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6-12岁教程 (神的属性*第7课) | 神是富有怜悯的 (附中文反馈单)

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介绍

这节主日学课程将教导孩子关于神的怜悯,以及我们为何应该怜悯他人。


主题

神的品格,认识神,怜悯


等孩子(10分钟)


开头的祷告(5分钟)


背经节(12分钟)


祂不永远怀怒,因祂乐意施慈爱。 -弥迦书7:18b


提前准备好,将经文的每个单词写在单独的索引卡上。将卡片隐藏在教室各处。在让孩子们寻找卡片之前,和孩子们至少大声朗读两遍这节经文。请他们一起努力把卡片按顺序排列。一旦经文完成,如果时间允许,逐个拿去单词,让孩子们完成经文。


故事与讨论(15分钟)

介绍:

告诉孩子们一个你被怜悯的时刻。强调本应受到惩罚,但当事人选择怜悯。请志愿者分享一次他们犯错而获得第二次机会而非惩罚的经历。帮助孩子们理解,神期望我们怜悯他人,因为祂怜悯了我们。


读 弥迦书7:18(神是无比仁慈的)

大声朗读经文给整个班级听。然后请孩子们说出描述神的词语(怜悯,宽恕,喜悦等)。强调神的怜悯不是出于义务,而是因为祂“喜爱”给予第二次机会。我们应努力怜悯他人,因为神怜悯了我们。


讨论问题:

1.什么是怜悯?(不实施应得的惩罚。)

2.神对怜悯的看法与我们的看法有何不同?(祂喜欢怜悯,祂不永远发怒,祂一直宽恕等。)


读 以弗所书2:4-5(耶稣是神怜悯的最伟大展现)

请一位志愿者朗读经文,并总结主要意思(因着神丰富的怜悯,祂把基督赐给我们,让我们能得救)。讨论论“丰富”一词,以强调神的怜悯是无穷无尽的,正如祂在拯救计划中所显示的那样。


讨论问题:

1.我们如何在基督里“活过来”?(通过悔改,并相信耶稣是神的儿子。)

2.作为信徒,我们如何能“富于怜悯”?(当我们想恨时,宽恕他人,给予爱而非报复,告诉他人耶稣的故事等。)


读 提摩太前书1:15-16(神的怜悯会吸引人来到祂面前)

解释保罗,曾想追捕杀害基督徒,并把他们关进监狱,是这封信的作者。请一位志愿者朗读经文,然后告诉孩子们把手指放在第15节中“我是个罪魁”一词上。解释神的怜悯完全改变了保罗,以至于他认为自己是世上最大的罪人!告诉大家,谦卑是理解和感恩接受神的怜悯在我们生活中的结果。


讨论问题:

1.神怜悯保罗的原因是什么?(为了让其他人看到基督的忍耐以致也想相信。)

2.神以何种方式怜悯了你?(保护免受错误决定的影响,有机会接受拯救,赦免我们的罪等。)

3.我们为什么应该怜悯他人?(因为神给了我们无尽的怜悯!)


结论:

我们应该效仿神的榜样,怜悯他人。此外,在谦卑顺从中施行怜悯具有吸引他人与基督建立关系的力量。


课堂活动(15分钟)


备选-课堂活动(15分钟)


应用(5分钟)

通过思考以下问题,帮助孩子评估他们怜悯他人的意愿:


1.接受怜悯的感受如何?

2.拒绝怜悯他人的感受如何?

3.我上次怜悯他人是什么时候?

4.我能做些什么来拥有更加怜悯的心?


