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Choosing Gods Way Over the Worlds Ways

Possible Viewpont: Evangelical Christian

Title: Choosing God’s Way Over the World’s Ways

Today, we are going to talk about how we can choose to follow God’s ways over the ways of the world. In 1 Corinthians 6, the Apostle Paul wrote to the church in Corinth about avoiding sin and living according to God’s standards. We can learn from this passage about how we can make choices that honor God.

Key Verse:
“Do not be deceived: ‘Bad company ruins good morals.'” – 1 Corinthians 15:33

Bad Company:
In 1 Corinthians 6, Paul warns the believers in Corinth about the dangers of being influenced by bad company. He tells them that associating with people who do not follow God’s ways can lead them astray. As young children, it’s important for us to choose friends who love and follow Jesus. This means spending time with friends who encourage us to do the right thing and live according to God’s Word.

Honoring God with our Bodies:
Another important lesson from 1 Corinthians 6 is about honoring God with our bodies. Paul reminds the Corinthians that their bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, and they should glorify God with their bodies. As young children, this means taking care of our bodies and using them in ways that bring honor to God. We can choose to eat healthy foods, get plenty of rest, and engage in activities that help us grow closer to God.

Resolving Conflicts:
Paul also addresses the issue of conflicts among believers in 1 Corinthians 6. He encourages them to settle their disputes in a way that honors God, rather than taking each other to court. For young children, this means seeking to resolve conflicts with our friends and family in a loving and peaceful way, following the example of Jesus.

As young children, we have the opportunity to choose God’s ways over the ways of the world. By choosing to surround ourselves with good influences, honoring God with our bodies, and resolving conflicts in a loving way, we can live according to God’s standards. Let’s remember to seek God’s guidance in all that we do, and to always choose His way over the world’s ways.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Trust and Obey” by Don Moen
2. “This Little Light of Mine”
3. “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus” by Hillsong Kids
4. “My God is so Big” by VeggieTales

Questions for Lesson

1. What does 1 Corinthians 6 teach about the importance of fleeing from sexual immorality?
2. How does 1 Corinthians 6 encourage us to honor God with our bodies?
3. Why is it important for young Christians to choose God’s way over the world’s way, according to 1 Corinthians 6?
4. In what ways do you see 1 Corinthians 6 impacting your daily decisions and actions?
5. According to 1 Corinthians 6, what are the consequences of sinning against our own body as a temple of the Holy Spirit?
6. What does 1 Corinthians 6 teach about the value of our bodies and the way we should treat them?


1 John 2:15-17
Romans 12:2
James 4:4
Proverbs 3:5-6
1 Corinthians 1:18-31

Object Lesson

Illustration: Choosing Gods Way Over the Worlds Ways

– Two different paths made of colorful construction paper or tape
– Two signs that read “God’s Way” and “World’s Way”
– A toy car or action figure

Hey everyone! Today we’re going to talk about the importance of choosing God’s way over the world’s ways, using a fun illustration.

First, let’s create two different paths on the floor using colorful construction paper or tape. One path will be labeled “God’s Way” and the other will be labeled “World’s Way”.

Now, imagine that our toy car or action figure represents us. We are standing at the beginning of these two paths, trying to decide which way to go.

As we look at the “World’s Way” path, we might see things like lying, cheating, being unkind, and only thinking about ourselves. These are the things that the world might tell us are important.

Now, let’s look at the “God’s Way” path. Here, we see things like honesty, kindness, love, and putting others first. These are the things that God tells us are important.

Now, as our toy car or action figure, we have a choice to make. Which path do we want to take? Do we want to follow the ways of the world, or do we want to follow God’s ways?

In 1 Corinthians 6, it says that we should run from anything that gives us the urge to do wrong. Instead, we should pursue what God wants for us.

So, let’s choose to follow God’s way! When we make the choice to follow God’s ways, we will experience joy, love, and true fulfillment.

Remember, God’s way is the best way!

Let’s always choose to follow Him and His ways.

Craft Idea

Craft Idea: “God’s Way Wreath”

– Cardboard or foam wreath form
– Green construction paper
– Colored paper or foam cut into shapes of hearts, stars, crosses, and other symbols
– Glue
– Scissors
– Markers or crayons
– Ribbon or yarn

1. Begin by cutting the green construction paper into strips, about 1 inch wide and 6 inches long.
2. Glue the ends of the strips to the wreath form, wrapping them around and overlapping to cover the entire form. This will create the base of the wreath.
3. Next, use the colored paper or foam to create small shapes that symbolize following God’s way, such as hearts for love, stars for faith, and crosses for Jesus.
4. Have the children write or draw ways they can follow God’s way over the world’s ways on each shape. For example, “showing love to others” on a heart shape and “believing in Jesus” on a cross shape.
5. Once the shapes are decorated, glue them onto the wreath, arranging them evenly around the circumference.
6. Finally, tie a ribbon or yarn into a bow and glue it to the top of the wreath for hanging.

As the children work on this craft, you can take the opportunity to discuss 1 Corinthians 6 and the importance of choosing God’s way over the world’s ways. Encourage the children to think about how they can make choices in their own lives that align with God’s teachings.

This craft can serve as a visual reminder for the children to choose God’s way in all that they do. Display the completed wreaths in the church or classroom as a reminder of the lesson.


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