No Idols
No Idols
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This "Skermon" (skit/sermon) about steering clear of the world's fleeting pleasures, focuses on three kinds of “idol worship,” listed in 1John 2:16,17. Each one is traced back to its roots in Satan’s temptation in the Garden of Eden (Gen. 3:6).

First, the “lust of the flesh,” is traced back to the fruit being "good for food.” In a modern parallel, a woman over indulges herself at the spa, "idolizing" her body. Second, the “lust of the eyes,” is traced back to the fruit being “pleasing to the eye.” In a modern parallel, a man buys a car he cannot afford; "idolizing" his stuff. Third, the “boastful pride of life,” is traced back the fruit being “desirable for gaining wisdom.” In a modern parallel, a man sacrifices his relationship with his wife to climb the corporate ladder, "idolizing" his image. The pastor comments on "idol worship" after each vignette.

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Specifications
Dramatic Category Skermon
Scripture Exodus 20:4, Genesis 3, 1John 2:16, 1John 5:21
Topic Lust of the eyes, flesh, and pride of life
Audience Youth and adult
Cast 5 men, 4 women
Time 6 minutes
Features .
A look at the origins of sin
Presents a modern translation of Satan in the Garden
Excellent for a sermon on sin, self-control, temptation, or idols
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