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青少年教程 (真相/真理系列1*第5课) | 我的真相

Updated: Feb 14


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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。
*更多内容:thedoorofsheep.com/青少年 

课程目的

1.让学生思考自己是谁

2.重构自尊的概念

3.鼓励学生不要过于“以自我为中心”


主题

品格、满足、自私、自尊、真相、价值


背诵经文

哥林多前书 6:19-20


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(15分钟)


课堂起头(10-15分钟)

活动 | 我是

(准备一些纸和笔。根据以下说明指导学生。鼓励每个人完成这个活动。后面应用部分还会用到这个活动。)


说明:拿出纸和笔,听好了。在纸的顶部写上“我是:”。下面,你要展示出你是谁。可以写一首诗或一首歌,可以画一幅画。你可以描述让你感到自豪的事,比如成就或财产,或者你可以简单地列举描述你的词语。你有大约10分钟的时间,所以不要匆忙,也不要说太多。试着深入自己的内心,看看自己是什么样的。也许你会写下 “我是:傻乎乎的、有趣的、外向的、糊涂的!”无论你想什么,都很好。现在花几分钟写下你是谁。


深入学习(30分钟)


我们生活在一个非常“以自我为中心”的世界。人们天生自私。这在我们的文化中又得到了强化,这些信息传达了我们是地球上最重要的人。作为一代人,你们也被这样的思维方式所训练。你可能听过一些类似“只要你愿意,你就可以做任何事”或“你快乐,才是最重要的”之类的话。


除了天性和文化外,你们还处于一个非常以自我为中心的生命时期。青少年时期尤为敏感,你会觉得每个人都在关注你。


专注于自己,无论是积极的还是消极的,都是不对的。


为了理解我们应该如何看待自己,首先让我们谈谈为什么我们会如此自私。


问题讨论:

1.人为什么如此自我中心?

2.为什么青少年时期特别自私?

3.大多数人是骄傲还是自卑?请解释。

4.自卑与骄傲一样不好吗?请解释。


圣经是我们判断是非的标准。它可以将真理与谎言区分开。幸运的是,它对人有很多见解。让我们深入研究一些经文,看看圣经对自尊、自我形象以及你是谁有什么说法。


第一点:你有价值,因为神创造了你。

读 创世记2:7

问题讨论:

1.是神造了你,这对你意味着什么?

2.我们的起源的另一种理论可能会如何影响我们对自己的看法?例如,进化论会如何影响我们对生命目的和价值的看法?

3.神在看到祂所创造的一切后说了什么(见创世记1:31)?这会如何影响你对自己的看法?


很多人很难拥有积极的自我形象。通常,我们会以我们所做的事、拥有的东西或别人对我们的看法为基础来塑造自我形象。但是如果你是从这些事物中获取价值,会发生什么?在某个时刻,你会觉得自己一点价值都没有,因为这些东西来了又去。你被神创造的事实意味着你很重要,而这永远不会改变。


请人读 罗马书8:35-39,以总结这一点。


第二点:你不属于你自己的。

问题讨论:

1.你长大后想成为什么?为什么?

2.你想上哪所大学?为什么?

3.你觉得自己25或30岁时的生活会是什么样子?


我们很容易相信这么一个谎言,即我们的生命是属于自己的。


你在一个给予你无限选择的社会中长大。从有各种商店的购物中心到提供无限选择的快餐厅,你一直都在按照自己的方式生活。我们倾向于以这种方式看待一切。“这是我的生活。我做我想做的事情。”


问题讨论(续):

4. “这是我的生活。我做我想做的事情”,这种态度可能会有什么坏处?

5.如果以自私的方式生活,在以后会有什么困扰吗?

6.如果试图成为自己生活的主人,你可能会遇到什么困难?


事实是,如果你是神造的,那么你并不拥有自己的生命。很多事不应该全由你自己来决定,而应该受到圣经和那些热爱耶稣的人的智慧的影响。


神不仅造了你。通过祂的儿子,祂还把你从罪中救赎出来。你不属于自己,你的生活应该是对拥有你的神的一种致敬。


请人读 哥林多前书 6:19-20 来总结这一点。


应用(10分钟)

• 有多少人喜欢被人管被人告知该做什么?为什么/为什么不?

