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Sermon Questions for 01/03/16

Posted on December 29th, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions for 01/03/16

Morning:

Text: 1 Corinthians 11:27-34
Title: Let a Man Examine Himself
Questions:
1. Of what danger does Paul warn the Corinthians?
2. How has God chastened some?
3. What is their duty in regards to their coming to the Lord’s Supper?
4. How may our religious exercises provoke God’s wrath?

Evening:

Text: Jeremiah 12:1-6
Title: Is God Unfair?
Questions:
1. What is Jeremiah’s observation and concern?
2. Where does he start in his consideration?
3. What does he note about God?
4. What does he ask God to do?
5. How is God’s response, in vv. 5-6, something different than we would expect?
6. Is God’s response comforting? Why or why not?

Sermon Questions for 12/27/15

Posted on December 22nd, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions for 12/27/15

Morning:

Text: 1 Corinthians 11:23-26
Title: This Do
Questions:
1. What does Paul provide as an alternative to what he has just criticized?
2. How did he come by this?
3. What does he describe?
4. What are the materials of the sacrament?
5. What were the actions of Jesus?
6. What actions are expected of the recipients?
7. What purpose does this serve?
8. How long is this to continue?

Evening:

Text: Jeremiah 11:18-23
Title: Scheming Against the Messenger
Questions:
1. Of what does Jeremiah become aware?
2. How does he know?
3. Who were the people involved?
4. Why are they opposed to Jeremiah?
5. To whom does Jeremiah turn?
6. What judgment does God give?

Sermon Questions for 12/20/15

Posted on December 15th, 2015 with Comments Off on Sermon Questions for 12/20/15

Morning:

Text: 1 Corinthians 11:17-22
Title: Why Do You Come Together?
Questions:
1. What has the Apostle heard?
2. What is going on?
3. Is it the Lord’s Supper they eat?
4. What divisions are seen here?
5. Is this applicable to the way we come to church or communion?

Evening:

Text: Jeremiah 11:11-17
Title: No Escape!
Questions:
1. Why is Judah condemned?
2. In what will they have no help?
3. What sort of prayer should Jeremiah not pray?
4. How do we see God’s anger here?