Subject: How do I know I am Saved?
1. Topic-
Often times in the Christian walk of faith we ask the "question of how do I know I am saved".
2. Content-
We shall examine the Biblical assurances of our faith, the security we have in the Savior and the reasons for the asking of the question as we go about our lives in the world that we live
Key words: Truth, Born, Flesh, Spirit, Light, Darkness, Testimony, Condemned, Faith
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Establish the fundamentals of Salvation
2.Describe the means to Salvation
3.Reaffirm that our Salvation is secure
4. Objectives-
1.Have Students be able to define what Salvation Is to them.
2.Have Students understand why the question of Salvation comes up.
3.Help Students be prepared to share their personal testimony of Salvation.
5. Materials and Aids-
Bible/Laptop/Projector/Dry Erase Board/Handouts
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.What is Salvation?
2.How do we Get it?
3.Why Do We Struggle with it?

B. Development-

1.Jesus and Nicodemus Video
2.Who Do you say that I am?
3.Full Armour of God

C. Practice-

1.Share Your Testimony one on one, in Class
2.T.R.U.S.T. exercise
3.Prosecution and Defense arguments

D. Independent Practice-

1.Share Your Testimony to someone who you believe is already saved (Parent, sibling, good friend etc.)
2.Pray for strength against attacks of doubt and insecurity
3.Practice the sinner's Prayer to be able to lead someone to Christ at any time.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.How Do I make Disciples in the world Today? we don't. He Does.
2.The Sinner's Prayer
3.Not all will be Saved.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Define, in you own words, what Salvation is.
2.Descibe HOW we know we know our Salvation is secure.
3.Describe What steps we can personally take to strengthen our beliefs when we are attacked with doubt.

G. Closure-

2.Prayer with an Offer of Salvation
7. Evaluation-
1.Evaluation feedback forms from Students.
2.Evaluation feedback forms from Leaders in attendance.

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