• 为什么向他人屈服很难?

• 你对自己的生活有什么价值观?


我们需要克制自己并意识到我们不是自己的。需要知道我们是由神创造的,祂的创造是非常美好的,你的价值来自这个事实,而不是谁喜欢你,你取得什么成绩,或者你参与了什么运动。


活动 | 我是(继续)

回顾前面“我是”纸张。我将列举一些东西,如果它们是你写下、画出或描述的东西,我希望你将它们划掉。


划掉:

• 你拥有的东西:钱、iPod、吉他、衣服等。

• 你拥有的个性特征:幽默、外向、疯狂等。

• 你参与的运动:足球、排球、棒球等。

• 你喜欢的东西:音乐、电视、电影、油管等。

• 身体特征:头发颜色、身高等。

• 你上学或居住的地方,你的去处,家庭状况等。

• 页面上描述你的任何其他事物...成绩、朋友等。


此时,他们纸上剩下的东西应该就是“I AM/我是“。确保他们划掉了其他的自我描述,然后说:


我希望你看看自己的纸,注意还剩下什么。一旦你意识到你不是由你的名字你的家庭定义的,一旦你意识到你的定义不是来自你在学校做什么或参与什么运动,一旦你知道你的个性不是给你价值的东西,你纸上剩下的东西就是“I AM/我是”。


这是神在摩西问祂是谁时给自己的名字(见出埃及记3章),祂是我们拥有价值、目标和身份的原因。你是被宇宙之神所爱的,没有什么能夺走这一点。


罗马书1:6说“你们这蒙召属耶稣基督的人”。你被呼召属于耶稣,而不是被呼召成为足球明星、喜剧演员、美女、天才或名人。


这就是真实的你。


结束祷告(2分钟)

今天我们都在心里默默祈祷。感谢神爱你。感谢祂给了你人生目的。感谢祂给了你价值。请求祂原谅你曾将你的价值感放在其他事物上。最后,请神帮助你看到自己真实的样子,知道你属于祂而因此满足。


**** 英文版 *******


Truth or Dare? (Part 1)

Lesson 5: The Truth About Me


LESSON OBJECTIVES


Goals

1. To get students thinking about who they are

2. To reconstruct the idea of self-esteem

3. To inspire students not to live “me-centered”


Topics

Character, Contentment, Selfishness, Self-Worth, Truth, Worthiness


Scripture Memorization

1 Corinthians 6:19-20


OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)  

 

GROUP BUILDING (15 minutes)


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GETTING STARTED (10-15 minutes)


I AM (Activity)

(Have some scrap paper available with some pens. Instruct students according to the instructions below. Encourage everyone to complete this activity as it will set the stage for the remainder of the study. You will refer back to this activity during the Making it Real segment.)


Instructions: Take out a piece of paper and a pen and listen up. At the top of the paper write the words “I AM:” Below that, I want you to show who you are. You can write a poem or a song. You can draw a picture. You can describe things you are proud of such as accomplishments or possessions, or you can simply list words that describe you. You will have about 10 minutes, so don't be in a rush, but also don't talk a bunch. Try to tap into your emotions and who you see yourself as. Maybe you write “I am: silly, fun, outgoing, confused!” Whatever you come up with, that’s cool. Take a few minutes now and write who you are.


DIGGING IN (30 minutes)

We live in a very "me-centered" world. People, by nature, are selfish. This is reinforced by our culture, which sends messages that we are the most important person on earth. As a generation, you’ve been trained to think that way, too. You’ve probably heard things like “You can do anything if you set your mind to it,” or “as long as you’re happy, that’s all that matters.”

In addition to our nature and cultural signals, you’re also at a very self-centered time of life. The teenage years are especially sensitive ones where you feel like everyone is watching you. But being so self-conscious is also a form of pride.


Being focused on yourself, positively or negatively, is not right.To get a grip on how we’re supposed to view ourselves, first lets talk about why we can be so selfish.


