Vital Lessons for Teenagers and Young Adults by Willard Conchin

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Vital Lessons for Teenagers and Young Adults by Willard Conchin

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The power of example can never be ignored, whether the subject be ancient or modern, sacred or profane. The great Master Teacher filled His soul-stirring lessons with examples, many of which He drew from the most familiar things around Him. The apostles likewise were skilled in the art of illustrating. After showing the tragic end of some rebellious Jews, Paul then added, "Now these things were our examples . . . ." (1 Cor. 10:6.)

The lessons in this booklet are built around examples—examples of young people, some of whom were wise and some of whom were foolish. On the one hand, we see the successes of those who walked with God; on the other hand, we see the failures, even tragedies, of those who tried to direct their own steps. You will find some appropriate songs suggested at the beginning of each lesson. Others may be added. Have a Bible reading and a prayer, all of which will make the lessons more meaningful.

This is your class. Keep it alive and interesting by preparing well for each meeting and entering enthusiastically into the class discussions.

Table of Contents Part I: Some of God's Great Young People
Lesson 1: Introductory Lesson 5
Lesson 2: The Sterling Cahracter of Joseph 7
Lesson 3: The Heart of David 11
Lesson 4: The Loyalty of Jonathan 14
Lesson 5: The Wisdom of Solomon 16
Lesson 6: The Unfeigned Faith of Timothy 20
Lesson 7: Comprehensive Review of Part I 22
Part II: Some Good People Who “Goofed”
Lesson 8: Samson, Whose Strength Was Changed to Weakness 27
Lesson 9: Rehoboam, Who Folowed the Wrong Advice 30
Lesson 10: Absalom, Whose Greedy Ambition Broke His Father's Heart 33
Lesson 11: The Rich Young Ruler, Whose Trust Was in His Treasure 35
Lesson 12: The Prodigal Son, Who Finally "Came to Himself"
Lesson 13: Comprehensive Review of Part II 40

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