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0-6岁教程 (耶稣的比喻*第6课) | 有需要的朋友 (附中文反馈单)

Updated: Nov 8, 2022



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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岁学龄前儿童课程,6-12岁学龄儿童课程,和12岁以上青少年课程。我们将陆续翻译成中文,分享给大家。
这套教材里的每一篇,无论是课程还是各种活动,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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介绍

本课将帮助孩子们看到,他们可以大胆地祷告,请求神供应他们和他人的需求。孩子们还将学习对待他人的展示神爱的各种方式。


主题

友情, 比喻, 耐心, 祷告, 供应


等孩子(10分钟)

孩子们到达时,让他们坐在你面前的地板上。问他们以下问题。

1. 谁会要妈妈爸爸给他拿一杯水?你的妈妈爸爸会帮你拿吗?

2. 谁会要妈妈爸爸给他拿一条毯子?你的妈妈爸爸会帮你拿吗?

3. 谁会要妈妈爸爸给弄点吃的?你的妈妈或爸爸会帮你弄吗?

4. 你曾经向神求过什么吗?结果如何?


开头的祷告(5分钟)


经节(7分钟)

求,就给你们;寻找,就寻见;叩门,就给你们开门。 -路加福音11:9

为了帮孩子们记住经文,请将以下动作与文字结合起来。

求-用手捂住嘴。

就给你们-把手往下放,像给礼物一样。

寻找-用手遮在眼睛上。

就寻见-举起手,露出惊讶的表情,就像刚刚发现了什么。

叩门-将手握成拳头,假装敲打面前的门。

就给你们开门-假装转动门把手,打开门。


这样重复几次,直到孩子们记住这些动作。


故事(15分钟)

把孩子们聚集在你身边,为故事时间做准备。在介绍之后,直接阅读圣经中关于需要帮助的朋友的比喻。如果可能,用儿童版圣经,这样孩子们会更容易理解。


介绍:

神希望我们把祂放在首位。祂渴望与我们交谈,希望我们带着所有的需要、愿望、担忧和问题来找祂。今天我们要读一个比喻,解释大胆地向神祷告,以及为什么永远不要停止祷告很重要。


读 路加福音11:5-13(需要帮助的朋友的比喻)

问题讨论:

1. 这位朋友想借多少个饼?(三个)

2. 邻居对这位需要帮助的朋友的回应方式好吗?(不好)

3. 为什么邻居最终起身把三个饼给了他的朋友?(因为他的朋友很大胆,敢于在深夜敲门求助。邻居看到了他朋友的绝望。)

4. 根据这段经文,如果你大胆地求,会发生什么?(就会给你)

5. 如果你大胆地寻找什么,会发生什么?(就会被你找到)

6. 如果你大胆地敲门,会发生什么?(就给你开门)

7. 这是否意味着只要你大胆地祈求,你就能得到你认为需要的任何东西?(不,当耶稣是你生命的主时,祂知道你最需要什么,那些才是你真正渴求的东西。)

8. 父母知道如何送好的礼物。他们不会给你蛇和蝎子。神会给我们什么礼物?(允许各种回答。)

9. 神还赐给我们圣灵。为什么圣灵是神赐给我们的伟大的礼物?(让孩子们解释他们的答案)


欢乐时光(15分钟)


备选欢乐时光(15分钟)


结尾的祷告/点心时间(10分钟)

首先向神祷告,感谢祂赐予的圣灵。求神帮助孩子们知道为了服事主,他们应该求什么。然后为今天的点心零食感谢。


提供方形饼干、蛋糕糖衣和几把塑料刀。让孩子们为耶稣做一份礼物。拿蛋糕糖衣,把它涂在方形饼干边缘,然后粘起来,做成一个立方体的形状。礼物做完后,他们就可以吃了。


结束时的活动(5-10分钟)

在孩子们等待被接走的时间里,和他们谈谈为什么当我们有需要的时候,先去找神是很重要的。无论我们需要什么或渴望什么,神都希望我们先求问祂。


让孩子们围成一圈,玩一个敲门游戏。让所有的孩子举起一只手。你要走到一个孩子面前,敲他/她的门(手),然后讲一个敲门的笑话。用下面四个笑话或自己编一些。根据需要可以重复讲,以便让每个孩子都参与进来。

译者注:这些笑话的笑点在英文的语音上,所以中文译版看不出来。

笑话1

老师:咚咚咚

孩子:谁?

老师:橙色。

孩子:橙色什么?

老师:你不要为耶稣开门吗?


笑话2

老师:咚咚咚

孩子:谁?

老师:神。

孩子:神什么?

老师:你寻找时,神会帮你寻到。


笑话3

老师:咚咚咚

孩子:谁?

老师:神。

孩子:神什么?

