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This Week @ Cornerstone: July 31, 2016

July 30, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. Almost every election season a question that faces many Christians is, "Is it okay to support an unbelieving candidate?" This dilemma isn't new. The very first Christians had to wrestle over this same issue as they tried to live as followers of Christ and citizens of Rome. In fact, even bef... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: July 24, 2016

July 23, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. In the parable of the tenants Jesus lays down a scathing rebuke against Israel's religious leaders in which He explains that, because of their failure to lead Israel to repentance through the acceptance of God's prophets, the kingdom of heaven will be given to another people who will give to God the fruit... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: July 17, 2016

July 15, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. There seems to be a significant discontinuity between the Old Testament and the New Testament, especially as it relates to the church in Israel. While Israel plays the central role in God's unfolding plan of redemption in the Old Testament, the focus then shifts to the church in the New. Why does this shi... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: June 26, 2016

June 25, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. It's probably fair to say that the doctrine of justification by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone is easily the most cherished doctrine of the Protestant Reformation. But is it true? There are several passages of Scripture that seem to indicate it is not. The parable of the two sons in Matth... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: June 19, 2016

June 18, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. It's probably fair to say that the doctrine of justification by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone is easily the most cherished doctrine of the Protestant Reformation. But is it true? There are several passages of Scripture that seem to indicate it is not. T... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: June 12, 2016

June 11, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. We'll sing one new song this week. You can listen to it by clicking on the video below. While Christians no longer need to fear the wrath of God, God will still sometimes discipline His children in love by periodically removing His blessing from their life. Can anything be done to... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: June 5, 2016

June 4, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. In Matthew 21:1-11 is welcomed into Jerusalem as the promised Davidic king, and in vv. 12-17 His first order of business is to visit the Temple. Why does Jesus start here? And how does He respond to what He finds there? Ryan will explain this Sunday in a message entitled "The King Disrupts the Sanctu... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: May 29, 2016

May 28, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. When Jesus heals the blind outside Jericho in Matthew 20:29-34 He publically and unambiguously reveals His Davidic identity for the very first time, and in Matthew 21:1-11 He enters into Jerusalem to shouts of, "Hosanna to the Son of David! Hosanna in the highest!" By this point, the crowds clearly accept... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: May 22, 2016

May 20, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. Jesus performed a number of miracles during His ministry, but not all miracles are created equal. The healing of the blind, for example, points to a very particular aspect of Jesus' ministry. In Matthew 20:29-34, Jesus heals two blind men outside Jericho, and the sign is so powerful that it essentially ig... Keep Reading

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This Week @ Cornerstone: May 15, 2016

May 12, 2016 | by: Ryan Joki | 0 Comments

This week's bulletin is online here. In honor of Pentecost we are going to take a break from our ongoing exposition of Matthew in order to direct our attention to global missions. This means that instead of a sermon we'll instead be joined live via Skype by a missionary in Malawi. His names is Matt Floreen, and he is going to ... Keep Reading

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