Sermon Discussion Questions: 1 Corinthians 11:23-24 & Exodus 20:1-3
Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of January 12
From "Given for You": 1 Corinthians 11:23-24
How are disciples made? What does Acts 2:42 have to do with this?
What does it mean that the Lord’s Supper is a means of grace?
What did Pastor Jon mean when he said that the means of grace are “objective”?
Why is it important to acknowledge that Christ is the one building his church?
How do the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper) point us toward Christ and away from ourselves?
What does the Lord’s Supper signify and demonstrate regarding God’s love for his people?
Why is the Lord’s Supper a covenant renewal meal?
What does the Lord’s Supper signify and demonstrate regarding our union with Christ?
How does the Lord’s Supper signify and demonstrate that Christianity is not individualistic?
How does the Lord’s Supper remind Christians of their unity with one another and the need to practice humility and forgiveness?
From "The First Commandment": Exodus 20:1-3
Why is it important to remember the context of the Ten Commandments?
What is the purpose of the Ten Commandments (i.e., God’s moral law)?
What are the positive duties required by the First Commandment?
What does it mean practically to acknowledge God to be God and our God?
How should God be treated by his creatures?
What does the First Commandment forbid?
What are the three kinds of atheism, and what do they have in common?
What is idolatry? What does idolatry have to do with love and trust?
What turns one of God's legitimately good gifts into an idol?
How should we think of the First Commandment in light of Christ?