Can two wrongs make a right? Sometimes we are tempted to think that just one more lie, just one more theft, just one more sin will bring things back to right. Yet, the Bible is clear: it is never right to do wrong. In this message from the book of 1 Samuel, we’ll look at King Saul’s temptation to offer a sacrifice to the Lord himself instead of waiting on God’s servant Samuel. While Saul thought that he wrongdoing was justified, God strongly condemned his actions.