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6-12岁*实物短讲 | 充满神的仁爱 FILL THEM WITH GOD'S KINDNESS



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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。 *更多内容:thedoorofsheep.com/6-12岁 

介绍

这是一个示范,展示当我们展示神的仁慈、怜悯和爱时,会发生什么。


主题

愤怒、偏爱、仁慈、爱、怜悯


材料

两个透明塑料杯

爆米花

一壶水

用于收集水的扁平托盘

记号笔


时间

约12分钟


课前准备

首先,用记号笔标记两个杯子为“杰德”和“泰德”。然后,将两个空杯子放在扁平托盘上。将在标有“泰德”的杯子里放入少量爆米花。然后把水倒入两个杯子中,直到水溢出到托盘中,演示如何用仁慈、怜悯和爱(水)充满一个人的生命,以消除愤怒和仇恨(爆米花)。


说明

做:

我们要演示当我们用神的仁慈、怜悯和爱来充满一个人时会发生什么。这个壶里的水代表神的仁慈、怜悯和爱,而这些爆米花代表愤怒、苦涩和错误选择。这两个杯子看起来差不多。我们假装这些杯子是刚出生的婴儿。一个名叫杰德,另一个名叫泰德。他们出生在截然不同的家庭。杰德在一个充满爱和敬畏神的家庭中长大。而泰德在一个充满暴力和愤怒的家庭中长大。


随着这两个孩子的成长,杰德变得友善,受到大家的喜爱。(将水倒入杰德的杯子中,使其半满。)


而泰德在家里遇到了困难,变得愤怒和苦涩。(在泰德的杯子中加入一些爆米花。)


当孩子们长大后,他们开始一起上学。杰德在学校和家里都表现得很好。很多人对他很友善,爱他。(将更多的水倒入杰德的杯子中,使其溢出。)杰德被神的仁慈、怜悯和爱充满了。


另一方面,泰德在学校和家里并不顺利。大家不想和他做朋友。老师对他大喊大叫,他经常因为犯错而被禁足。(在泰德的杯子中再加一些爆米花。)


有一年,这两个男孩在同一个班级上课。杰德为泰德感到难过。泰德对每个人都很刻薄,没有人对他友善。然后,有一天,杰德有了一个想法。也许只要向泰德展示神的仁慈、怜悯和爱,不管泰德原来有多刻薄,他也可能变得友善起来。


杰德开始每天与泰德分享午餐,尽管泰德总是把它扔回给他。(将一点水倒入泰德的杯子中。)杰德请泰德成为他在数学课上的伙伴,尽管泰德只是搬到桌子的另一头。(向泰德的杯子中倒入更多的水。)杰德会帮泰德削铅笔,尽管泰德继续折断杰德的所有铅笔。(向泰德的杯子中倒入更多的水,直到快要溢出为止。爆米花应浮在杯子顶部。)


最后,当杰德准备放弃向泰德展示神的仁慈、怜悯和爱时,他决定再试一次。杰德走到泰德面前说:“我想和你做朋友,泰德。你想和我做朋友吗?”(向泰德的杯子中倒入更多的水,直到溢出,爆米花从杯子中倾泻而出。)


泰德想了一会儿,然后变化发生了。他看着杰德,突然说:“好吧!”


问题讨论:

1.为什么杰德对泰德友好时,泰德一直刻薄?

2.为什么泰德最终变得友好,愿意成为杰德的朋友?

3.为什么我们应该对刻薄的人显示仁慈、怜悯和爱?(我们在天上的父对那些忘恩负义和邪恶的人也是慈善、仁慈和有爱心的。祂不偏袒任何人。祂希望我们对待他人也是这样。)



*** 英文版 *******


FILL THEM WITH GOD'S KINDNESS

A demonstration to show what can happen when we display God's kindness, mercy, and love without favoritism.

TOPICS: Anger, Favoritism, Kindness, Love, Mercy

MATERIALS: Two clear plastic cups Popped popcorn Pitcher of water Flat tray for collecting water Marker

DURATION: Approximately 12 minutes


WHAT YOU WILL DO: Start by labeling the two cups "Jed" and "Ted" with the marker. Then, place the two empty cups on the flat tray. You will add a small amount of popcorn into the cup labeled "Ted." Then you will pour water into both cups until the water overflows into the flat container, demonstrating how overflowing someone with kindness, mercy, and love (water) can remove anger and hate (popcorn) from a person's life.

WHAT YOU WILL SAY: We are going to demonstrate what can happen when we fill up a person with God's kindness, mercy, and love. The water in this pitcher represents God's kindness, mercy, and love, while this popcorn represents anger, bitterness, and bad choices. These two cups look about the same. Let's pretend these cups are babies that were just born. One is named Jed, and the other is named Ted. They were born in homes that were very different. Jed grew up with a very loving and God-fearing family. Meanwhile, Ted grew up in a home filled with violence and anger. As these two boys grew up, Jed became a nice person, loved by everyone. (Fill Jed's cup 1/2 full with water.) However, Ted had a hard time at home and became bitter and angry. (Add a little popcorn to Ted's cup.) As the children grew older, they started to go to school together. Jed did well at school and at home. Many people were kind to him and loved him. (Add more water to Jed's cup to make it overflow.) Jed was overflowing with God's kindness, mercy, and love. On the other hand, Ted didn't do so well at school, or at home. People didn't want to be his friend. Teachers yelled at him, and he was grounded most of the time for making bad choices. (Add a little more popcorn into Ted's cup.) One year, the two boys had the same class together. Jed felt badly for Ted. Ted was mean to everyone, and no one was ever nice to him. Then, one day, Jed got an idea. Maybe Ted might start becoming nice if he was shown God's kindness, mercy, and love, no matter how mean Ted was. Jed began to share his lunch with Ted every day, although Ted just threw it back at him. (Pour a little water into Ted's cup.) Jed asked Ted to be his partner in math class, although Ted just moved to the other side of the table. (Pour some more water into Ted's cup.) Jed would sharpen Ted's pencils for him, although Ted continued to break all of Jed's pencils. (Pour more water into Ted's cup until it is about to overflow. The popcorn should be floating at the top.) Finally, Jed was just about to give up showing God's kindness, mercy, and love to Ted when Jed decided to try one more time. Jed walked up to Ted and said, "I would like to be your friend, Ted. Would you like to be mine?" (Pour more water into Ted's cup until it overflows and the popcorn is pouring out of the cup.) Ted thought for a moment, and then something happened. He looked at Ted and blurted out, "OK!" Discussion Questions: 1. Why do you think Ted kept being mean when Jed tried to be nice? 2. Why do you think Ted finally decided to be nice and become Jed's friend? 3. Why should we show kindness, mercy, and love, even to someone who is mean? (Our Father in Heaven is kind, merciful, and loving to the ungrateful and the wicked. He does not show favoritism. He wants us to be the same way to others.)


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