21/03/2021 – Jesus Is Praised

Bahan Alkitab: Mat 21:1-17; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:39-44, John 12:12-19

Tanggal: 21/03/2021

Ringkasan:

Points of Learning:
I.
Cognitive: Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey fulfills the prophecy of the ideal king bringing salvation and peace to his people. He conquered the true enemies of sin and death.
Affective: Children realised that Jesus is the King who frees us from the reign & power of sin and death.
Psychomotor: Children should live in righteousness and obedience to God.

II.
Cognitive: Many people praised Jesus for the great things He had done but the priests and religious leaders were jealous and angry.
Affective: Children realised that people who trust in Jesus as Lord will be able to praise God.
Psychomotor: Children count God’s blessings and truly praise Him daily.

Ayat Hafalan:

Psalms 34:1
I will bless the LORD at all times; his praise shall continually be in my mouth.

Bahan Tambahan:

2021-03-21-Jesus-Is-Praised-story-notes.pdf

Guru:Chia

21/02/2021 – Drawing Near To God Through Christ

Bahan Alkitab: Hebrew 9:1-15; 10:1-25; 13:15-16

Tanggal: 21/02/2021

Ringkasan:

Points of Learning:
I.
Cognitive: In God’s mercy He allowed sinful people to bring sacrifices by a high priest in order to be accepted by God.
Affective: Children realised that our sins separate us from God.
Psychomotor: Children turn away from sins and sincerely turn to God.
II.
Cognitive: Jesus our Savior is the perfect High Priest and the perfect sacrifice who can redeem us from the penalty of sin.
Affective: Children realised that animal sacrifice and imperfect priest never good enough to mediate for us.
Psychomotor: Through Jesus, we offer our praise & worship as sacrifice that is pleasing to God.

Ayat Hafalan:

1Pe 3:18
For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God.

Bahan Tambahan:

2021-02-21DrawingneartoGodthroughChrist.pdf

Guru:Chia

31/01/2021 – The Priests

Bahan Alkitab: Exodus 28, Exodus 39:1- 31, Numbers 3:5-9, Exodus 29:1 – 11, Leviticus 8:1- 10:5

Tanggal: 31/01/2021

Ringkasan:

1. God commanded Moses to build the tabernacle so He could dwell in the midst of his people.
2. Because sinful people could not enter the presence of the holy God, they needed someone to go for them, a mediator to seek forgiveness for their sins and reconciliation with the Lord. God chose Aaron and his descendants to be priests. God ordered the Levites to camp around the tabernacle, with Moses and the priests in front of the entrance.
3. Following God’s detailed instructions (Exodus 28), the workmen made beautifully ornate outer garments for Aaron, the high priest, out of the same expensive materials used in the tabernacle.
4. Each piece had a purpose and was rich with symbolism.
5. Using the phrase “as the LORD commanded Moses” seven times for emphasis, Exodus 39 attests that the workmen precisely carried out the directions God had given to Moses. This special clothing set the priests apart from the other people and from everyday activities.
6. Our pastors are not priestly mediators. They do lead us in worship, offering prayers on our behalf and preaching God’s Word to us, but they do not offer sacrifices for our sins. Jesus Christ is the Great High Priest and only Mediator between God and man. He made the final, all-sufficient sacrifice for sin by his death on the cross.
7. God did not choose Aaron and his sons to be priests because they were better than other people. Aaron was a sinner and was not worthy to enter the presence of the holy God. lt was only after he had offered a sacrifice for his own sins and was clothed in the garments God had prescribed that he could enter the holiest part of the tabernacle. So it is with us. Our sins would separate us from God forever if Jesus Christ had not offered himself as a sacrifice for us and clothed us in his righteousness.

Serving as representatives
1. Before the priests could wear the sacred garments and perform their duties in the tabernacle, the Lord required them to be consecrated, or set apart, for his service.
2. The consecration ceremony emphasized the priests’ personal need for cleansing and atonement. With every Israelite watching, Moses began by washing Aaron and his sons at the bronze basin in the tabernacle courtyard- symbolizing the removal of the sins that defiled the priests-then dressing them in the priestly clothing God had designed. Moses also offered three animal sacrifices.
3. The priests laid their hands on its head, identifying themselves with the animal and symbolically transferring their guilt to it. During the third sacrifice, Moses put some of the ram’s blood on the lobe of each priest’s right ear, the thumb of his right hand and the big toe of his right foot. This symbolized the priests’ being wholly consecrated to God, from head to toe. Those whom God had chosen to represent the people before him as priests also needed a representative, or substitute, because they themselves were sinners.
4. The contrast with our great High Priest is striking. Jesus Christ did not need to be cleansed or to offer sacrifices for himself, for he was sinless.
5. One day, perhaps revealing a prideful spirit because of their new position, Nadab and Abihu (first 2 sons of Aaron) grabbed their censers and offered incense before the Lord. Fire again came out from his presence, but instead of consuming a sacrificial substitute for sinners, this time it consumed the two who had chosen to disobey the holy God by worshiping him in their own way.

Ayat Hafalan:

Exodus 29:45-46
I will dwell among the people of Israel and will be their God.
And they shall know that I am the Lord their God, who brought them out of the land of Egypt that I might dwell among them. I am the Lord their God.

Guru:Harry Koh

17/01/2021 – Building The Tabernacle

Bahan Alkitab: Exo 35:30-35; 36-37; 25:8-9

Tanggal: 17/01/2021

Ringkasan:

Points of Learning:
I.
Cognitive: God initiated the building of the tabernacle that He may dwell in their midst.
Affective: Children are grateful that the Lord sent the Savior and dwells in their hearts.
Psychomotor: As God’s Children, they want to talk to God and read His words.
II.
Cognitive: In making the tabernacle, God provided materials & skills for them. He guides them to acceptable ways of worship.
Affective: Children are grateful for God’s grace that as sinners they can come & worship God.
Psychomotor: Children learn to worship God in respect and holiness. e.g.: pay close attention in Sunday school.

Ayat Hafalan:

Hebrews 12:28b
…let us offer to God acceptable worship, with reverence and awe.

Bahan Tambahan:

2021-01-17BuildingTheTabernacleStoryNotes.docx

Guru:Chia

27/12/2020 – Gifts For The King

Bahan Alkitab: Mat 2:1-12

Tanggal: 27/12/2020

Ringkasan:

Points of Learning:
I.
Cognitive: Kingdom of God has come for the gentiles too. Led by a star from God, the Wise Men came to worship Him. They also give gifts.
Affective: Children thank God for calling them to be His children too.
Psychomotor: Children share what gifts they wanted to give to God.
II.
Cognitive: The gifts of the Magi symbolize the offices of Christ as King and Priest. Jesus Himself fulfilled 3 offices as the best gift for His people.
Affective: Children thank God for coming to the earth to give us the gift of salvation.
Psychomotor: As His children while waiting for Christ’s second coming, they live life as good servants of God.

Ayat Hafalan:

Ephesians 2:8
For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God

Bahan Tambahan:

2020Dec27GiftsfortheKing-StoryNotes.docx

Guru:Chia

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