The Lord's Supper
I Corinthians 11:17-34

  1. Why could Paul not commend the Corinthians?

  2. What had Paul heard was happening to the Corinthians when they assembled as a church?

  3. Why does Paul say that the church meal they shared was not the Lord's Supper?

  4. Where does Paul suggest that the Corinthians should eat and drink?

  5. What did Jesus say when He broke the bread on the night He was betrayed?

  6. What did Jesus say when He blessed the cup on the night He was betrayed?

  7. For how long a time are Christians to continue to eat the Lord's Supper? Are they to do this often or seldom?

  8. In what way could Christians eat the bread and drink the cup that would make them guilty of sinning against the body and blood of the Lord?

  9. What two things are Christians supposed to do/think about when they eat the Lord's Supper?

  10. Why does God discipline Christians?

  11. What does Paul tell the Corinthians to do when they come together to eat the Lord's Supper?

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