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Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! God’s great mercy became a transforming reality through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This mercy is a result of God’s love for us, and this love invites us to live differently in the present. We are to be living sacrifices that no longer conform to the patterns of the world. The world…
 
Freedom is one of the most sought after intangibles in the world. It has inspired great speeches, built nations, and countless have willingly given up their lives so that others may live free. Freedom is also one of the primary reasons as to why Jesus came to earth. He declared that His mission was to proclaim liberty to the captives and to set fre…
 
When looking at the future of the Church, we need to take into account the Immediate Future, the Intermediate Future and the Ultimate Future. For the Immediate Future, I’ll be looking right up to 2030 on the events I believe will happen. The Intermediate Future is difficult to date, but I can tell you certain events that will definitely be taking p…
 
Last week, on Easter Sunday, we began a new series titled Love Reigns. We celebrated together the miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ because his victory over death is proof that he is the true King over everything. Jesus Christ demonstrated his love for humanity by sacrificially giving his life on the cross and resurrecting from the dead. Beca…
 
As Jesus was being crucified, the soldiers mocked him by placing a crown of thorns on his head and placing a sign over his head that read “King of the Jews.” They did not see him as the true King who rules and reigns. After Jesus’ resurrection, he revealed himself to his disciples and because of his defeat of death, he claims all authority over hea…
 
We are continuing our series called Marked – Called by the Savior. The calling of Jesus is an exciting journey, but that does not mean every moment of following Him results in a thrilling adventure. Most of the time, Jesus calls us to follow him in the ordinary situations of life. Sermon Notes: God calls you to follow him in ordinary everyday life …
 
We always esteem those who come boldly to the Throne of Grace, but what about those who just want a touch from afar? We’re all familiar with Jesus’ encounter with Jairus and the woman in Mark 5. Essentially, they’re two stories in one, and both drive at one point – that He’s all powerful, and yet personal! Come and explore this familiar encounter m…
 
The Book of Numbers is unlikely to be many Christians’ favourite book in the Bible. The reason perhaps is because there doesn’t seem to be a coherent subject matter. Contained within this book are two censuses that were taken some 38 years apart, a motley collection of laws, historical narratives and various instructions on how Israel was to organi…
 
We are continuing our series called Marked – Called by the Savior. How many times do we make excuses that keep us from following God’s call on our life? Following Jesus requires that we leave our places of comfort and security, refuse to allow excuses to keep us from immediately obeying Jesus, and avoid becoming distracted with other responsibiliti…
 
How do we make sense of life when things fall apart and it feels as if we’re put on hold by God? What is God trying to do in our lives? Will these hard times one day make sense? Let’s take a closer look at the familiar account of Joseph and allow God to speak to us.Cornerstone Community Church tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In Part 2 of our series on the Last Days, we’ll be looking at the person of the Antichrist. It might surprise you to know that the Bible has lots to say about him. In fact, so much detail is given about him in Scripture that it’s almost as if the Father is saying, “I don’t want you to be ignorant about his identity. Pay close attention and don’t be…
 
The Book of Exodus and the Book of Numbers are like mirror images of each other. Many events recorded in the Book of Exodus happened again in the Book of Numbers. It’s interesting that while the English Bible titles the fourth book as Numbers, the Hebrew title for the same book translates as ‘In the Wilderness’. One relates the exit of the Hebrew p…
 
We are continuing our series called Marked – Called by the Savior. Jesus began his ministry by calling men and women to follow him and be his disciples. Jesus didn’t come to call the healthy, he came to call those who are imperfect, sick, and hurting. The call is Jesus is open to everyone! Sermon Notes: Being Called will Require You to Leave Some T…
 
Today we begin a new sermon series called Marked – Called by the Savior. Jesus began his ministry by calling men and women to follow him and be his disciples. Today, the invitation of Jesus remains the same: to follow him as his students and to embrace his life and teaching in every area of our lives. We encourage you to share this service with oth…
 
This is going to be one of the most interesting subjects I’ve ever preached on. When one is studying on the subject of the Second Coming of Christ and the Apocalypse, one has to understand that there are many aspects we can look into. This is a very broad and wide subject, but I’ve chosen four topics to be shared over the next few weekends to help …
 
