In This Series
- Developing a God-Given Burden for the Lost
- Preparing Today for the Judgement Seat
- Do this in remembrance of Me
- When God Says “No”
- Each One… Reach One
- God With Us
- Finding Freedom
- Building a Legacy
- God Wants to Use YOU, Part 2
- God Wants to Use YOU
- One Woman’s Memorial
- A Tragic Ending
- An Indispensable Ingredient
- “They” Crucified Him
- Am I Willing?
- Another Touch
- Seven Days a Week
- Be Aware... and Prepared
- Do This in Remembrance of ME
- Boasting Permitted
- Living Intentionally
- The War of Wants
- A Goal for 2022
- Why the Virgin Birth Matters
- Take the Opportunity
- How Does God Forgive Sin?
- America…Have We Forgotten?
- What Defines a Great Church?
- The Three Chairs
- Welcoming Tom Thompson of The Refuge
- Welcoming Pilira Chibwana
Stand-Alone Sermons (31)
Sunday, March 06, 2022
Do This in Remembrance of ME
We’re dedicating the entire morning to communion. It’s the time we set aside to reflect on the greatest gift ever given…the sacrifice that Jesus made for each of us on the cross.Fill-in Notes
Don’t be afraid to add to this list, skip questions that don’t work for your group or branch off with additional questions as discussion unfolds. Conversation is key! This is the time to work through the application of scripture and have group members figure things out together.
- What was your view of and experience with communion growing up? How has it changed as you’ve grown in your walk with Christ?
- How was the Passover foreshadowing of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross? How was Jesus the ultimate sacrificial lamb?
- Why do you think Jesus wanted us to focus on his death when we take communion, and not on his resurrection? What is the significance of this?
- Out of the five characteristics that a communion service should hold (in our faith), which is your primary approach when you take communion?
- Read 1 Corinthians 11:27–28. Why is it important to approach communion with the right heart? What does it mean to be found “guilty of the body and blood of the Lord”?
- Verse 28 commands us to examine ourselves. What is the Lord asking you to repent from as you approached the communion table this week? Are there any addictions, habits, or unrepented sin that your group or a member of your group can help you overcome?
- Pastor Harrell mentioned how sometimes we need to ask God to help us identify specific sins in our lives that need to be repented of. Do you do this on a regular basis in your prayer time with God? If so, have you found it to be effective?
- Where are you reading in the Bible this week and what is God revealing to you?
- How can you be praying for your group this week? How can they be praying for you?
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