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青少年教程 (马可福音*第7课) | 奉献一切


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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。
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课程目的

1.学习马可所述的富少年的故事

2.帮助学生理解,虽然跟随耶稣是难的,但是值得的

3.勉励学生找到他们的“一件事”,放弃它来跟随耶稣


主题

问责、选择、辨别、永远的生命、跟随耶稣、天国、坚忍、自我控制


背诵经文

马可福音10:31


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(10分钟)


玩“餐巾纸塞嘴”。希望没有人真的会呛到。邀请几名学生把展开的纸餐巾纸放在舌头的尖端(应该会粘住)。当你说开始时,看看哪个人可以只用舌头就将整个餐巾纸塞进嘴里。


课堂起头(10分钟)

一般讨论:

• 你曾经收到过的最酷的礼物是什么?

• 你曾经收到过的最昂贵的礼物是什么?

• 礼物的价格如何改变礼物的价值?

• 为什么我们愿意放弃成本很低的东西,但不愿放弃成本很高的东西?


今天我们要讨论的是为了跟随耶稣而放弃一切。让我们开始吧!


深入学习(25分钟)


请分成三个小组。为每个小组分配一段经文。


马可福音10:17-21

马可福音10:22-27

马可福音10:28-31


给每个小组一些时间来研读他们的经文。当完成后,他们要能够说出他们的经文中发生了什么。给他们时间来研读,并要求每个小组进行摘要。然后,继续下面的问题。


问题讨论:


1.这段经文开始于什么问题?(我该作什么,才可以承受永远的生命?)

2.耶稣是如何回答的?(列出诫命)

3.提问的人声称已经遵守了所有的诫命。你认为这是真的吗?为什么?

4.根据耶稣的说法,这个人还缺少什么?(他拥有太多的东西,不能真正跟随耶稣)

5.在第22节,这个人的反应是什么?(面显愁容,忧忧郁郁的走了)

6.根据耶稣在第23节中的说法,富人进天国容易还是难?(难)

7.在第24节中,门徒们的反应是什么?(他们因祂的话而希奇)

8.什么比富人进天国更容易?(骆驼从针眼中穿过)

9.第26节,门徒问谁能得救。耶稣如何回答?(在神,凡事都能)

10.所以,富人能承受永生吗?(能的)

11.彼得在第28节中宣称什么?(他们已经撇下所有的跟从了主)

12.根据耶稣在第29-31节中的说法,那些为祂献身的人会发生什么?(他们将得到回报)


应用(15分钟)

在这里有一个宗教人士,他认为自己已经做到了成为真正“信徒”所需要的所有事情,但显然耶稣的教导,与他成长过程中所听到的相冲突。这个人可能是在教会里长大的,现在他已经成年了,听到了耶稣说他一直过的生活并不是成为门徒的要点。


一般讨论:

• 你们是否认识那些认为做好事会增加神的恩典的人?

• 善良和跟随耶稣有什么区别?

• 你认为跟随耶稣是关于“做这个/不做那个”吗?

• 如果不是“做这个/不做那个”,那么耶稣在这段经文中向那个人发出了什么邀请?(跟从我。)


批评这个富人很容易。很容易指出其他人没有正确跟随耶稣。但是,你怎么样?我们大多数人都有一件事阻碍我们成为基督所需要的门徒。


一般讨论:

• 你认为是什么原因使你不能真正跟随耶稣?

• 你用什么借口来试图为自己辩解?(例如:“我很好了”,“我很努力了”,等等)

• 信靠耶稣为什么会比其他方式来获得拯救更困难?


这里的一些人可能还没有下定决心,确定自己是否要成为门徒。你的问题可能不是为了跟随神而放弃钱财,但耶稣命令我们放弃一切来跟随祂。你认真考虑一下是什么因素妨碍了你真正跟随神而成为门徒。


如果这个故事中的人是你,耶稣会对你说什么?


