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THE HOLY SPIRIT MAKES US TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER

SUBJECT: CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

TERM: THIRD TERM

WEEK: WEEK 5

CLASS: PRIMARY 5

DURATION: 40 MINUTES

TOPIC: THE HOLY SPIRIT MAKES US TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER

UNITS:

  • REASONS WHY WE SHOULD LOVE ONE ANOTHER
  • HOW WE DEMONSTRATE OUR LOVE TO ONE ANOTHER
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF LOVING ONE ANOTHER
  • GUIDE OUR TALENTS PROPERLY –  MATTHEW 25: 14 – 30

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this Module, Pupils should be able to:

  • Explain  How The Holy Spirit  teaches us to love one another
  • How we can demonstrate love to one another.

TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS

  • The Holy Bible
  • My Book Of Bible Stories

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  • The Holy Bible
  • My Book Of Bible Stories
  • Universal Basic Education Curriculum.
  • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum for Primary Schools.
  • Online Materials.
  •  Christian Religious Studies for Primary Schools.

                        MODULE CONTENT

Memory verse: Matthew 25: 21

Bible reference: 2 TIMOTHY 1: 7

 REASONS WHY WE SHOULD LOVE ONE ANOTHER

  1. God our heavenly father is love
  2. God wants us to learn how to love one another
  3. God almighty is the creator off all things.

THE HOLY SPIRIT MAKES US FAITHFUL DISCIPLES 

The only spirit make us a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ. Using Stephen as a practical example. He was a deacon at the church in Jerusalem. He was full of the Holy Spirit, he performed remarkable miracles. He preached the word of God to the Jews. While he preached some people from the other synagogues hated Stephen because he always speak the truth. So they secretly stir up men against him saying that he spoke disrespectful words against Moses and God. This make the people angry both the scribes and the elders.

    They took Stephen to the council and set up false witnesses against him. Yet he was not afraid because he was filled with the Holy Spirit.

When he look up to heaven he saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God. He told the people what he saw, they took him out of the city and stoned him to death. Even as they were stoning him he prayed with a loud voice that the lord should not hold their sin against them. Stephen was faithful to the Gospel of Christ even at death point.

THE HOLY SPIRIT GUIDE OUR TALENTS PROPERLY

         The Holy Spirit guides us to use our talent properly. God will not be happy if we mis- use our talent.

           Using the parable of Jesus Christ. A Master was going on a journey before he left for the journey he told his three servant to take care of his property and he gave five talent to one, two talents to the second servant and one talent to the third servant. When a returned after a long time. He asked the servant how they have used the talent he gave to them before leaving.

  The first servant who have five talent have gained five more talent, The second servant he gave two talent had also gained two more, The third servant who had only one talent did not use the talent for anything, so he didn’t gained anything. The master was angry with the third servant and collected the talent and gave it to the one with ten talent. The one that did not use his talent was called unfaithful servant and was thrown out of his master palace.

 This shows that we need the Holy Spirit so that he will guide us to make effective use of our talent else our talent will be taken from us.

PRESENTATION

  • The Teacher revises the previous lesson.
  • The Teacher introduces the topic.
  • The Teacher explains the lessons.

EVALUATIVE ACTIVITIES

  • Explain  How The Holy Spirit Makes Us Faithful Disciples
  • Explain How We Can  Guide Our Talents Properly

CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson.

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