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Sermon Series: TOP 10 Sinners of the Bible

July 2
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Matthew 4:1-11
Message: Satan
Theme: No other figure in scripture personifies evil than Satan. Described as the father of lies, Satan tempts Jesus to walk away from his purpose. After all, every person has their price right?

July 9
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Genesis 4:1-16
Message: Cain
Theme: Standing with his brother Abel, Cain offers his sacrifice to the Lord. Abel sacrifice is accepted, Cain's is not. Was Cain's offering of lesser quality? Or was there something deeper?

July 16
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Exodus 8:30-32
Message: Pharaoh
Theme: Throughout the story of God delivering Israel out of slavery, we read about the hard heart of Pharaoh. Why did he refuse to yield? What kept him from accepting the truth?

July 23
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Genesis 27:30-40
Message: Jacob
Theme: Jacob was all about himself. His actions reflected a person who was willing to do anything to get what he wanted. We witness the extent to which Jacob would go and the damage that was inflicted. Our actions have a great effect on others. The choices we make matter.

July 30
Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-12
Message: King Herod
Theme: When Herod heard that a new king was coming, his response was fear. His reaction was to do anything to keep what he had. When we hear about the coming king, what is our reaction?

August 6
Ninth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Genesis 3:8-13, 20-21
Message: Adam and Eve
Theme: Both Adam and Eve had violated God's command. Both hide when the heard the Lord approaching and each tried to place the blame on someone else. We have so many excuses--we are quick to blame others for the brokenness in our lives.

August 13
Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Acts 9:10-19
Message: The Apostle Paul
Theme: Before he was Paul the apostle, he was Saul the persecutor. Thinking he was doing God's will, Saul made the lives of many miserable. But he irony of all of this was that his actions showed a blindness to the very God he claimed to be serving.

August 20
Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: John 12:1-8
Message: Judas
Theme: Judas followed Jesus for more than three years. He saw lives changed in dramatic ways. But something happened along the way. How could someone be around Jesus that much and still not get it?

August 27
Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: 2 Samuel 12:1-7a
Message: David
Theme: He was a man after God's own heart. But he was man who grieved the heart of God as well. So willing to serve, but so self-centered, a man of faith and a sinful man--David is a contradiction in so many ways. Does this sound familiar?