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Lesson Title: Words
Bible Reference: Proverbs 12:18-22
Target Age Group: Elementary to Middle School
Learning Context: Sunday School
Target Time Frame: 45 minutes
Memory Verse: “The words of the reckless pierce like swords, but the tongue of the wise brings healing.” Proverbs 12:18
Learning Aim: 1. Use your words to build others up, not tear them down.
Basic Supply List: 1. Bible 2. Chalk/Chalk board 3. Construction Paper 4. Markers
Optional Learning Activities: 1. Show the “Speak Life” video from TobyMac. Discuss the examples from the video of words helping or hurting others. 2. Play the “Encouragement Game”
Note: In the teaching plan below the words in italics are meant to be read aloud. The regular text is simply directions for the teacher.
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Introduction: Begin the class by greeting each student. Ask them to try to think of a time when someone said something that made them feel really good. What did they say? Allow a few students to share. Now, have them think of a time when someone said something to them that did not make them feel good. Write this question on the board (or just say it out loud) “Do the words that you say matter?” Allow the kids to consider this for a few minutes, possibly with a partner. Then lead a discussion about how the words we say affect those around us. In conclusion, the words we say have to power to make people feel a certain way, and we must always use our words to build people up.
Biblical Evidence: Ask the class to open their Bibles to Proverbs 12:18-22.
Read verse 12:18 with the class. Say, This verse helps us compare helpful words with hurtful words. We use reckless words when we just say something without thinking about how it may make the other person feel. When we stop and think before we speak, and we put the other...