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Sermon Study Questions
Pastor James will post his Sermon Study Questions every Tuesday for the previous Sunday’s sermon. Our hope is for these study questions to promote deeper personal study and further edify our church body.
Sermon Study Questions for Sunday, January 14, 2018
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1. Read Revelation 5:1-14
2. As we continue the vision that began in ch.4, there is a problem John immediately encounters as we move into ch.5. What is the problem, and why is it a problem?
3. Why is John so devastated by the fact that this scroll that can’t be unsealed? What did he already know about the contents of the scroll, and why would it be so important for God’s people to know these things?
4. What is the difference between seeing and having vision? What is it that we need to have a vision of in the Last Days? How does the right vision impact the way we interpret, and thus approach life and its challenges?
5. What is this vision of Jesus as a Lamb standing as though it had been slain, with seven horns and seven eyes meant to communicate about our Savior (be specific)? Practically speaking, how is this vision meant to impact you?
6. What makes the Lamb worthy to open the seals and the scroll? What does Him being able to open the scroll symbolize (read Daniel 7:13-14 for help)?
7. What do we learn about corporate worship in the church from this scene of worship in heaven?
8. What is it about this enormous scene of worship in heaven that stands out most to you and why?
9. What practical application can you make from this text/sermon?