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青少年教程 (约翰福音*第1课) | 耶稣是神


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课程目的

1.为学生提供一个对约翰福音的全面了解

2.以崭新的方式向学生介绍神的永恒儿子耶稣基督

3.激发学生认识耶稣,让祂现在就与他们同住


主题

跟随耶稣,认识耶稣


背诵经文

约翰福音1:14


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(10分钟)

在上课之前,将以下单词写在一些纸上,然后叠起来,在课堂上传出去。每个学生轮流抓阄描述他们抓到的事物,但不说出这个词,也不能用动作或押韵的单词传达他们想说的事物。了解学生在交流方面的效率。


根据需要编写尽可能多的内容。这里有一些例子。


•灯罩

•滑板

•马

•潮汐

•梳子

• 浴缸

•彩虹


课堂起头(10分钟)

一般讨论:

•为什么描述这些事情很困难?(允许学生给出各种回应。)

•你是不是觉得很难想出很有说服力的话?(允许学生给出各种回应。)

•当你想弄清其他人想要说明的内容时,你希望他们能做些什么?(画图,做动作,说押韵的单词等)

•描述一个你从未见过的事物,会更容易还是更难?(难得多。)


在我们今天的学习中,约翰在尝试说耶稣就是神。实际上,正如我们将看到的那样,他在整本书中都在作这件事。正如我们刚刚经历的那样,描述事物并让其听起来合情合理,很难。但是,我们将深入研读,尽最大努力来理解约翰的写作目的。


就像他写的那样,让我们记住一个非常有帮助的事实-约翰实际上与耶稣一起呆过。


深入学习(30分钟)


读 约翰福音1:1-5

讨论问题:

1.本文中列出了两个位格,是什么?(神与道/话。)

2.两者之间是什么关系?(它们永远是一。)

3.神的道/话造了什么?(万物是借着神的道/话造的。)

4.神的话在宇宙中生成了什么力量?(光。)


读 约翰福音1:14, 16-18

讨论问题:

1.根据第14节,道/话做了些什么?(成了肉体,支搭帐幕在我们中间。)

2.第14节中的“我们”是谁?(约翰福音的作者,还有和他同时代的人。)

3.他们看到了什么?(祂的荣耀,正是从父而来独生子的荣耀。)

4.这道/话就是儿子,是从父那里来的-神在肉身。这道/话充满了什么?(恩典与真理/实际。)

5.根据第16节,出于这种丰满,我们得到了什么?(恩上加恩。)

6.已经给予的恩典是什么?(摩西律法。)

7.第18节重复了关于耶稣的什么?(祂就是神。)

8.为什么约翰用对耶稣的描述来开始他的福音?(他后面要讲耶稣的故事,这里他想说明他知道自己在说什么。)


读 约翰福音20:30-31

讨论问题:

1.根据第30节,耶稣做了什么?(“在门徒面前,另外行了许多神迹”)

2.约翰说他的福音书信的目的是什么?(要叫你们信耶稣是基督,是神的儿子;并且叫你们信了,就可以在祂的名里得生命)


当我们开始研读约翰福音时,我们想从这个简单的真理开始-如果耶稣是约翰所说的那一位,那么我们就可以拥有永远的生命,而没有什么比认识我们这位最亲密的朋友更重要的事了。


他从本书的第一章甚至第一节开始就提出了自己的论点。在书的最后,他明确了自己的意图。他的意图与我们今天学习的意图相同。我要你遇见耶稣。我希望你会因着所读到的而信入祂。


约翰的主张很明确:


•他宣称,耶稣是神永恒的道/话。

•他宣称,神借着耶稣基督来到我们中间。

•他宣称,耶稣所作的各种神迹奇事,为着证明祂就是那夕是,今是,以后永是的神。


应用(10分钟)

