Truth In a List

Do you need a simple list of your personal theology regarding God, Jesus and the Bible? Years ago, I was working with children who hadn’t grown up in church.  Teaching them made my faith sharper as I looked for ways to reach them with the truth of Jesus and the Bible.

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Bible stories that I’d known all my life needed to be taught in a way they could grasp and simple theology was needed.  They needed a foundation to believe so these stories could become their truth.

One day the Holy Spirit answered by giving these statements to me. I then used them in Sunday School each week. There we played games to help the children memorize these truths.

I pray they are written in their hearts. Even more I pray the scripture that proves each statement is forever etched inside them.

These are certainly nothing new, but they are simple and easy to understand. It puts what most Christians already know into words. Even now, I use them with the ladies of Buried Treasures Home where I serve.

A free printable is  here Truth Sentences

Use them in your Sunday school classes, mission classes, Bible drills, adult classes, with someone you’re discipling, or even your own children or grandchildren.

    Truth Sentences

  • Jesus is God.  John 1:1

  • All the Bible is true.  John 17:17

  • Jesus never sinned.  Hebrews 4:15

  • The Bible is God’s Word.  Psalm 119:11

  • All Scripture is God-breathed.  2 Timothy 3:16 & 17

  • Jesus is God’s Son.  John 3:16

  • Jesus never changes.  Hebrews 13:8

  • The Word of God is alive and active.  Hebrews 4:12

Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.

I Corinthians 15:58



©Valerie Rumfelt

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