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Wednesday Wisdom 06.28.17

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Sunday Review 06.25.17

In case you weren't able to be with us for our time together yesterday, here's what you missed: Worship Gatherings Pastor Rob continued our study of the fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23. As we looked at the fruit of longsuffering, we saw that God's longsuffering has been on display throughout the Scriptures (Ex. 34:6-7; Ps. 103:8; Joel 2:13b), reaching its full...

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Sunday Preview 06.25.17

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God pronounced to Moses who He is in a stunning scene in Exodus 34: "The Lord passed before him and proclaimed, 'The Lord, the Lord, a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness, keeping steadfast love for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, but who will by no means c...

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Wednesday Wisdom 06.21.17

If Jesus has died and made full payment for our sins, however, there is no payment left for us to make on them. God can’t punish two people for the same offense. If Jesus has taken our defilement into himself, there is no stain left upon us. The foul spot has finally been purged away, transmitted to Christ. Therefore, because God is faithful and just, and the penalty...

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Sunday Review 06.18.17

In case you weren't able to be with us for our time together yesterday, here's what you missed: Worship Gathering Pastor Rob continued our study of the fruit of the Spirit with a focus on peace as illustrated in Mark's account of Jesus calming the sea (Mark 4:35-41). We observed that the fearful response of the disciples was natural, but that Jesus' response to the sam...

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Sunday Preview 06.18.17

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... We live in a world in which there is turmoil both externally and internally. The God who created all things, in His own time and His own way, will deal with all turmoil. While we live in this world, we will continue to be surrounded by unrest, but the God of peace can produce a rest within His people as we walk in the power of the Holy...

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Living in Contradiction to God’s Wisdom

The book of James is the wisdom literature of the New Testament. As such, it describes what a life of wisdom looks like. When viewed in its proper context, James is describing the impact of the gospel upon those who humbly surrender to God and His authoritative word. The gospel rescues us (Rom. 1:16). It rescues us from our sin and its consequences (Eph. 1:7).&n...

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Wednesday Wisdom 06.14.17

The advantages of afflictions, when the Lord is pleased to employ them for the good of his people, are many and great. Permit me to mention a few of them; and the Lord grant that we may all find those blessed ends answered to ourselves, by the trials he is pleased to appoint us. Afflictions quicken us to prayer. It is a pity it should be so; experience testifies that a lo...

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Sunday Review 06.11.17

In case you weren't able to be with us for our time together yesterday, here's what you missed: Worship Gatherings Pastor Rob continued our study of the fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23. As we looked at the fruit of joy, we saw that God's people are to experience and exhibit joy in this life (Phil. 4:4), and that joy and pain can be experienced simultaneously (...

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Sunday Preview 06.11.17

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... The fruit of the Spirit is not about “good acts,” but about the very character of God being displayed in the lives of His people. God Himself evidences His glory as believers walk by the Spirit. This week, as we continue our study of the book of Galatians, we will examine how the Spirit displays God’s character of joy...

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