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Timely Topics for Teens

Lesson 8: How to Overcome Feelings of Inferiority



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1. What do Wally, Sonya, Karen, and Ron have in common?

    a) Poor friends.

    b) Poor self image.

    c) Poor grades.

2. Which statement does not belong? People with a poor self-image

    a) are not happy with themselves.

    b) find it hard to trust God.

    c) tend to resent authority.

    d) find it hard to make real friends.

    e) accept the values God puts on them.

3. There is a "self" you are to deny and a "self" you are to accept.

    a) True.

    b) False.

4. You are to accept "the Big I"—that sinful self that is so proud and selfish and self-centred.

    a) True.

    b) False.

5. You are to deny that "self" that is the special, unique person God created you to be.

    a) True.

    b) False.

6. God made each person a special creation. He created us to

    a) glorify Him.

    b) find what we really want out of life.

7. God tells us not to compare ourselves with others. Our satisfaction in life comes from

    a) trying to be somebody else.

    b) being who God intended us to be.

8. The happiest people are

    a) "beautiful people".

    b) people who have inner beauty.

9. Your happiness in life depends on

    a) your attitude.

    b) what other people think about you.

10. Which answer best describes your self-image? (opinion answer)

    a) I accept myself as a special, unique person made by God for His glory.

    b) I don't like the way I am made, and wish I could change things about myself.

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