The Irrationality of Sin (1 Samuel 19:18-24)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, March 6, 2011
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

Have you ever wondered why some people seem oblivious to the presence of sin in their lives? Have you ever wondered why others don't care that their sin guarantees ruin and disaster for them? Have you ever been amazed at the convoluted rationalizations that some people engage in? This sermon discusses the mystery of such self-deception and what we can do about it. It shows how all sin is self-destructive and all sin is irrational. It gives great reasons why we need to cling to God's grace every day.

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