Topic outline

  • 1/23/2018

    Finish producing presentations for chapel.

    • 1/24/2018

      Show projects in class describing various sections of Matthew 7.

      • 1/25/2018

         Review for test - Sermon on mount, Beatitudes, books of the N. T. 

        *Note: Presentations went longer than anticipated, so review will be Friday and test Monday.  Today will finish the input on the Sermon on the Mount.

          - Recognizing false prophets

           - Differences between the Sermon on the Mount and the Sermon on the Plain (Luke)



        • 1/26/2018

          Review for test on Sermon on the Mount including the Beatitudes illustrated, all material from the sermon, plus the New Testament books in order.

          • 1/29/2018

            Test - Sermon on the mount

            Begin work on the parables of Jesus

            • THE DEFINITION OF "PARABLE"

            •  

            •   A. THE WORD "PARABLE"...

            •      1. Is a transliteration of the Greek "parabole" (para-bow-LAY)

            •      2. Means "to place beside, to cast alongside"

            •      3. As defined by Vine's Expository Dictionary of N.T. Words, it "signifies a placing of one thing beside another with a view to comparison"

            •      4. A parable is:

            •         a. a story that places one thing beside another for the purpose of teaching"

            •         b. a story that puts the known next to the unknown so that we may learn

            •      5. A parable can usually be identified by the use of the word "like" - cf. Mt 13:31,33

            •  


            • 1/30/2018

              Understanding Parables

              1. Is usually a story or narrative drawn from nature or human circumstances
              2. From which spiritual lessons can be made by comparison
                    -- A common definition of a parable is "an earthly story with a heavenly meaning"
              3. THE PRIMARY PURPOSE WAS TO "CONCEAL"...
                a. Jesus began speaking in parables because of the hardness of many people's hearts - cf. Mt 13:10-17
                 b. By resorting to parables, Jesus effectively separated the truth-seekers from the curiosity-seekers!
                    - Those seeking the truth would say "Explain to us the parable..." - Mt 13:36
                    - Whereas the simply curious could easily be sent away
              4. Indeed, Jesus used parables to carry out Divine judgment...  Mt 13:12
                     a. "For whoever has (a good heart, listening ears), to him more will be given, and he will have abundance (by virtue  of the parable being explained)"
                      b. "But whoever does not have (a good heart, listening ears), even what he has will be taken away from him (by virtue of being sent away with the multitude)"

               

              • 1/31/2018

                The subject matter of parables

                A. THE GENERAL THEME IS "THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN"...
                     1. As suggested by Mt 13:11
                     2. Several parables start with
                        "The kingdom of heaven is like..."
                     3. Indeed, "the kingdom of heaven" was the theme of...
                         a. Jesus' itinerant ministry - Mt 4:17,23
                         b. His sermon on the mount - Mt 5:3,10,19-20; 6:10,33; 7:21
                B. The character of the KINGDOM - for example...
                        a. The Parable of the Mustard Seed
                        b. The Parable of the Leaven
                        c. The Parable of the Hidden Treasure
                        d. The Parable of the Pearl of Great Price
                C.  The character of the KING - for example...
                        a. The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard
                        b. The Parable of the Lost Son
                 D. The character of the KING'S SUBJECTS - for example...
                        a. The Parable of the Good Samaritan
                        b. The Parable of the Persistent Widow


                • 2/5/2018

                  Look at the following parables with the students first reading the parables, then watching a modernization. (Parables Remix) They then write on whether the modernization hits or misses the point of the parable and why.

                  1. The Good Samaritan - Luke 10:25 - 37

                  2. The Talents - Matthew 25:14-25:30

                  3. The Lost Coin - Luke 15:8-10

                  4.  The Hidden Treasure - Matthew 13:44

                  5.  The Unmerciful Servant - Luke 10:30-37

                  • 2/6/2018

                    Look at the following parables with the students first reading the parables, then watching a modernization. (Parables Remix) They then write on whether the modernization hits or misses the point of the parable and why.

                    Parable of the Rich Fool -Luke 12:16-21 

                    Parable of the Two sons - Matthew 21:28-31 

                    Rich Man and Lazarus - Luke 16:19-31

                    The Barren Fig Tree - Luke 21:29-33

                    The Wise and Foolish Builders - Matthew 7:24–27


                    • 2/7/2018

                      1. Read - https://bible.org/seriespage/1-introduction-miracles-jesus

                        Respond:  Why is the context of a miracle important to its understanding?

