpg

KingComingAgain Photo from grace Baptist Church

The classroom looks different today for each of us. We no longer are just twelve disciples or even a few hundred! Thankfully, the disciples learned well, and with the indwelling of the Holy Spirit they got the Word out far and wide, so that we have the same knowledge they did.

We are many, yet each one of us has the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit who teaches, guides, directs us in the same way they (the disciples) learned. How richly He has provided!

So, our classroom may look like:

Sunday at church . . . whether your church is a tiny house church, or a big fancy building or anything in between . . .

Sunday Worship Photo from Firstchurchnet.com.jpg

Sunday Worship Photo from Firstchurchnet.com

You are still in class with the Holy Spirit, wherever you are. You may be a student or a teacher . . .

Working at a job . . .

Walking down the road . . .

woman wearing blue jeans
Photo by Luis Quintero on Pexels.com

Enjoying family time . . .

tilt shift lens photography of woman wearing red sweater and white skirt while holding a boy wearing white and black crew neck shirt and blue denim short
Photo by Nicholas Githiri on Pexels.com

Reading or writing . . .

Visiting with friends . . .

people laughing
Photo by nappy on Pexels.com

Shopping . . .

Helping or being helped by a stranger . . .

Taking some time alone . . .

Enjoying and/or taking care of God’s creation . . .

Or anything else.

My professor once said in class: “Every situation in your life is a classroom situation. It is for you to learn the lessons God wants you to learn.” I took his wise counsel and have lived it for many decades!

Finally, a huge part of our classroom learning and teaching has to do with raising the next generation of disciples:

Psalm 127:3 See, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.(AKJV)

Children are the heritage of the Lord . . . Think about it!

If the next generation had not been valued by Jesus, I doubt we would be speaking of Him now many generations later. So when you raise your children, make their classroom be anytime, anywhere, doing anything:

Deuteronomy 6: 4 Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God is one LORD: 5 And you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might. 6 And these words, which I command you this day, shall be in your heart: 7 And you shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise up. 8 And you shall bind them for a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. 9And you shall write them on the posts of your house, and on your gates.(AKJV)

This lesson has not changed, it continues today for us.

Make a classroom whether you are lying down . . .

toddler reading book
Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com

Playing a game . . .

Photos on Pexel

Walking down the lane . . .

man in white shirt walking with boy near wooden fence gate
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com

Sitting to a meal . . .

white and brown cooked dish on white ceramic bowls
Photo by Chan Walrus on Pexels.com

Going to church . . .

ChildrenPraying Photo from thoughtco.com.jpg

Children praying Photo from thoughtco.com

And yes! teach them the Word . . .

A healthy and happy mixed race family

parents teaching the bible to childrenschoolofchangemakers.com

Teach them to pray . . .


Photo by 123RF.com

As well as listen . . .

person love people summer
Photo by Bess Hamiti on Pexels.com

This, dear ones, is the Holy Trinity Seminary for the ages!!

Holy Trinity Seminary . . . Part I

Holy Trinity Seminary . . . Part II

Holy Trinity Seminary . . . Part III

A God of My Design

One Way-Jesus

Born From Above

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Lucena Heivly says:

    What a wonderful way to communicate, by using pictures to teach.

    Sent from my iPad



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