Bert D'Andre Leverett • Sermon • • 202 views
The Elijah Complex Resolving Negative Thoughts Read: Prov. 23:7; Ps. 139:2; Ezekiel 11:5 Thoughts that effect the Elijah Complex; 1. Worry, 2. Inferiority, 3. Self-pity, 4. Depression, 5. Discouragement, 6. Bitterness, 7. Envy, 8. Fear, 9. Lust, 10. Guilt, 11. Negitive, 12. Focus on Self Who Was Elijah?…
Ron Stone • Sermon • • 45 views
1 Corinthians 7:25-28 Concerning Virgins There is a common misconception in our western society, and particularly among Christians, that except for very rare extraordinary cases, it is a given that God intends for everyone to get married. In fact it is often viewed as almost tragic if someone begins…
Dr. Bill Moulden, M.Div., D. Min. • Sermon • • 18 views
I Can See Clearly Hebrews 2:1 (HCSB) We must therefore pay even more attention to what we have heard, so that we will not drift away. παραρρέω [pararrhueo /par·ar·hroo·eh·o/] v. 1 to glide by: lest we be carried by, pass by. 1a lest the salvation which these things heard show us how to obtain, slip away…
God's Purpose for Marriage is an Agape Love - Submission relationship to reflect the nature of the Triune God, and the relationship of Jesus Christ to His Church, while sanctifying the husband and wife toward Holiness for the Glory of Jesus Christ and our Father in Heaven.
The Type of Biblical loves are explored to show that Eros (romantic) love is only to be celebrated within the Marriage Covenant and that Singles and Widows and Widowers are to refrain from fornication outside of Marriage. The gifts of singleness or marriage is looked at from scripture, and all Christians should be living their life for God and for His Glory, that should be our main purpose in life as a born again, justified believer in Jesus Christ.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 5 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Few groups of people in history have fought a more bitter battle than the Pilgrims who came to Plymouth on the Mayflower. So many of them died from sickness, that at one point only four of the original couples still had each other. Edward Winslow and Susanna White had each lost…
Mike Lester • Sermon • • 3 views
Lessons for a Laborer Matthew 20:1-16 Introduction: The parable given here by Jesus – the Parable of the Landowner – is given as a response to a question posed by Peter. He has just asked Jesus, “What do I get for following you?” Perhaps latent in this question was greed, jealousy, and ambition. Interestingly,…
Steve Doucette • Sermon • • 1 view
(Thanks for coming) My name is steve doucette. I have been at Cornerstone for about 12 years. I have been on the elder board for that past eight of those years and have been on staff as a full time pastor for the past 3 years. I have not always been a believer, In fact I was raised in a non-Christian…
Steve Doucette • Sermon • • 0 views
For Your righteousness, O God, reaches to the heavens, You who have done great things; O God, cwho is like You? Ps 71:19 Where we are up to this point review We are to remember wo God is and what He did for us We are to present our bodies a living, holy, sacrifice acceptable to God Which is your…