7 June 2020 RCCG TEENS TEACHER'S MANUAL

7 June 2020 RCCG TEENS TEACHER'S MANUAL

RCCG TEENS TEACHER'S MANUAL LESSON FORTY-ONE (41) SUNDAY 7TH OF JUNE, 2020 TOPIC: LEARN TO APPRECIATE OTHERS

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BIBLE TEXT: 1 Thessalonians 5:13-16
[13]And to esteem them very highly in love for their work's sake. And be at peace among yourselves.
[14]Now we exhort you, brethren, warn them that are unruly, comfort the feebleminded, support the weak, be patient toward all men.
[15]See that none render evil for evil unto any man; but ever follow that which is good, both among yourselves, and to all men.
[16]Rejoice evermore.
MEMORY VERSE: Romans 12:10
[10]Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;
LESSON AIM: To teach the teens to appreciate others
CENTRAL TRUTH: A thank heart appreciates people
INTRODUCTION
Appreciation is recognition of the good qualities of someone or something, admiring certain things about someone and you let the person know. It is a form of valuing and making them feel welcome. When we appreciate, it is a form of worship and adoration to God.
7 June 2020 RCCG TEENS TEACHER'S MANUAL
*STUDY GUIDE*
A. How can we develop the character of appreciation. From our text:
1. Hold our people in the highest honour, i.e think highly of others
2. Love people wholeheartedly
3. Live in peace with each other
4. Encourage the disheartened
5. Help the weak
6. Be patient with everyone
7. Do not pay back wrong for wrong
8. Strive to do what is good to each other and for everyone
9. Finally, rejoice always
The opposite of appreciation is disrespect which stems from a proud and unthankful heart. Pride will not allow you to appreciate others because Al you will be thinking about is yourself, what you have done or what you can do.
B. DISCUSSION: Let us discuss these questions
1. Are you a person that naturally let's people know that they are worthy? If so, what happens when others are not appreciative of you?
2. What part does appreciation play in your relationship with church members, friends co-workers and family? Have you thanked people you know or with whom you work with buy your words as well as your personal example?
3. What happens to your relationship with God, with others, and with the opportunities God gives you when you neglect to be thankful and appreciative?
*CONCLUSION*: The act of appreciating people around us is not something that we are born with. We learn it. Some people learn it very early in life by virtue of the family they are born into. Maybe your parents are such that really appreciate people and as a child you just grow into it. Some discover along the line that they need to learn it.
*DEVOTION FOR THE WEEK*
*SUNDAY*: 2 Corinthians 8:1-10 - Excel in Giving
*MONDAY*: Romans 12:9-21 - Behave like a Christian
*TUESDAY*: Romans 15:1-5 - Bear Others Burden
*WEDNESDAY*: John 12:42-50 - Walk in the Light
*THURSDAY*: Luke 11:9-13 - Keep Asking
*FRIDAY*: Romans 15:7-13 - Glorify God
*SATURDAY*: Hebrews 9:20-28 - Our Mediator

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