1. To inform the new Christian of the significance of the Lord's Supper.
2. To show the new Christian the link between the Old Covenant and the New.
A. Exodus 12: 1-28
1. Explain the historical context.
2. Male without defect
3. Bread made without yeast
4. Blood protects from judgment
5. Why were they to eat the Passover and celebrate it annually?
B. Matthew 26:17-30
1. What do the bread and cup represent?
2. How does Jesus change the emphasis of the Passover Meal?
3. Jesus becomes our Passover Lamb.
His blood protects from judgment. (Zechariah 9:911)
C. I Corinthians 10:14-22
1. According to these verses, what is the significance of the bread and cup?
2. How might someone try to participate both in the Lord's supper and in the supper of demons?
D. I Corinthians 11:17-34
1. What are you to remember when you participate in the Lord's supper?
2. What do you proclaim by partaking in the Lord's supper?
3. What does it mean to partake of the Lord I s supper in an unworthy manner?
4. Remembrance (v. 24, 25), Proclamation (v. 26), and Participation are three realities of the Lord's supper. How would you explain to an unbeliever how the Lord's supper accomplishes each of these?
1. Memory verse: I Corinthians 11:26
2. Continue memorizing order of New Testament: I Corinthians through Colossians.
3. Continue Foundations ...
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