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Adult YPWW Bible Study Outline Titled:

    

                    “Physical Problems”

 

Adult YPWW Teacher: Minister Hines

DATE: 09/28/2014  -

Lesson Four

 

Before we venture into The Word of God, it behooves us to enquire about state of your soul.  If you are already a son or daughter of The Living God, then join us as we go deeper into God’s Holy Word.  Our outline has been designed to ideally work, in conjunction with The Adult YPWW Manuel, to equip you for classroom discussions.  The practical applications, of which, you can then apply to your daily faith walk.  “As iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friends.” (Proverbs 27:17)  Now being friends of ours, please proceed into the lesson outline. 

 

If you are not a son or daughter of Christ, and you are desirous to know The Lord as your personal savior; then [We] you “can have forgiveness through Jesus, who died for [our] your sins on The Cross…” (1 Peter 2:24).  “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth The Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.” (Romans 10:9). If these first two qualifications have been met in your heart, repeat this very simple prayer.  “Jesus, I accept you as my Lord and Savior.  God, in Jesus’ name, please forgive me of all my sin.”  And that’s it!  You are now a child of God: Forgiven and cleansed from all your sins, by The Blood of Jesus-The Christ. 

 

As such, God has another work of His grace that He would bestow upon you!  And that is the baptism of The Holy Spirit (Acts 19:1-7).  In relation to receiving the baptism of The Holy Spirit please either contact The Pastor, Ministerial Staff, or President of The Holy Tabernacle Church of God In Christ YPWW Department, by using the information provided on this website. Now having thus been made a new creature in Christ Jesus (2 Corinthians 5:17), come and go with us as we go deeper into The Word of God.) Now being friends of ours, please continue to the lesson outline. 

 

Now because that you have taken the time to appreciate and love God by studying His Holy Word, we pray that God would multiple the sown seeds of His Word, in your life and the lives of your families, a thousand fold over, so that thereby the fame of God’s name would be lauded throughout the world, and that your soul; as well as, the soul’s of your families might become like beautifully watered gardens.

 

I.       LESSON TEXT: MARK 1:40-42

 

A) MEMORY VERSE: “HEAL THE SICK, CLEANSE THE LEPERS, RAISE THE DEAD, CAST OUT DEVILS: FREELY YE HAVE RECEIVED, FREELY GIVE.” MATTHEW 10:8

 

B) LESSON AIM: HIGHLIGHT THE NEED FOR CHRISTIANS TO MINISTER AND WITNESS TO THOSE WHO HAVE PHYSICAL PROBLEMS.

 

C) KEY TERMS TO DEFINE AND UNDERSTAND:

  1. PHYSICAL
  2. SICK
  3. DEAD

 

II.      Mark:

  1. Who was Mark?
  2. In his writings, which part of Christ’s Office and Divine character did Mark emphasize?
  3. How does Mark’s emphasis of Christ’s Office and Divine character relate to our lesson topic?

 

III.    The Temple & the tithe offering system:

  1. For what intention was Solomon’s Temple designed and built? (2 Samuel 7)
  2. Describe the materials used to construct Solomon’s Temple. (2 Chronicles 3, 4)  
  3. Describe the dedication of Solomon’s Temple. (2 Chronicles 6; 7:5-7)
  4. What gave Solomon’s Temple its glorious appearance? (2 Chronicles 7:1)
  5. Where was Solomon’s Temple built? (2 Chronicles 5:1-2)
  6. As part of The Temple worship system that God instituted, there were three recipients of the tithes. Name them, and relating to our lesson text explain why God chose this method to disperse the tithes (Numbers 18:21-28; Deuteronomy 14:22-26; 28-29; 1991 COGIC Official Manuel Pages 152-154) 
  7. Describe how sub-sections A through F, of section III, and sub-sections A through C of section II relate to our lesson text.

 

IV.    Oppression of the poor:

  1. What eventually happened to Solomon’s Temple? (Jeremiah 52:4-14)
  2. Besides the sin of idolatry, what other aggravating iniquities of the ancient Israelites brought about their captivity and the destruction of Solomon’s Temple? (Amos 2:6; Jeremiah 22:13-17; Isaiah 5:5-8)  
  3. Why were these iniquities so egregious to God? (Exodus 20:1-17)

 

V.      Application:

A) Synthesize the vital elements of this lesson   

                        into a written plan of action to improve your

                         Christian service. 

