Community Group Questions 05.01.22
Sermon // “The Lord’s Supper” // 1 Corinthians 11:17-34
- “When you come together, it is not the Lord’s supper that you eat” (1 Corinthians 11:20) Why does the apostle Paul say this to the Corinthian church?
a. In other words, in what ways were they causing divisions, cliques, and factions?
b. In what ways were they self-deceived, self-indulgent, and selfish?
- What is needed for such a meeting to qualify as the Lord’s Supper? (See especially vv. 33–34)
a. How can we cultivate more unity in our gatherings as believers?
- The Lord’s Supper has different perspectives in mind. Which perspective do you most appreciate? And which view would you like to challenge yourself to be more thoughtful of when you take the Lord’s supper?
a. Past View (11:24–25)
b. Present View (11:26)
c. Future View (11:26)
d. Upward View (11:27)
e. Inward View (11:28)
f. Outward View (11:20–22; 33–34)