-Where do your desires naturally come from? How can you practically change what you desire? 

-We recently spent nearly a year studying the book of Exodus, which Paul references here… what point do you think he was making to the Corinthians from the example of the Israelites during the Exodus? 

-What are some of the “evil desires” that Paul addresses? What were the consequences? Do you think the Corinthian church learn from the Israelites example? Do you think the church today has learned? 

-Paul spends a lot of time addressing meat sacrificed to idols, what are some examples of this concept in our lives today? 

-What is idolatry and why does it matter? 

-Read verses 23, 24, 33… what does Paul conclude should be our primary motive as followers of Christ?