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Hey Teens, Let’s Stop the Judging Lesson 1. Prayer time: The Word says: Christians are to accept one another the way Christ accepts us. Memory verse: Matthew 7:1, “Do not judge lest you be judged.” Introduction:. Discussion starters:

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Hey teens let s stop the judging lesson 1
Hey Teens, Let’s Stop the JudgingLesson 1

  • Prayer time:

  • The Word says: Christians are to accept one another the way Christ accepts us.

  • Memory verse: Matthew 7:1, “Do not judge lest you be judged.”

  • Introduction:


  • Discussion starters:

  • When is the last time you heard someone judging others and what was the occasion?

  • When did you last judge someone and what was the outcome?

  • How did you feel when you judged someone and later realized that you were wrong?

  • How do you feel when someone judges you?

  • What keeps you from stopping someone from judging others?


  • Romans 14:13-18

  • What does Paul mean by “putting a stumbling block in a brother’s way?”

  • What does Paul mean by “weaker brother?”


  • Romans 15:1-7

  • Who are the strong and who are the weak?

  • Who is our neighbor in verse 2?

  • How are we to accept one another?



Life s choices lesson 2
Life’s ChoicesLesson 2

  • Prayer time:

  • The Word says: “I tell you the truth, whoever believes in me will do the same things that I do. Those who believe will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.”

  • Memory verse: “I give you a new command: Love each other. You must love each other as I have loved you. All people will know that you are my followers if you love each other.” John 13:34-35


  • Introduction:

  • Discussion Starters:

  • What decision have you recently made that you wish you could make over?

  • Give an example of a Biblical character who mad e bad decision and had to pay a high price.

  • Give an example of someone you know who has made good choices and it has turned their life around.

  • What choices do you have to make in the near future that you are dreading to make?

  • How much time do you spend in prayer and preparation getting ready to make important decisions?


  • I John 5:3-5

  • What is a great way for our faith to be strengthened?

  • Romans 12:2

  • How do you keep from being like the people of the world?

  • It’s pretty easy to make the right choices for a short period of time, what can we do for the long haul?


  • I Peter 2:9-12:

  • How do you plan to fight Satan off and remain faithful to God?

  • How do you encourage others to do the same?

  • How much time do you spend in “planning and praying” to make the right choices?


  • Genesis 3:1-7:

  • What caused the downfall of Adam and Eve and who caused it?

  • What choices should have been made by each of them?

  • Even though Eve partook of the tree does that mean Adam should have? Explain why or why not.


Worship not ritual lesson 3
Worship, Not RitualLesson 3

  • Prayer time:

  • The Word says: Psalm 122:1. I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord.

  • Introduction:

  • Discussion Starters:

  • What do you think of when you think of worship?



  • Mark 13:32-33:

  • What do these verses have to do with worship?

  • What does it mean to be on alert?

  • Acts 17:23; Matthew 15:8-9; John 4:23-24:

  • Revelation 4:8-11; Revelations 5:11-14; Revelations 7:9-12:


Let s make a difference out there lesson 4
Let’s Make a Difference Out ThereLesson 4

  • Prayer time:

  • The Word says: Christians are to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.

  • Memory verse:

    John 3:16: “For God so love the world that He gave His only begotten Son; that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life”


  • Introduction:

  • Discussion starters:

  • In what ways are you making a difference in your world?

  • Tell me three ways that we as a group could make a difference in our home, school, community or church.

  • What keeps us from doing the above suggestions?

  • What would a “stretch” for you as far as making a difference?

  • When is the last time you really prayed for God to give you the strength and knowledge to make a difference in the life of someone else?


  • Matthew 5:13-16:

  • What does Jesus mean by the “salt of the earth?”

  • How do we as Christians become tasteless?

  • What is meant by being the “light of the world?”

  • As a Christian young person want does verse 16 mean to you?

  • Matthew 6:1-4:

  • What is meant by “Practicing before men?”

  • Why will we not receive a gift in heaven for “bragging” on what we have done on earth?

  • What does it mean that we will be compared to hypocrites?