承认怜悯是具有挑战性的,因为我们是不完美有罪的。然而,当我们祷告、读圣经并依靠神的时,我们会得到更好的装备,渴望将怜悯延伸给他人。


下节课

选另一个精彩的基于圣经的系列教程。


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 7: GOD IS MERCIFUL


This Sunday school lesson will teach children about God’s mercy and why we should be merciful to others.by Leah Pittsigner


TOPICS

Character of God, Knowing God, Mercy


AS KIDS ARRIVE (10 minutes)

Sticky Note Mercy (Activity) Click here


OPENING PRAYER AND PRAISE (5 minutes)

Further info? Click here


MEMORY WORK (12 minutes)

"You do not stay angry forever but delight to show mercy." Micah 7:18b NIV


Prepare ahead of time by writing each word of the verse on a separate index card. Hide the cards throughout the classroom. Read the verse out loud at least twice with the children before allowing them to search for the cards. Ask them to work together to put the cards in order. Once the verse is complete, and if time allows, take out words one at a time and ask for volunteers to complete the verse.


SCRIPTURE READING AND DISCUSSION (15 minutes)

Introduction:

Tell the children about a time when you were given mercy. Emphasize that a punishment was deserved, but the person in authority chose to give mercy instead. Ask for volunteers to share about a time when they did something wrong and were given a second chance instead of a punishment. Help the children understand that God expects us to give mercy to others because he is so extraordinarily merciful to us.


Read Micah 7:18 (God is incomparably merciful)

Read the passage out loud to the class. Then ask the children to state the words that describe God (merciful, forgiving, delightful, etc). Emphasize that God’s mercy is not given out of obligation but because He “delights” in giving second chances. We should strive to be merciful to others because God is merciful to us.


Discussion Questions:

1. What is mercy? (The withholding of a deserved punishment.)

2. How is God’s view of mercy different than our “human” view of mercy? (He loves to give mercy, He doesn’t stay angry forever, He continuously forgives, etc.)


Read Ephesians 2:4-5 (Jesus is God’s greatest display of mercy)

Ask for a volunteer to read the verses and comment on the main idea (God’s rich mercy gave us Christ so we can be saved). Talk about the word “rich” to emphasize the endless, extraordinary reality of God’s mercy, as displayed through His plan for salvation.


Discussion Questions:

1. How are we made “alive in Christ”? (Through repentance of sins and believing in Jesus as God’s Son.)

2. How can we be “rich in mercy” as believers? (Forgiving when we want to hate, extending love instead of revenge, telling others about Jesus, etc.)


Read 1 Timothy 1:15-16 (God’s mercy to us will draw others to Him)

Introduce the passage by explaining that Paul, who had once sought Christians to kill them and put them in jail, is the author of this letter. Ask for a new volunteer to read the verses and then tell the children to put their fingers on the words “I am the worst” in verse 15. Explain that God’s mercy had so completely changed Paul’s life that he thought of himself as the worst sinner in the world! Tell the class that humility is a product of understanding and thankfully receiving God’s mercy in our lives.


Discussion Questions:

1. What is the reason for God’s mercy on Paul? (That others would see Christ’s patience and also want to believe.)

2. In what specific ways has God shown you mercy? (Protection from a bad decision, the opportunity to receive salvation, forgiveness of our sins, etc.)

3. Why should we give mercy to others? (Because God gives us endless mercy!)


Conclusion:

God is extremely merciful with us, as evidenced through the death and resurrection of His son, Jesus. We should follow God’s example and give mercy to others. Also, extending mercy in humble obedience has the power to draw others into a relationship with Christ.


CLASS EXERCISE (15 minutes)

Rich in Mercy (Craft) Click here


ALTERNATE CLASS EXERCISE (15 minutes)

Parable of the Unmerciful Servant (Skit) Click here


APPLICATION (5 minutes)

Help the children evaluate their willingness to give mercy to others by thinking about the following questions:

1. How does it feel to receive mercy?

2. How does it feel to refuse giving mercy to someone else?

3. When was the last time I gave mercy to another person?

4. What can I do to have a more merciful heart?


Support the children by admitting that mercy is challenging because we are imperfect and sinful. However, when we pray, read the Bible, and rely on God’s guidance, we will be better equipped and have an increasing desire to extend mercy to others.


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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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