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Playing the Fool

Biblical ways people play the fool

This series of sermons is based on 1 Samuel 26:21 where Saul said to David, "I have sinned. Return, my son David. For I will harm you no more, because my life was precious in your eyes this day. Indeed I have played the fool and erred exceedingly" (NKJV).

Men play the fool by:

  1. Mixing Old Testament and pagan works into the Gospel.
  2. Despising a fathers instruction.
  3. Hearing but not doing what the Lord requires.
  4. Being wise in your own eyes.
  5. Trusting in earthly riches.
  6. Claiming "There is no God."
  7. Mocking sin.

To preserve some complex font display, the first lesson is in Adobe format.

--Steven J. Wallace

 
Lesson Author Date File

Introduction with Points 1-3

Wallace, Steven 2018.03.04 mp3, pdf
Wise In Your Own Eyes
Wallace, Steven 2018.03.04 mp3, pptx
Trusting In Earthly Riches
Wallace, Steven 2018.03.11 mp3, pptx
"There Is No God"
Wallace, Steven 2018.03.11 mp3, pptx
Mocking Sin
Wallace, Steven 2018.03.18 mp3, pptx
       
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