  • Galatians 6:9-10:

  • How may we keep from growing weary in doing good?

  • What is meant by the “household of faith?”


I really want to tell my friends about jesus lesson 5
I Really Want to Tell My Friends about JesusLesson 5

  • Prayer time:

  • The Word says: Christians are to g out and share Jesus with the lost and dying world.

  • Memory verse: Daniel 12:3; “And those who have insight will shine brightly like the brightness of the expanse of heaven, and those who lead the many to righteousness, like the stars forever and ever.”


  • Introduction:

  • Discussion starters:

  • Do you remember what it felt like the first time you got into a conversation about Jesus with someone who did not know Him as well as you? Explain.

  • What usually keeps us from sharing our salvation our salvation story with others?

  • Who in our group is not afraid to share Jesus with others and why do you think they are not afraid?


  • When is the last time, other than class, that you prayed for God to give you the strength and knowledge to share Jesus?

  • What can you do to improve your lifestyle so it will be easier to tell others about Jesus? We often live one way and talk another.

  • Matthew 28:19-20:

  • What does Jesus mean when He says go into all the nations or all the world?

  • What does baptism mean to you?


  • Mark 5:18-20: God to give you the strength and knowledge to share Jesus?

  • How do you think the man must have felt trying to tell people about what Jesus had done for him?

  • What changes do you need to make in your life so it will be easier for you to share Him.

  • What was the reaction of the man in these verses after Jesus healed him?


  • 3 John 5-8: God to give you the strength and knowledge to share Jesus?

  • In what ways do you support local ministers or missionaries?

  • What could we do as a group to help support those in foreign lands or in our own community?

  • How can you begin to prepare yourself t be a missionary or local minister?

  • Who is one person in your church that you really respect for doing local or foreign mission work?


  • Colossians 3:23-24: God to give you the strength and knowledge to share Jesus?

  • What does the Bible say about us doing spiritual works to impress men on earth?

  • Give an example of how you can “work heartily.”

  • Why do many young people dread doing a job that needs to be done, especially something at home?

  • What can you do to have a better attitude about sharing Jesus with others?


Encourage someone today lesson 6
Encourage Someone Today God to give you the strength and knowledge to share Jesus?Lesson 6

  • Prayer time:

  • The Word says: We should not be troubled or afraid but to trust in Him

  • Memory verse: John 14:27: “Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you; not as the world gives, do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful.”


  • Introduction: God to give you the strength and knowledge to share Jesus?

  • Discussion Starters:

  • Who is the most encouraging person you now and why?

  • When is the last time you encouraged someone and how did you encourage them?

  • How hard is it for you to be an encourager? Explain your answer.

  • How do you respond when someone encourages you? Explain your answer.


  • What Bible character encourages you more? Explain why this person is such an encourager.

  • How do you overcome discouraging situations?

  • Tell of a person who is in class today that is a great encouragement to you and why.

  • As a class, come up with five practical ways to become better encouragers.


  • I Peter 1:6-9: person is such an encourager.

  • What does it mean to be “distressed” by various trials?

  • How have you recently proved your faith in God?

  • How can we have faith in something that we have not seen?

  • How does this faith help us overcome discouragement?


  • James 1:2-6: person is such an encourager.

  • Why should we be joyful when we face trials in our lives?

  • Are these verses encouraging or discouraging to you?

  • How does testing our faith produce endurance?

  • When is the last time that you prayed for wisdom and what were the results?

  • Have you ever prayed and felt like God was not going to answer your prayer?

  • How discouraged do you get when God doesn’t answer your prayer the way you want Him to?


  • Philippians 4:6-8: person is such an encourager.

  • What is the last thing you felt anxious about?

  • How do you handle anxiety?

  • What do verses 6-7 say about overcoming anxiety?

  • According to verses 8-9 what things should we dwell on and why


  • II Corinthians 4:8-9: person is such an encourager.

  • What does verse 8 mean when it says we are afflicted but not crushed?

  • When have you been persecuted for being a Christian? Explain.

  • How did you feel about being persecuted?


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