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Sunday Sermons

At Cornerstone, the sermons are primarily expository in nature. We spend most of our time stepping through a section or book of the Bible verse by verse, section by section, and occasionally we will preach on a theme. The elders strive to make each sermon a Christ centered, church building, Gospel proclaiming, truth driven, biblically grounded, proclamation for the purpose of God glorifying transformation.

To interpret and apply his text in accordance with its real meaning, is one of the preacher’s most sacred duties.John Broadus, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons

Hospitality As An Expression of Love

Our sermon is entitled “Hospitality As An Expression of Love” and we will be launching from 1 John 3:15-18. I hope to show how it is a vital part of the Christian life, necessary for a vibrant community, and a command from God. I do not wish to lay burdens on people, which is what these kinds of sermons can sometimes be…

Assurance of Salvation: Overcoming Doubts

This Lord’s Day, we will deal with the topic of assurance of salvation. We will answer these five common doubts that Christians experience. Launching from 1 Corinthians 2:12, we will cover several other passages as well. This is designed for believers who have doubts, and I pray that it will help you or help your children. Here are the five doubts we…

Unity in Diversity: What Holds Us Together?

Our sermon continues the series of topical sermons that offer practical Christian living wisdom from the Word. This week’s message is a follow up on last week’s message on Discouragement. Our launch verse comes from John 17:20-23, but we will reference a large number of other verses as well. In this message, designed to encourage us and equip us, we will ask…

Why You Should Care About the Sufficiency of Scripture

We begin a series of topical sermons chosen to stir us up to conviction and greater faith. This first one deals with a topic that is important because it is so often neglected by believers who are, in general well intentioned but not well exercised in living consistently with our calling. Our sermon is entitled Why You Should Care About the Sufficiency of…

2nd Samuel – What’s In a Name?

This week’s message is our second to the last message in our study of the book of 2nd Samuel. It was originally entitled Heroes and Legacies but it may better be called What’s In a Name? It comes from 2 Samuel 23:8-39 where there is a long list of hard-to-pronounce names. In this list of names we find great conviction, if we are careful…

The Centrality of the Resurrection

Our sermon this week is a topical sermon entitled The Centrality of the Resurrection. We will look at Luke 24 as we focus on this central event in our faith. From the empty tomb, to the road to Emmaus, to the temple plaza, we will follow our Lord and his closest followers. Our sermon outline is:  The centrality of the death and resurrection…

2nd Samuel – David’s Last Words

This week’s sermon is entitled “David’s Last Words,” and is from 2 Samuel 23:1-7. We have here David’s last proclamation, a royal pronouncement, and a prophecy from God’s own mouth. In it, we are reminded that there is a Covenant, a promise, that will come to pass regarding a son of David’s. This son will be the last King in the Davidic…

2nd Samuel – David’s Song

This week’s sermon is entitled “David’s Song,” and is from 2 Samuel 22. Its a good “meat and potatoes” kind of message – filled with nutrition for our souls but not necessarily a hammer blow to the conscience. We will enjoy hearing great praise in this third of six sections that comprise the epilogue of the reign of King David, which means…