Tag Archive: judging others

Hypocrisy – What’s on the Inside Matters

Object Lesson

I used this object lesson to teach about hypocrisy to my Seminary class. First, I printed chewing gum inserts on card stock.  Each insert was 140mm x 18mm and fit inside a Juicy Fruit wrapper. On each was written the following references and words: “Thou Whited Wall” Acts 23:3 and  “Full of Dead Men’s Bones”  Matthew 23:27. After cutting them out, I put the “fake” gum in the center section…
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Don’t judge a Kiwi by it’s cover

Object Lesson

Pass around the kiwi fruit. Make the point that the kiwi has a rough, unpleasant, hairy, tasteless exterior. Ask the students the following questions: 1) What makes the kiwi fruit seem unappealing? (It’s exterior.) 2) What are some outward features by which we judge others? 3) Who might be “kiwi people” around us? When the fruit has been examined by everyone, peel off the skin, and slice up the inside…
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judging

Object Lesson

Remove the label from a can of soup and put it on a completely diffrent can of soup, such as put a label from a can of green pea soup onto a can of tomato soup. The labels are usually easy to remove and replace. Ask the class what is in the can, then open the can and show that the label on the can was wrong. Instead of green…
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