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Sunday Preview 02.17.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Mankind prefers autonomous control over life. Solomon has come to learn well that our lives are under the sovereign control of God from birth to death (Eccl. 3:1-8). God is at work bringing forth His beautiful purposes (v. 11a). When life is properly observed, man recognizes that there is more than this physical universe ("He has put e...

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Sunday Preview 02.10.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Having exhausted his pursuits of wisdom and pleasure, Solomon tests whether wise living will enable him to gain a handle on the meaning of life. He states that there is a more positive benefit to wise living than foolishness, but then he drops the hammer: there is no avoiding death. Even if you live more wisely than anyone around you, ...

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Sunday Preview 02.03.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Join us this Sunday as we witness the baptism of three who have trusted Jesus Christ as their Savior. Baptism serves to declare through symbolic means the miraculous intervention of God in the lives of those who trust Him. Baptism pictures that the redeemed have been united together with Jesus Christ, having been "buried with Him by b...

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Sunday Preview 01.27.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Can you imagine if you were able to fulfill every desire of your heart? What if you had every material possession, every taste, every project, every penny, every sound, every sensation, everything you ever desired at your disposal on an ongoing basis? One might think that this would result in a full and enduring experience of joy. King...

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Sunday Preview 01.20.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Pursuing wisdom is a great choice. The Bible, in fact, commends such a pursuit. Conventional wisdom produces benefits in this life. We profit from some of the pithy statements of people like Benjamin Franklin ("A penny saved is a penny earned"). In the course of the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon will conclude that it is more profitable...

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Sunday Preview 01.13.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Every day, the sun rises and sets. Every day, the earth spins. Every day, people are born, and people die. Life can seem pretty monotonous. And while we try to make an impact, sometimes it seems like everything will be the same with or without us. Not only is our impact relatively insignificant, this question remains: Will anyone remem...

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Sunday Preview 01.06.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Life has many unexpected twists and turns. As we navigate through this life, there are many elements that simply do not make sense to us. Are some people just lucky while others are misfortunate? Why does one experience the good things of life while another seems to be bombarded with challenges? And why are those who have all the lucky...

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Sunday Preview 12.30.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... What a joy to know that our salvation is a work of God based solely upon the work of Jesus Christ! It is His righteousness that is the basis of our justification, sanctification, and glorification. It is encouraging to know these theological truths: 1) our right standing before God is secure when we fully trust Jesus as our Savior (Phi...

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Sunday Preview 12.23.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God used shepherds, angels, an elderly minister, and and elderly widow to proclaim the arrival of the Redeemer. As we gather to celebrate the birth of our Savior, we too want to praise God and testify to the presence of the only hope of eternal salvation that is available to our world. Come join us in worshiping our Savior! Sunday Son...

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Sunday Preview 12.16.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Since the Fall, the world had been waiting. Since the calling of Abraham, a people had been waiting. As time passed, more revelation of the promised Messiah-Redeemer was unveiled. Many were captured by other things, but God preserved a remnant who kept waiting. Finally, in the virgin birth, the Redeemer arrived. He is "a light for reve...

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