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青少年教程 (感恩节*第3课) | 耶稣的感恩节


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课程目的

1. 对我们感恩的来源和做法给出圣经依据

2. 让学生们记住他们应该感恩的一切。

3. 激励学生要时时感恩。


主题

感恩, 赞美, 感谢, 感恩节


背诵经文

帖撒罗尼迦前书5:18


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(5分钟)

将孩子分成3-4个小组。给他们3-4分钟时间,写下他们所能想到的各种感恩的事情。


课堂起头(5分钟)

一般性讨论:

- 你们对什么感恩?(朋友、家人、健康等)

- 我们更经常感谢的是人、事、还是物?为什么会这样?(允许学生讨论。)

- 当谈到你所感谢的事情时,你的脑海中是否出现了更多你不常想到的事情?(可能是吧......一旦动起来,我们常会想到更多的东西)


我们并不经常停下来总结我们所要感谢的一切。我们也不常想到耶稣所感谢的一切。


今天,我们要看一下福音书中关于耶稣感恩的几段经文。让我们边看,边祷告我们能够向耶稣学习,成为更感恩的人。


深入学习(25分钟)


阅读 马太福音14:19


问题讨论:

1. 耶稣在这里向谁感恩?(向天父)

2. 耶稣为什么要感谢?(他为饼和鱼感谢)

3. 马太没有具体告诉我们耶稣说了什么-你认为祂说的是什么?(对供给表示感谢,对即将发生的神迹表示感谢,等等)


阅读 马太福音26:26-27


问题讨论:

1. 耶稣在这里向谁表示感谢?(向天父)

2. 耶稣为什么要感谢?(他为这顿饮食表示感谢.....这是逾越节的一餐)

3. 耶稣感谢了两次......你认为祂为什么这样做?(为饼感谢一次,为杯感谢一次)。


阅读 约翰福音11:38-44


问题讨论:

1. 耶稣在这里向谁感恩?(向父)

2. 耶稣为什么要感谢?(因为父听了他)

3. 这种感恩的表达方式与其他的有什么不同?(允许学生分享,有趣的是,耶稣在感到悲痛的同时也在感恩)


让我们再看一个耶稣感恩的例子。

阅读 路加福音10:17-23


问题讨论:

1. 耶稣在这里向谁感恩?(向天父)

2. 耶稣为什么要感谢?(因为神通过门徒行了神迹)

3. 这段经文还给出了耶稣的哪些其他感恩方式? (赞美)

4. 赞美和感恩有什么相同之处?有什么不同之处?(允许学生分享)。


因此,在福音书中,我们看到耶稣两次为供应-食物和饮料而感恩。在另一个场合,当耶稣使拉撒路从死里复活时,祂感谢天父听了祂。在我们读到的最后一段经文中,耶稣赞美并感谢天父以神奇的方式通过门徒工作。


一般性讨论:

- 神是如何供应你的?让我们列出一些方法。(给学生一些时间,让他们说出四或五种神供应他们的方式)。

- 神通过谁来供应你?(父母、父母的雇主、朋友、邻居、老师等)。

- 你怎么知道神会听你的祷告?(让学生分享。)

- 你是否曾因神听到你的祷告而感谢他?(很多时候没有,但这是我们应该永远感恩的事情)。

- 你有没有因为看到神在你的生活中通过神迹或其他方式的行动而赞美和感谢?祂是如何在你的生命中行动的?(允许学生分享。)


应用(15分钟)

认识到我们应该感恩是一件好事。但今天,要让你有能力以一种实际的、可见的方式来表达这种感激之情。


早些时候,我们以小组的形式思考了一些你所感谢的事情。现在,我想让你们单独做一些非常具体的事情。


我想让你向你所感谢的一个人表达你的感激之情。给你们十分钟时间,我要你们给那个人写一封感谢信。在页首,我希望你写下帖撒罗尼迦前书5:18。


(为你的小组读帖撒罗尼迦前书5:18)。


在写完这节经文后,真诚而具体地表达出你对那个人的感谢。慢慢来。有点创意(做一首诗,列一份清单,等等),让那个人知道你对他/她的感谢。然后制定计划,在接下来的24小时内把它送给那人或邮寄给他/她。


结束祷告(2分钟)

祷告你的学生能像耶稣一样过感恩的生活。



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Thanksgiving Lessons (Stand-a-lone) Lesson 3: Jesus' Thanksgiving LESSON OBJECTIVES Through this lesson, students learn to live lives of thanksgiving as Jesus does.

