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Bible Study - The Bread and the Cup

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Bible Study - The Bread and the Cup
Swap Coordinator:PinotAndPostcards (contact)
Swap categories: Letters & Writing  Miscellaneous  Religious 
Number of people in swap:7
Location:Regional - USA & Canada
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.90 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:February 25, 2024
Date items must be sent by:March 2, 2024
Number of swap partners:1
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The Word of God is living and active! It has power to effect our lives in an amazing way. But, the only way to access that life-changing power is to study it, know it, and to learn how to apply it and live it out in everyday life.

Join me in this weekly swap series. Share with your partner what the Holy Spirit is revealing to you through His Word.

For this week, read Mark Chapter 14. The Key Verse is Mark 14:22. (I recommend that you begin your Bible Study time with prayer. Ask the Lord to meet with you and honor your efforts to learn His Word. Ask Him to help you to understand it and to reveal what HE wants you to see.)

Send your partner a letter or notecard answering these questions about this week's passage:

**What does the bread symbolize when we take communion, or the Lord's Supper? The wine?

**How do the disciples disappoint Jesus in the garden? Do you relate more to Jesus or to the disciples in this scenario?

**Did you see anything in this chapter that was particularly intriguing to you? Are there any treasures you discovered during your study time that you would like to share?

Please, rate with a 5 if your partner answered all the questions. Don't rate based on the content of the answers. Keep in mind that these questions are meant to be challenging and thought provoking. Please, be understanding if someone struggled to come up with an answer. Everyone will have a different response!

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