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青少年教程 (真相/真理系列*第6课) | 言语的真相

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.让学生看到到言语的重要性

2.读圣经明白闲话是一种罪

3. 鼓励学生控制自己的舌头


主题

辨别、谦卑、影响、纯洁、名誉、责任


背诵经文

雅各书1:26


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(15分钟)

(舌头可以玩很多小游戏。尝试以下的游戏或其他知道的游戏。)


1.谁能把舌头碰到鼻子?(让每个人都试试。)

2.有人能折叠舌头吗?谁能折叠得最多?(我见过一些人能把舌头弯成各种角度。)


我们可以用舌头做一些看起来很傻的事。但圣经谈到我们的舌头时,却不是有趣的游戏。


课堂起头(10分钟)

我们使用舌头的几种方式需要加以反省检查。你可以想象,都与言语有关。今天,我们要谈论言语的真相。


一般讨论:

• 我们的言语有哪些消极用途?(允许学生举出几个例子,如闲话、撒谎、粗话等。)

• 你在生活中有没有经历过伤人的言语?


你已经开始意识到舌头是严肃的事情,与我们的灵性生活有重要关系。下面,让我们深入探讨一下。


深入学习(30分钟)


读 雅各书1:26

问题讨论:

1.这段经文对于舌头和我们控制它的能力有何说法?(不加控制会使我们的信仰变得无价值。)


让我们再看一个更加严厉的经文。

读 雅各书3:5-8

问题讨论:

这段经文对于舌头有何说法?


让我们首先谈谈闲话。

一般讨论:

• 你如何定义闲话?

• 你喜欢别人说你闲话吗?

• 在我们继续之前,先对自己诚实——你有多爱说闲话?


有些人认为只有女孩会说闲话。其他人不知道自己有时也是可怕的闲话者。大多数人可能不知道,在圣经中,闲话是受到谴责的。


(让几个学生各自查找以下经文的一段。在每个学生读完一段经文后,讨论以下问题。)

箴言11:13

箴言16:28

箴言18:8

箴言20:19

箴言26:20

箴言26:22

哥林多后书12:20


问题讨论:

1.你认为这些经文对于闲话有何说法?(远离那些说闲话的人,等等。)

2.我们应该参与闲话吗?为什么?(不应该,因为会引起冲突,闹矛盾等。)


一般讨论:

• 在说话之前你是否考虑使用的词语?

• 言语可以说明说话人什么?

• 你是否经历过闲话在你生活中的影响?(允许讨论。如果需要启动讨论,分享一次闲话使你与朋友分开的经历。谁知道呢,也许你的团队内部正存在这类问题,这可能是一个治愈的机会。)


闲话并不是我们的言语会伤害他人和犯罪的唯一方式。我们还需要谈谈语言选择。


(让学生查找以下经文)

箴言12:18

歌罗西书3:8

罗马书3:12-14


问题讨论:

1.这些经文对于我们的言语有何说法?

2.一个基督徒应该使用污秽的语言吗?为什么?

3. 箴言说我们的“浮躁之言”就像一把刀。这对你意味着什么?

4.基督徒还有其他不该说的话吗?是什么?


作为耶稣的信徒,我们不应该说闲话,应该知道我们的言语是严肃的,不应该使用污秽的语言,也不要轻视我们的言语对他人的影响。此外,圣经还建议要注意我们说话的多少。


(读以下经文。这可能是最令人害怕的一组!)

箴言10:19

传道书5:2

传道书6:11


问题讨论:

1.这些经文对我们的言语有何说法?

2.我们说话多少为什么重要?


再读 雅各书3:5

问题讨论:

1.这句话如何总结了我们对言语和舌头的讨论。(正如我们所学到的,言语承载着很多重量。)


应用(10分钟)

事实上,控制舌头是我们应该非常认真对待的责任。恶言、污言秽语和闲话都是受谴责的。我们大概都经历过舌头失控的时刻。有些话我们根本不该说。我们知道这一点。但是,也有一些方法可以让我们积极正面地使用言语。


读 箴言12:18和箴言16:21

问题讨论:

1.我们有哪些方式可以积极正面地使用言语?(赞美、鼓励等。)

2.如果言语可以用于善恶之间,显然正确使用言语是为善。你们可能都有需要改正的说话习惯。考虑一下你使用的言语:


你是否会使用污秽的语言?

你是否会咒骂或使用其他令人反感的语言?

你是否说了一些关于他人的不实之词?

你是否泄露了别人不愿意分享的秘密?

你是否会侮辱他人或对他人表现出仇恨?


如果对任何问题的答案是“是”,你需要确保检查如何使用你的言语,并祈求神帮助你克服这些习惯。


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活动 | 考虑你的言语

分发一些纸和笔。鼓励学生写下他们在言语方面的最大挣扎。也许他们经常撒谎或使用污言秽语。也许他们经常说闲话或咒骂。让他们写下自己的困扰并折叠起来。让他们知道没有人会看到他们写的内容。

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结束祷告(2分钟)

我们将为你刚刚写下的挣扎祷告。把纸传给你右边的人。你的同学不会看到你的挣扎,但他/她会为你祷告。当你从左边的某人那里收到一张纸时,只需把纸放在你的双手之间,然后祷告。祈求神赐予你的同学智慧,让他们知道如何使用言语,克服纸上写下的困难,并赐予他鼓励。



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Truth or Dare (Part 2)

Lesson 6: The Truth About Words


LESSON OBJECTIVESGoals

1. To convince students that their words matter

2. To illustrate from the Scriptures that gossip is a sin

3. To motivate students to control their tongues


Topics

Discernment, Humility, Influence, Purity, Reputation, Responsibility


Scripture Memorization

James 1:26


OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes) 


GROUP BUILDING (15 minutes)

(Start out with some mindless fun. Lots of little games can be played with the tongue. Try out these or another you already know.)