如果耶稣是神,如果祂曾生活在我们中间,如果祂也在言行上证明了这一点,那么这应该改变我们的生活方式。


(下面的列表是约翰福音中,耶稣或其他人声明祂就是神的相关经节。你可能没时间来看所有的经文,在继续学习之前,可以让学生们读其中的几节。在每节之后,简单地问一下,这些说法是如何表明耶稣与神同等)。


•约翰福音 1:1

•约翰福音 5:18

•约翰福音 8:24

•约翰福音 9:25-38

•约翰福音 10:30-33

•约翰福音 20:28


除了我们刚刚阅读的经文外,约翰在福音书中还使用了8条“我是”的陈述。这种“我是”语言就是传达耶稣自称是神的信息,因为出埃及记3中神自己使用的名字就是“我是”。


•约翰福音 6:35,48(我是生命的粮)

•约翰福音 8:12,9:5(我是世界之光)

•约翰福音 8:58(在亚伯拉罕以前,我就是)

•约翰福音 10:9(我是门)

•约翰福音 10:11(我是好牧人)

•约翰福音 11:25(我是复活,我是生命)

•约翰福音 14:6(我就是道路,真理和生命)

•约翰福音 15:1(我是真葡萄树)


一般讨论:

•约翰坚信耶稣就是神吗?(是的,一点没错。)

•就个人而言,是什么使你相信耶稣就是神?(允许学生分享。)


我们已经确定,约翰宣称耶稣就是神,并居住在我们中间。

一个更紧迫的问题是,祂是否也住在你的里面。


一般讨论:

•耶稣不仅是神,而且是你的神。这对你意味着什么?(这意味着我们相信,降服,并承认,祂在我们生活中的真实存在。)

•相信耶稣和信入耶稣有什么不同?(我们可能会相信关于耶稣的事情,但有可能不相信祂是我们自己的神。)

•如果你还不是信徒,那么什么会让你真正相信?你还需要什么知识或经历什么才能被说服?(允许学生分享并肯定他们的诚实。)


我的祷告是,在我们学习约翰福音时,你将学到看到并经历到耶稣。约翰的目的是让你遇见耶稣,相信祂就是他所说的那一位,然后你能将自己的生命交托给祂。


结束祷告(2分钟)

为你的学生认识,爱并跟随耶稣而祷告。



**** 英文版 *******


Gospel of John

Lesson 1: Jesus is God


LESSON OBJECTIVES
Goals

1. To provide students with an overview understanding of the Gospel of John

2. To introduce students in a fresh way to the God's eternal Son, Jesus Christ

3. To inspire students to get to know Jesus and allow Him to dwell with them now


Topics

Following Jesus, Knowing Jesus


Scripture Memorization

John 1:14

OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

GROUP BUILDING (10 minutes)

Before class, write the following words on some paper and fold them up, to pass out in class. Each student should take a turn describing these items without saying the word on the paper. They are also not allowed to use motions to communicate their item, nor utilize rhyming words. See how effective students are at communicating what they’re trying to reveal.


Write as many as you need. Here are some ideas.


• lamp shade

• skateboard

• horse

• tidal wave

• hairbrush

• bathtub

• rainbow


GETTING STARTED (5 minutes)

General Discussion:

• What made describing those things difficult? (Allow students to respond.)

• Did you ever feel like you couldn’t come up with convincing words? (Allow students to respond.)

• When you were trying to figure out what other people were trying to reveal, what do you wish they would have been able to do? (Draw, do motions, give rhyming words, etc.)

• Would it have been easier or harder to describe something you’d never seen? (Much harder.)


In our study today, John makes an attempt to describe Jesus as God. In fact, he does that during his entire book, as we’ll see. It can be hard to describe stuff and have it make sense, as we just experienced. But we’re going to dig in and do our best to understand John’s purpose in writing.


As he writes, let’s remember one very helpful reality—John actually spent time with Jesus.