                      2. PPt on the miracles

                          * Practice on miracle of blind man healed - John 9

                          * Besides the miracle, what deeper things might Jesus be teaching by doing this miracle.  Written responses of 3 sentences or more.

                      • 2/8/2018

                        Continuing to look at miracles

                        1.      Do a study in the Bible concerning miracles…where, when, to whom did they happen.

                        2.      Talk about the results in the whole group

                        3.      Look at the PowerPoint input on miracles

                        4.   Read - https://bible.org/seriespage/2-cursing-fig-tree-0

                          Respond:  Why is the context of a miracle important to its understanding?

                        5. PPt on the miracles

                            * Practice on another miracle

                            * Besides the miracle, what deeper things might Jesus be teaching by doing this miracle.  Written responses of 2 sentences or more.


                               



                        • 2/9/2018

                          https://bible.org/seriespage/3-turning-water-wine

                          1. Read - https://bible.org/seriespage/turning-water-wine

                            Respond:  Why is the context of a miracle important to its understanding?

                          2. PPt on the miracles

                              * Practice on another miracle

                              * Besides the miracle, what deeper things might Jesus be teaching by doing this miracle.  Written responses of 3 sentences or more.

                          3. Talk about service project at Sunnyside

                           


                          • 1/12/2018

                            1. Review for test on parables and miracles of Jesus

                            2. Talk about the miracle of virgin birth and resurrection.  Why are they important to the faith?

                            • 1/13/2018

                              1. Test on parables and miracles

                              2. Begin introduction to the I Am statements

                              1. I am the bread of life6:35, 48, 51
                              2. I am the light of the world8:12; 9:5
                              3. I am the door of the sheep10:7, 9
                              4. I am the good shepherd10:11, 14
                              5. I am the resurrection and the life11:25
                              6. I am the way, the truth, and the life14:6
                              7. I am the true vine
                              8. "I, I am"
                              15:1
                              8:58

                              • 1/14/2018

                                1. Read article - http://faithisland.org/bible/the-7-i-am-statements-of-jesus-explained/

                                2. Write a paragraph or two about what aspect of this is most meaningful to you and why.

                                3. Look at the "I, I am" statement and consider what Jesus was claiming in it (investigate with word search and looking in the Old Testament"

                                4. Begin introduction into the last week of Jesus' life

                                    a. All gospels have record of this

                                   b. John takes the last half of the gospel to record just the last week in detail


                                • 1/15/2018

                                  1. Look at the last week chronology

                                  Six Days Before The Passover
                                  MatthewMarkLukeJohn
                                     12:1
                                  Five Days Before The Passover
                                  MatthewMarkLukeJohn
                                  21:1-1111:1-1019:29-4412:12-19
                                  Four Days Before The Passover
                                  MatthewMarkLukeJohn
                                  21:18-1911:11-1819:45-4812:20-36
                                  Three Days Before The Passover
                                  MatthewMarkLukeJohn
                                  21:18-25:4611:20-13:3720:1-21:36 
                                  Two Days Before The Passover
                                  MatthewMarkLukeJohn
                                  26:1-1614:1-1122:1-312:2-8
                                  One Day Before The Passover
                                  MatthewMarkLukeJohn
                                  26:17-5614:12-5222:7-5313:1-18:1
                                  2. Read article concerning the last week of Jesus life 
                                  https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/390-did-jesus-eat-the-passover-supper

                                  • 2/16/2018

                                    1. Watch the video "The Bible" - Last Week of Jesus life

                                    2. Write:

                                        5 things you did not know

                                        5 things the video got wrong


                                    • 2/19/2018

                                      1. Finish "The Bible" last week of Jesus life

                                      2. Find 5 more things you did not know

                                          Find 5 more things the video got wrong

                                      • 2/20/2018

                                        1. Look at the seven last words of Jesus

                                        • Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. Luke 23:34. ...
                                        • Today you will be with me in paradise. Luke 23:43. ...
                                        • Behold your son: behold your mother. ...
                                        • My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? ...
                                        • I thirst. ...
                                        • It is finished. ...
                                        • Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.

                                        2. Read article on what the words mean (8-4a) 

                                        3. Put yourself in Jesus place.  What are the last things you might think about and say? List your seven last statements.


                                        • 1/21/2018

                                          Review for test - 8 I Am statements, 7 last words, last week of Jesus life.

