Christian Religious Studies Lesson Note for SS2 Second Term


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SS2 Christian Religious Studies Scheme of Work for Second Term: This lesson note covers the following topics.

1. The irresponsible behaviour of Eli’s sons and Samuel 1 Samuel 2: 12-25; 8: 1-9. Ii. God’s pronouncement of judgment on Eli and his sons, 1 Samuel 2; 27-36; 3: 1-18. Iii. The fulfillment of god’s judgment on Eli and his family. 1 Samuel 4: 10-22.
2. Parental Responsibilities (Example of Asa): Asa the king pleased the God. 1 King 15: 9; (b) King Jehoshaphat followed his father’s way of life 1 king 22: 41-44
3. Consequences of obedience: (a) Joseph was honoured for obeying the God’s law. Ex. 20: 14-; Gen. 39: 7-12 (b) David was rewarded for respecting a civil rule, Exodus. 20: 13; 1 Sam. 26: 1-12, (c) The three Hebrew youths escaped death for obeying God to avoid idolatry, Ex. 20: 3; Daniel 3: 1-30 (d) Esther obeyed Mordecai, Esther 4: 1-16
4. Consequences of disobedience: (a) Saul’s disobedience 1 Sam.15; 1-19 (b) consequences of Saul’s Disobedience i. Rejection as king 1 Sam. 15: 20-26; ii. Spirit of God left him 1 Sam. 16: 14-23; iii. He and son died the same 1 Sam. 31: 1-13 (c) others who suffered for their disobedience 1 Kings 13: 11-24; 1 Sam. 2: 22-25; 4:10-11.
5. Friendship: (a) Friendship between Jesus, Martha and Mary was cordial, Lk. 10: 32-42; Friendship between Jesus and Lazarus John 11: 1-44; David, Saul and Jonathan 1 Sam. 18: 19
(b) Types of friendship John 6: 60-71; (C) Characteristics of good and bad friends.
6. Trust in God: (a) David submits to the will of God; 1 Samuel 26: 1-25; 2 Samuel 12: 15-25, (b) Jonah submits to the will of God, Jonah 1-2
7. Wisdom of Solomon: (a) Solomon’s request for wisdom from God, 1 Kings 3: 3-15. (b) How Solomon applied his wisdom 1 King 3:16-23, 4: 29-34. (c) Building the temple and its dedication 1 Kings 5: 1-12; 8: 1-53
8. Unwise decisions of Solomon and Rehoboam: (a) Solomon unwise decision 1 King 9: 15-23; 11: 1-13 (b) Rehoboam’s unwise decision and its consequences, 1 Kings 12: 1-20
9. The effect of greed (Ahab and Gehazi): (a) Ahab seize Naboth’s vineyard I Kings 21: 1- (b) The effect of Ahab’s greed 1 Kings 21: 17-29 (c) Gehazi’s greed and its consequences, 2 Kings 5: 1-27
10. Revision
11. Examination


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