Discussion Questions:

1. Why do you think people are so self-centered?

2. Why do you think it’s particularly easy to be selfish as a teenager?

3. Do you think most people are arrogant or self-conscious? Explain.

4. Is having a low self-image just as prideful as being arrogant? Explain.


The Bible is our standard of right and wrong. Its contents can separate the Truth from lies. Fortunately, it has plenty to say about people. Let’s dig into some Scriptures and see what they say about self-esteem, self-image, and who you are.


POINT ONE: You Have Value Because God Created You.

Read Genesis 2:7

Discussion Questions:

1. What does it mean to you that you were created by God?

2. How might an alternate theory of our origins affect how we view ourselves? For example, how would evolution affect how we view our purpose in life and our value?

3. What did God say after He saw all the things He created (see Genesis 1:31)? How does that affect how you view yourself?


A lot of people have a hard time having a positive self-image. Often, we base our image on things we do, stuff we have, or other people’s view of us. But if you get your value from those things, what is going to happen? At some point, you are going to feel like you have no value because those things come and go. The fact that you were created by God means you matter, and that will never change.


Have someone read Romans 8:35-39 to wrap up this point.


POINT TWO: You Are Not Your Own.


Discussion Questions:

1. What do you want to be when you grow up? Why?

2. What college would you like to attend? Why?

3. What do you see your life being like when you’re 25 or 30?


I think one of the things that causes us to get really off-base is that we have believed a lie that our life is our own. This is easily illustrated by the questions we just asked. Granted, they were asked in such a way to get you to answer selfishly but are they not the same questions we ask ourselves.You have been raised in a society that gives you boundless choices. From malls with multiple shops to fast food restaurants that give you limitless options, you have had it your way your whole life. We tend to think of everything that way. "It’s my life. I’ll do what I want."


Discussion Questions (Continued):

4. How can the attitude “It's my life. I'll do what I want” be a bad thing?

5. If you live selfishly, how might that come back to haunt you later?

6. If you try to be the boss of your life, what difficulties might you encounter?


The reality is, if you were created by God, then you do not possess your life. The decisions you make should not be made by you—they should be influenced by Scripture and the wisdom from those who love Jesus.


God didn’t just make you. He bought you back from your sinful state through His Son. You do not belong to yourself and your life should be a tribute to God who owns you.


Have someone read 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 to wrap up this point.  


MAKING IT REAL (10 minutes)

• How many of you like being told what to do? Why/why not?

• Why is it hard to submit to others?

• What value do you place on running your own life?


Some of us are just control freaks. We need to know what’s going on, when it’s happening, and why. Others of us are just totally selfish and need to get over ourselves and realize that we are not our own. We need to know that we were created by God, that His creation is very good, and that your value comes form that fact and not who likes you, what grades you make, or what sports you play.


I AM (Activity) - continued

Look back at your "I AM" papers. I’m going to list some things, and if they are things that you wrote, drew, or described, I want you to cross them out.


Cross Out:

• Possession you own: money, iPods, guitars, clothes, etc.

• Personality traits you have: funny, outgoing, crazy, etc.

• Sports you play: soccer, volleyball, baseball, etc.

• Things you like: music, television, movies, YouTube, etc.

• Physical Characteristics: color of hair, height, etc.

• Where you go to school or live, your hangouts, family situation, etc. 

• Anything else that describes you still left on the page...grades, friends, etc.


At this point the only thing left on their page should be “I AM.” Make sure they’ve crossed out the rest of their self-descriptions, and then say the following:


I want you to look at your page and notice what is left. Once you realize that you are not defined by your name or your family, once you realize your definition is not from what you do at school or what sports you play, once you know that your personality is not what gives you purpose, the only thing left on your page is “I Am.”


This is the name God gives Himself when asked by Moses who He is (See Exodus 3), and He is the reason we have value and purpose and identity. You are loved by the God of the universe, and nothing can take that away.


Romans 1:6 says that “you also are among those who are called to belong to Jesus Christ.” You’re not called to be a soccer star, a comedian, a beauty, a genius, or a celebrity. You are called to belong to Jesus.


That is the Truth about you.


CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes)

Today we will all pray silently on our own. Thank God for loving you. Thank Him for giving you purpose. Thank Him for giving you value. Ask forgiveness for placing value on yourself from some other thing. Finally, ask God to help you see yourself the way He does, and to be content in knowing that you belong to Him.



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