The sin of self-glory is a deadly thing, and even if you have never openly claimed to be a god, you probably still struggle with it. In some way, you’re likely tempted to focus your attention on yourself and prop up your own perceived sense of greatness. King Herod certainly fell into this sin, and his story helps us see our own sinful tendencies as well. By looking at Herod’s fall, we can learn about the source of self-glory, the seriousness of self-glory, and the substitute for self-glory.
This week we are studying from Acts 12:20-25.
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