This is a subsidiary post of Disciples.
Jesus is a teaching Lord. He doesn’t just want to tell us what to do; He wants to explain to us what we should do. That is, He wants us to understand the things we do for Him (John 15:15).
An asterisk at the beginning of the citation indicates a non-explicit reference to the Lord teaching.
Matthew 5:1, 2 – It is natural that disciples go to their teacher in order to receive his teaching.
Mark 6:34 – Our shepherd is a teacher.
Luke 6:40 – We are to imitate Jesus (Become Like Jesus). Teaching is the way He gets us to that goal.
Luke 11:1, 2 – When Jesus was asked to teach, He didn’t hesitate.
John 6:45 – God teaches all who are willing to listen.
John 8:31, 32 – Being a disciple of Christ means dwelling upon – and giving proper consideration to – what He has said.
John 13:13 – “You call Me Teacher and Lord; and you are right, for so I am.” – Our Lord is a teacher.
Acts 11:26 – We should not disassociate the terms “Christian” and “disciple.”
2 Timothy 2:7 – The impartation of understanding is the work of a teacher.
*Hebrews 12:1-14 – Although this passage does not contain the explicit words “teach” or “teacher,” it clearly alludes to such when it speaks of exhortation, discipline, and reproof.
*Revelation 3:19 – ‘Those whom I love, I reprove and discipline…” – This is Jesus speaking.
Psalm 1:2 – The word “law” in this verse is the Hebrew word “Torah” – as in the law of Moses. This word appears over 200 times in the Old Testament. It means “teaching” or “instruction.” Thus, the Lord who gave it is a teacher.
Psalm 90:12 – “So teach us to number our days…”
Psalm 94:10, 11, 12, 13 – “He who chastens the nations, will He not rebuke, even He who teaches man knowledge?…Blessed is the man whom You chasten, O LORD, and whom You teach out of Your law…”
Psalm 119:12 – “Blessed are You, O LORD; teach me Your statutes.”
Psalm 119:33 – “Teach me, O LORD, the way of Your statutes…”
Psalm 119:64 – “The earth is full of Your lovingkindness, O LORD; teach me Your statutes.”
Psalm 119:108 – “O accept the freewill offerings of my mouth, O LORD, and teach me Your ordinances.”
Isaiah 2:3 – “‘…Come, let us go up to the mountain of the LORD…that He may teach us…'” – God raised up Jesus to heaven that He might teach all the nations.
Isaiah 30:20 – “Although the Lord has given you bread of privation and water of oppression, He, your Teacher will no longer hide Himself, but your eyes will behold your Teacher.” – Our Teacher came down from heaven to teach us here on earth.
Micah 4:2 – “‘…Come and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD…that He may teach us…'” This passage is identical to Isaiah 2:3 above.