by Jeff Schreve

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Witchcraft…Who Me? (3 of 7)
Series: The Shadow of the Almighty
Pastor Jeff Schreve
1 Samuel 15:1-23

Have you ever done something in your life that was just a little thing, you thought it was just a little thing, well it's just like a little thing that you probably shouldn't do that ended up being a huge thing that was disastrous for you? Every time I think of little things that have huge consequences I think about the time when I was 25 years old, when I had my first outside sales job, working for waste management and I thought I was so cool because they gave me a company car and here I was and I didn't have to go into the office all the time. I was just out and about and I was in my company car and I could just come and go and I was with some of the other more experienced reps and we were going to lunches and man I just thought I was bad. You know "we bad". And back then you know I looked good back then and I had this comb in my pocket. I used a comb back then and one of my prayer request to God, when I started losing my hair, was "Lord can I still have hair for my wedding pictures?" And it was about a week later I lost it all. And I had a comb because back then when I was 25 I still had enough hair and lied to myself and said "Nobody can really notice that it is getting thinner." But it was really cool. And I had my car and I was just kinda of stuffed full of myself. And then one day with my car, a little red light came on, that says "Oil". Have you ever noticed that light? When it comes on and says "Oil" it is like don't pass go don't collect $200, stop and get the oil changed. Well I learned the hard way because I said to myself "You know hey, I am Jeff Schreve I am 25 years old I got a comb I got an outside sales job." You know wisdom said "Stop and get the oil changed that light is flickering on" but stupidity said "The light must be broken". And that is what I said to myself "The light must be broken." I kept going, BOOM! I heard a bad noise. Smoke b ...

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