SUBJECT: CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
TERM: 1ST TERM
CLASS: PRIMARY 6
TOPIC: The importance of Paul’s conversion
God had very special work for Paul to do. The gospel of Jesus Christ had to be spread to all parts of the world, and Paul was God’s chosen instrument to make that happen.
After his conversion and baptism, Paul began to proclaim that Jesus is the Christ. He spoke to very many people about the gospel, including kings, rulers, Jewish and Roman leaders, and other people who had never heard the gospel before – even those who lived in faraway nations.
Paul received a lot of revelations and instructions from God and was able to write them down very clearly so that Christians and non-Christians could understand the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are benefiting from Paul’s writing today because he wrote many of the books of the New Testament.
1 We should not hate Christians or the message of Christianity because it is God’s message.
2 It is important to be baptized and filled with the Holy Spirit as Christians.
3 We are the Body of Jesus Christ. We should take good care of ourselves because Jesus feels whatever we feel.
ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
1 give reasons for Paul’s proposed mission to Damascus.
2 describe what happened to Paul on the way to Damascus.
3 explain the baptism and mission of Paul.
4 explain the importance of Paul’s conversion.
Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding.
1 Give two reasons why Saul was travelling to Damascus.
2 Describe what happened to Saul on his way to Damascus.
3 What work did God have for Paul to do?
4 Why was Paul’s conversion important?
5 Who was the owner of the voice that Saul heard on his way to Damascus.
Fill in the gaps with the correct answers that complete the sentences.
6 Paul was a ________________ man and also a ______________ citizen.
7 After Saul regained his sight, he ____________ and ____________.
Choose the correct answers to the questions below.
8 What was the name of the man whose house Saul stayed at in Damascus?
A Phillip B Ananias C Judas
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