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Sunday Preview 01.28.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... In preparation for our celebration of the Lord's Supper, we will consider the message Paul gave to the people in Antioch in Pisidia (Acts 13:13-52). Join us as our minds are again pointed to our matchless Savior! Sunday Songs Each week we'll include a list of songs we plan to sing during our time of corporate worship. We hope this he...

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Wednesday Wisdom 01.24.18

"[T]here is nothing in us or done by us, at any stage of our earthly development, because of which we are acceptable to God. We must always be accepted for Christ's sake, or we cannot ever be accepted at all. This is not true of us only 'when we believe.' It is just as true after we have believed. It will continue to be true as long as we live. Our need of Christ does not ...

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Sunday Preview 01.21.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... The way and attitude of God's people should stand in sharp contrast to the society around us. Being different is not the sole purpose, but rather that the people of God should shine forth a life of contentment and peace. As we hold on to the truths of Scripture, the redemption that God has worked in us will be brought forth in our live...

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Wednesday Wisdom 01.17.18

"Hast thou repented? God looks upon thee as if thou hadst not offended; He becomes a friend, a father; He will now bring forth the best robe and put it on thee: God is pacified towards thee, and will with the father of the prodigal, fall upon thy neck and kiss thee...Hast thou been penitentially humbled? The Lord will never upbraid thee with thy former sins. After Peter we...

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Sunday Preview 01.14.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Humility is much easier to talk about than demonstrate. The church has been called to illustrate the gospel in the real world. But in order for the gospel to be on display, our own rights and preferences cannot be our primary objective. As we observe the humility of our Savior, we see a key to true gospel demonstration: emptying oursel...

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Wednesday Wisdom 01.10.18

"Most merciful Father, I give You all praise and thanks and glory, for You have been pleased to give me, a miserable sinner, so excellent a gift and treasure, as to be received into the fellowship and company of Your dear Son Jesus Christ, my Lord. I pray now that You would grant this request that You would never allow me to grow so callous as to forget Your many blessings...

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Sunday Preview 01.07.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God has called His people to dwell together in a Spirit of unity (Phil. 2:1-4). This call encompasses far more than cooperation for the sake of harmony. It is at the heart of true gospel ministry. In order to truly live out the gospel, others must see how the gospel is a rallying truth that enables us to set aside our own preferences i...

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Wednesday Wisdom 01.03.18

"We must renounce our sinful desire to know the future and to be in control. We are not gods. We walk by faith, not by sight. We risk because God does not risk. We walk into the future in God-glorifying confidence, not because the future is known to us but because it is known to God. And that's all we need to know. Worry about the future is not simply a character tic, it i...

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Sunday Preview 12.31.17

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Pressure is continually mounting for gospel churches to cater to the mindset, philosophy, and manner of life set by the world's culture. Those who herald a different message are seen as intolerant and unloving. This dichotomy of thought is not a surprise to God or to the writers of Scripture. In Philippians 1:27-30, God preemptively in...

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Wednesday Wisdom 12.27.17

"God became man. The divine Son became a Jew. The Almighty appeared on earth as a helpless human baby, unable to do more than lie and stare and wriggle and make noises, needing to be fed and changed and taught to talk like any other child. And there was no illusion or deception in this; the babyhood of the Son of God was a reality. The more you think about it, the more sta...

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