DIGGING IN (30 minutes)

Read John 1:1-5

Discussion Questions:

1. There are two beings listed in this text. What are they? (God and the Word.)

2. What seems to be the relationship between the two? (They are eternally the same.)

3. What was made through the Word? (Everything that has been made.)

4. What force does the Word produce in the universe? (Light.)


Read John 1:14, 16-18

Discussion Questions:

1. According to verse 14, what does the Word do? (He became flesh and lived among us.)

2. Who is the “we” in verse 14? (John, the author of this Gospel, and his contemporaries.)

3. What did they see in the Word? (His glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father.)

4. The Word is the Son, who came from the Father—God in the flesh. Of what is the Word full? (Grace and truth.)

5. Out of that fullness, what have we received, according to verse 16? (Grace in place of grace already given.)

6. What grace had already been given? (The Law of Moses.)

7. What claim does verse 18 repeat about Jesus? (That He is God.)

8. Why do you think John opens his Gospel with this description of Jesus? (He is about to tell the story of Jesus and he wants to persuade people that he knows what he is talking about.)


Read John 20:30-31

Discussion Questions:

1. According to verse 30, what did Jesus do? (“many other signs in the presence of his disciples”)

2. What does John say is the purpose of his Gospel? (So that we may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing we may have life.)


As we begin our study of the Gospel of John, we want to start with this simple truth — If Jesus is who John says He is, then we can have life everlasting and nothing else is as important as knowing Him as our closest friend.


He crafts his argument beginning in the first chapter—even the first verses—of his book. And in the end of his book, he makes clear his intentions. His intentions are identical to the intentions of this study. I want you to meet Jesus. And I hope that you would believe in Him as a result of what you see.


John’s claims are clear:


• He claims that Jesus is the Eternal Word of God

• He claims that God, in Jesus Christ, came and lives among us

• He claims that Jesus performs miracles and signs to prove He was (and is) God.

MAKING IT REAL (10 minutes)

If Jesus is God, and if He lived among us, and if He proved it in word and deed, then it should change the way we live.

(You may not have time to review all these texts, but the list that follows are verses from John in which Jesus or someone else claims He is God. Expose students to a few of these before moving on. You might simply ask after each how that claim equates Jesus with God.)

• John 1:1

• John 5:18

• John 8:24 (note: in the original Greek, the pronoun “He” is not included)

• John 9:25-38

• John 10:30-33

• John 20:28

In addition to the verses we just read, John also uses 8 “I AM” Statements in his Gospel. This “I AM” language is meant to communicate that Jesus was claiming to be God, as the name God uses for Himself in Exodus 3 is “I AM.”

• John 6:35, 48 (I am the bread of life)

• John 8:12, 9:5 (I am the light of the world)

• John 8:58 (Before Abraham was, I am)

• John 10:9 (I am the door)

• John 10:11 (I am the good shepherd)

• John 11:25 (I am the resurrection and the life)

• John 14:6 (I am the way, the truth, and the life)

• John 15:1 (I am the true vine)

General Discussion:

• Do you think John is clear in his belief that Jesus is God? (Yes, absolutely.)

• Personally, what is it that convinces you that Jesus is God? (Allow students to share.)

We’ve established that John is making the claim that Jesus is God and dwelt among us.

A more pressing question is whether or not He’s dwelt in you.


General Discussion:

• What does it mean to you that Jesus is not just God, but your God? (It means that we believe, surrender, and acknowledge His presence in our lives.)

• How are believing things about Jesus and believing in Jesus different? (We can believe things about Jesus but never trust Him as our God.)

• If you’re not a believer, what would it take for you to truly believe? What would you need to know or experience to be convinced? (Allow students to share, and affirm their honesty.)

It is my prayer that as we study the Gospel of John you will learn, see, and experience Jesus. John’s purpose was for you to meet Jesus, believe that He is who He said He is, and give your life over to Him.


CLOSING PRAYER (3 minutes)

Pray for your students to meet, love, and follow Jesus.


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