I Kings 19:4-8; Psalms 34:2-9; Ephesians 4:30-5:2; John 6:41-51
The New Testament writers portray Jesus Christ at work and at leisure in many capacities …
He fishes with the Apostles.
He cleanses people of evil spirits.
He reads Scripture at synagogue services.
He heals and He comforts.
He carries a Cross.
He prepares dinner for the crowds and breakfast for the Apostles.
He attends a wedding reception.
He spends time with little children.
He dines out.
He visits friends.
But whether He is at a work situation or a time of leisure, whether He is in the formal atmosphere of the synagogue or in the informal atmosphere of a roadside encounter with a stranger, invariably He transforms the event into a teaching situation.
Leading educators tell us that the three major requisites for being a good teacher are 1) a good teacher must demonstrate contagious enthusiasm for the subject being taught, 2) a good teacher must regard teaching as a joy — which means first and foremost that the teacher must enjoy being with…
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