Intro) The Law of God and the Three Uses of the Law
Students and parents, after watching the online video, discuss the questions and fill in your responses.
Student Name *
First and Last Name of Student
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Parent/Guardian Name *
First and last name of parent/guarding discussing the questions and helping to fill out the responses.
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First Use of the Law: How has a law, instruction, or guideline helped you or protected you? *
Be specific. Describe a scenario or incident. Think about all the rules and regulations that govern our schools, society, and civilization. How are they benefitting you?
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First Use of the Law: When has a law, instruction, or guideline stopped you from doing something evil? *
Again, be specific. Talk about a time where you may not have wanted to follow the rules, but you did anyway. How does that benefit our community?
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First Use of the Law: What's you favorite law, instruction, rule, or code? *
This doesn't need to be from the bible. List any rule or law that you think is good or should be strengthened. How does this particular law impact your life?
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Second Use of the Law: When have you felt most in need of God? *
Tell a story about a time when you realized how much you had failed or messed up and you needed help and/or forgiveness.
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Second Use of the Law: What's the toughest of God's laws for you to follow? *
What makes it hard for you to follow that particular instruction?
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Third Use of the Law: When have you shown love without expecting anything in return? *
Share a story about selfless love. If you cannot think of an episode, plan a way in which you can show love selflessly and write that instead.
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Third Use of the Law: Which one of God's instructions would you most like to follow completely? *
In the bible, God gives us a many ways to show love. Which way stands out to you as an area where you want to do better?
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Question for Pastor Aaron *
Write a question for Pastor Aaron and the class to discuss on Sunday concerning this lesson. Be honest. Pastor Aaron won't say who wrote which questions in class.
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