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Title: Is the Holy Spirit in our Teaching: Principles of the Holy Spirit in Teaching-Learning.


1
Is the Holy Spirit in our Teaching Principles
of the Holy Spirit in Teaching-Learning.
  • The often neglected person in the
    teaching-learning process is actually the most
    important. The Holy Spirit is the sovereign,
    most wise, and ultimate teacher of spiritual
    truth. He makes Gods truth relevant to the
    persons involved and enables application that
    causes life growth. Our teaching and learning
    efforts are in vain unless we cooperate with the
    Holy Spirit.
  • C. Fred Dickason

2
Principles for Holy Spirit TeachingSummary
Outline
  • Recognize the Holy Spirit as a Person.
  • Recall how the Holy Spirit teaches Believers.
  • Remember the Holy Spirits responsibility in the
    teaching-learning process.
  • Respect the Holy Spirits Results in Learners.
  • E. Respond to the Holy Spirits requirements for
    Teachers Learners.

3
I. Recognize the Holy Spirit as a Person
  • The Holy Spirit is a Person
  • He possesses intellect (1 Cor. 210-11)
  • He possesses emotions (Eph. 430)
  • He possesses will (1 Cor. 1211)
  • His Works Affirm Personality
  • Intelligent creator (Gen. 12)
  • Giver of Personal Life (John 35)
  • Teaches (1 John 220)
  • Guides (Gal. 516-18)
  • Speaks (Acts 1019 132)

4
I. Recognize the Holy Spirit as a Person
  • Pronouns that Refer to Persons are used of Him
    (John 1526 167, 13-15)
  • He is the Object of our Personal Trust, whom we
    must Obey (Acts 109-21) or Disobey (Isa. 6310)
  • He is Associated with the other Persons of the
    Trinity (Matt. 2819 2 Cor. 1314)
  • The Holy Spirit meets all the definitions of
    a person!
  • Therefore, our director resource in teaching
    and learning Gods truth is a genuine person and
    genuinely God. Without Him we can do nothing!

5
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • False Concepts on How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • The Total Teacher
  • The Totalitarian Teacher
  • The Tandem Teacher
  • The Tethered Teacher
  • Biblical Concept on How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Principle of Personal Cooperation
  • Principle of Personal Cultivation
  • Principle of Interpersonal Communication

6
Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Erroneous View 1 The Total View The Holy
    Spirit is the Only Teacher It is a Subjective
    Mystical View of the Teaching-Learning Process.
  • This view teaches that He illumines each believer
    directly human teachers obstruct His work the
    Holy Spirit is the only teacher.
  • This view ignores the revealed fact that the Holy
    Spirit uses human teachers Great Commission,
    Matt. 2819-20 the involvement of church leaders
    (Acts 542 1535 1811 2020 2831)the
    command to Timothy (2 Tim. 22) and the gift of
    teaching to believers (Rom. 126-7 1 Cor. 1228
    Eph. 411).
  • This view limits education, either because it is
    not needed, or because it excludes information or
    stimulation by other teachers.
  • This view can lead to an attitude of superiority
    infallibility because ones information comes
    directly from the Holy Spirit (fallible human
    understanding minimized).

7
Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Erroneous View 2 The Totalitarian View The
    Holy Spirit takes over the individuals
    responsibility for personal study or development.
  • This view teaches that human teachers need little
    or no training or even preparation because the
    results in ministry come directly from the
    Spirit.
  • This imbalanced view results from a false view of
    the teacher. The teacher is more than a live
    book presenting truth. He is personally involved
    as example, expresser, and encourager for the
    truth (1 Tim. 412-16).
  • The teacher is personally concerned and
    contributes to the life and welfare of others
    (Acts 2027-37 1 Tim. 51-3, 17-18).

8
Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Erroneous View 3 The Tandem Teacher teaches
    that Holy Spirit adds His part after the human
    teacher has done his part.
  • The view fails to recognize that God works in us
    through us to will to accomplish His good
    plan for our lives others (Phil. 212-13).
  • As members of Christs Body, the church, we have
    spiritual gifts that are to be exercised in the
    power of the Spirit, including teacher (Rom.
    124-7). As Dr. Roy Zuck states
  • When God is educating, the human teacher and
    the pupils are involved together in the
    teaching-learning process, and at the same time
    the Spirit is working within the teacher, on the
    Word of God, and within the pupils.