Goals 1. To give biblical overview of the source and practice of our thanksgiving 2. To overwhelm students with the memory of everything for which they should be thankful 3. To inspire students to commit to practicing Thanksgiving all year round

Topics Gratitude, Praise, Thankfulness, Thanksgiving

Scripture Memorization 1 Thessalonians 5:18 OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes) GROUP BUILDING (5 minutes) Split your group into groups of 3-4. Give them 3-4 minutes to write down as many things as they can think of that they are thankful for. After the time is up, move on to the questions in the “Getting Started” section. GETTING STARTED (5 minutes)

General Discussion: • What did your groups say that you were thankful for? (Friends, family, health, etc.) • Do you think we’re more often thankful for people, things, or situations? Why do you think that? (Allow students to discuss.) • As you talked about what you were thankful for, did more things pop into your mind that you don’t often think about? (Probably so…once we get going we usually think of more) We don’t often stop and take stock of all that we have to be thankful for. We also don’t often think about all that Jesus gave thanks for. Today, we’re going to look at a few passages of Scripture in the Gospels where Jesus gives thanks. As we do, it’s my prayer that we can learn from Jesus and become more thankful people, too. DIGGING DEEP (25 minutes) Read Matthew 14:19 Discussion Questions: 1. To whom does Jesus give thanks here? (To the Father.) 2. Why does Jesus give thanks? (He gives thanks for the bread and fish.) 3. Matthew doesn’t tell us specifically what Jesus said — what do you think His words were? (Gratitude for the provision, for the miracle about to happen, etc.) Read Matthew 26:26-27 Discussion Questions: 1. To whom does Jesus give thanks here? (To the Father,) 2. Why does Jesus give thanks? (He gives thanks for the meal…this is the Passover meal.) 3. Jesus gives thanks twice…why do you think He does this? (He does it once for the bread and again for the cup.) Read John 11:38-44 Discussion Questions: 1. To whom does Jesus give thanks here? (To the Father) 2. Why does Jesus give thanks? (Because the Father heard Him.) 3. How is this expression of gratitude different from the others? (Allow students to share, but it’s interesting here that Jesus is thankful even though He also feels grief.) Let’s look at one more example of gratitude on Jesus’ part: Read Luke 10:17-23 Discussion Questions: 1. To whom does Jesus give thanks here? (To the Father) 2. Why does Jesus give thanks? (Because God had done miracles through the disciples.) 3. What other ways does this text express Jesus’ thanksgiving? (He gives praise.) 4. How are praise and thanksgiving alike? How are they different? (Allow students to share.) So, in the Gospels we see that Jesus twice gives thanks for provisions — food and drink. On another occasion, He gives thanks that the Father hears Him when He raises Lazarus from the dead. In the last passage we read, Jesus praises and thanks the Father for working through the disciples in a miraculous way. General Discussion: • How has God provided for you? Let’s list some ways. (Give students time to name off four or five ways God provides for them.) • Through whom does God provide for you? (Parents, parent’s employers, friends, neighbors, teachers, etc.) • How do you know God hears your prayers? (Allow students to share.) • Do you ever thank God for hearing your prayers? (Many times no, but it’s something for which we should always be thankful.) • Do you ever give praise and thanksgiving for seeing God move in your life, through miracles or otherwise? How has He moved in your life? (Allow students to share.) MAKING IT REAL (15 minutes) It is a good thing to recognize that we should be thankful. But today, we want to equip you with the ability to express this gratitude in a practical, visible way. Earlier, we worked as a group to brainstorm some of the things you’re thankful for. Now, I want you to work alone to do something very specific. I want you to express your gratitude to one person for whom you are grateful. I’m going to give you ten minutes, and I want you to write that person a note of thanks. At the top of the page, I want you to write 1 Thessalonians 5:18. (Read 1 Thessalonians 5:18 for your group.) After you write that verse, express your gratitude to that person sincerely and specifically. Take your time. Be creative (do a poem, a list, etc.), and let the person know that you are grateful for him or her. Then make plans to give it to that person or mail it to him or her in the next 24 hours. CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes) Pray that your students can live lives of thanksgiving like Jesus.


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