That Escalated Quickly

Genesis 4:8-16

May 19, 2024

- Satan led Cain to murder by first of all making him uncontrollably angry.

- Sin’s appetite will not be satisfied. It always wants more.

- Sin causes us to lose sight of what is important; to lose sight of what is true.

- Your sin doesn’t just affect you; it also affects those closest to you.

i. The Progressive Nature of Sin

ii. The Destructive Effects of Sin

a. Sin desensitizes us

b. Sin alienates us

1. Sin alienates us from others

2. Sin alienates us from God

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The Rise and Spread of a Godless Civilization

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A Tale of Two Brothers

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Choices have Consequences (Part Two)

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