                                          • 2/22/2018

                                            1. Test on the last week of Jesus life

                                            2. Begin unit on the Olivet Discourse if time permits

                                            • 2/23/2018

                                              Begin an introduction to the Oliveat discourse. 

                                              • 2/26/2018

                                                Group of Signs

                                                                                    Matthew         Luke                 Revelation

                                                False Christs                24:4 &5           21:4                 6:1-2

                                                Wars                            24:6                 21:9&10          6:3-4

                                                Famines                       24:7                 21:11               6:5-6

                                                Death                          24:7-8              21:12               6:7-8

                                                Martyrs                       24:9                 21:24               6:9-11

                                                Global Upheaval         24:10-13          21:25               6:12-17


                                                • 2/27+28/2018

                                                  1. Finish Matthew 24

                                                  2. Look at Matthew 25

                                                       a. The 10 maidens

                                                       b. The Master leaves for a long time

                                                       c. The final exam

                                                  3. Prepare presentations on Matthew 25:31-46 or heaven or hell - Rubric below


                                                  • 3/1+2/2018

                                                    Continue on Project on Matthew 25, heaven and hell

                                                    • 3/5/2018

                                                      1. Finish Presentations on Heaven, Hell, and Matthew 25

                                                      2. Look at Heaven and Hell from a biblical perspective

                                                      3. 8 facts about hell

                                                          

                                                      1.Hell Exists
                                                      2.Not on Earth
                                                      3.Eternal
                                                      4. Final

                                                       5. Fire and Torment

                                                      6. Darkness

                                                      7. Hopelessness

                                                      8. Don’t have to go


                                                      • 3/6/2018

                                                        Read Acts 1-7

                                                        Write a 1-2 page paper in which you select 5 major turning points for the church.  This should be done in paragraph form and reasons why you selected each of these.

                                                        • 3/7/2018

                                                          1. Finish the presentations on Matthew 25

                                                          2. Talk about yesterday's writing assignment

                                                          • 3/8+9/2018

                                                            1. Look at the story of the conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch and emphasize the historical links to this story

                                                            2. Show the segment of the video from "the Bible" about the conversion of Saul

                                                                 a. Notice the tenacity of Saul at persecuting Christians

                                                                 b. Emphasize the importance of this conversion to the church

                                                            3. Have the students research which churches were planted on Paul's missionary tours

                                                            4. Review the material found by the students via powerpoint 

                                                            • 3/12/2018

                                                              1. Look at the Gentile influx into the church

                                                                  a. The conversion of Cornelius

                                                                  b. Paul's ministry to the Gentiles (show segment from "The Bible" of Paul selecting Luke

                                                                   c. Note the change in Acts from being Peter centered to being Paul Centered

                                                              2. Question: Who was most responsible for setting the theology of the church, Peter or Paul?  Justify your answer.

                                                              • 3/13/2018

                                                                1. Look at the critical decision made at the Jerusalem Council 

                                                                2. The decisions were critical: Converted Pharisees were imposing Jewish laws (circumcision) on the faith community

                                                                     a. Paul and Barnabas sent to clear up disagreement
                                                                     b. Christians are saved by faith alone
                                                                          ●No more need for Jewish ritual laws
                                                                          ●Luke’s compromise:  Refrain from:
                                                                                 - Idolatry (summary 1 Cor 10)
                                                                                 - Blood (Gen 9:4;   Lev 3:17; 17:10-14) Meats of strangled animals
                                                                                 - Sexual Immorality (1 Cor 10: 
                                                                3. Look at how these standards were used at New Eden Fellowship

                                                                • 3/14/2018

                                                                  THE SECOND MISSIONARY JOURNEY OF PAUL (Act 15:36-18:22)

                                                                  1. The separation of Paul and Barnabas (Act 15:36-41)
                                                                  2. The addition of Timothy to Paul and Silas (Act 16:1-5)
                                                                  3. The call to come to Macedonia (Act 16:6-10)
                                                                  4. The conversion of Lydia in Philippi (Act 16:11-15)
                                                                  5. The conversion of the Philippian jailer (Act 16:16-40)
                                                                  6. The proclamation of Christ in Thessalonica, Berea, and Athens (Act 17:1-34)
                                                                  7. The year and a half at Corinth (Act 18:1-17)
                                                                  8. The quick trip back to Antioch (Act 18:18-22)
                                                                  * Divide the class and have table groups tell each segment of the story to classmates

                                                                  • 3/15/2018

                                                                    THE THIRD MISSIONARY JOURNEY OF PAUL (Act 18:23-21:17)

