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Sermons from Cornerstone Community Church, Galax, VA
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Total Sermons: 180
Total Amens: 10
This sermon by Mike Morris describes how God molds us and makes us into his image. Spiritual Growth is the process where the Holy Spirit transforms us to be more like Christ. When Jeremiah visits the potters house, what does he see, and how does that apply to our lives today. The process of making a beautiful pot is similar to the process that God uses to form and shape our lives.
People make all kinds of New Year's Resolutions, but few ever keep them. Why not make a 'Revolution' this year and truly radically change your life by living for Christ. We need to focus on our hearts, our opportunities, and our relationships for the new year. We can change our actions by focusing on our hearts and trusting the Holy Spirit to lead us. We also need to focus on those God-given opportunities that often come disguised as problems. Drawing from the new book "In A Pit With A Lion On A Snowy Day" by Pastor Mark Batterson, we can learn how to become lion chasers in the new year. And finally, by focusing on our relationships, we learn how to live at peace with one another and draw others to Christ.
By looking at the Biblical account of Simeon and Anna, we can see how their expectations of a Savior led them to action. As Christians, our expectations of Christmas should lead us to 1. Seek Christ 2. Be led by the Holy Spirit 3. Worship with great expectation 4. Be ready to die, and motivated to LIVE
We are told throughout the Bible to "Wait on The Lord". What does that mean in the life of a Christian? How do we wait and what do we do while we are waiting? This sermon looks at Acts 1 and the example of the disciples to see what waiting looks like.
Love, forgiveness, eternity ... More than just words, these are the character of Christ. As we look at the life, death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we can see how WE should live OUR lives. The Cross changes everything. Has it changed you?