RCCG Sunday School TEACHER’s Manual For  October 6, 2019 Lesson 6 : Topic –  Call To Consecration

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RCCG Sunday School TEACHER’s Manual For  October 6, 2019 Lesson 6 : Topic –  Call To Consecration

TOPIC: Call To Consecration

RCCG Sunday School HYMN

  1. O Sunday School, on the Lord’s day,
    O how I love Thee well,
    I am happy, it makes me glad
    To rejoice at Thy birth.
  2. O Sunday School, on the Lord’s day, Thy friendship suits me well,
    Both young and old will sing Thy song,
    We long for Sunday School.
  3. O Sunday School, on the Lord’s day,
    Christ was Thy first teacher,
    The Holy Spirit, great teacher,
    Does manifest in thee.
  4. O Sunday School, on the Lord’s day,
    This testimony is sure,
    That God, the Father Almighty,
    Poured His blessing on Thee.
  5. O Sunday School, on the Lord’s day,
    Though the sun be so bright,
    Or if the clouds black with rain,
    I’ll be in Sunday School.
  6. O Sunday School, on the Lord’s day,
    I rejoice to see Thee,
    Will thou pass over me today?
    Without my being blest?

OPENING PRAYER: Father, give me the grace to understand how to be consecrated unto You.

BIBLE PASSAGE: Romans 12:1-2 KJV

1 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.

2 And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

MEMORY VERSE: “For Moses had said, Consecrate yourselves to day to the LORD, even every man upon his son, and upon his brother; that he may bestow upon you a blessing this day.” – Exodus 32:29 

LESSON INTRODUCTION: Consecration is a process or practice of making something or someone sacred, dedicated and set apart for the Lord. Consecration also carries the connotation of sanctification, holiness or purity. Being consecrated is a critical component in our relationship to God and to those in the world (Rom. 12:1-2). Consecration is also a devotion to the worship or service of God which can occur through God (Num. 3:12), a higher spiritual authority (Exo. 28:41) or self (Exo. 32:29). Consecration involves three ideas; separation from evil, devotion to God and ceaseless pursuit of holiness in heart and life.

TEXT REVIEW: Romans 12:1-2.

i. Apostle Paul outlines the conditions for an acceptable and reasonable service unto God.

a. Believers are expected to present their bodies as a living sacrifice through holy living. v.1

b. ………………………………………….v.2a

c. ………………………………………….v.2b.

ii. Paul also gives reasons for this consecration.

a. ………………………………………….v.2ci

b. ………………………………………….v.2cii

c. ………………………………………….v.2ciii



There are instances of those called to consecration in the Bible.

i. God asked Moses to consecrate Aaron and his sons to His service as priests (Exo. 28:41).

ii. God consecrated the Levite’s to Himself (Num. 3:12).

iii. Jeremiah was consecrated even before he was born (Jer. 1:5).

iv. Samuel was consecrated (1 Sam. 1:27-28).

v. Prophet Samuel also consecrated Jesse and his sons (1 Sam. 6:15).

vi. The Levites were instructed to consecrate themselves to the Lord and be blessed (Exo. 32:29).

vii. Jesus Christ ordained (consecrated) and sent forth twelve disciples (Mk. 3:14).

viii. Paul and Barnabas were consecrated for a special assignment (Acts 13:2-3).

ix. The consecration of John the Baptist was declared by an angel (Lk. 1:13-16).

The call to personal consecration demands that one:

i. Presents himself wholly to God (Rom. 12:1; 2 Chron. 17:16).

ii. Be willing to purge himself of all filthiness of the flesh and the spirit (2 Tim. 2:21; 2 Cor. 7:1)

iii. Absolutely comply with divine instructions given by God in His word (John 17:17; Ps. 119:9; Eph. 5:26).

iv. “Put-off” the old man and “put-on” the new man (Col. 3:5-14).

CLASS ACTIVITY 1: Class should discuss what it means to “put-off” the old man and “put-on” the new man.


A clear benefit of being consecrated or pure in our relationship with God as illustrated in Joshua 3:5 is to enjoy the wonders of God.

i. Grace to truly follow God unto all pleasing (Lev. 20:7; Col. 1:10)

ii. Overflowing blessing (Exo. 32:29).

iii. Overflowing anointing (Heb. 1:9; Acts 10:38).

iv. Becoming a chosen vessel of God (2 Tim. 2:21; Acts 9:15).

v. Outstanding victory without a fight (Prov. 16:17; 2 Chron. 20:15-19).

vi. Ever abiding presence of God (Ps. 91:1-2; Joshua 3:1-5).

vii. Freedom from condemnation (Rom. 8:1-2).

viii. Confidence in prayer (1 John 3:21-22).

ix. Spiritual power (Rom. 1:1-4).

x. Father-child relationship (2 Cor. 6:14-18).

CLASS ACTIVITY 2Students should identify the disadvantages of not being consecrated.

SUMMARY: Sin is defilement (Ps. 51:2,7). We should learn from the examples of those called to consecration in the Bible.

CONCLUSION: Every believer that will genuinely walk with God and reign with Him eternally must yield to the call to consecration (Isa. 52:11).

EVALUATION: Teachers should ask the students to describe the term consecration.

ASSIGNMENT: Mention five (5) reasons some believers find it difficult to stay consecrated.

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