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The Parable of the Sheep & Goats. Learning Objectives. To be able to re-tell the parable of the sheep & goats. To understand that the parable is teaching about judgement of humans. A parable is a story with a meaning. There are many parables in the New Testament section of the Bible.

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Learning Objectives

  • To be able to re-tell the parable of the sheep & goats.
  • To understand that the parable is teaching about judgement of humans.
a parable is a story with a meaning
A parable is a story with a meaning

There are many parables in the New Testament section of the Bible

Jesus used parables to help teach people

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To help teach the people about how to live and about final judgement Jesus told them the parable of the sheep and goats

Read the Parable of the Sheep & Goats

Matthew 25:31-46

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ACTIVITY 1

Read the Parable of the Sheep & Goats

Matthew 25:31-46

activity 2
ACTIVITY 2

Discuss in pairs the main teaching points of the parable

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The bad/unrighteous

The Good/righteous

G O A T S

S H E E P

Didn’t give food

Gave food

Didn’t give drink

Gave drink

Didn’t give shelter

Gave shelter

Didn’t give clothes

Gave clothes

Didn’t look after the sick

Looked after the sick

Didn’t visit those in jail

Visited those in jail

H E L L

H E A V E N

key teachings
Key teachings

At the end of the world God will judge people on their behaviour & the choices they have made.

God will separate the good from the bad like a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.

On his right will be the GOOD (sheep). They will be with him in heaven.

On his left will be the bad (goats). They will be sent away from him to hell.

God judges us on how we treat our fellow humans. As we are all created in His image.

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Another Christian response to the problems of evil & suffering

God created us free to make our own choices & behave however we choose.

However, at the end of the world we will be held accountable by God.

Those who do good will be rewarded.

Those who do bad will be punished.

Therefore, God does care, does have power and does take responsibility.