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6-12岁*活动 | 谦卑与骄傲 THE HUMBLE AND THE PROUD

Updated: Jan 23



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介绍

通过税吏和法利赛人的比喻,看到谦卑和骄傲之间的区别。


主题

谦卑,赞美,骄傲


材料

普通纸张

铅笔,马克笔或蜡笔


时间

约20分钟


说明

做:

你读税吏和法利赛人的比喻时(路加福音18:10-14),让孩子们看着圣经上的内容跟着你。然后让孩子们画一幅画来回顾故事,以展示两个人之间的区别。给大约10分钟的时间完成绘画。然后,让每个孩子把他/她的画交给右边的人。最后,让每个孩子说出他/她手中的画好的地方。


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税吏和法利赛人的比喻


有两个人上殿里去祷告,一个是法利赛人,另一个是税吏。

法利赛人站着,自言自语的祷告说,神啊,我感谢你,我不像别人,勒索、不义、奸淫,也不像这个税吏。

我一周禁食两次,凡我所得的,都献上十分之一。

那税吏却远远的站着,连举目望天也不敢,只捶着胸说,神啊,宽恕我这个罪人!

我告诉你们,这人回家去,得称为义,那人却不然。因为凡高抬自己的,必降为卑;降卑自己的,必升为高。


-路加福音18:10-14

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附加的问题:


1.你是否觉得其中一个人比另一个人更容易画?如果是,是哪一个,为什么?

2.当你的同学解释他们喜欢你的画时,你感觉如何?

3.有没有一些画你觉得不如你的画好看?那让你感觉怎样?

4.如果你必须选择成为其中一个人,你会选择哪个?你为什么会选择那个?

5.我们的画画能力来自哪里?


当我们吹嘘自己时,或看不起不那么幸运的人时,我们是在告诉神祂不重要,我们认为自己可以独自完成各种事。这离真相太远了。所有美好的事都来自神,我们自己一无所是。因此,我们必须在神前过谦卑的生活,承认没有祂,我们就会迷失方向。为了避免骄傲,我们必须承认并感谢祂所赐给我们的一切。当我们这样做时,神会使我们升高。请记住,神知道我们的内心。




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THE HUMBLE AND THE PROUD

Using the parable about the Tax Collector and the Pharisee, this Sunday school activity will help show the difference between humility and pride.

TOPICS: Humility, Praise, Pride

MATERIALS: Plain paper Pencils, markers or crayons

DURATION: Approximately 20 minutes


WHAT YOU WILL DO: Have the kids follow along in their Bibles as you read the parable about the Tax Collector and the Pharisee in Luke 18:10-14. Have the kids review the story as they draw a picture to show the difference between the two men. Allow about 10 minutes to complete the picture. Then, have each child give his/her picture to the person on the right. Then have each child tell the class the positive aspects of the picture he or she is holding.

The Parable of the Tax Collector and the Pharisee "Two men went up to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. The Pharisee stood up and prayed about himself: 'God, I thank you that I am not like other men-robbers, evildoers, adulterers-or even like this tax collector. I fast twice a week and give a tenth of all I get.' "But the tax collector stood at a distance. He would not even look up to heaven, but beat his breast and said, 'God, have mercy on me, a sinner.' "I tell you that this man, rather than the other, went home justified before God. For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted." Luke 18:10-14

Additional Questions: 1. Did you find one character easier to draw than the other one, if so which one and why? 2. How did you feel when your classmate explained what they liked about your picture? 3. Were there any pictures you did not think were as nice as yours? How did that make you feel? 4. If you had to choose to be one of the people in your picture, which one would you choose? Why would you choose this character? 5. Where does our ability to draw well come from?

When we boast about what we have, or look down on someone who is less fortunate, we are telling God that He is not important, and that we think we can do things on our own. This is so far from the truth. All good things come from God, by ourselves we are nothing. Therefore, we must live a humble life before God, and admit that without Him we are lost. To avoid being proud, we must acknowledge and thank Him for all He has given us. When we do this, God will exalt us. Remember that God knows what is in our hearts.


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