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Scripture Reading: Exodus 20:12, Eph, 6:1-3, Prov. 23:22, Col. 3:20 1. Honor means to ______________, ____________________ and pay ____________________ to an individual. 2. Honoring your parents includes ___________________ them. 3. As you submit to your parent’s ___________________ and _________________________ God is pleased. 4. Whatever area you may be lacking here on earth will be made up for when you get to _____________________ if you submit to your parents. 5. God expects ____________________ obedience without ______________________ and _______________________. 6. We are to honor ______________ who is in authority over us or serving as our caregivers. 7. Honoring our parents is a duty we need to fulfill as long as they are _____________________. 8. As parents approach their senior years, we are obligated to ___________________ for them and see that their needs are met as much as possible. Questions for Discussion 1. Are you obligated to honor your parents if they mistreat you? 2. How do you feel God would be pleased or displeased about the way you are honoring your parents at this time? 3. How can we honor parents once we leave home? 4. What do you do if your parents encourage you to participate in activity that is sinful? 5. Do I need to honor my parents when I am in High School? College? Time for Sharing What are some ways that you can show honor to your parent(s)? How can you show them respect even if you disagree with them? ©Rev. Jeanne McIntosh June 18, 2011. All rights reserved.
Resources: Family Times Commentary, Wesley Commentary
Answer Key for the Teacher
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Respect, admire, tribute Obeying Rules, guidance Heaven Cheerful, grumbling, complaining Anyone Living Care