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6-12岁教程 (神的属性*第4课) | 神是嫉妒的 (附中文反馈单)



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,请关注公众号“羊之门” & thedoorofsheep.com/6-12岁 

介绍

这堂主日学课程将解释神的嫉妒与人的嫉妒之间的区别。孩子们将了解为什么嫉妒是神的属性之一,却是人的缺陷。


主题

知足,敬虔,嫉妒,认识神


等孩子(10分钟)


开头的祷告(5分钟)


背经节(12分钟)


“你不可敬拜别神;因为耶和华是忌邪的神,名为忌邪者。” -出埃及记34:14

课前,为每个学生打印一套 出埃及记卡片


请孩子们剪下每个方框,练习将经文各个词按正确顺序排列。然后让他们与一个伙伴合作,逐个移除卡片,直到他们能够成功地背诵这段经文。提醒孩子们,背诵经文可以将神的话放在我们心里,在我们受到诱惑时可以帮助我们。他们也可以在家里用同样的方式练习背诵经文。


故事与讨论(15分钟)

如果上周布置了可选的“神是美善的”作业,请现在进行复习。

让每个孩子分享他/她认为最有趣的经节以及原因。

请志愿者分享这项作业如何帮助他们更多地了解了神的美善。


介绍:

请孩子们用自己的话解释“嫉妒”这个词。如果需要的话,添加一些内容,举例说明你自己生活中曾经嫉妒的时候。此外,描述神是如何引导你悔改并原谅你的嫉妒的。告诉孩子们,嫉妒通常被视为一种坏习惯,但那是因为人的嫉妒是罪的结果。然而,神的嫉妒是好的,因为它是由神的圣洁、爱和希望我们与祂保持密切的关系所激发的。祂的嫉妒是正确的,因为祂是唯一值得我们付出全部感情的那一位。


读 申命记10:14-16

讨论问题:

1.神为什么会嫉妒?(因为我们给其他事物更多的爱和关注。)


在给孩子们一些时间回答后,强调神为我们的感情而嫉妒,因为是祂创造了一切!此外,祂特别选了我们成为祂的儿女,所以神完全有权期待我们完全的忠信。成为耶稣基督的信徒是一种特权,所以当其他事物(偶像)对我们来说更重要时,神就会嫉妒。


读 出埃及记34:14

讨论问题:

1.什么是“其他神”?(任何我们敬拜的不是神的事物。)


澄清一下,任何比神更受我们喜爱的东西都是“其他神”或偶像。当我们把注意力放在财产、名人或能力上,而不是放在神身上时,我们实际上是在敬拜除祂以外的东西。让孩子们花几分钟时间说说可能存在于一个人生活中的“其他神”或偶像。再说说崇拜偶像的治疗之法(例如祷告、悔改、通过服事来顺服等)。


读 雅各书4:4b-5

讨论问题:

1.是什么让神感到嫉妒?(我们选择罪而不是顺服祂。)


请孩子们回想一下他们曾经嫉妒的时候以及他们在那种情况下的感受。解释说,当我们根据自己(世俗的)欲望做出决定时,神就会感到嫉妒,因为那些决定让我们无法与祂建立最好的关系。友善地告诉孩子们,神的嫉妒应该激励我们把生活的中心放在祂身上。


课堂活动(10分钟)


备选-课堂活动(10分钟)


应用(4分钟)

神有权感到嫉妒,因为祂是完美的创造者。祂是一个温柔、充满爱心的创造者,渴望得到你唯一的感情。当祂没有得到你的感情时,祂会感到失望。


下节课

记得下周回来,学习如何敬畏神而不感到害怕!


结尾的祷告(2分钟)


反馈单

课结束之前,把家庭反馈单给每个孩子。



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ATTRIBUTES OF GOD

LESSON 4: GOD IS JEALOUS


This Sunday school lesson will explain the difference between God’s jealousy and human jealousy. The children will understand why jealousy is one of God’s attributes and one of humanity’s defects.by Leah Pittsigner


TOPICS

Contentment, Godliness, Jealousy, Knowing God


AS KIDS ARRIVE (10 minutes)

What is Jealousy? (Activity) Click here


OPENING PRAYER AND PRAISE (5 minutes)

Further info? Click here


MEMORY WORK (12 minutes)

"Do not worship any other god, for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God." Exodus 34:14 NIV

Before class, print a set of Exodus cards for each student: NIV - Click here    KJV - Click here


Ask the children to cut out each box and practice putting the verse’s words in the correct order. Then have them work with a partner to remove the cards one-by-one until they can successfully quote the verse from memory. Remind the children that memorizing scripture puts God’s words in our hearts and helps us when we are tempted, so they can practice memorizing verses this same way at home.


SCRIPTURE READING AND DISCUSSION (15 minutes)


If you gave the optional assignment "God Is Good" for homework last week, review it now.

Ask each child to share which verse he or she found the most interesting and why.Ask volunteers to share how the assignment helped them learn more about God's goodness.


Introduction:

Ask the children to explain the word, “Jealousy,” in their own words. Add input if necessary and give an example from your own life of a time when you were jealous. Additionally, describe how God drew you into repentance and forgiveness from your jealousy. Tell the children that jealousy is typically seen as a bad trait, but that’s because human jealousy is a result of sin. God’s jealousy, however, is good because it is motivated by His holiness, love, and the desire to keep us secure in our relationship with Him. His attribute of jealousy is right because He is the only one worthy of all our affections.


Read Deuteronomy 10:14-16

Discussion question:

Why is God jealous? (Because we give more love and attention to other things.)


After giving the children time to respond, emphasize that God is jealous for our affections because He created everything and everyone! Also, He specifically chose us to be His children, so God has every right to expect our complete allegiance. It is a privilege to be a believer in Jesus Christ, so God is jealous when other things (idols) are more important to us.


Read Exodus 34:14

Discussion question:

What are “other gods”? (Anything we worship in place of God.)


Clarify that anything that gets more of our affection than God is a “god,” or idol. When we focus on possessions, celebrities, or abilities more than we focus on God, then we are essentially worshipping something other than Him. Take a few moments and allow the children to comment on “gods” or idols that can be present in one’s life. Be sure to include remedies for worshipping idols (such as prayer, repentance, obedience through service, etc).


Read James 4:4b-5

Discussion question:

What makes God jealous? (Our choosing sin in place of obedience.)


Ask the children to think of a time when they were jealous and the feelings they felt in that situation. Explain that God is jealous for us when we make decisions according to our own (worldly) desires because those decisions keep us from having the best possible relationship with him. Supportively tell the children that God’s jealousy should motivate us to center our lives around Him.


CLASS EXERCISE (10 minutes)

Hidden Jealousy (Activity) Click here


ALTERNATE CLASS EXERCISE (10 minutes)

Puzzled Over Jealousy (Puzzle) Click here


APPLICATION (2 minutes)

God has the right to be jealous because He is our perfect Creator. He is a gentle loving Creator that wants your sole affection. When He doesn’t receieve your affection, He becomes disappointed.


NEXT WEEK

Be sure to come back next week to find out how you can fear God without being afraid!


CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes)

Further info? Click here


TAKE HOME PAGE

Give one copy to each child at the end of the class to take home. Click here for NIV or KJV [PDF]


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