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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?
I Corinthians 6:12
  • What is Paul telling us in this passage?
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
  • 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?
How does congregational worship help you through the week?
  • Why is it so important that we attend worship services? Give three good reasons.
  • Give three good reasons for NOT attending worship.
  • What part of worship draws you closer to God and why?
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”

  • 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.”
  • 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:
  • 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:
  • 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:
  • 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 TodayLesson 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.”
  • 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:
  • 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:
  • 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:
  • 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:
  • 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?