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青少年教程 (传道书*第6课) | 智慧的和愚拙的


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这是一套在美国很受欢迎的教材,按年龄共分三部分:0-6岁学龄前儿童教程,6-12岁学龄儿童教程,和12岁以上青少年教程。我们将陆续翻译成中文,分享给大家。
这套教材里的每一篇,无论是教程还是各种活动,都独立成篇,没有先后顺序,大家可以按需要和负担选择使用。
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课程目的

1. 进一步提高学生对旧约传道书的认识。

2. 帮助学生看到,智慧和愚拙之间的区别。

3. 鼓励学生拥有超其年龄的智慧。


主题

智慧,愚拙


背诵经文

传道书7:5


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(15分钟)


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选择权在你 (活动)

(让学生们分成两到三个小组聚在一起。你将提出三个两难问题,让小组成员一起思考。让学生们为自己的选择辩护。他们可能并不都彼此同意,这没关系。这样做的目的是让他们思考。)


困境:

1. 你从一个不认识的远房叔叔那里继承了10万美元。你会怎么用这笔钱?选择权在你。

2. 一个朋友告诉你一个秘密,如果别人知道了可能会给这个朋友带来麻烦。你会怎么做?选择权在你。

3. 你目睹有人在拥挤的购物中心偷别人的钱包。你的反应是什么?选择权在你。

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课堂起头(5分钟)

一般讨论:

- 如何知道一个决定是好是坏?

- 可以从谁得到建议,以确保你做出了一个好的选择?

- 做一个困难的决定如何显示人的性格?


深入学习(25分钟)

传道书第6章和第7章有各种说法,它们在一个共同的铰链上摆动--愚拙和智慧的生活。有些是指智慧的事,有些是指愚拙的事。所罗门的每一个观察对今天都还有所启示。


没有人认为他/她是个傻瓜,但我们中许多人并没有按照智慧的原则生活。


通过阅读这两章的各经文,我们都会对如何智慧地生活有更好的认识。


(将学生分成两组或三组,给每组分配以下一段或多段经文。然后让每个小组分享他们对三个讨论问题的答案,因为这些问题与他们指定的经文有关。允许每个小组在五分钟内完成他们的经文并讨论他们的想法,然后再有两分钟左右的时间来分享他们的答案)。


传道书6:1:6

传道书6:7-9

传道书6:10-12

传道书7:1-4

传道书7:5-9

传道书7:10-14

传道书7:15-20

传道书7:21-29


问题讨论:

1. 这些经文说什么是愚拙的? (不能满足的食欲,敲诈,愤怒,诡计多端)

2. 这些经文说什么是智慧的?(好名声,忍耐,知识,避免极端,敬畏神)

3. 如何将这些经文应用于今天的生活?


这些经文很古老。所罗门写的传道书比基督的诞生早1000年,但它们今天仍然重要,并适用于我们。


应用(15分钟)


一般讨论:

- 你认识的最智慧的人是谁?

- 为什么你认为那个人是智慧的?

- 那个人是否只有好事发生在他/她身上?他/她是如何面对困难时期的?

- 你认为那个人是如何变得有智慧的?


智慧或愚拙的生活是有区别的。我们的生活就像一枚硬币。我们可以落在两面中的一面--智慧的一面或愚拙的一面。而很多人的生活是愚拙的。


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双面硬币(实物短讲)

(给小组每人发一枚硬币。要求他们反复抛掷硬币,每次都注意它是落在 "正面"还是 "反面"。在他们掷硬币的时候,说以下的话。)


正如我所说,我们的生活是一枚双面的硬币。有时我们的行为是智慧的。其他时候我们是愚拙的。但生活和硬币之间也是有区别的。硬币是随机地落在正面或反面,你无法改变。

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问题讨论:

1. 你能控制自己做出智慧的选择吗?(是的,你的决定要建立在圣经的原则之上)

2. 你最近做的一个愚拙的选择是什么?(请现在就告诉你的伙伴)

3. 一旦你犯了一个愚蠢的错误,你能做什么来避免下次犯同样的错误?(向神祈求宽恕、智慧和力量,不要重复这种行为。对基督徒朋友负责)

4. 你有哪些信任的有智慧的人,可以让你负责地过智慧的生活?(你会承诺在本周请他们来帮助你吗?)


