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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
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Gospel of Matthew – Rejection of Jesus

In Matthew 13:53-58, we discover that Jesus is rejected, not merely by the religious leaders of his day, but by his home town. They couldn’t believe that Jesus was who He said, after all, he was the carpenter’s son they all knew since he was a kid. Bu that unbelief had an effect. It limited the Lord’s work in their midst. This…

Gospel of Matthew – How Much is Jesus Worth?

Our message is from the Gospel of Matthew. It is entitled “How Much is Jesus Worth?” and comes from Matthew 13:44-52. In this message, we hear some more parables, but this time there is a single line or warning that will form a very fiery image in our minds of Hell. I will dwell on that for a while. Hell is not…

Gospel of Matthew – Weeds, Mustard and Leaven

Our lesson is entitled “Weeds, Mustard and Leaven.” I will link these parables together and with our parable of the sower from last week, they form a cohesive and themed unit. This means the theme might not be exactly what we have all learned over the years. I think you will see the text must govern our interpretation, and that will lead…

Gospel of Matthew – The Sower and the Seed

Today we enter a new section of Matthew’s gospel. We will study “The Sower and the Seed” from Matthew 13:1-23. We will find that the seed is always the same Word of God that goes out from the Lord, but the condition of the soil on which is falls is the variable that matters. Public reading: Isaiah 6:8-13; Benediction: Psalm 5:11 Matthew…

Gospel of Matthew – Dissecting the Heart of Man

Our message is a continuation of our study of the Gospel of Matthew, it is entitled, “Dissecting the Heart of Man” from Matthew 12:33-37. In this message, we will look at what the inward man is like – are we spirit? Soul? Spirit and soul? And how does it all relate to the body? How do we know? Jesus teaches us very…

Gospel of Matthew – No Neutral Ground

Our message is from the Gospel of Matthew and entitled “No Neutral Ground” It will cover Matthew 12:22-32. The high level sermon outline points are: Yet Another Mighty Deed A Huge Lie The Logic of Jesus No Neutrality Are you All-In? Public reading: Isaiah 5:18-23; Benediction: Psalm 121:7-8 Matthew 12:22-32 22 Then a demon-oppressed man who was blind and mute was brought to…

Gospel of Matthew – The Quiet Servant

We continue in our Matthew series with a message entitled “The Quiet Servant” taken from Matthew 12:15-21. It should be an encouraging message with hope for all of us. The Radical Temperament of the Savior The prophet’s song Non-combative Jesus Bruised Reeds Who does the bruising? Two purposes for bruising Smoking Flax Low on heat, high on stink Biblical examples The Lord’s…

Gospel of Matthew – Lord of the Sabbath and Legalism

***Audio is acceptable, but improves after the first 5 minutes*** Today we will examine how Jesus demonstrates right exegesis that leads to freedom and joy in Christ, as opposed to legalistic interpretation, which is a device of the devil. We will spend our application section identifying legalism. We’ll cover Matthew 12:1-14. Here is a foretaste: Sabbath Keeping – Rest or Burden? Jesus’…

Gospel of Matthew – Woes and Rest for the Soul

We examine Jesus’ prophetic declarations of judgment upon those cities which ignored his mighty deeds, and draw from the text several very pertinent truths. Upon discovering it is our duty to repent and have faith, we then receive a call from the Lord to do just that. We cover Matthew 11:20-30. The Duty to Repent Degrees of Punishment The Wise Ones Listen…