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  • Mom or Dad has been telling you to do chores all day. You are tired of it. You want to say, “No” and “I don’t have to” and “Leave me alone.” You want to walk away and do what you want to do. What will you do? (Exodus 20:12; Leviticus 19:3)

  • Your friend has invited you over for a fun afternoon doing all your favorite things. You have your parents’ permission to go, but you must get your homework done first. The assignment is not hard, but it would take time to do well. You could just tell your parents you did the work even though you did not. They will never know. What will you do? (Job 31:6; 1 Corinthians 10:31)


  • Suppose you have one test question left to answer and time is running out. You have studied hard and you know the material, but you just cannot bring that answer to mind. You could copy your neighbor’s answer without the teacher knowing. Besides, you know the answer is somewhere in your brain, so it only seems fair that you should get credit for it. What will you do? (Deuteronomy 25:15; Psalm 5:6)


  • Some of your friends have started drinking alcohol, and they seem to be having more fun than you. They have asked you to try it. What will you do? (Ephesians 5:18; 1 Corinthians 15:33)


  • You love the power you feel behind the wheel, and you want to see what it feels like to drive fast. You get your chance while driving alone in the car. The speed limit is 50, but there is no traffic on the road. What will you do? (Titus 2:11-12; Romans 13:1)


  • Some of your friends have started using bad language because it makes them feel cool. Each day you hear words you know your parents do not like. Your friends even use the names of God and Jesus as if they were just bad words. What will you do? (Exodus 20:7; Ephesians 4:29)

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