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青少年教程 (马可福音*第10课) | 故事以你结束


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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。
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课程目的

1.回顾马可福音

2.强调耶稣复活的重要性

3.激励学生恐惧战兢地过救恩的生活


主题

使徒,信仰,传福音,敬畏神,复活,救恩


背诵经文

马可福音16:16


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(10分钟)


请学生站成一个大圈。解释每个人都将有机会为即将开始的故事添砖加瓦。使用一双卷成一团的袜子来表示轮到谁讲话。


开始故事,然后将卷起的袜子传给你右边的人。接下来的人有机会为故事添加内容,也可以选择不添加,然后将卷起的袜子传递给他/她右边的人。故事在袜子回到老师手中时结束。


讨论如果每个人都参与或都不参与讲故事,故事可能会有什么不同。如果没有人参与,会发生什么?


课堂起头(5分钟)

这是我们学习马可福音的最后一课。在深入研读第16章之前,让我们回顾一下到目前为止所学的内容。


• 马可福音着重于耶稣事工和牺牲

• 第一本写成的福音书

• 马可福音省略了对外邦人不重要的那些事,如基督的家谱,应验的预言,对律法的引用以及一些犹太风俗

• 马可福音独有的词语,"euthus"或"立刻",被使用了40次

• 神迹占主导地位(显示基督的怜悯),共有18个

• 关键经文:马可福音10:43-45;马可福音8:34-37

• 对基督有简洁和快速的视角

• 书中40%的内容集中在基督生命的最后8天


一般讨论:

1.马可至此说的最重要的事是什么?

2.在结尾处他可能会添加什么更重要的内容吗?


深入学习(30分钟)

今天我们将结束对马可福音的研读。这里最后说的话是整个福音书中最重要的内容之一。


在我们进入马可福音16章之前,先来看哥林多前书。


读 哥林多前书15:12-14

问题讨论:

1.这段经文讲述了什么?(耶稣的复活)

2.这段经文对复活的重要性赋予了什么意义?(非常重要)

3.马可在何时谈到了复活?(我们还没有读到)


这引导我们来看马可福音的最后几句,请翻到马可福音16章。


读 马可福音16:1-8

有趣的是,这个故事涉及三个妇女。这事实本身就表明了这个文本的真实性。在希腊罗马文化中,妇女与男性并不平等。因此,早期的教会不会编造发现墓穴的人是女人这样的故事。


问题讨论:

1.妇人们遇到了谁?(一个年轻人/天使)

2.妇人们的反应是什么?(害怕)

3.一旦看到空坟墓,她们的反应有何变化?(她们感到恐惧)

4.这是否是你预期的反应?为什么/为什么不?

5.为什么这些妇女感到害怕?(她们可能认为她们被监视或耶稣的尸体被偷了。)


读 马可福音16:9-20

(注意:大多数圣经文献都说这些经文不包括在马可福音最早的手稿中。在这里,我们不是为了解决这个文本问题,而是像研读其他经文一样研读这段经文。)


问题讨论:

1.什么让马利亚最终相信了?(耶稣向她显现)

2.她的反应是什么?(传扬耶稣复活的消息)

3.人们是否相信耶稣告诉他们的事情会发生?(不相信)

4.你是否有时也难以相信圣经所说的某些事是真实的?能举例吗?

5.第15-18节与马太福音28:18-20中的大使命非常相似。但又有什么不同?(蛇的处理和喝毒药)

6.为什么包括了这些事情?(不确定,但它们都表明了神在耶稣复活的光中的大能)


马可在结尾没有特别强调耶稣回来的重要性,这表明基督教信仰并不依赖于神迹,甚至不依赖于复活主的显现。相反,焦点一直是耶稣的事工,而这事工现在已经完成了。最重要的是祂复活了。


应用(10分钟)


马可挑战他那个时代的门徒(他最初的听众)在当下和未来为主活着并作见证。他也在挑战我们做同样的事情。


一般讨论:

1.马可的信息,特别是结尾,对你的生活有何影响?

2.你认为相信某事和实践某事的人之间有区别吗?

3.区别是什么?


耶稣已经从死里复活。这让妇女感到害怕。如果你真正相信这一点,它应该会影响你生活的方方面面。


读 腓立比书2:12-13

问题讨论:

1.这些经文告诉我们该如何生活?(当恐惧战兢)

2.这与我们之前阅读的马可福音16章的内容有什么关联?(我们的生活也应受到耶稣从死里复活这一事件的巨大影响)

3.我们活着究竟是按照谁的旨意和计划?(神的)


记住,我们不是属于自己的。最早的门徒意识到了这一点,受到耶稣从死里复活的启发,他们改变了世界。想象一下,如果你有相同的心态,你可以做些什么!让我们祈祷可以拥有相同的态度,神也能使用我们。


结束祷告(2分钟)

为学生祷告,愿他们能恐惧战兢地活出自己的救恩。



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The Ministry of Jesus According to Mark Lesson 10: The Story Ends With You LESSON OBJECTIVES Goals 1. To review our study of Mark together 2. To emphasize the importance of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead 3. To inspire students to live out their salvation with fear and trembling

Topics Apostles, Believing, Evangelism, Fearing God, Resurrection, Salvation

Scripture Memorization Mark 16:16 OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes) GROUP BUILDING (7 minutes) Have the students stand in a large circle. Explain that each of them will have an opportunity to add to the story that you will start. Use a pair of rolled up socks to signify whose turn it is to speak.