老师:你求时,神会给你。


笑话4

老师:咚咚咚

孩子:谁?

老师:神。

孩子:神什么?

老师:你敲门时,神就会开门。


下节课

下周再来,看看有什么精彩的课程在等着你。


反馈单

课结束之前,把反馈单发给每个孩子。



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PARABLES LESSON 6: A FRIEND IN NEED

This lesson will help the children understand how they can pray boldly and ask God to provide for their needs and the needs of others. Children will also learn different ways they can treat others that will help show God's love. by Kristy Thornton

TOPICS Friendship, Parables, Patience, Prayer, Provision

AS KIDS ARRIVE (10 minutes) As children arrive, have them sit on the floor in front of you. Ask them the following questions: 1. Who asks their mom or dad to get them a glass of water? Does your mom or dad get it for you? 2. Who asks their mom or dad to get them a blanket? Does your mom or dad get it for you? 3. Who asks their mom or dad to get them some food? Does your mom or dad get it for you? 4. Have you ever asked God for anything? How did it turn out?

WORSHIP TIME (5 minutes) Further info? Click here

BIBLE VERSE (7 minutes) "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you." Luke 11:9 NIV To help the children memorize their verse, put actions to the words. Ask – Cover your mouth with your hands. And it will be given to you – Place your hands down like handing out a present. Seek – Cover your eyes with your hands. And you will find – Lift your hands up showing a surprised face like you just found something. Knock – Put your hand into a fist and pretend to knock on a door in front of you. And the door will be opened to you – Pretend to turn the doorknob and swing open the door. Repeat this several times until the children have the motions memorized.

BIBLE STORY (15 minutes) Gather the children around you in preparation for story time. After the introduction, read the parable about the friend in need right from the Bible. If possible, use a Children's Bible so it will be easier for the kids to understand. Introduction: God wants us to put Him first. He desires to talk to us and wants us to come to Him with all our needs, wants, concerns, and questions. Today we are going to read a parable that explains how to be bold when praying to God and why it is important never to stop praying. Read Luke 11:5-13 (The Parable of A Friend in Need) Discussion Questions: 1. How many loaves of bread did the friend want to borrow? (Three.) 2. Was the neighbor nice in the way he responded to the friend in need? (No) 3. Why did the neighbor eventually get up and give his friend the three loaves of bread? (Because his friend was so bold and daring to knock on the door so late at night and ask. The neighbor saw his friend's desperation.) 4. According to the scripture, if you are bold and ask for something, what happens? (It is given to you.) 5. What happens if you are bold and seek something? (You will find it.) 6. What happens if you are bold and knock on the door? (The door opens.) 7. Does this mean you should get whatever you think you need if you pray for it boldly? (No. When Jesus is the Lord of your life, He knows what you need best, and those will be the things you will desire.) 8. Your parents know how to give good gifts. They don’t give you snakes and scorpions. What gifts does God give us? (Allow for answers.) 9. God also gives us the Holy Spirit. Why is the Holy Spirit a great gift from God? (Let the children explain their answers.)

FUN TIME (15 minutes) A Good Friend (Activity) Click here

ALTERNATE FUN TIME (15 minutes) Picture Boxes (Craft) Click here

PRAYER/SNACK (10 minutes) Further info? Click here Start by praying to God and thanking Him for the gift of the Holy Spirit. Ask God to help the children know what they should ask for in order to serve the Lord. Then give thanks for the snack. Provide square crackers, cake icing, and several plastic knives. Have the children make a present for Jesus. Take the cake icing and spread it on the edges to stick together making a cube shape. Once the present is made, they can eat it.

CLOSING ACTIVITY (5-10 minutes) As the children wait to be picked up, talk to them about why it is important to go to God first when we need something. No matter what we need or desire, God wants us to ask Him first. Have the children form a circle to play a knock-knock game. Have all the children hold up one hand. You will come up to one child, knock on his or her door (hand), and then tell a knock-knock joke. Use the four jokes shown below or make up some of your own. Repeat any as often as needed so you can involve each child.

Joke 1 Teacher: Knock-knock Child: Who's there? Teacher: Orange Child: Orange who? Teacher: Aren't you going to open the door for Jesus? Joke 2 Teacher: Knock-knock Child: Who's there? Teacher: God Child: God who? Teacher: God who helps you find things when you look for them.


Joke 3 Teacher: Knock-knock Child: Who's there? Teacher: God Child: God who? Teacher: God who gives you things when you ask? Joke 4 Teacher: Knock-knock Child: Who's there? Teacher: God Child: God who? Teacher: God who opens the door every time you knock.

NEXT WEEK Come back next week to see what exciting lesson is waiting for you.

TAKE HOME PAGE Give one copy to each child at the end of the class to take home [PDF]. Click here

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