Who do you say I am?

The biggest con artist? A great man? Saviour? Donald Trump?! In Matthew 16:15, Jesus asks “But what about you? Who do you say I am?” Ben Clube takes to the streets of Colchester to answer this question and ask ordinary people who they say Jesus is.

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A magician? A great man? The biggest con artist? Saviour? Donald Trump?!

In Matthew 16:15, Jesus asks "But what about you? Who do you say I am?" Ben Clube takes to the streets of Colchester to answer this question and ask ordinary people who they say Jesus is. Listen to their eclectic thoughts and opinions, and be challenged by how little people really know of Jesus, and therefore the need to share the real Jesus with the lost.

Possible Discussion Quesitons

  • Who do you say Jesus is, and how do you feel about him? Is he a threat, a bother, nothing of consequence or important?
  • Why does it matter who Jesus is?

Related Bible ReferenceĀ 

  • Matthew 16:15

Credits

Produced by Two Thieves

Two Thieves is Ben's Clube's YouTube channel that discusses Christ and culture, with a focus on the intersection of theology, technology and television.

Presented by Ben Clube

Ben's background includes work as an experienced animator and art director in London. He now helps pastor a church in Essex called Danbury Mission.

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1) Offline services, school assemblies or lessons, groups or at events (including youth, kids and midweek groups and events)

2) Online services or assemblies that are streamed or pre-recorded. (For online services, the content video you have purchased should be part of a complete church service which must be at least 20 minutes long.)

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