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Sunday Preview 01.26.20

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... How does your righteousness measure up? Are you being a good Christian? Looking around at the world makes you really disheartened, doesn't it? What's wrong with all of these people?I am so glad that I am not as wicked as all of them.I go to church, give money, read my bible, and pray.You might remember the Lord Jesus telling a parable...

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Sunday Preview 01.19.20

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Paul's unveiling of man's unrighteousness continues in the last section of Romans chapter one. He states, essentially, that because mankind did not "retain God in their knowledge" (Rom. 1:28), God gave them up to a mind that is not sound. The result of this unfit mind is that they "do what ought not to be done." They are controlled by ...

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Sunday Preview 01.12.20

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Are you hungry for the gospel? If you don't know what it is, or realize the perils from which it can save you, then probably not. In the book of Romans, Paul is ultimately trying to give his readers an appetite for the gospel. His argument? The gospel reveals and provides God's righteousness (Rom. 1:17). We are in desperate need of thi...

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Sunday Preview 01.05.20

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... We have all been created by God as worshipers. The One we are supposed to worship has revealed Himself through the things He has created. Many, rather than worshiping the Creator, worship created things. When man does not respond to God's revelation with belief and worship, there is an exchange for worshiping the wrong things. God is n...

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Sunday Preview 12.29.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Why be a part of a gospel-loving, gospel-preaching, gospel-dependent church? As we have seen, the gospel produces fruitboth eternal (justification, or being declared righteous) and in the present (sanctification, or demonstrating righteousness) (Rom. 1:8-17). This righteousness is vitally important, for "the wrath of God is revealed fr...

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Sunday Preview 12.22.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change." (James 1:17) "For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich." (2 Corinthians...

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Sunday Preview 12.15.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... As we celebrate Christmas, we are remembering the birth of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. His arrival marked an incredible transformation in the history of the world. He transformed individuals, and He transformed the people's understanding of a relationship with God. One day, He will come again. When He does, the transformation He...

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Sunday Preview 12.08.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... We all want to see another Great Awakening in the world. We want to see people turning from their sin toward our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, for salvation. Generally, awakening is preceded by revival. God's people, the redeemed, are rightly energized by the proclamation and application of the gospel. As those who are being transform...

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Sunday Preview 12.01.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Have you ever wondered what God would have you do in a particular situation? We can become paralyzed at times as we weigh out the options before us. Thankfully, our Savior has given us His word to provide the guidance we need to navigate this life. Join us as Pastor Bill considers what the Scriptures have to say concerning God's will f...

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Sunday Preview 11.24.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Do you value what God values? As we continue our study of Romans, we will consider Paul's passion for the church. It was a passion that propelled his prayer life and his plans. He desired to make an impact and be impacted by the church as channels of God's powerful, life-changing grace. Paul valued the church because God values the chu...

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