top of page
Search
  • 羊之门-编译组

青少年教程 (马可福音*第6课) | 谁为大?


​编者按
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.通过马可福音的概述来教育学生

2.向学生展示“为大”的真谛——它源于谦卑

3.鼓励学生像耶稣一样生活——谦卑且服事他人


主题

态度、辨别、跟随耶稣、施舍、谦卑、骄傲、牺牲、事奉


背诵经文

马可福音10:45


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(10分钟)



课堂起头(10分钟)

• 什么会使我们认为某人比另一个人更棒?(更大、更快、更强、更富有、更有经验等等)

• 当我们说某人是最棒的时候,他们通常在什么方面“棒”?(体育、学校、比赛等等)

• 你曾经被认为在某方面是最棒的吗?是什么?(赢得了科学竞赛、赢得了比赛,或者考试得了高分...任何事都可以。)


深入学习(20分钟)


我们今天要读的马可福音谈到了如何为大。它所说的可能会让你感到惊讶。


读 马可福音9:33-35

问题讨论:

1.耶稣在第33节中提出了什么问题?(“你们在争论什么?”)

2.根据第34节,这个问题的答案是什么?(关于谁为大)

3.他们争论的是什么?(谁在医治、赶鬼、忠诚等方面为大)

4.你认为门徒想以什么方式成为大的?(可能是在他们之间建立某种等级制度)

5.耶稣对他们要成为大的愿望有什么回应?请参阅第35节。(若有人想要作首先的,他必作众人末后的,作众人的仆役。)

6.这与你对伟大的想法矛盾吗?


然后,耶稣进行了一个小小的实物短讲。让我们看看祂说了什么。


读 马可福音9:36-37

问题讨论:

1.耶稣用谁作门徒的榜样?(一个小孩)

2.小孩有哪些特点展示了耶稣所说的话?(信任、谦卑、不关心社会地位等等)


应用(20分钟)

耶稣用一个孩子的例子来说明什么是为大。


一般讨论:

• 世界告诉我们如何为大?(取得成就、赚钱、成长)

• 这与耶稣所举的例子相悖吗?(完全相反)

• 对于“第一要成为最后”的话,在你的世界里意味着什么?(谦卑,不争取成就,而是善良等等)

• 耶稣是如何用自己的生活来示范这个观念的?(祂没有房子,没有固定收入,总是在事奉他人等等)


耶稣的信息是,通过成为仆人来为大。祂通过自己的整个生活来展示这一点,因为祂为其他人牺牲了自己的性命,并通过洗脚的方式为我们树立了事奉的榜样。我们的职责是使自己成为最低——在我们的思想和现实中都如此,以事奉主。


通常,我们认为“表现得像个孩子”是一件坏事。有趣的是,在亚拉姆语中,“孩子”和“仆人”的词是相同的。今天的挑战是变得像个孩子。为了帮助你记住,让我们玩一个小游戏。


选择一个幼稚的游戏来玩,例如“七个头撞上去”、“鸭鸭鹅”或其他类似的游戏。花点时间玩一会儿。尽情体验一下童真。然后一起反思这次的经历。


一般讨论:

• 你小时候最喜欢的记忆是什么?

• 你还经常感觉自己像个孩子吗?

• 过上童心未泯的生活如何能使你为大?


读 马可福音10:43-45

问题讨论:

1.耶稣在与谁交谈?(雅各和约翰)

2.耶稣说要为大就必须像谁一样?(一个仆人)

3.祂说谁是这个的榜样?(人子,即耶稣)

4.耶稣来的目的是什么?(不是要受人的服事,乃是要服事人,并且要舍命,作多人的赎价)


耶稣的生活和死是我们应该效仿的榜样。如果你想为大,就开始去服事。


结束祷告(5-10分钟)


为学生祷告,希望他们不再过分关注如何为大,而更关注拥有一颗仆人的心。


**** 英文版 *******


The Ministry of Jesus According to Mark

Lesson 6: Who is the Greatest?

LESSON OBJECTIVES

Goals

1. To educate students with an overview of Mark’s gospel 2. To show students the truth of greatness—that it comes from humility 3. To inspire students to live like Jesus—humble and centered around others


Topics

Attitude, Discernment, Following Jesus, Giving, Humility, Pride, Sacrifice, Serving

Scripture Memorization

Mark 10:45

OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

GROUP BUILDING (10 minutes)

Claim to Fame (Game) Click here

GETTING STARTED (10 minutes)

General Discussion: • What causes us to consider someone greater than another person? (Bigger, faster, stronger, richer, more experienced, etc.) • When we say someone is the greatest, at what are they generally “great”? (Sports, school, winning, etc.) • Have you ever been considered the greatest at anything? What was it? (Won a science fair, a race, or aced a test…anything goes.)

DIGGING IN (20 minutes)

The passage of Mark we’re going to look at today talks about how to be the greatest. What it says may surprise you. Read Mark 9:33-35

Discussion Questions: 1. What is Jesus’ question in verse 33? (“What were you arguing about?”) 2. What is the answer to that question according to verse 34? (about who was the greatest) 3. About what were they arguing? (Who was the greatest at healing, casting out demons, faithfulness, etc.) 4. In what way do you think the disciples wanted to be the greatest? (perhaps some sort of hierarchy among themselves) 5. What is Jesus’ response to their desire to be great? See verse 35. (Anyone who wants to be first must be last; and servant of all) 6. How does that seem to contradict the idea of greatness to you?

Jesus then performs a little object lesson. Let’s see what He says. Read Mark 9:36-37

Discussion Questions: 1. Who does Jesus use as an example for the disciples? (a child) 2. What characteristics do children have that communicate what Jesus says? (trusting, humility, unconcerned with social status, etc.)

MAKING IT REAL (20 minutes)

Jesus uses the example of a child to illustrate greatness.


General Discussion: • How does the world tell us to be the greatest? (achieve, earn, grow) • How does that philosophy fly in the face of the example Jesus gives? (it is the exact opposite) • What does it mean in your world for the “first to be last”? (to be humble, not to strive for achievement but goodness, etc.) • How did Jesus model this idea with His own life? (he didn’t own a home, he didn’t have an income, he was always serving others, etc.)


Jesus' message of being great was by becoming a servant. He displayed this with His whole life as He sacrificed His own life for other people, and gave us an example of service by washing feet. It is our duty to make ourselves the lowest--in our minds and in reality, to serve the master.


Often we think of “acting childish” as a bad thing. Interestingly, the word for “child” and “servant” are the same in Aramaic. The challenge for you to day is to be childish. To help you remember, let’s play a little game.


(Pick a childish game to play--Heads Up 7 Up, Duck Duck Goose, or something else similar. Take some time. Play for a while. Just let the childish-ness of it sink in. Then reflect on the experience together.) General Discussion: • What was your favorite memory of being a child? • How often do you still feel like a child? • How can leading a child-like life make you great? Read Mark 10:43-45

Discussion Questions: 1. Who is Jesus talking to here? (James and John) 2. Jesus states that someone who wants to be great must be like whom? (a servant) 3. Who does He say is an example of this? (The Son of Man, aka Jesus) 4. Jesus came for what purpose? (to serve, and give His life as a ransom)


Jesus’ life—and death—serve as an example of what we should be like in our lives. If you want to become great, start serving.

CLOSING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

Pray that your students focus less on being the greatest and more on having a heart of a servant.

*****************

© 2019-2023 Kids Sunday School Place, Inc.

Used by permission: www.kidssundayschool.com 中文 © 2019-2023 羊之门 All rights reserved.

123 views0 comments

Comments


bottom of page