Today, we are continuing our series called Devoted – Faithful Obedience in the Same Direction. You are called to do ministry right where God has placed you! This morning, Larry Van Hoose is sharing about our ministry in place. Sermon Notes: Your ministry has to be contextualized to your place. The “place” matters. “All discipleship is local – it is…
 
As Christians, we’re called to be distinctive and different in our attitudes and behaviour. It isn’t about engineering our behaviour, but it starts with a paradigm shift. This was one of the essential things that Jesus tried to do in the Sermon on the Mount. He redefined for us how we’re to approach the issue of justice; how our actions are to be d…
 
Today, we are continuing our series called Devoted. We have been learning how we all face troubles in life. How can we stand strong and avoid Satan’s temptations when everything is crashing down around us? With God’s help, we can be devoted: and we can put God’s love at the center of our lives. Sermon Notes: When we encounter troubles of all kinds,…
 
Have you ever heard someone say, “God’s not fair”? In Ezekiel 18, God responded to His people when they complained that they were suffering unfairly. Let’s delve into what God reveals about His justice, truth and character through His Word.Cornerstone Community Church tarafından oluşturuldu
 
I’m continuing where I left off when I last spoke on ‘The Prophetic Dilemma – What do you do when prophecies don’t come to pass?’ And I want to do it for several reasons. Number 1: I’ve not received as much response from a message like I had from this one. It seemed to resonate with many people and definitely struck a chord. But more than that, I h…
 
As Christians, we’re called to be distinctive and different in our attitudes and behaviour. It isn’t about engineering our behaviour, but it starts with a paradigmshift. This was one of the essential things that Jesus tried to do in the Sermon on the Mount. He redefined for us how we’re to approach the issue of justice, how our actions are to be dr…
 
Today, we are continuing our series called Devoted – Faithful Obedience in the Same Direction. Every believer will face trials, troubles, and tests in life. God can use those things to grow us to maturity in Christ. But Satan wants us to give in to temptation, which can destroy us. Today, we learn how we can stand strong in testing and temptation. …
 
Not since the scandals of famous televangelists like Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, and a host of other lesser names in the 1980’s, have the credibility of Pentecostals and Charismatic churches come under a greater barrage of criticism and scrutiny than with the recent failed prophecies of Donald Trump’s re-election. The whole prophetic movement has c…
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! How do we deal with the troubles in life? Where do we turn and how can we get through them? The Bible has the answers to teach us how we can faithful to our commitments, and keep our word. Sermon Notes: We can choose how our troubles impact our faithTroubles Require WisdomWisdom Requires PrayerPrayer Requ…
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! Even though we aren’t meeting in person, we have a special service planned. Today, you will get to hear from Pastor Mike Morris and his wife Jennifer as they share what they are learning about the Sabbath. Scripture Today: Matthew 11John 15 The post Devoted – Snow Day Sabbath Devotional appeared first on …
 
Pastor Yang lays out the prophetic vision for Cornerstone 2021. In this message, he speaks about how we should expect the supernatural to become natural in our churches, how we must abide in Christ to increase in fruitfulness, and how we should prepare for, and sustain the coming revival.Cornerstone Community Church tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Moses’ encounter with God at the burning bush is an account we all know about. However, with familiarity also comes the tendency to gloss over and miss details that can convey much truth. Here’s a relook at this familiar encounter and a discovery of fresh insights that we may have easily missed.Cornerstone Community Church tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Today, we are starting a brand new series called Devoted. How can we be steadfast, committed, and live with integrity and devotion when we face trials and troubles and choices? The Bible has much to say about staying faithful over time, no matter what comes, with God’s help. Sermon Notes: What keeps you from following Jesus? We all have trouble in …
 
God want every part of us. Some of us haven't truly given our life completely to Jesus and we are walking around as counterfeit believers. God wants all of us. He wants us either hot or cold but not lukewarm. God wants all or nothing.Willie Taylor tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! Today, we are continuing our new series learning about Spiritual Disciplines. Prayer is our fundamental response to God; it shapes us in his image as we practice it faithfully and consistently. It is the invitation to allow God into our circumstances Sermon Notes: • Our relationship with God has 3 Vital C…
 
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