This Sunday, we close out our sermon series by looking at a fictitious bad boy of the Bible that Jesus talks about in a parable. Jesus doesn't give him a name, perhaps because his story is our story. We unpack this passage and discover that the Father is looking, rooting and waiting for us to come to Him.
When I think about Judas, I am reminded of the old adage, “Sin will take you farther than you want to go, keep you longer than you want to stay, and cost you more than you’ll ever want to pay.” What we will discover is that Judas was not an unwilling spectator, but an evil participant who was a very skilled hypocrite. And in many ways, Judas didn’t just betray Jesus; he also betrayed himself by his sin. This Sunday, we will unpack the dangers of delving too far into sin while discovering that no one is unredeemable.
Our current sermon series is looking at the Bad Boys of the Bible and what we can learn from them. This Sunday we will examine the life story of Samson and how he grieved the Holy Spirit. To make it more personal, we will look at how we ourselves grieve the Holy Spirit and what actions we need to take to prevent that.
This Sunday we will begin a brand new sermon series looking at four men in the scriptures who struggled with sin. During the course of this series, our goal will be to track the effects of sin on our lives. Ultimately, we will witness the incredible grace of God as He deals with us, even as we are in the midst of sin. This Sunday, we look at Cain and the impact of giving in to sin.