Sunday School, P.7 ‘Who Said?’ & ‘I Am The Truth…’

This week, I began the Sunday school class that I am guest teaching with a little ‘game.’  – A quite shocking game of ‘Who said?’  The class member faces said what I felt the first time I read some of the quotes that I presented on the powerpoint slides.  They looked like they had been kicked in the gut!!

Here is the the slide presentation for the first part of this week’s lesson so you can follow along:  Who Said

A crash course in early church history ensued….

Once we got to the ‘meat’ of the lesson, we dug into the second part of Yeshua’s claim, “I am the way, the truth and the life.”

If you enjoy or are blessed by these lessons, please share them with a friend.  Feel free to download and burn on disc as well as forwarding links, etc…


About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!
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11 Responses to Sunday School, P.7 ‘Who Said?’ & ‘I Am The Truth…’

  1. One incredibly awesome stand-alone teaching! The Ruach put boldness in you, Brother. I think we’ll all be interested in hearing how the message was received.

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      Thank you. Have had no negative feedback on any of the lessons thus far. Have had some positive, and in class reactions from reading faces and body language seems to be positive, but I have passed from theoretical/informational to calling for action. Just praying Abba open eyes as He has opened this door!!

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  2. loammi says:

    Utterly amazed at how much you are getting to share!!!

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  3. Sue in NC says:

    Wonderful stuff here. Any feedback from the class yet?


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  5. Pete Rambo says:

    Here is a link someone sent me:

    Also, here are a few related articles on the church fathers…


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