Read Acts 2:1-5, 2:36-47
- What are some details we are told about these believers?
- How can 3000 people have “everything in common” (vs 2:44)?
- Outside of Jerusalem, what opportunities would these believers have to learn about Christ and His teachings?
- How does that affect how we look at the response from these believers?
- How does sharing a meal affect fellowship?
- How does praying for or with someone affect fellowship?
- How does sharing your own prayer needs affect fellowship?
Read 2 Corinthians 6:11-7:4
- Can you have fellowship without an open heart?
- What issues might arise if we yoke ourselves to an unbeliever in a marriage? In a business partnership? In a charity cause? In political affiliation?
- What’s the difference between “yoking to” and interacting with?
- Why is this command important to our understanding of fellowship?
Read 1 John 1:3-7, 2:9-11
- What role does our fellowship with other believers play in our fellowship with God?
- What are some intentional ways to seek fellowship with believers outside of church?
- What thing or things are central to our fellowship with God and other believers?
Read 1 Corinthians 13:4-7
- How comforting is it if you are yoked to someone that holds their fellowship with you to this standard?
- What are some practical ways to ensure we are applying this standard to our fellowship?
- How can we pray for you?
Need a prayer cue? Try Psalm 133 & 134