Topic: Paul preaches to different people
Duration: 40 mins
Reference: Comprehensive Christian Religious Knowledge for primary schools book 6
Previous knowledge: Pupils are familiar with Paul’s conversion
Objective: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to;
The call of Paul and Barnabas
A group of believers came together to serve the Lord with fasting at Antioch. Some of them were prophets and teachers. When they were praying, the Holy Spirit told them to put Barnabas aside so that they could do a special work for him.
Paul spoke about Jesus in different towns
When Paul left the believers, he went to different towns to different towns to tell people about Jesus. One of the places he went to was Antioch in Pisidia where he told them about Jesus. He also went to Lystra, Derbe and Corinth to tell people about Jesus the Messiah.
Paul’s meeting with Jews and Gentiles
Paul met two groups in town where he talked about Jesus. The first group was the Jews. They were children of Abraham who were called Israelites. Paul wanted them to believe in Jesus as the Saviour. Many of them did not like what Paul told them. The second group was the Gentiles. People of other races and tribes were commonly called Gentiles so as to separate them form the children of Israel (Jew). Gentiles worshipped different gods, they were converted after Paul preached about the Almighty God.
Towns Paul visited
Importance of missionary work
The men and women who go to other towns and cities so that they can speak to people about Jesus are called missionaries. Their work is important because they lead people in the right way. They help people to change their way of life and serve God Almighty. They also pray for the people who have problems and care for them.
Step I: Teacher revises previous lesson with pupils
Step II: Teacher introduces and explains new topic to pupils
Step III: Pupils are allowed to ask questions
Step IV: Teacher writes note on the board for pupils
Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary.
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