- Acts 2:42-47 says that the early church in Jerusalem was devoted to four different things. What were they?
- This weekend, we are looking at one aspect of the early church’s devotion: fellowship or community. What is your definition of fellowship or community in the Christian life?
- As you read through Acts 2:42-47, how would you describe the fellowship or community of the early believers? You may also want to look at Acts 4:32-37.
- What other places in Scripture give you a sense of what it means for believers to be devoted to one another?
- One word that leaps off the page in this passage of Scripture is the word ‘devoted.’ This word conveys the idea of continuous, steadfast activity. What do you think it looks like to have steadfast, continuous devotion to fellowship?
- The point of our look at the Jerusalem church in the “Living Church” series is not to imitate the church but to learn from how the Holy Spirit was moving them in these early days. What aspects of the devotion to one another is God speaking to you about?
- Identify one practical way you will devote yourself to fellowship or community as a response to this week’s study and sermon. Write it down, reflect on it, and put it into practice this week. If you are in a small group, discuss this with one another.