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6-12岁教程 (神的属性*第6课) | 神是公义的 (附中文反馈单)



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介绍

通过学习神公平公义的本性,孩子们将理解定期向神承认自己的罪,请求祂的宽恕是多么重要。


主题

公平、宽恕、公义、认识神、怜悯、罪


等孩子(10分钟)

当孩子们到达时,请让他们查找并朗读以下圣经经文: 诗篇111:7-8,诗篇9:7-8,彼得后书3:8-9


当所有孩子都到齐后,作为一个小组一起阅读这些经文,并讨论每节经文的含义。


神为对错设定了标准。(诗篇111:7-8)

神公正地审判所有行为。(诗篇9:7-8)

神按照自己的意愿或快或慢地惩罚或赏赐。(彼得后书3:8-9)


开头的祷告(5分钟)


背经节(12分钟)


因为我是大君王,我的名在列国中是可畏的;这是万军之耶和华说的。-马拉基书1:14b


让孩子们大声一起朗读这节经文。将这节经文的每个词以粗体字写在单独的索引卡上。将卡片粘贴在每个孩子的背后。让孩子们一起合作,根据经文的内容将自己排列成正确的顺序。通过阅读卡片来确认孩子们是否排列正确。


故事与讨论(15分钟)

介绍:

今天,我们将研读几段圣经经文。这些经文表明,虽然神爱我们,但祂也是一位圣洁公义的审判者。


读 创世记19:12-26

(在阅读经文时强调,天使告诉罗得和他的家人离开这座城市时不要回头看。另外,强调罗得的妻子回头看,结果变成了一根盐柱。)

讨论问题:

1.为什么罗得和他的家人被警告要离开这座城市?(神将毁灭这座城市。)

2.罗得的妻子为什么回头看?(允许讨论。)

3.当罗得的妻子回头看时发生了什么?(她变成了一根盐柱。)


这是一个例子,说明神选择对不顺从立即施以公正的后果。当罗得的妻子不顺从神的警告时,她立即受到了惩罚。


读 民数记20:2-12

讨论问题:

1.以色列人为什么聚集在摩西和亚伦对立面?(没有水喝。)

2.摩西为什么击打磐石?(很可能是因为骄傲。)

3.摩西的不顺从的后果是什么?(摩西和以色列人在沙漠中流浪了四十年。尽管他始终忠信,但他不被允许带领以色列人进入应许之地。)


神今天仍然与罗得和摩西时代一样圣洁公义。祂仍然惩罚罪恶,赏赐顺从。请志愿者朗读希伯来书4:13和罗马书14:10b-12。这些经文解释了在神面前没有什么能隐藏。每个人都必须向神交账。


课堂活动(10分钟)


备选-课堂活动(5分钟)


应用(5分钟)

神是公义的,没有什么能逃脱祂的眼睛。生活可能并不总是看起来公平,但神总是公平的。祂赏赐顺从,惩罚罪恶。


讨论问题:

1.如果神不公平公义,我们的生活会有什么不同?(允许各种回答。)

2.神的公平公义为什么是好的?(允许各种回答。)

3.什么是后果?(不当行为所受的惩罚。)

4.后果如何证明神的爱?(其旨在吸引我们回归祂。)


从父母、老师或其他权威人士的角度举几个关于爱的后果的例子。最后鼓励,知道神的公义能让我们更加顺从,并最终帮助我们更认真地对待我们的信仰。


下节课

记得下周回来,学习神的怜悯!


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 6: GOD IS JUST


As a result of studying about God’s fair and just nature, children will understand why it is important to confess their sins to God and ask for His forgiveness on a regular basis.  by Theresa Sykes


TOPICS

Fairness, Forgiveness, Justice, Knowing God, Mercy, Sin


AS KIDS ARRIVE (10 minutes)

As children arrive have them look up and read the following Bible passages:Psalm 111:7-8,  Psalm 9:7-8, 2 Peter 3:8-9


Once all the children arrive, read the verses together as a group and discuss the meaning of each verse.


God sets the standard for right and wrong. (Psalm 111:7-8)

God judges all behaviour fairly. (Psalm 9:7-8)

God punishes or rewards as quickly or slowly as He desires. (2 Peter 3:8-9)


OPENING PRAYER AND PRAISE (5 minutes)

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MEMORY WORK (12 minutes)

"'For I am a great king,’ says the LORD Almighty, ‘and my name is to be feared among the nations.'"Malachi 1:14b NIV


Have the children say the verse together aloud. Write each word of this verse, or portions of the verse in bold letters on separate index cards. Tape the cards to the back of each child. Have the children work together to put themselves in the proper order based on the verse. Check to make sure that the children are in the correct order by reading the cards.


SCRIPTURE READING AND DISCUSSION (15 minutes)

Introduction:Today, we will examine several Bible passages. These verses show that while God loves us, He is also a holy and righteous judge.


Read Genesis 19:12-26

(When reading the passage emphasize that the angels told Lot and his family not to look behind them as they left the city. Also, emphasize that Lot's wife looked back, and she became a pillar of salt.)


Discussion Questions:

1. Why are Lot and his family warned to leave the city? (God is going to destroy the city.)

2. Why does Lot’s wife look back towards the city? (Allow for discussion.)

3. What happened when Lot's wife looks back at the city? (She becomes a pillar of salt.)


This is an example of when God chose to issue immediate and just consequences for disobedience. Lot’s wife was punished immediately when she disobeyed God’s warning.


Read Numbers 20:2-12

Discussion Questions:

1. Why do the Israelites gather in opposition to Moses and Aaron? (There is no water to drink.)

2. Why does Moses strike the rock? (Most likely, he stricks the rock out of pride.)

3. What is the result of Moses' disobedience? (Moses wandered the desert with the Israelites for forty years. Although he remained faithful, he is not allowed to take the Israelites into the promised land.)


God is the same holy and just God today as He was during the time of Lot and Moses. He still punishes sin and rewards obedience.


Ask volunteers to read Hebrews 4:13 and Romans 14:10b-12. These verses explain that nothing can be hidden from God. Everyone must give an account of his or her life to God.


CLASS EXERCISE (10 minutes)

Making God’s Word Personal (Activity) Click here


ALTERNATE CLASS EXERCISE (5 minutes)

God's Forgiveness (Object Talk) Click here


APPLICATION (5 minutes)

God is a just God and nothing can escape Him. Life may not always seem fair, but God is always fair. He rewards obedience and punishes sin.


Discussion Questions:

1. How would our lives be different if God was not fair and just? (Allow for answers.)

2. Why is it good that God is fair and just? (Allow for answers.)

3. What is a consequence? (A result or punishment for wrongdoing.)

4. How do consequences prove God’s love? (Because the consequences He gives us are meant to draw us back to Him.)


Give a few examples of loving consequences from the viewpoint of a parent, teacher, or other authoritative figure. End with the encouragement that knowing God is just makes us more obedient and ultimately helps us take our faith more seriously.


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CLOSING PRAYER (2 minutes)

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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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