过有智慧的生活不是20年后的今天,而就是现在。通过做智慧的选择,关注并寻求用你的整个生命来荣耀神,你就可以过一个智慧的生活。


结束祷告(2分钟)

回到你们的伙伴身边,有一些祷告时间。为对方能做出智慧的选择而祷告。



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Ecclesiastes

Lesson 6: The Wise & The Foolish

LESSON OBJECTIVES

Goals

1. To further the students' knowledge of the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes 2. To help students understand the difference between living wisely and foolishly 3. To inspire students to have wisdom beyond their years


Topics:

Foolishness, Wisdom


Scripture Memorization

Ecclesiastes 7:5

OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

GROUP BUILDING (15 minutes)

The Choice is Yours (Activity) (Have the students get together in small groups of two or three. You will present three dilemmas for each person to ponder with the others in their group. Have the students defend their choices. They may not all agree and that is okay. This is meant to get them thinking. The following three dilemmas are also shown in the lesson workbooks.)


Dilemmas: 1. You inherit $100,000 from a distant uncle you never knew. What do you do with the money? The choice is yours. 2. A friend tells you a secret that might get him or her into trouble if others knew. What do you do? The choice is yours. 3. You witness someone stealing someone else’s purse in a crowded shopping center. How do you react? The choice is yours.


GETTING STARTED (5 minutes)

General Discussion: • How do you know if a decision is a good one or not? • Who can you get advice from to make sure you are making a good choice? • How can making a difficult decision show your character?

DIGGING IN (25 minutes)

Ecclesiastes 6 and 7 have a variety of statements in them that swing on a common hinge--the back and forth of foolish and wise living. Some refer to something wise, others to something foolish. Each observation Solomon makes says something to us today.

No one thinks he or she is a fool, but so many of us do not live according to wise principles.

By taking a look at different chunks of these two chapters, we will all have a better idea of how to live wisely.

(Group the students into twos or threes, and assign each group one or more of the following passages. Then have each group share their answers to the three discussion questions as they pertain to their assigned scriptures. Allow each group about five minutes to read their scriptures and discuss their thoughts, and another two minutes or so to share their answers.)

Ecclesiastes 6:1:6 Ecclesiastes 6:7-9 Ecclesiastes 6:10-12 Ecclesiastes 7:1-4 Ecclesiastes 7:5-9 Ecclesiastes 7:10-14 Ecclesiastes 7:15-20 Ecclesiastes 7:21-29


Discussion Questions: 1. What do these scriptures say is foolish? (Roving appetite, extortion, anger, devious schemes.) 2. What do these scriptures say is wise? (A good name, patience, knowledge, avoiding extremes, fear God.) 3. How might you apply these verses to your life today?

The Scriptures are old. Solomon wrote Ecclesiastes about 1,000 years before the birth of Christ, but they still matter and apply to us today!

MAKING IT REAL (15 minutes)

General Discussion: • Who is the wisest person you know? • Why do you consider that person wise? • Does that person have only good things happen to him or her? How does he or she handle tough times? • How do you think that person became wise?

There is a difference between living a wise or a foolish life. Our lives are like a coin. We can land on one of two sides--the wise side or the foolish side. And plenty of people are living foolishly.


Two-sided Coin (Object Talk) (Pass out a coin to every person in your group. Ask them to flip their coin repeatedly, noting each time whether or not it falls on “heads” or “tails.” As they are flipping, say the following.)

As I said, our lives are a two-sided coin. Sometimes we act wisely. Other times we are foolish. But there is a difference between our lives and these coins. The coins are landing on heads or tails at random. Nothing you can do will change it.

Discussion Questions: 1. Can you control whether or not you make wise choices? How? (Yes. Base your decisions on Biblical principals) 2. What is a foolish choice you have made recently? Tell it to your partner right now. 3. Once you make a foolish mistake, what can you do to avoid making that same mistake again? (Ask God for forgiveness, wisdom, and strength not to repeat the behaviour. Be accountable to Christian friends.) 4. Who are some wise people that you trust to hold you accountable to living wisely? Will you commit to asking them to help you sometime this week? The time to live a wise life is not 20 years from now. It’s right now. By making wise choices, paying attention, and seeking to honor God with your whole life, you can live a wise life.

CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes)

Go back to your partners and have some prayer time. Pray for each other to make wise choices.



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