                                                                    1. The strengthening of disciples in Galatia and Phrygia (Act 18:23)
                                                                    2. The conversion of Apollos by Aquila and Priscilla (Act 18:24-28)
                                                                    3. The three years at Ephesus, ending with a riot (Act 19:1-41)
                                                                    4. The trip through Macedonia, three months in Greece, and return through Macedonia (Act 20:1-5)
                                                                    5. The breaking of bread and miracle at Troas; heading toward Jerusalem (Act 20:7-16)
                                                                    6. The meeting with the Ephesian elders at Miletus (Act 20:17-38)
                                                                    7. The warnings on the way to Jerusalem; brief stays in Tyre and Caesarea (Act 21:1-14)
                                                                    8. The arrival in Jerusalem (Act 21:15-17)

                                                                    • 3/16/2018

                                                                      THE ARREST OF PAUL AND JOURNEY TO ROME (Act 21:18-28:31)

                                                                      1. The counsel of James and elders of the church in Jerusalem (Act 21:18-25)
                                                                      2. The arrest of Paul in the temple (Act 21:26-40)
                                                                      3. The defense by Paul to the Jewish mob (Act 22:1-30)
                                                                      4. The defense by Paul before the Sanhedrin council (Act 23:1-10)
                                                                      5. The plot against Paul and deliverance to Felix (Act 23:11-35)
                                                                      6. The trial before Felix; procrastination by Felix (Act 24:1-27)
                                                                      7. The appearance before Festus and appeal to Caesar (Act 25:1-12)
                                                                      8. The defense before Festus and King Agrippa (Act 25:13-26:32)
                                                                      9. The journey to Rome; shipwreck along the way (Act 27:1-28:16)
                                                                      10. The explanation of Paul to the leaders of the Jews in Rome (Act 28:17-29)
                                                                      11. The waiting in Rome for two years, yet preaching and teaching (Act 28:30-31)

                                                                      • 3/19/2018

                                                                        Begin Unit on I Corinthians

                                                                        1. Over-view of the book 

                                                                        ■Chloe’s information– division (1 Cor 1-4)
                                                                        ■Report
                                                                        ■Immorality (ch. 5)
                                                                        ■Law suit (ch. 6)
                                                                        ■Concerning
                                                                        ■Married and Unmarried (ch. 7)
                                                                        ■Freedom (ch. 8)
                                                                        ■Spiritual gifts (ch. 12)
                                                                        ■Offering of money (ch. 16)

                                                                        2. Background 
                                                                        ■Who – Paul
                                                                        ■Where – Not sure where it was written
                                                                        ■When – 53-54 AD
                                                                        Why - Several sources informed Paul of conflicts within the church at Corinth: Apollos (Acts 19:1), a letter from the Corinthians, the "household of Chloe", and finally Stephanas and his two friends who had visited Paul (1:11; 16:17

                                                                        • 3/20-22/2018

                                                                          1. Look at I Corinthians 3

                                                                               a. Go through the ppt

                                                                               b. Point out key aspects of the passage

                                                                          2. Imagine this passage is given to you to preach on in church

                                                                               a. What would your major points be?

                                                                               b. What would your sub points be?

                                                                          Rubric Sermon

                                                                           

                                                                          Beginning

                                                                          1

                                                                          Developing

                                                                          2

                                                                          Accomplished

                                                                          3

                                                                          Exemplary

                                                                          4

                                                                          Score

                                                                           

                                                                          Quality of Thought

                                                                           

                                                                          Showed little critical thought or struggle with topic

                                                                          Shows some critical thought or struggle with topic

                                                                          Shows deep thought and wrestling with the topic

                                                                          Profound thought for High School

                                                                           

                                                                          Outline logically arranged

                                                                           

                                                                           

                                                                          Rational of outline is not obvious

                                                                          Occasional coherence in outline

                                                                          Often is coherent with few lapses

                                                                          Effective coherence in outline that is reasonable and easy to follow

                                                                           

                                                                          Use of good exegesis evident 

                                                                          Total eisegesis -  interpreting a text or portion of text in such a way that the process introduces one's own presuppositions, agendas

                                                                          Some use of exegesis evident

                                                                          Effective use of eisegesis

                                                                          Could not have done better myself

                                                                           

                                                                          Use of word study and textual criticism

                                                                           

                                                                          No Use

                                                                          Used, but awkward and loosely relevant

                                                                          Used well

                                                                          Lifted out and illustrated point well

                                                                           

