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Sunday Preview 05.19.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Life circumstances bring to our attention the foolishness of man. Our tendency towards foolishness is revealed in 1) common elements of life (Ecclesiastes 10:3), 2) governmental decisions (vv. 4-7), 3) pursuits of our wants and needs (vv. 8-11), our words (vv. 12-14, 20), our lack of direction (v. 15), and our lack of discretion (vv. 1...

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Sunday Preview 05.12.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Life is filled with many variables, so people often try to control the circumstances and results of life choices. But in Ecclesiastes 9, Solomon wants to inform us that we are unable to control our lives. Life is filled with randomness (v. 11) and uncertainty (v. 12). In light of of the randomness of life and the uncertainty of when we...

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Sunday Preview 05.05.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... When we think that all of life's matters are under our control, there is an unbearable weight that presses down on us. If we think that blessing and trouble rest upon whether we act in certain ways, our view of life will be distorted and we will be very frustrated. Solomon clearly states that no one can fully grasp the way life works (...

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Sunday Preview 04.28.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Common wisdom has wonderful benefits in this life. It enables us to deal properly with authority (Eccl. 8:1-6) and the anomalies of life (vv. 14-15). However, it will not give us the ability to know the future (vv. 7-8) or to understand all of the intricacies of how life works (vv. 16-17). True wisdomthat which comes from Godenables us...

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Sunday Preview 04.21.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Life presents many statistical improbabilities. Sometimes we see people overcome these improbabilities, and we are amazed. But life also presents many impossibilities. One of these impossibilities is the resurrection of the dead. No man has power over the dead. God, on the other hand, is not bound by natural law. He rules over the crea...

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Sunday Preview 04.14.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... The scene portrayed in the Gospels of Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem has been recounted innumerable times throughout the generations. As we consider it from our vantage point, we can see the appropriate celebration of the King, but we also know what was going to occur at the end of the week: Jesus would be on display as the suff...

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Sunday Preview 04.07.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Join us as Pastor Bill considers the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ from 2 Peter 3. Come and worship our returning King! 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. Jesus Is Lord Creation Sings All Creat...

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Sunday Preview 03.31.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Why does life take various twists and turns? Is there any point to turmoil? As we approach Ecclesiastes chapter 7, Solomon will speak of the brokenness of the world and the brokenness of man. In his musing, we will notice that there is much wisdom to be gained from the troubles we experience. While our fairytale expectations may be das...

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Sunday Preview 03.24.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... In the next section of Ecclesiastes (5:8-6:12), Solomon will explain that man's selfishness is clearly seen (5:8-17), and that this selfishness does not result in satisfaction (5:10-12; 6:1-7). But there is one who knows what is good for man (6:8-12). Solomon states the importance of receiving as a grace gift the ability to view life, ...

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Sunday Preview 03.17.19

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Approaching the worship of God should be with great awe. Solomon begins to dive into one of the threads he has woven into the fabric of Ecclesiastes: the fear of God. Essentially, he will tell us to listen with awe (v. 1), speak with awe (vv. 2-3), commit ourselves with awe (vv. 4-6), and live with awe (v. 7). We should ensure the we a...

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