Start the story and then pass the rolled up socks to the person on your right. The next person has the opportunity to add to the story or not, then pass the rolled up socks to the person to his or her right. The story ends when the socks make it back to the teacher.

Discuss how the story may have been different if everyone had, or had not, took part in telling the story. What would have happened if no one participated? GETTING STARTED (5 minutes) This is the last lesson in our study of Mark. Before we dive in to chapter 16, let’s review what we have covered so far.

• The book of Mark focuses on Jesus’ service and sacrifice • First Gospel written • Omitted unimportant things to Gentiles like genealogy of Christ, fulfilled prophesy, references to the Law, and some Jewish customs • Distinctive word of Mark’s gospel, euthus or immediately, which was used 40 times • Miracles are predominant (show Christ’s compassion) 18 of them • Key verses: Mark 10:43-45; Mark 8:34-37 • Gives a crisp and fast moving look at Christ • 40% of the book focuses on the last 8 days of Christ’s life • The “Sports Center” gospel- focuses on the highlights General Discussion: 1. What do you think is the most important thing that Mark has said so far? 2. What could he possibly add, here at the end, that is more important? DIGGING IN (30 minutes) Today we are going to finish our study of the book of Mark. The last things that are said are some of the most important things in the entire Gospel. Before we get to Mark, turn to 1 Corinthians. Read 1 Corinthians 15:12-14 Discussion Questions: 1. What is this passage about? (The resurrection of Jesus) 2. What importance does this scripture put on the resurrection? (High importance) 3. When have we heard Mark talk about the resurrection? (We haven’t yet)

That leads us to the last words of Mark, so turn to Mark 16. Read Mark 16:1-8 It is interesting that this story contains three women. This alone speaks to the validity of the text. In Greco-Roman culture, women were not equal to men. Therefore, the early church would not have made up this story and made the people who found the grave be women.

Discussion Questions: 1. Whom do the women encounter? (A young man/angel) 2. What were the women’s reaction? (Fear) 3. How did their reaction change once they saw the empty tomb? (They were terrified) 4. Is this the reaction you expected? Why/why not? 5. Why do you think the women were afraid? (They may have thought they were being watched or that Jesus' body had been stolen.) Read Mark 16:9-20

(Note to Teacher: most Bibles document that these verses are not included in the earliest manuscripts of the gospel of Mark. We are not here to settle that textual question and will study these verses just like the others.) Discussion Questions: 1. What causes Mary to finally believe? (Jesus comes to her) 2. What is her reaction? (To go spread the news of Jesus’ resurrection) 3. Did people believe what Jesus told them would happen? (No) 4. Do you ever have trouble believing that something the Bible says is true? Can you provide eamples? 5. Verses 15-18 are much like the Great Commission from Matthew 28:18-20. What is different here? (Snake handling and poison drinking) 6. Why do you think those things are included? (Not sure, but they both indicate God’s power in light of Jesus’ resurrection)

By ending without a lot of importance shown to Jesus’ return to earth, Mark shows us that the Christian faith is not dependent upon signs and miracles, or even appearances from the risen Lord. Instead, his focus has been Jesus’ ministry, which is now complete. The big ending was the fact that He rose from the dead. MAKING IT REAL (10 minutes) What if that isn’t the end? Mark challenged the disciples of his day (his original audience) to live and witness for the Lord in the present and in the future. He challenges us to do the same. General Discussion: 1. How does the message of Mark, particularly the way it ends, impact your life? 2. Do you think there is a difference between a person who believes something and lives out something? 3. What is the difference? Jesus has risen from the dead. That caused the women to shake with fright. If you truly believe this, it should affect all aspects of your life. Read Philippians 2:12-13 Discussion Questions: 1. How do these verses say we should live our lives? (With fear and trembling) 2. How does this connect with the Mark 16 passage we read earlier? (Our lives should also be dramatically impacted by the fact that Jesus rose from the dead) 3. Whose plan and purpose is it that we are living anyway? (God’s) Remember, we are not our own. The earliest disciples realized this, and moved by the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, they changed the world. Imagine what you could do if you had the same frame of mind!Let’s pray that we can have the same kind of attitude and God can use us in the same way. CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes) Pray for your students to live out their salvation with fear and trembling.


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