                                                                          Flow

                                                                          Sermon is muddled and incomprehensible

                                                                          Sermon has some cohesion but lapses regularly

                                                                          Sermon is cohesive with few lapses

                                                                          Sermon flows well and is well communicated


                                                                          Mr. Fry March 20, 2018

                                                                           

                                                                          The goal of this sermon outline is to get a beginning understanding of exegesis and put it to practical application. A good sermon answers the question “What do you want me to do.”  Or “What do you want me to know.”   I am more concerned with proper use of tools than a preach-able sermon.  The sermon is due on Friday and you will have today and tomorrow to work on it in class with my assistance.  Done properly, it will take all of the class time and may require home time as well.


                                                                          • 3/23/2018

                                                                            1. Review sermon outlines

                                                                            2. Read Chapter 5 

                                                                            3. Look at the ppt on Chapter 5

                                                                            ■Rebuking the church (5:1f)
                                                                            ■Some one had his father’s wife.
                                                                            ■The church was puffed up for her “great love”
                                                                            ■Telling the church what to do (5:3-5)
                                                                            ■Call the congregation meeting.
                                                                            ■In the name of Jesus cast the evil one to Satan.
                                                                            ■Telling the church why (5:5-8)
                                                                            ■The spiritual can be saved, the flesh can be destroyed.
                                                                            ■Get rid of yeast.
                                                                            ■Telling the church the principles to deal with the evil one (5:9-13)
                                                                            ■How to deal with the sinners (inside church vs. outside church)

                                                                            4. Read Hebrews 12:16 - write paragraph on how they relate

                                                                            • April 2, 2018

                                                                              1. Chapter 6 of I Corinthians

                                                                              ■All things are permissible, but… (6:12; 10:23f)
                                                                              ■Make sure your body can glorify God.
                                                                              ■Make sure your body can edify man.
                                                                              ■Make sure your body is not controlled by anything. 
                                                                              ■Food, sex, and body (6:13)
                                                                              ■Food is for body and body for food, but both perish.
                                                                              ■Body is not for fornication, but for the Lord.
                                                                              ■Resurrection and body (6:14)
                                                                              ■God resurrected Jesus and will resurrect us.
                                                                              ■Christ and body (6:15)
                                                                              ■Our bodies are members of Christ.
                                                                              ■Do not defile body by sexual immorality.
                                                                              ■Glorify God with your body (6:18-20)

                                                                              • April 3, 2018

                                                                                Chapter 7 - Marriage

                                                                                1. General rules:

                                                                                ■It is better for a man not to touch a woman  (7:1)
                                                                                ■Men and women shall have their own spouse (7:2)
                                                                                ■Offering sex to your spouse is a duty (7:3)
                                                                                ■Praying hard for a short time could be the only reason of no sex with spouse (7:5)
                                                                                2. Singlehood (7:7)
                                                                                ■Paul enjoyed his single life. He hoped others could be like him.(7:7)
                                                                                ■Paul did not order people to be single (7:6)
                                                                                One needs to have the gift to remain single. If no gift, better get married (7:8f; Mt 19:11
                                                                                3. Write 2 - 3 paragraphs but not more than a page on ONE of the following: (Each will take research)
                                                                                   a. The advantages of staying single
                                                                                   b. The situation in the church at the time Paul wrote this letter
                                                                                   c. People in the Bible that stayed single.

                                                                                • 4/4/2018

                                                                                  I Corinthians 8-10 - Food offered to idols

                                                                                  ■Principle of action: knowledge + love (8:1-3)
                                                                                  ■Knowledge: puffs up
                                                                                  ■Love: builds up
                                                                                  ■Do not use your freedom, due to your knowledge, to cause your brother to fall (8:4-13)
                                                                                  ■The brother, for whom Christ died, is destroyed by your knowledge. (8:11)
                                                                                  ■When you sin against your brethren and wound their weak consciences, you sin against Jesus Christ. (8;12)
                                                                                  ■If food is cause of my brothers’ falling, I will never eat meat, lest I cause my brother to fall. (10:13)

                                                                                  2. How might the principle behind this impact the thinking of the church today? (written possibilities)
                                                                                      a. What should the church be aware of?
                                                                                     b. How might this be violated in the church?
                                                                                      c. Talk about results in table groups

                                                                                  • 4/5/2018

                                                                                    Chapter 11 - Disrespect and Immodesty

                                                                                    1.Uncovered head – For women, never
                                                                                    a.Disrespectful to husband
                                                                                    b.Disrespectful to church
                                                                                    c.Disrespectful to God
                                                                                    d.Sends the wrong message to unbelievers

                                                                                    2. Investigate how this principle might apply in different ways in the church today

                                                                                    3. Discuss these possibilities in Table Groups
                                                                                        a. Which are the most serious issues in the church today
                                                                                       b. What might be the impact on the outreach of the church if they are violated?

