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青少年教程 (真相/真理系列2*第3课) | 权柄的真相

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. 向学生揭示关于权柄的圣经真理

  2. 帮助学生理解为什么应该尊重权柄

  3. 给予他们对尊重权柄的实际洞察


主题

指导,抱怨,带领,尊重,服从,真实


背诵经文

希伯来书13:17a


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(15分钟)


课堂起头(10分钟)

• 你们中有多少人喜欢被告知该做什么或喜欢有人对你有权柄?

• 为什么我们不喜欢权威人物?

• 你们有哪些与权威人物相处困难的例子?

• 权威人物与我们的“谁在带领谁?”游戏有什么相似之处?


有时候接受某人对你有权柄是很困难的。有时候感觉他们在滥用权力,这很难让人接受。但没有人是例外。即使美国总统也要对国会、美国人民和最高法院负责。你有父母、老师、教练和教堂里的成年人对你有权柄。


神有最终的权柄,祂关于尊重权柄有很多话要说。


深入学习(30分钟)


问题讨论:

1.你们这个年龄的人很难尊重权柄吗?为什么/为什么不?

2.你们对尊重权柄有什么要求?


有时候我们要求别人尊重我们,然后我们才回报那种尊重。虽然这很常见也很容易理解,

但并不一定正确。父母、老师或其他权威人物,他们在各自的工作中也许不擅长(或者至少你可能这么认为),但圣经说我们仍然应该尊重他们。


我们的政府可能不支持“基督教”,但我们仍然应该尊重那些不违背基督的法律。


尊重不是等待某人证明自己之后才给予的;这是神命令你给予某些人的。


A. 尊重政府

圣经明确提到了尊重我们的政府。


读 罗马书13:1和彼得前书2:13

问题讨论:

1.你认为人们非常尊重政府吗?

2.尊重政府,包括遵守其规定吗?

3.如果要尊重法律,应该只遵守自己喜欢的法律还是所有法律?

4.你必须同意政府才能尊重它吗?

5.这些经文声称政府的权柄来自哪里?

6.对于一个十几岁的孩子来说,尊重政府是什么样子的?


B. 尊重父母

没错,我们应该尊重我们的父母。


读 以弗所书6:1-2和提摩太后书3:2

问题讨论:

1.这些经文对尊重/尊敬父母有什么说法?

2.为什么有时候很难尊重他们?

3.如果父母要求你违背神的旨意,还应该尊重他们吗?你应该听从他们吗?


我们可以开玩笑地谈论青少年的困境,但对有些人来说,这不是玩笑。有些人可能有被父母虐待,甚至抛弃。对他们来说,尊重可能是对父母最困难的感情。但尊重父母的命令仍然在那。


C. 尊重教会带领者

教会带领者也对我们有权柄。


读 希伯来书13:17

问题讨论:

1.这节经文讨论了什么样的带领者?

2.你尊重你的教会带领者吗?

3.你认为尊重这些人很重要吗?

4.如果不尊重他们会给他们带来什么负担?

5.如果你不服从他们会有什么影响?

6. 尊重你的青年聚会带领者、志愿者或教会的其他带领者意味着什么?


尊重是一个不容易得到的东西。人们很难接受别人对自己有权柄的事实。但正如你所看到的,圣经清楚地指出尊重权柄是重要的——这是神要求我们做的正确之事。


应用(15分钟)

你们中有些人比其他人更不知尊重。但我们所有人面临的挑战是一样的——我们需要尊重那些对我们有权柄的人。你们中有些人首先需要悔改自己的不尊重行为。


为了完成这节课,让班级安静地完成以下活动。


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活动 | 多少尊重?


请根据你现在的情况回答以下问题。

• 你认为你有多尊重,按照从一到十的评分?(1表示完全不尊重。10表示非常尊重)

• 哪个群体对你来说最难以尊重? 政府/父母/教会带领者

• 还有其他你应该尊重的权柄吗? 是谁?

• 如果你是一个完全知道尊重的人,你会怎么说,如何做?

• 你需要做什么来更加表示尊重?