结束祷告(5-10分钟)


分成小组,为每个人生活中发生的事祷告。让你的祷告小组为你的“一件事”祷告。


**** 英文版 *******


The Ministry of Jesus According to Mark

Lesson 7: Giving It All

LESSON OBJECTIVES

Goals

1. To expose students to the story of the Rich Young Ruler as it is told by Mark 2. To help students understand that discipleship is hard, but worth it 3. To challenge students to find their “one thing” and give it up in order to follow Jesus


Topics

Accountability, Choices, Discernment, Eternal Life, Following Jesus, Heaven, Perseverance, Self-Control


Scripture Memorization

Mark 10:31

OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

GROUP BUILDING (10 minutes)

Play “Gag a Napkin.” Hopefully no one will really gag. Invite several students to place an unfolded paper napkin on the tip of their tongues (it should stick). When you say go, see which person can get the whole napkin into his or her mouth without using anything but his or her tongue.

GETTING STARTED (10 minutes)

General Discussion: • What is the coolest gift you have ever received? • What is the most expensive gift you have ever received? • How does the cost of a gift change the gift? • Why are we willing to give up things that cost us very little, but hesitant to give up things that cost us alot?


Today we are going to talk about giving up everything to follow Jesus. Let’s get to it!

DIGGING IN (25 minutes)

Have everyone split up into different groups. It is not incredibly important how many people are in each group, but you should have four groups total. Assign a passage to each group.


Mark 10:17-21 Mark 10:22-27 Mark 10:28-31


Give each group some time to study their text. They should--when done--be able to tell you what happened in their verses. Once you have given them time to study, ask each group to give a summary. Then, move on to the questions below. Discussion Questions: 1. What question begins this passage? (Verse 17. What must I do to get eternal life?) 2. How does Jesus answer? (By listing the commandments.) 3. The man who asks the question claims to have kept all the commandments. Do you think this is true? Why/why not? 4. According to Jesus, what did the man lack? (He had too much stuff to follow Jesus truly.) 5. What was the man’s response in verse 22? (His face fell, he went away sad.) 6. According to Jesus, in verse 23, is it easy or hard for the rich to get into Heaven? (Hard) 7. In verse 24, what is the disciple’s reaction? (They are amazed at His words.) 8. What is easier than a rich man getting into Haven? (A camel going through the eye of a needle.) 9. In verse 26, the disciples ask who can be saved. How does Jesus answer? (That everything is possible with God.) 10. So, can rich people inherit eternal life? (Yes) 11. What does Peter declare in verse 28? (That they should abandon everything for Jesus.) 12. According to Jesus in verses 29-31, what will happen to those who sacrifice for Him? (They will be rewarded.)

MAKING IT REAL (15 minutes)

What we have here is a religious man who believes he has done what it takes to be a true “believer,” but has apparently heard Jesus’ teaching that conflicts with what he has grown up hearing. This is a guy who probably grew up his whole life going to church, and now that he is an adult, he heard Jesus say that the life that he has lived is not what being a disciple is about.


General Discussion: • Do any of you know people who think that being good “gains points” with God? • What is the difference between being good and following Jesus? • Do you think following Jesus is about “doing this/not doing that”? • If it wasn’t “do this/don’t do that,” what was the invitation Jesus sent to the man in this text? (“Follow Me.”)


It is easy to criticize the rich man. It is easy to name other people who get following Jesus all wrong. But, what about you? Most of us have one thing that hinders us from being the disciple that we need to be for Christ. General Discussion: • What would you say is the one thing that keeps you from truly following Jesus? • What is the excuse you use to try to justify your life? (ex. “I’m good,” “I try really hard,” etc.) • How can trusting Jesus be harder than trying to gain our salvation some other way?


Some of you who are here have not made up your mind that you are sure about being a disciple. Your issue may not be giving up money to follow God, but Jesus commanded us to give up EVERYTHING to follow him. I want you to seriously consider what things stand in the way of truly following God and allowing you to be a disciple.


If this were you in this story, what would Jesus say to you?

CLOSING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

Separate into your groups and pray for what is happening in each person’s life. Have your prayer group pray for your “one thing.”

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