                                                                                    • 4/6/2018

                                                                                      Chapter 12 - Considering the gifts of the Spirit

                                                                                      ■Different services from the same Lord (12:11-26)
                                                                                      ■You are the body of Christ and individually members of it. (12:27)
                                                                                      ■Different workings/operations from the same God (12:28ff)
                                                                                      ■apostle
                                                                                      ■prophet
                                                                                      ■teacher
                                                                                      ■worker of miracles
                                                                                      ■healing
                                                                                      ■help
                                                                                      ■government
                                                                                      ■speaking in tongues and interpreting of tongues

                                                                                      • 4/6/2018

                                                                                        Continue with lesson as shown on Friday's - Gifts - an explanation 

                                                                                        • 4/9+10/2018

                                                                                          1. Go over the "Word of Knowledge" gift as an example of the possible scope of a gift

                                                                                          2. Read THREE of the articles on gifts found at the following web site (except Word of Knowledge which we are doing in class).  https://www.bible-knowledge.com/gifts-of-the-holy-spirit/

                                                                                          3. Write a paragraph of either affirmation or caution with what is written, to be handed in - 30 point formative.

                                                                                          4. Talk about the results of the investigative work in class

                                                                                          5. Finish ppt. on the gifts of the Spirit




                                                                                          • 4/11+12/2018

                                                                                            Imagine that Mrs. Ovalle has received a phone call that the chapel speaker for the next day has canceled and she needs a replacement.  You have been selected to give the message, which is to be on I Corinthians 13.  You have two class periods to pull the sermon together.  The students will be anticipating that the message will be theologically correct and that background research has been done in commentaries.  Good luck. 

                                                                                            • 4/16/2018

                                                                                              Review for tomorrow's test with the game Last Person Standing

                                                                                              • 4/17/2018

                                                                                                1. Take test on I Corinthians

                                                                                                2. Begin introduction to I Timothy as an example of a pastoral epistle. 

                                                                                                •Author – Paul (Most in agreement on that)
                                                                                                •Time Written – 58-59 A.D. or 64 (depending on which Ephesus visit)
                                                                                                •Why Written – To instruct a new pastor in matters concerning church leadership
                                                                                                •Where – Paul had just finished his ministry at Ephesus and was moving on

                                                                                                3. Give an overview of the contents

                                                                                                INTRODUCTION (1Ti 1:1-2)

                                                                                                1. CHARGE CONCERNING SOUND DOCTRINE (1Ti 1:3-20)
                                                                                                  1. TEACHING SOUND DOCTRINE (1Ti 1:3-11)
                                                                                                  2. THANKSGIVING FOR THE LORD'S GRACE AND MERCY (1Ti 1:12-17)
                                                                                                  3. TIMOTHY'S RESPONSIBILITY (1Ti 1:18-20)
                                                                                                2. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE CHURCH (1Ti 2:1-3:13)
                                                                                                  1. THE PRACTICE OF PRAYER (1Ti 2:1-8)
                                                                                                  2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR WOMEN (1Ti 2:9-15)
                                                                                                  3. QUALIFICATIONS FOR CHURCH OFFICERS (1Ti 3:1-13)
                                                                                                    1. For bishops (1Ti 3:1-7)
                                                                                                    2. For deacons (1Ti 3:8-13)
                                                                                                3. ADVICE TO TIMOTHY (1Ti 3:14-4:16)
                                                                                                  1. PAUL'S PURPOSE IN WRITING (1Ti 3:14-16)
                                                                                                  2. REMEMBER THE SPIRIT'S WARNING OF APOSTASY (1Ti 4:1-6)
                                                                                                  3. EXERCISE YOURSELF UNTO GODLINESS (1Ti 4:7-16)
                                                                                                4. INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH (1Ti 5:1-6:19)
                                                                                                  1. MAINTAIN PROPER RELATIONSHIPS (1Ti 5:1-2)
                                                                                                  2. CONCERNING WIDOWS (1Ti 5:3-16)
                                                                                                  3. CONCERNING ELDERS (1Ti 5:17-25)
                                                                                                  4. CONCERNING SERVANTS (1Ti 6:1-2)
                                                                                                  5. CONCERNING TEACHERS MOTIVATED BY GREED (1Ti 6:3-10)
                                                                                                  6. CONCERNING THE MAN OF GOD HIMSELF (1Ti 6:11-16)
                                                                                                  7. CONCERNING THE RICH (1Ti 6:17-19)


