Week 3: Jesus’ Sacrifice on the Cross

Lesson: Theme: Jesus’ Sacrificial Love Scripture: John 3:16-17 Main Point: Jesus died for our sins.

Opening Prayer: (By invitation)

Activity: Symbols of Sacrifice Instructions: Provide various symbols or images representing sacrifice, such as a cross, a crown of thorns, or a lamb. Display these symbols and ask the teenagers to reflect on the significance of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross. Engage them in a discussion about the depth of Jesus’ love and His willingness to give His life for our redemption.

Summary: In this lesson, we delved into the sacrificial love of Jesus. Through the symbols of sacrifice activity, the teenagers contemplated the profound meaning of Jesus’ death on the cross and His victory over sin. They were reminded of the immeasurable love that compelled Jesus to lay down His life for their sake.

Scripture Memorization: John 3:16 – “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (Due by next week)

Possible Refreshment: Communion Elements Serve grape juice and small pieces of bread to the teenagers, symbolizing the body and blood of Jesus in communion. Encourage them to reflect on the significance of Jesus’ sacrifice as they partake in the elements.

Closing Prayer: (By invitation)

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