Community Group Questions 2.28.21
Sermon // “Does the Shoe Fit” Song of Songs 2:8-17
- In what ways do we see anticipation fueled in the Shulamite’s heart in 2:8-9?
a. True or False: The whimsy, the fun, the enchantment, the captivation are all part of the intoxication of love created by God.
b. True or False: Couples who don’t spend time together before they are married probably won’t spend time together after they are married. Explain your reasoning.
c. For singles: How can the discussion above inform us if someone is a good fit?
d. For married couples: How can you continue to fuel excitement long after the wedding day?
- What do you learn from Solomon’s invitation in verses 10-13?
a. What did Pastor Kevin say that shared common interests and experiences do to strengthen a marriage/relationship.
b. How can you deal with uncommon interests?
- Read vs. 15 and describe what warning is given if “little foxes” are not dealt with? (for clarity – how are the foxes a metaphor?)
a. For singles/dating: How can pre-marital counseling help identify little foxes?
b. For married couples: What advice can you give to singles/dating regarding the kinds of things that should be agreed upon before marriage in order to determine a good fit?
- How would you explain the meaning of “My beloved is mine, and I am his” found in SOS 2:16?
a. How does Genesis 2:24 and 1 Corinthians 7:3-4 shed light on the meaning?
b. How is this True or False: “The biggest adjustment any human being will ever make in life is the radical adjustment of becoming one with his or her marriage partner.”