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青少年教程 (马可福音*第8课) | 最大的诫命


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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.继续向学生们介绍马可福音

2.鼓励学生思考圣经中最大的诫命

3.挑战学生去爱那些对他们来说难以爱的人


主题

担子,诫命,爱,讨神喜悦,人际关系


背诵经文

马可福音12:30


开始祷告(5-10分钟)


团队建造(10分钟)


将学生分成六组。每个组分配一个诫命(偶像,父母,杀人,通奸,假见证,嫉妒)。让每个组讨论为什么他们的诫命是十诫中最大的。每个组有五分钟的时间准备,每个组都有机会辩论为什么他们的诫命是最好的。


课堂起头(5分钟)

你们中的许多人可能都熟悉十诫及其含义。你可能不知道的是,律法实际上有 613 条:365 条否定的,248 条肯定的。


我要你们猜测一下这些律法是否真的出现在旧约圣经中。


• 如果有人咒骂他们的父母,他们必须死。(真的…利未记20:9)

• 不要在同一块田里种植多种庄稼。(真的…利未记19:19)

• 蝗虫可吃。(真的…利未记11:22)

• 衣服不能由多种纤维制成。(真的…利未记19:19)


(去查一下孩子的衬衫。任何带有棉/涤纶混纺的都违反了旧约律法。)


深入学习(25分钟)


这些律法进一步分为“重”的和“轻”的诫命。犹太人知道,要遵守这些法律,他们必须研究和反思其中每一条律法,尽力遵守每一条律法。


耶稣在祂的事工期间被问及哪一条诫命最大。


(选择四名朗读者,让他们分别朗读以下各节:)


读 马可福音12:28、19-31、32-33和34

问题讨论:

1.什么使一条诫命比另一条诫命更大?

2.耶稣说最重要的诫命是什么?(爱神和爱人)


提出问题的人可能真诚地想知道最大的诫命是什么。他可能想尽力遵守律法。只是有一个问题:耶稣不要人们遵循一套规则法规。祂要他们过一种美好关系的生活。耶稣回答了这个问题,但可能不是提问者所期望的答案。


试图过一种在一套严格指导下的生活是非常困难的。事实上,是不可能的。以色列人必须有动物祭品来赎回他们的罪,因为尽管有明确规定的律法,他们还是无法遵守。


耶稣来了,正如祂自己所说,是为了“成全”律法和先知的预言。就像祂来了说:“好吧,是的,如果你能按这些律法生活,你就算做到了。不幸的是,你过去和将来都无法做到。所以,我在这里为你提供另一种方式。只要爱上神,我就会为你付应付的代价。”


应用(15分钟)


读 马可福音12:30

问题讨论:

1.什么是爱?

2.有了这个定义,爱神意味着什么?

3.如何用全心、全魂、全心思并全力爱神?


有时这种爱会带我们去一些不舒服的地方。如果我们是出于对律法的义务而去爱的,我们可能会倾向于放弃。但如果这是一种关系,将我们与爱联系在一起,我们就会坚持,因为我们不想失去这段关系。


一般讨论:

1.你是否曾经遇到过这样的情况,即使后果很糟或很难,你知道你做的是件正确的事而感觉很好?

2.为什么爱人会“像”爱神?

3.爱人意味着什么?


犹太人可能会根据利未记19:18的这段经文来思考他们的周围环境。对他们来说,这段经文意味着他们必须爱其他犹太人。尽管有时这可能很困难,但通常我们的挣扎并不是与那些与我们最相似,信仰与我们相同的人有关。


耶稣的事工超越了犹太人的范围。祂来成为世界的救主。祂在路加福音6:32中说,爱那些爱你的人并没有什么值得称赞的。连罪人也会这样做。基督的追随者被唤召去做更大的事情——爱那些看似不值得爱的人。


一般讨论(继续):

4. 从明天开始,我们可以以哪些方式去爱身边的人?(如果学生们回答有困难,让他们查找以弗所书4:2、加拉太书5:13、约翰福音14:15和提摩太前书4:12。)


有没有一个人,你很难去爱?现在想象他/她的脸。在我向你们朗读约翰一书3:11-20以及第四章的经文时,继续想象着那个人的脸。


作为基督徒,我们经常忘记耶稣爱那些不爱我们的人。祂向我们承诺,我们的道路会很艰难。


关于做基督徒,有很多要学习和理解的事。但你知道什么是好消息吗?这一切都在这个简短的经文中得到总结。你想成为坚强的基督徒吗?爱神,把别人放在自己之前。你想要这个青年团队成长吗?爱神,把别人放在第一位。你想要我们的教会成长吗?爱神,把别人放在第一位。你想要在学校产生影响吗?爱神,把别人放在第一位。你想让你的朋友认识基督吗?等等。


我们可以从今天开始,通过在我们的家庭和朋友中树立爱的榜样开始。耶稣来到世上,成为了爱的榜样。如果我们想向世界展示真正基督徒爱的含义,我们应该将这段经文应用到生活中,过上爱的生活。


彼得前书1:22说:“当从清洁的心里彼此热切相爱。” 考虑一种方法,在明天这个时间之前,向某人展示一种发自内心的爱。你可能觉得这件事很傻,但这是学会过上充满爱的生活的良好开始。


