JSS1: CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES - 1ST TERM
The Creation Story | Week 1 & 24 Topics|1 Quiz
Marriage | Week 3 & 43 Topics|1 Quiz
Disobedience | Week 5 & 65 Topics|1 Quiz
Call to Repentance | Week 7 & 86 Topics|1 Quiz
Definition of Repentance
Zacheus Obeys God’s Call to Repentance. (Luke 19:1-9)
King David Obeys God’s Call to Repentance. 2 Samuel 12:7-12, Psalm 51
The People of Nineveh Repented (Jonah 3:1-10)
John the Baptist Calls for Repentance. (Luke 3:1-14)
Consequences of Lack of Repentance
- Definition of Repentance
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Learner’s Disobedience and its Consequences
Who is a learner? A learner is a person who is finding out about a subject or how to do something. Learners as students are to obey the rules and regulations of the school authority.
Ways a Learner Can be Disobedient:
1. Absent from school and class.
2. Refusal to obey school rules and regulations/Breaking school rules and regulations.
3. Fighting among students.
4. Cheating and copying others during examination/test.
5. Disobedient to parents, and teachers in school (by making noise in class, not submitting classwork/assignment).
Consequences of Learners’ Disobedience:
- Expulsion from school.
- Dropping out of school, which brings family name into disrupt.
- Unfulfilled life/career.
- Imprisonment etc.
- Loss of property.
- Loss of lives.
- Crisis, chaos in the society.
- Disobedience leads to poverty.