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结束祷告(2分钟)

让我们分成小组,彼此坦诚在尊重方面的挣扎。然后,作为一个团体,让我们祈祷,让我们都能更加尊重,正如神所期望的。



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Truth or Dare (Part 2)

Lesson 3: The Truth About Authority


LESSON OBJECTIVESGoals

1. To expose students to the Scriptural truth about authority

2. To help the students understand why authority should be respected

3. To give them practical insight into respecting authority


Topics

Guidance, Grumbling, Leadership, Respect, Submission, Truthfulness


Scripture Memorization

Hebrews 13:17a


OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes) 


GROUP BUILDING (15 minutes)   

Who Is Leading Whom? (Game) Click here 


GETTING STARTED (10 minutes)

• How many of you like being told what to do or someone having authority over you?

• Why is it that we don’t like authority figures?

• Who are some examples of authority figures with whom you have difficulty getting along?

• How are authority figures similar to our game of “Who Is Leading Whom?”


It can sometimes be hard to accept that someone has authority over you. Sometimes it feels like they are abusing their authority, and it can be hard to take. But no one is exempt. Even the President of the United States answers to Congress, the American people, and the Supreme Court. You have parents, teachers, coaches, and grown-ups at church who have the authority over you.


God is the ultimate authority, and He has plenty to say about respecting authority. 


DIGGING IN (25 minutes)

Discussion Questions:

1. Do you think people your age have a hard time respecting authority? Why/why not?

2. What does it take for you to respect authority?


Sometimes we demand respect from someone before we’ll return that respect. While this is common and easy to understand, it’s not necessarily right. You may have parents, teachers, or other authority figures who are not good at their respective jobs (or at least you might feel that way) but the Bible says that we should still respect them.


Our government might not be “Christian,” but we should still respect the laws that don’t cause us to deny Christ.


Respect isn’t something you wait to give until someone proves themselves; it’s something you’re commanded by God to give certain people.


A. RESPECT GOVERNMENT

One of the things the Bible is clear about is respecting our government.


Read Romans 13:1 and 1 Peter 2:13

Discussion Questions:

1. Do you think people respect government very much?

2. Do you think part of respecting government is following its rules?

3. Should you only obey the laws you like or all of them if you’re going to respect the law?

4. Do you have to agree with a government to respect it?

5. Where do these passages claim the government’s authority originates?

6. What do you think respecting the government looks like for a teenager?


B. RESPECT PARENTS

That’s right, we’re supposed to respect our parents.


Read Ephesians 6:1-2 and 2 Timothy 3:2

Discussion Questions:

1. What do these passages say about respecting/honoring your parents?

2. Why is hard sometimes to respect them?

3. Do you think you should respect your parents if they ask you to disobey God? Should you obey them?


We can joke around about the trials of a teenager, but for some of you, it’s no joke. Some of us here may have abusive parents, or maybe our parents have abandoned us. For some of you, respect may be the most difficult feeling you can produce when concerning your parents. But that doesn’t exclude you. The command to respect your parents remains. 


C. RESPECT CHURCH LEADERS

Our church leaders have authority over us as well.


Read Hebrews 13:17

Discussion Questions:

1. What kind of leaders does this passage discuss?

2. Do you respect your church leaders?

3. Why do you think it would be important to respect these people?

4. How could not respecting them be a burden to them?

5. What would be the impact if you did not submit to them?

6. What does this look like practically? What does it mean to respect your youth minister, a volunteer, or other leaders at your church?


Respect is a hard thing to come by. People have a hard time accepting the fact that people have authority over them. But, as you can see, the Bible is clear that respecting authority is important—it’s demanded of us by God as the right thing to do. 


MAKING IT REAL (15 minutes)

Some of you are more disrespectful than others. But the challenge for all of us is the same—we need to respect those who have authority over us. Some of you need to repent of your disrespectfulness first.


To complete this lesson, have the class quietly complete the following workbook activity.

Workbook  Activity 

How Much Respect?

Please answer the following questions according to where you are at right now. 

• How respectful do you think you are, on a scale from one to ten?  (1 equals not at all respectful. 10 equals   very respectful)     1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10• Which group is the most difficult for you to respect?    Government    Parents    Church Leaders• Is there another authority who you should respect?  Who? ________________________• What would you say and how would you act if you were a completely respectful person? What would you say,  do, etc.?   _____________________________________________________________________________• What do you need to do to be more respectful?  _____________________________________________________________________________


CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes)

Let's get into smaller groups, and confess to one another our struggles regarding respect. Then, as a group, pray that we can all be more respectful as God wants us to be.



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