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Title: Seeking God’s Wisdom in Academic Decision Making

Theme: Getting Good Grades in School

Objective: To understand the importance of seeking God’s wisdom in academic decision making and to recognize the connection between spiritual growth and academic success.

As teenagers, you are faced with the daily challenge of balancing schoolwork, extracurricular activities, and personal responsibilities. Getting good grades in school can be a source of stress and anxiety, but as Christians, we are called to turn to God for guidance and wisdom in all areas of our lives, including academics.

Biblical Foundation:
Proverbs 2:6 tells us, “For the Lord gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge and understanding.” This verse reminds us that God is the ultimate source of wisdom and knowledge. When we seek His guidance in our academic journey, we are positioning ourselves for success.

Lesson Content:
1. Prayer: Encourage students to pray for wisdom and understanding as they tackle their schoolwork. Remind them that God is always ready to listen and guide them through their academic challenges.

2. Time Management: Teach students the importance of managing their time wisely. Biblical principles of diligence, responsibility, and stewardship can be applied to their academic pursuits.

3. Study Habits: Discuss the importance of developing healthy study habits and encourage students to prioritize their academic responsibilities. Proverbs 12:24 teaches us that “Diligent hands will rule, but laziness ends in forced labor.”

4. Trusting God’s Plan: Remind students that God has a plan for their lives, and their academic success is part of that plan. Encourage them to trust in Him and seek His will in their academic decisions.

1. Encourage students to set academic goals and seek God’s guidance in achieving them.
2. Challenge students to examine their study habits and time management skills, and make adjustments based on biblical principles.
3. Encourage students to share their academic struggles and successes with their peers, and to pray for one another.
4. Provide resources for students to continue seeking God’s wisdom in their academic decision making, such as devotional readings and verses related to diligence and wisdom.

Seeking God’s wisdom in academic decision making is a vital part of our journey as Christian students. By turning to Him for guidance, we can find peace and success in our academic pursuits. As we grow in our relationship with God, we will see the connection between spiritual growth and academic success, and we can trust in His perfect plan for our lives.

Questions for Lesson

1. How does seeking God’s wisdom affect your approach to academic decision making?
2. In what ways can getting good grades in school bring glory to God?
3. How can you maintain a strong faith while striving for academic success?
4. What does Proverbs 4:7 teach about the importance of wisdom in educational pursuits?
5. How does your relationship with Christ impact your motivation and ability to excel in school?
6. What does Ephesians 6:10-18 teach about the importance of being diligent and focused in your studies?


1. James 1:5
2. Proverbs 2:6
3. Proverbs 3:5-6
4. Psalm 32:8
5. Colossians 3:23-24
6. Isaiah 30:21
7. 1 Corinthians 1:30-31
8. Philippians 4:6-7
9. Romans 12:2
10. Proverbs 4:7-9

Worship Music for LEsson

1. “Thy Word” by Amy Grant
2. “Word of God Speak” by MercyMe
3. “Trust in You” by Lauren Daigle
4. “Give Me Your Eyes” by Brandon Heath

Object Lesson

Illustration: Seeking Gods Wisdom in Academic Decision Making

Props Needed:
– A Bible
– A school textbook or notebook
– A set of headphones

Start by holding up the school textbook or notebook and explaining to the teens that this represents their academic studies and the effort they put in to get good grades in school.

Next, show them the set of headphones and explain that it represents the distractions and worldly influences that can often pull them away from focusing on their studies.

Then, finally, hold up the Bible and explain that this represents seeking God’s wisdom and guidance in their academic decision making.

Now, ask them to imagine a scenario where they have a big test coming up, and they’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Ask them how they might typically handle this situation – would they study harder, listen to music to calm their nerves, or seek God’s wisdom through prayer and reading of the Bible?

Encourage them to see the importance of seeking God’s wisdom in their academic decision making by explaining that God can provide them with the knowledge, understanding, and peace they need to excel in their studies.

Conclude by encouraging the teens to prioritize seeking God’s wisdom in their academic decision making and to trust that He will guide them towards success in school.


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