                                                                                                • 4/18/2018

                                                                                                  1. Finish introduction to I Timothy as listed in yesterday's outline

                                                                                                  2. In light of false teachers, Timothy is told to:

                                                                                                  •Remember his mission in Ephesus (1:2-5).
                                                                                                  •The Problem: Teachers of the Law (1:6-11).
                                                                                                  •Thanksgiving for God’s mercy (1:12-17).
                                                                                                  •Timothy’s commission (1:18-20)



                                                                                                  • 4/19/2018

                                                                                                    Chapter 2   

                                                                                                    •A call for men to pray (2:1-8).
                                                                                                    •A call for women to adorn themselves modestly and with good works (2:9-15)

                                                                                                    Chapter 3 - Concerning leaders
                                                                                                    •Qualifications for leaders (3:1-16)
                                                                                                    •False teachers (4:1-11)
                                                                                                    •Personal instructions to Timothy (4:12-16)


                                                                                                    • 4/20/2018

                                                                                                      Chapter 4 - Pastoral Care

                                                                                                      •Honor to the elderly (5:1-2)
                                                                                                      •Care for widows (5:3-16)
                                                                                                      •Honor for elders & leaders (5:17-25)

                                                                                                      Chapter 5 - In the Face of False Teachers

                                                                                                      •Slaves & Masters (6:1-2)
                                                                                                      •Those who seek financial profit (6:3-10)
                                                                                                      •A charge to personal faithfulness (6:11-16)
                                                                                                      •Instructions to the rich (6:17-19)
                                                                                                      •Conclusion (6:20-21)


                                                                                                      • 4/23-4/26

                                                                                                        * Begin week with a catch up period.

                                                                                                        Today we will look at I Timothy in table groups.  You will be assigned a chapter, by table.  I would like you to work on presenting the results of your investigation.  This will be graded in the summative category to 100 points.  The rubric is as follows:

                                                                                                        Rubric I Timothy



                                                                                                        Beginning

                                                                                                        1

                                                                                                        Developing

                                                                                                        2

                                                                                                        Accomplished

                                                                                                        3

                                                                                                        Exemplary

                                                                                                        4

                                                                                                        Score

                                                                                                        Quality of Thought

                                                                                                        Showed little critical thought or struggle with topic

                                                                                                        Shows some critical thought or struggle with topic

                                                                                                        Shows deep thought and wrestling with the topic

                                                                                                        Profound thought for High School


                                                                                                        Correct length of presentation – 5-7 minutes

                                                                                                        More than 3 Minute difference

                                                                                                        More than 2 minute difference

                                                                                                        More than 1 minute difference

                                                                                                        Target length attained


                                                                                                        Use of good sources that are well documented – THIS CATEGORY WILL HAVE DOUBLE VALUE

                                                                                                        2 or fewer sources of limited quality

                                                                                                        3 or more sources of marginal quality and or poorly sited

                                                                                                        4 or more good sources well sited

                                                                                                        5 or more sources well sited


                                                                                                        Use of technological media in input

                                                                                                        No Use

                                                                                                        Used, but boring

                                                                                                        Used well

                                                                                                        Lifted out and illustrated point well


                                                                                                        Flow

                                                                                                        muddled and incomprehensible

                                                                                                        some cohesion but lapses regularly

                                                                                                        cohesive with few lapses

                                                                                                        flows well and is well communicated



                                                                                                        Mr. Fry April 20, 2018

                                                                                                        The goal of this presentation is to not only learn the content of I Timothy, but to use good sources and thus “learn how to fish”