9
Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Erroneous View 4 The Tethered Teacher
    teaches that the Holy Spirit is regarded as
    unnecessary to religious teaching (humanistic
    philosophy of teaching)
  • This view teaches that with the proper materials,
    equipment, personnel, program, creative
    well-meaning teachers can operate efficiently on
    natural grounds without the aid of the Holy
    Spirit.
  • This view fails to comprehend the biblical
    estimate of mans finiteness fallenness, has
    its only resource in sinful flesh (1 Cor. 214
    31-3).
  • This view elevates mans creativity methods
    over Gods fails to realize that only the
    Spirit can accomplish the spiritual goals of
    Christian education.

10
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Biblical Principles by which the Holy Spirit
    Operates in the Teaching Role
  • 1 The Principle of Personal Cooperation.
  • 2 The Principle of Personal Cultivation.
  • 3 The Principle of Interpersonal
    Communication.

11
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Biblical Principles by which the Holy Spirit
    Operates in the Teaching Role
  • 1 The Principle of Personal Cooperation
  • Though salvation is a gift totally received
    by Gods grace without any human effort (Eph.
    28-9), growth in spiritual maturity requires the
    God-assigned cooperative effort of the believer
    every command addressed to the human will is
    evidence of this truth. For example, we are told
    to grow in grace (2 Pet. 318), to diligently add
    virtues (2 Pet. 15-8), to teach others (2 Tim.
    22), to be diligent in not neglecting our
    spiritual gifts (1 Tim. 414-16).
  • The Scripture does say very plainly that I am
    to do certain things that are a vital part of the
    process of sanctification.But even in verses
    where the Spirit is mentioned as being involved
    in carrying out the exhortation, the individual
    is also included as a necessary part of the
    process. Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the
    Christian Life (Chicago Moody, 1969), 64-65.

12
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Biblical Principles by which the Holy Spirit
    Operates in the Teaching Role
  • 1 The Principle of Personal Cooperation
  • The Holy Spirit seeks to teach through human
    channels or instruments. Human teachers should
    seek to be under the full employment of the
    Spirit, as clean and capable instruments.in the
    final sense, it is not they who teach, but the
    Holy Spirit. As instruments of the divine
    Teacher, they teach what the Spirit of God has
    revealed in His Word.
  • Roy B. Zuck, Spiritual Power in Your
    Teaching (Chicago Moody Press, 1972), 59-65.

13
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • The Holy Spirit enables the teacher learner to
    communicate interact with Gods truth for
    personal corporate growth
  • 1 The Principle of Personal Cooperation
  • A. Personal Cooperation is required of the
    teacher
  • 1 Timothy 413 give attention to reading,
    to exhortation, to doctrine.
  • 2 Timothy 22 And the things that you
    have heard from mecommit these to faithful men
    who will be able to teach others also.
  • Titus 19 holding fast the faithful word as
    he has been taught, that he may be able, by sound
    doctrine, both to exhort and convict those who
    contradict.
  • B. Personal Cooperation is required of the
    learner
  • Matthew 724 Therefore whoever hears these
    sayings of Mine, and does them, I will liken him
    to a wise man who built his house on the rock
  • Hebrew 512 For though by this time you
    ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach
    you again the first principles of the oracles of
    God
  • James 125 ...and is not a forgetful hearer
    but a doer of the work, this one will be blessed
    in what he does.

14
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • Having made each believer a new creature in
    Christ (Eph. 424), the Holy Spirit seeks to
    cultivate life, character, and dynamic for
    conduct (Gal. 516-23) through accurate knowledge
    and right application of the Scripture (see chart
    on spiritual life).
  • 2 The Principle of Personal Cultivation
  • A. The goal in sanctification for which we
    strive is personal maturity
  • Rom. 121-2
  • 2 Cor. 317-18
  • 2 Tim. 316-17
  • Colossians 31-4
  • B. Every Person will be evaluated for His
    faithfulness when Christ rewards His
    servants
  • 1 Cor. 313
  • 2 Cor. 510
  • Galatians 64-6.

15
II. Recall How the Holy Spirit Teaches
  • The Spirit operates.
  • 3 The Principle of Personal Cultivation
  • A. The goal in sanctification for which we
    strive is personal maturity
  • Rom. 121-2
  • 2 Cor. 317-18
  • 2 Tim. 316-17
  • Colossians 31-4
  • B. Every Person will be evaluated for His
    faithfulness when Christ rewards His
    servants
  • 1 Cor. 313
  • 2 Cor. 510
  • Galatians 64-6.

16
The Holy Spirit in Teaching Learning?
  • Recognize that His goal is personal development
    and maturity the representation of Jesus
    Christ.
  • Allow His personal cultivation of your lives as
    teachers.
  • Depend on Him as the only one who can make
    teachers effective.
  • Allow Him to facilitate interpersonal
    communication.
  • Seek to cultivate your spiritual gifts and
    ministry under His supervision.
  • Promote reverence response to His inspired
    Scripture.
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