结束祷告(5-10分钟)



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The Ministry of Jesus According to Mark

Lesson 8: The Greatest Commandment

LESSON OBJECTIVES

Goals

1. To continue to give students an overview of the Gospel of Mark 2. To encourage students to consider the greatest commands of the Scripture 3. To challenge students to love those who are difficult for them to love


Topics

Burdens, Commandments, Love, Pleasing God, Relationships


Scripture Memorization

Mark 12:30

OPENING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

GROUP BUILDING (15 minutes)

Separate the students into six groups. Each team is given one of the Ten Commandments (idols, father and mother, murder, adultery, false testimony, covet). The idea is for their group to argue why their commandment is the greatest of the Ten Commandments. Each group is given five minutes to prepare, and each team gets a chance to argue why theirs is the best.

GETTING STARTED (5 minutes)

Many of you are probably familiar with the Ten Commandments and what they mean. What you may not have known was that the Law actually spelled out 613 different laws: 365 negative, 248 positive.


I want you to guess whether or not the following laws are really in the Old Testament scriptures. • If anyone curses their mom or dad, they must die. (True…Leviticus 20:9) • Don’t plant multiple crops in the same field. (True…Leviticus 19:19) • You are allowed to eat a locust. (True…Leviticus 11:22) • Your clothing cannot be made of more than one kind of fiber. (True…Leviticus 19:19)


(Go ahead, check kid's shirts. Everyone with a cotton/poly blend is breaking the Old Testament law)

DIGGING IN (25 minutes)

These laws were also divided further into “heavy” and “light” commandments. The Jews knew that to keep the law they had to study and meditate on each of these laws, trying to keep them to the best of their ability.


Jesus was approached during His ministry and asked about which of the commandments was the greatest.


(Select four readers and have them read each of the following passages:) Read Mark 12:28, 19-31, 32-33, and 34 Discussion Questions: 1. What makes one commandment greater than another commandment? 2. What does Jesus say is the most important command? (To love God and love others) The man who asked the question was probably sincere in his desire to know what the greatest commandment was. He probably was looking to keep the law to the best of his ability. There was only one problem: Jesus does not want people to follow a set of rules and regulations. He wants them to live in a relationship. Jesus answers the question, but probably not as the man had expected.


To try to live a life under a set of guidelines is extremely hard. Actually, it is impossible. The Israelites had to have animal sacrifices to take care of their sins because even though they had the law spelled out for them, they could not keep it. Jesus came, as He said Himself, to “fulfill” the law and the prophets. It is almost as if He came and said, “Ok, yes, if you live by this law you will make it. Unfortunately, you have and will not. So, I am here to give you another way. Just fall in love with God, and I will pay your price."

MAKING IT REAL (15 minutes)

Read Mark 12:30 Discussion Questions: 1. What is love? 2. With that in mind, what does it mean to love God? 3. How do you love God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength?


Sometimes that kind of love takes us to places we’re uncomfortable with. If we are loving out of obligation to the law, we might be inclined to give up. But if it is a relationship that binds us to that kind of love, we’ll push through because we don’t want to lose that relationship. General Discussion: 1. Have you ever had a situation where you knew you did what was right even though the consequences may have been bad or it was hard yet you felt good about it? 2. Why do you think loving others is “like” loving God? 3. What does it mean to love others?


Now the typical Jew probably thought of this passage from Leviticus 19:18 in terms of their surroundings. To them, this passage meant that they had to love other Jews. Although that might be difficult sometimes, usually our struggles are NOT with the people who are the most like us and believe the way we believe.


Jesus’ ministry went outside of the confines of the Jewish people. He came to be a Savior to the world. He says in Luke 6:32 that it is of no credit to love those who love you. Even sinners do that. Christ's followers are called to something greater--loving the seemingly unlovable. General Discussion (Continued): 4. What are some ways in which we can love the people around us starting tomorrow? (If students have a hard time answering, have them look up Ephesians 4:2, Galatians 5:13, John 14:15, and 1 Timothy 4:12.) Who is one person you have a hard time loving? Picture his or her face in your mind right now. Keep picturing that person's face while I read this passage from 1 John to you.

Read 1 John 3:11-20, as well as chapter 4

As Christians, we often forget that Jesus loves those people who do not love us. He promised us that our road would be a difficult one.


There is so much to learn and understand about being a Christian. But you know what the great news is? It is all summed up in this short passage. Do you want to be a strong Christian? Love God and put others before yourself. Do you want this youth group to grow? Love God and put others first. Do you want our church to grow? Love God and put others first. Do you want to make a difference at your school? Love God and put others first. Do you want your friends to know Christ? Etc.


We can start today by setting an example of love in our families and with our friends. Jesus came to earth as an example of love. If we want to show the world what Christian love is truly about, we should apply this passage to each of our lives and live a life of love.


I Peter 1:22 says to “love one another deeply, from the heart.” I want you to think of a way that before this time tomorrow you can show someone a loving action that is from the heart. You may feel stupid doing it, but it is a good start in learning how to live a life of love.

CLOSING PRAYER (5 to 10 minutes)

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