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Sunday Preview 08.11.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... It is much easier to be a critic than a helper. The natural bent of the human heart is to see differences and to distance ourselves, but God calls for actions that are radically different. In the face of our rebellion, God sent His Son. The very act of God's redeeming work through Christ was facilitated through the hate of religious le...

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Sunday Preview 08.04.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... How much do you care about the spiritual well-being of your brother? Would you be willing to sacrifice the free exercise of some area of your liberty in order to avoid their spiritual harm? It is the job of the church to display the spirit of God's kingdom in this age. It is a kingdom much more concerned about love, righteousness, peac...

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Sunday Preview 07.28.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God calls His people to welcome one another, which is a call to a sweet harmony. He gives us numerous compelling reasons to foster this peaceful environment: 1) We are His servants (Rom. 14:1-9); 2) We will stand before His judgment (Rom. 14:10-12); 3) We are to represent the spirit of His kingdom (Rom. 14:13-23); 4) We are to represen...

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Sunday Preview 07.21.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Many love to quibble over controversial matters. A quick scan through social media reveals the combative spirit of this age; however, this spirit runs deeper than our current generation. God warns His people about wasting time with endless debates that result in harm rather than good (1 Timothy 6:20; 2 Timothy 2:19; 4:3-4; Titus 1:14; ...

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Sunday Preview 07.14.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God's people are a called people. By His grace, God has called us "out of darkness into His marvelous light" (1 Pet. 2:9) and "into His own kingdom and glory" (1 Thess. 2:12). And having been called, God now charges us to walk by His grace in a manner worthy of this calling (Eph. 4:1). Join us as Pastor Bill considers the holy calling ...

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Sunday Preview 07.07.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Over the past couple of Sundays, our studies have been designed to deepen our admiration and awareness of God. Two weeks ago, we wanted to connect the visions of God (as described by Ezekiel, Isaiah, and John) with an awareness of His presence. Last week, our emphasis was upon God's unchanging nature, and how we can confidently approac...

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Sunday Preview 06.30.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God's nature is the same from generation to generation. God does not evolve or change; He does not learn or adapt. It is necessary for God's people to worship Him as He is in truth. Are you listening for His voice in Scripture? Are you able to approach Him? What should our heart attitude be like in worshipping Him? Come join us this Su...

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Sunday Preview 06.23.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Over the next several weeks, our studies will expand upon two major emphases of the book of Ecclesiastes: 1) the fear of God, and 2) the final judgment. In order to gain our best vantage point of these important concepts, we need a deep, enduring awe of God, a sober-minded understanding of sin, and a realization of God's rightful place...

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Sunday Preview 06.16.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Join us as Pastor Bill considers God's good design for biblical manhood. Sunday Songs Each week we'll include a list of songs we plan to sing during our time of corporate worship. We hope this helps you prepare for our Sunday gatherings. You Made Us Your Own Chosen by Grace Always Forgiven Chosen as His Children...

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Sunday Preview 06.09.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... As Solomon concludes this sacred writing, he characterizes the nature of the collection (Eccl. 12:9-12) and draws a final conclusion (Eccl. 12:13-14). He calls for two actions: "fear God and keep His commandments." The order of these calls is essential. Worship precedes obedience. Keeping God's commandments is impossible without the ne...

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