♥ Purity Bible Study Lesson for Youth
Do you need something that will teach youth what God says about biblical purity? This short bible lesson includes a purity contract and a purity checklist. The lesson is great for youth group, homeschool or a personal study.
This lesson will not be an instant problem solver but it will plant a seed. The whole lesson is backed up by Scripture in an easy-to-read and understand format.
“I am a youth pastor and youth camp director and plan to use parts for our annual purity luncheon so many young ladies will be blessed by your efforts. Thank you!” – email
Taken from Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary
PU’RITY, n. [Latin puritas, form purus.]
- Freedom from foreign admixture or heterogeneous matter; as the purity of water, of wine, of spirit; the purity of drugs; the purity of metals.
- Cleanness; freedom from foulness or dirt; as the purity of a garment. The purity of a linen vesture.
- Freedom from guilt or the defilement of sin; innocence; as purity of heart or life.
- Chastity; freedom from contamination by illicit sexual connection.
- Freedom from any sinister or improper views; as the purity of motives or designs.
- Freedom from foreign idioms, from barbarous or improper words or phrases; as purity of style or language.
The world throws unmarried sex around like candy being tossed out at a Christmas parade, “Here, take some! It doesn’t matter if it rots your teeth (or soul), just have fun and enjoy yourself!”.
Christians should care more about what God’s word thinks, not the world. This lesson on for youth discusses what God says about being sexually pure in an easy-to read and understand format.
We need to let our teens know that sex itself is not bad and that it is to be enjoyed within a marriage to avoid fornication. Fornication (fȯr-nə-ˈkâ-shən) n. sexual intercourse between two persons not married to each other.
“Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband.” 1 Corinthians 7:2
According To God’s Word
This study is designed according to God’s word, not the author’s opinion or interpretation. Kids and teens are bombarded with messages on how to please the world. This study will give them a clear message on how to please God.
All of the studies are designed to be easy-to-read and understand. The goal is to:
- keep it simple,
- plant a seed,
- and let God grow the seed 🌱
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Printable PDF Worksheets
This short lesson is on reproducible PDF worksheets. Includes a bible study page for looking up and writing verses about what the bible says about purity, a purity checklist, a purity contract, a fun word search, a worksheet on relevant verses to read and study, and answer guide.
- Easy-to-read and understand
- Simple activities with questions and answers
- Minimal prep work needed to teach
- Makes a great personal study for youth and adults
There is room on the left side of each worksheet to 3-hole punch. This comes in handy if you want to give the kids a folder to hold their completed lessons.
You can locate low-cost paper folders like the ones in the pictures, with 3 prongs and pockets, at your local Dollar General or Walmart for about .50 each.
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All of my lessons are designed the same way.
“I printed your free study and it was perfect. We had our bible study and the girls loved it. This is the first Bible study that I have ever directed… I was able to confidently bless these wonderful young princesses” – S.G
What Bible version do you use?
The King James Version is used to quote scripture with some words changed to make reading easier. Any version can be used to look up and write verses. Examples:
- ye, thou and thee changed to you
- worketh changed to works
- taketh changed to takes
What age group are the lessons for?
The lessons are great to use with kids (ages 8-12) and teens (ages 13+). Adults are also using these studies.
Can they be used with boys and girls?
These lessons were originally designed for my three daughters. The Modesty and Far Above Rubies studies are definitely for girls only. The other studies are not gender-specific and can be used with both.
What size are the worksheets?
These bible study lessons are on 8.5 x 11, black & white PDF worksheets.
Can I make copies of the lessons?
Yes! These studies are reproducible. You can make as many copies as you need for your own personal use. You can use the studies over and over again.
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Want To Start Your Own Youth Ministry?
Many churches and families worldwide are using my lessons to successfully plant seeds in today’s youth and you can too!
My lessons will make it easy for you to start a bible study group to encourage youth in your neighborhood, church or homeschool group.
“We had our bible study and the girls loved it. This is the first Bible study that I have ever directed…I was able to confidently bless these wonderful young princesses” – S.G.
Helpful Tips to Help You Get Started
- Decide what lessons you want to use. 4-6 weeks is a good length; meeting once a week.
- Some kids may not own a bible or forget to bring one so you should have enough bibles available for them to borrow during the study. Check your local dollar store or thrift store.
- Use a good dictionary (you can use more than one; including a bible dictionary), and have them take turns looking up any words.
- Have them give you their email address or home address at the first meeting so that you can get any missed lessons to them. You could also wait until the next meeting.
- You can mix things up and meet at a local park for a lesson.
- Be flexible. Some kids may not show up and others may come late. They may talk more (or less) depending on the topic of study. They may seem bored. Remember, God is in charge – use the lessons to plant a seed and let him do his work in his own time.
- Don’t forget extra pencils and snacks.