                                                                                                        • April 25-27

                                                                                                          Presentations on chapters 2-5 of I Timothy

                                                                                                          • April 30, 2018

                                                                                                            A. Have the class by table groups investigate the following churches and place the positives and negatives on the board.
                                                                                                            1. Ephesus - Great Church who lost their love
                                                                                                            2. Smyrna - The suffering church
                                                                                                            3. Pergamum - Suffering at the throne of Satan, but compromising with the world
                                                                                                            4. Thyatira - Great works, but tolerate teaching on allowing a tolerance toward paganism
                                                                                                            5. Sardis - Great reputation, but dead on the inside
                                                                                                            6. Philadelphia - Faithful against all odds
                                                                                                            7. Laodicea - Luke warm and nauseating 
                                                                                                            B. Read: https://www.davidjeremiah.org/site/articles/seven-churches-of-revelation-bible-study.aspx
                                                                                                            Write 2 paragraph response on what impressed you in this writing

                                                                                                            • 5/1-3/2018

                                                                                                              1. Continue with the churches of Revelation 2 & 3

                                                                                                                  * PPt

                                                                                                              2. Look at the student responses to the homework

                                                                                                              3. Have the students place their church within one of the 7 categories...or write a letter to their church that might be sent from God.

                                                                                                              4. End of Thursday, 3rd, short review for test on Friday

                                                                                                              • 5/4/2018

                                                                                                                (Substitute)

                                                                                                                1. Test on churches of Revelation

                                                                                                                2. Watch video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGxMu1C4tJI

                                                                                                                Project – New Testament, Creation and Promise (75 formative points)

                                                                                                                For class on Friday, I will be away.  Mr. Eales will be the substitute teacher.  Please:

                                                                                                                1. Read Revelation 6 and list the 6 seals that are opened and what each seal contained

                                                                                                                2. Read Chapter 7 and list the people groups that are mentioned here.  Do research to identify those groups.

                                                                                                                3. Read Chapter 8

                                                                                                                                a. What do you notice about what the 7th seal contains?

                                                                                                                                b. List the first 4 trumpet events.  Do some research to find if you think this is a literal or symbolic prophecy (in other words, is it literally going to happen or not).  Explain why you thing this.

                                                                                                                • 5/7-11/2018

                                                                                                                  Looking at the 7 seals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb9Ow2N4Ogs

                                                                                                                  1ST: White Horse (conquering force going forth)

                                                                                                                   2nd: Red Horse (worldwide wars & bloodshed)

                                                                                                                   3rd: Black Horse (famine & scarcity of food)

                                                                                                                   4th: Pale Horse (pestilence, plagues & death)

                                                                                                                  5TH: Martyrs (persecution & martyrdom)

                                                                                                                  6TH: Quake & Celestial Signs


                                                                                                                  • 5/14-17/2018

                                                                                                                    A.  Go through the 7 trumpets, reading, writing, and viewing documentary

                                                                                                                    1 Land   -  there came hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down upon the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up.Sea        

                                                                                                                    2 Sea - something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.       8:8

                                                                                                                    3 Rivers and Springs -     a great star, blazing like a torch, fell from the sky on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water-- the name of the star is Wormwood. A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter.                8:10

                                                                                                                    4 Sun -  a third of the sun was struck, a third of the moon, and a third of the stars, so that a third of them turned dark. A third of the day was without light, and also a third of the night.  8:12

                                                                                                                    5 Abyss  (First Woe) - I saw a star that had fallen from the sky to the earth. The star was given the key to the shaft of the Abyss. When he opened the Abyss, smoke rose from it like the smoke from a gigantic furnace. The sun and sky were darkened by the smoke from the Abyss. And out of the smoke locusts came down upon the earth and were given power like that of scorpions of the earth.           9:1

                                                                                                                    6 Great river Euphrates  (Second Woe) - It said to the sixth angel who had the trumpet, "Release the four angels who are bound at the great river Euphrates." The four angels who had been kept ready for this very hour and day and month and year were released to kill a third of mankind.     

                                                                                                                    Interlude             The little scroll - tasted sweet, but turned bitter.

                                                                                                                    Measuring the temple

                                                                                                                    The two witnesses

                                                                                                                    7 Air (Third Woe) - there were loud voices in heaven, which said: "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will reign for ever and ever."

                                                                                                                    B. Bowls of Wrath

                                                                                                                    Plagues on Evil Individuals 

                                                                                                                      1.  Ugly and painful sores

                                                                                                                      5.  Painful blindness affects Lucifer's officials

                                                                                                                      2.  Oceans turn to blood

                                                                                                                      6.  Kings of Earth gather for Armageddon

                                                                                                                      3.  Rivers and springs turn to blood

                                                                                                                      7.  Hailstones weighing 100 pounds each fall and a sword comes out of Jesus' mouth kills the remaining evil people

                                                                                                                      4.  Scorching heat