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Sermon Questions for 02/01/15

Posted on January 29th, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions for 02/01/15

Morning:

Text: Text: Matthew 5;11-12

Title: Blessed Reviled

Questions:

1. Who is blessed here?

2. For what are they blessed

3. For what were those who went before persecuted?

4. What is promised?

Sermon Questions for 01/25/15

Posted on January 21st, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions for 01/25/15

Morning:

Text: Text: 1 Corinthians 10:23-11:1
Title: All for God’s Glory & Gospel

Questions:

1. What question is Paul dealing with here?

2. What principles guide Christians in non-essential (indifferent) matters?

3. What does Paul mean by “for conscience sake”?

4. What two examples does Paul use to illustrate?

5. Who is the “anyone” of verse 28?

6. What is meant by “give no offense” in verse 32?

7. What is meant by “please all men” in verse 33?

 

Evening:

Text: Jeremiah 7:30-34
Title: Joy Departing, Desolation Coming

Questions:

1. What time is covered here?

2. How have they provoked God’s wrath?

3. What judgment coming?

Sermon Questions for 01/18/15

Posted on January 14th, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions for 01/18/15

Morning:

Text: Text: 1 Corinthians 10:15-22
Title: Communion with Christ
Questions:
1. What is the “cup of blessing” and why is it called this?
2. What does Paul mean here by communion?
3. What three meals does he compare?
4. What does this tell us about the claims of Christ?

Evening:

Text: Jeremiah 7:21-25
Title: Forward or Backward?
Questions:
1. What does Jeremiah mean that God did not command sacrifice?
2. If not sacrifice, what does God command? What does He promise?
3. What had been the way of the people of Judah?

Sermon Questions 01/11/15

Posted on January 8th, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions 01/11/15

Morning:

Text: Text: 1 Corinthians 10:12-14

Title: Take Heed & Flee

Questions:

1. The “therefore” of verse 12 is a conclusion based on what?

2. What sort of “temptations” are ‘common to man”?

3. How is God faithful?

4. Why must one flee idolatry?

Evening:

Text: Jeremiah 7:16-20

Title: Fury Poured Out

Questions:

1. Previously, Judah is told they can not depend upon the temple to save them. Here what else may they not depend upon to avoid God’s judgment?

2. Why is Jeremiah told not to pray for them?

3. To what does God point Jeremiah?

4. What charge is brought against the people of Jerusalem?

5. What are the results of their sins?