11 >> final session
(Information to be translated into French)
la Leçon #12
DESTINATION DE CETTE SEMAINE: FRUIT DE
L'ESPRIT - SESSION FINALE
This is our final session we are going to
lean that Jesus warns against selfishness and greed.
Photocopy the Bible Verse Card, Fruit of the
Spirit review cards, crayons. Paper, scissors, glue, markers, large
poster paper. 2 slices of pie or cake, one large, one small. Paper
plates and apples.
LES ENFANTS ARRIVENT TOT A LA LECON (10
Get the children to colour the Bible Verse
Card and Fruit of the Spirit review cards prior to the lesson.
1. JEUX DE DEDUCTION: (10 minutes)
The teacher will have "slices of pie"
cut out of construction paper for children to place in a circle
and glue to another sheet of construction paper. On each "slice
of pie" the children will draw or write ways to be unselfish
in their own lives. Discuss the idea of giving up something to give
to someone else and encourage children to put these things into
practice in the coming week!
2. EQUIPE DE JEUX: (10 minutes)
Paper Plate and Fruit Relay
Divide the children into two teams put children into a line size
order smallest children first and fill in the bigger children behind
them to make the teams even.
Each team gets a paper plate with a round
fruit on the plate. At start the first child from each team runs,
balancing the apple on the plate to the end of the room and back
handing over to the second child and sits down, the second child
repeats the exercise balancing the fruit on the plate. If it falls
they have to return and start again.
First team with all members sitting wins.
3. ACTIVE LA LOUANGE (10 minutes)
des vidéos de louange et d'adoration en Français
4. ADORATTION PROFONDE (5 minutes)
a. “Back Track” Review (5
Last week we learnt that God has "planted" us here on
this earth and he expects us to produce good fruit in our life.
What kind of fruit does he expect?
(Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, gentleness, goodness,
faithfulness and self control.)
What can we do to help us produce the kind of fruit that God expects?
(Worship regularly, read God's Word, pray, fellowship and witness)
In last weeks lesson the owner of the vineyard is representative
of who? (God)
The keeper of the vineyard is representative of who? (Jesus)
And the tree represents who? (God's children, us)
Can anyone recall the Thomas Edison light bulb story, what did
Aren't you glad that we have a loving and forgiving God who gives
us a second chance?
Does anyone want to share a second chance God gave you?
b. Étude du verset
"Gardez-vous avec soin du désir de
posséder, sous toutes ses formes, car la vie d’un
homme, si riche soit-il, ne dépend pas de ses biens."
Française les aides visuelles de la Bible en vers
Creole les aides visuelles de la Bible en vers
c. Enseignez la leçon (15 minutes)
Les Aides Visuelles Leçon #12 Français
Les Aides Visuelles Leçon #12 Créoles
Story Time: One day (add a common
girls name) and (add a common boys name) came in from
school and wanted a snack. Their mother had baked a pie earlier in
the week and there was just enough left for each of them to have a
slice. "Let's have a piece of pie," suggested the little
boy. "I'll get the pie while you get us a glass of milk."
When he sliced the pie, it turned out like these two slices. One slice
was much larger than the other one. His sister poured each of them
a glass of milk and sat down at the table. When her brother brought
the pie and placed the small slice in front of her and kept the large
slice for himself.
"Look what you have done!" she cried. "You gave
me the small slice of pie and kept the big slice for yourself."
"Well, how would you have done it?" He asked.
"If I were serving the pie," she said, "I would
have given you the large slice and kept the smaller slice for myself."
"Well, what are you complaining about? That's exactly what
They both laughed and began eating their pie.
We might laugh at that story, but selfishness and greed is a very
serious subject. Every day we see people who not only want the biggest
slice of the pie for themselves, they want it all! Jesus told a
story about a man who was like that.
Read: Luke 12:13-21
The man in Jesus' story was very rich. He had a large, fertile
farm which produced very good crops. "What should I do?"
the man said to himself. "I have had such a large harvest
that I don't have room in my barns to store all of it."
What do you think the man did? (He kept it all for himself,
stored in a big Harvest Barn)
What should he have done? (He should have shared some of what
he had with those who didn't have very much.)
Do you think that is what the man did? (No)
No, instead he said, "I know what I will do. I will tear
down my barns and build bigger ones" Then I will say to
myself, 'You have plenty of everything. Enjoy it. Eat, drink,
and be merry.'"
God said to the rich man, "You fool! You will die this
very night. Then who will get everything?"
God is good and He has given most of us more than we need.
The question is, what will we do with what God has given to us?
Will we share it with those who don't have as much, or will we
greedily keep it for ourselves?
Remember the warning that Jesus gave to the listeners of his story.
"Watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed."
La Bible dit:
36 Si un homme parvenait à posséder le monde entier,
à quoi cela lui servirait-il, s’il perd sa vie?
19 Ne vous amassez pas des richesses sur
la terre où elles sont à la merci de la rouille, des
mites qui rongent, ou des cambrioleurs qui percent les murs pour
voler. 20 Amassez-vous plutôt des trésors dans le ciel,
où il n’y a ni rouille, ni mites qui rongent, ni cambrioleurs
qui percent les murs pour voler.
6. APPLICATION / RENCONTRER DIEU
Let the children come and quietly ask God
to show them ways that they can help others.
Allow time at the end to share what new thing
they are going to do to share what they have with others that don’t
have as much as them.
Share what this Series has meant to them.(Allow
Have they grown? (Allow for Testimonies)
PRIER DE CLOUTURE: Father,
you have blessed most of us with more than we need. Help us to be
generous and to share with those who may not have as much. Amen.