1.Who can touch their tongue to their nose? (Make everyone try.)

2.Can anyone fold his or her tongue? Who can make the most folds? (I’ve seen some people who can make several angles in their tongues)


We can do some pretty silly stuff with our tongues. But when the Bible talks about our tongue, it’s not fun and games.


GETTING STARTED (10 minutes)

There are a few ways that we use our tongues that we need to examine. As you can imagine, they all have to do with words. Today, we’re going to talk about the truth about words.


General Discussion:

• What are some negative uses of our words? (Allow students to come up with several examples, such as gossip, lying, filthy language, etc.)

• Have you experienced hurtful words in your life?


You’re beginning to get the idea that a tongue is serious business, and it is related to our spiritual lives in a significant way. Let’s go deeper and see how.


DIGGING IN (30 minutes)

Read James 1:26

Discussion Question:

1. What does this passage say about the tongue and our ability to control it? (To not control it makes our religion worthless.)


Let's look at an even more condemming Scripture.


Read James 3:5-8

Discussion Question:

1. What does that passage say about the tongue?


Let’s talk about gossip first.

General Discussion:

• How would you define gossip?

• Do you like it when people gossip about you?

• Be honest with yourself before we continue—how much do you gossip?


Some people think only girls gossip. Others don’t realize that they are also horrible gossips. Most people don’t understand that gossiping is condemned in Scripture.


(Have several students look up one of the following passages. After each student has read a Scripture, ask the discussion questions below.)


Proverbs 11:13

Proverbs 16:28

Proverbs 18:8

Proverbs 20:19

Proverbs 26:20

Proverbs 26:22

2 Corinthians 12:20


Discussion Questions:

1. What do you think these Scriptures say about gossip? (Avoid those who gossip, etc.) 

2. Should we participate in gossip? Why or why not? (No, because it causes strife, separates friends, etc.)


General Discussion:

•  Do you ever consider the words you use before you use them?

•  What do you think words can say about a person?

•  Have you ever experienced the affects of gossip in your life? (Allow for discussion. If you need to get them started, share a time when gossip separated you from a friend. Who knows, there might even be issues within your group and this could be an opportunity for healing.)


Gossip isn’t the only way our words can hurt others or be sinful. We also need to talk about our language choices, too.


(Have students look up one of the following passages.)


Proverbs 12:18

Colossians 3:8

Romans 3:12-14


Discussion Questions:

1. What do these passages say about our words?

2. Should a Christian use filthy language? Why or why not?

3. Proverbs says our “reckless words” are a like a sword. What does that mean to you?

4. Are there other things a Christian should never say?  What?


We as believers in Jesus should not gossip. We should know that our words are serious, that we shouldn’t use filthy language, or take lightly the impact of what we say on others. In addition, the Bible also advises us to monitor the quantity of our words.


(Divide up the following set of Scriptures. This might be the most scary set of all!)


Proverbs 10:19

Ecclesiastes 5:2

Ecclesiastes 6:11


Discussion Questions:

1. What do these Scriptures say about our words?

2. Why do you think the amount of words we use matters?  


 Read James 3:5 (again)

Discussion Question:

1. How does this summarize our discussion of words and the tongue. (As we studied, words carry a lot of weight.)


MAKING IT REAL (10 minutes)

The truth is, controlling our tongues is a responsibility we should take very seriously. Hateful words, filthy words, and gossip are all condemned. We have all probably experienced one form of an uncontrolled tongue at some point. There are things we should just never say. I think we know that. However, there are some ways that we can use our words positively. When we do that, they have just as much power.


Read Proverbs 12:18 and Proverbs 16:21

Discussion Question:

1. What are some ways we can use our words for good? (Compliments, encouragement, etc.)


If words can be used for good or bad, it is obvious that the right way to use our words is for good. You probably all have word habits that you need to fix.


Consider the words you use:

Do you use filthy language?

Do you swear or use other offensive language?

Do you say things about others that are not true?

Do you share secrets about others that they would not want you to share?

Do you insult others or act hatefully towards others?


If the answer is “yes” to any of these, you need to be sure you examine how you use your words and pray that God will help you overcome those habits.

Workbook  Activity 

Consider your words.

Pass out some paper and pens. Encourage students to write down the greatest struggle they have with words. Perhaps they lie a lot or use dirty language. Maybe they’re gossips or cuss a lot. Have them write down their struggle and fold it up. Let them know that no one else will see what they wrote.

CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes)

We’re going to pray over these struggles you’ve just written. Pass your paper to the person on yourright. Your classmate won’t see your struggle, but he or she will pray for you. As you receive a piece of paper from someone on your left, just hold your classmate’s paper between your hands and pray. Pray that God gives your classmate the wisdom of how to use words, the strength to overcome the struggle written on the paper, and the encouragement to do so.


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