                B)  Present this written plan of action at YPWW Class       

 

VI.    Conclusion:

 

Well, we’ve completed another exciting Bible Study Outline TOGETHER!  Now we pray that you and your family would join us this Sunday evening for the classroom component of our Bible Study.  We have YPWW Classes designed to accommodate your children.  If you know your bible, The YPWW Department needs you.  If you don’t know your bible, then you need The YPWW Department.  We look forward to seeing you! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM

 

 

LESSON 3 OUTLINE for  09/23/2014

 

 

LESSON TEXT: PSALM 42:1-11

 

MEMORY VERSE: “HE RESTORETH MY SOUL:HE LEADETH ME IN THE PATHS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS FOR HIS NAME’S SAKE.” PSALM 23:3

 

LESSON AIM: TO HIGHLIGHT THE NEED FOR CHIRSTIANS TO MINISTER TO THOSE THAT HAVE PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS:

 

KEY TERMS TO UNDERSTAND:

 

1) PSYCHOLOGICAL-RELATING TO THE MIND, OR THE STUDY OF THE MIND.

 

2) RESTORE-TO RETURN TO AN EARLIER CONDITION BY REPAIRING IT, OR CLEANING IT. 

 

3) SOUL-SELF, LIFE, PERSON, APPETITE, MIND, LIVING BEING.

 

 

SECTION 1: The conflict between sense and faith.

 

I.                Psalm 42:1-11

 

A) 42:1, 2-The conflict between sense and faith.  Faith begins with holy desires towards God and communion with Him.

 

B)  42:3, 4- Sense complains of darkness and cloudiness of the present condition, aggravated by the remembrance of the former condition.

 

C) 42:3, 4- Faith silences the complaint with the assurance of a good issue at last.

 

D)42:5- Sense renews its complaint of the present dark and melancholy state.

 

E)  42:6, 7- Faith holds up the heart, notwithstanding, with hope that the day will dawn.

 

F)    42: 8, 9, 10- Sense repeats its lamentations and sighs out the same remonstrance it had before making its grievances.

 

G)  42:11- Faith gets the last word and silences sense.  Faith prevails and carries the day.

 

 

SECTION 2: The cause of, and solution to David’s psychological issues.

 

II.            David

 

A) In the day of David’s trouble, what specific tactic of the enemy brought David the most psychological problems? (Psalm 42:3, 10)

 

B)  To whom did David attribute his problems? (Psalm 42:7)

 

C) Juxtapose between Psalm 42:7 with Jonah 2:3.

 

D) Juxtapose Psalm 42:5 with 1 Samuel 30:1-6.

 

E)  Juxtapose Psalm 42:8, 9 with Psalm 142.

 

F)   Juxtapose Psalm 42 with Psalm 23.

 

 

Section 3: Response of The Church of God in Christ

 

III.       The Church of God in Christ

 

A)According to sections 1, 2, 3, 5, on pages 121 through 128 of the 1991 Church of God in Christ Official Manuel, what is our church’s position concerning the psychological problems of man that are brought on by alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, gambling?

 

B) Where does our Church get the authority from to make her stances on the above-mentioned?

 

C) What is the power that restore’s man from debilitating psychological problems? (I Corinthians 13)  

 

 

IV.      Conclusion:

 

A)Meditate upon a time in the past that you’ve experienced psychological problems, brought on by your own sin or not, and how God delivered you. 

 

B) What do the facts of how God delivered you do, when thinking about the present troubling circumstances of your life?

 

 

 

 

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MORAL PROBLEMS

 

Lesson 2 Outline

 

Lesson Text: Highlight the need for Christians to minister to people with moral problems.

 

Lesson Text: The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.  Jeremiah 8:20

Key terms that you will have to define: 1) Minister 2) Moral 3)Saved

 

  1. Jeremiah
  1. Who was Jeremiah?
  2. What type of message had God given Jeremiah to preach?
  3. Why had God given Jeremiah this type of message?   
  4. What is the context of Jeremiah 8:20?

 

After countless admonitions, why hadn’t the people come back to their God?  How is that answer similar to the condition of man in Genesis 6:5?  According to The Bible, where is the foundation of moral decisions found in man (Matthew 12:35)? What is wrong with man’s heart (Jeremiah 17:9)?  How did that state come about (Genesis 2:16-25; 3:1-24)?  What was God’s remedy for the heart of man (Ezekiel 36:26) (Luke 4:1-21)?  How was the good news about God’s remedy for the depraved heart of mankind to be spread throughout the earth (Matthew 28:1-20)?  As Christians, what are our responsibilities towards God and our fellow man relating to The Gospel of Jesus Christ (2Corinthians 17-21)?

In what ways can you witness to the morally depraved world about Jesus Christ?        

                Men Day                                                 Usher & Nurses' Day

       September 11-14, 2014                                 November 23, 2014


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