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  • A Letter To The Exiles.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 10, 2022
    based on 2 ratings
     | 96 views

    Seek the peace of the place in which God has placed you, and pray unto the LORD for it: for in the peace thereof shall ye have peace.

    A LETTER TO THE EXILES. Jeremiah 29:1, Jeremiah 29:4-7. This letter is addressed from Jeremiah in Jerusalem to the elders, priests, prophets and people in exile in Babylon (Jeremiah 29:1). Jeremiah had already prophesied that the exile would last seventy years (cf. Jeremiah 25:12). Our text ...read more

  • Loyal To God, Loyal To America

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Oct 5, 2020
     | 969 views

    God is the foundation to America.

    1. I have 3 “passions” in serving God – the order of importance to me depends on the circumstances of the day. Prayer; Our Jewish Roots; God in US History – then and now 2. I have a strong calling to stir American Christians to remember our godly roots and loyalty to God 3. Jeremiah 29.4-14 4 ...read more

  • How To Live As Exiles

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Aug 25, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,901 views

    Seek the peace of the place in which you find yourselves, for in its peace you shall have peace.

    HOW TO LIVE AS EXILES. Jeremiah 29:1-7. For forty years Jeremiah had been warning Judah and Jerusalem to submit to the LORD by submitting to Babylon. The prophet had been accused of treason, threatened with death, and put in the stocks. Now the inevitable had begun to happen. In ...read more

  • Past, Present And Future

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Sep 4, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,887 views

    Reunions of the past and currently life and how will it be in the future.

    Past, Present and Future Jeremiah 29:4-7 A few weeks ago, Renee and I headed off for a trip down memory lane. Have any of you ever returned to your old elementary school or other place from your childhood to have a feeling that it was different than you remember? The halls seemed ...read more

  • Bloom Where You Are Planted

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Sep 16, 2009
    based on 10 ratings
     | 9,577 views

    God moved the Israelites from Judah to Babylon and called them to "bloom where they were planted". Likewise God moves us around and calls us to do the same. I preached this sermon in Iraq for a group of Ugandan security personnel celebrating their one y

    -Have you ever been put in a difficult position? -Have you ever been asked to do a difficult job that would not make you many friends if you did it to the best of your abilities? {PAUSE} -That has been something of my job here. The senior chaplain has asked me and Sergeant Weathers to help him ...read more

  • Seek God's Perspective

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jan 9, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 10,557 views

    Pray and seek God's will. He has a plan, and He can bless us wherever we are, even in the midst of hardship.

    When you take a window seat on a flight, there are two times you would like to look out the window – while it is taking off and when it lands. • You’ve lots to see then. Anything in between is just pitch darkness and just plain white. Before, you see the clouds above you. ...read more

  • A Position Of Transition

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Sep 5, 2021
     | 1,655 views

    As I thought about what my sermon topic would be on this final Zoom service the word transition came to mind. As I thought about the transitions that were made throughout scripture, a couple stood out to me. Let's take a look.

    A POSITION OF TRANSITION As I thought about what my sermon topic would be on this final Zoom service the word transition came to mind. Transition means change, move, switch, alteration, modification. I can see how all of these could apply to what's happening with Cornerstone. We are making a ...read more

  • Are You Going To Relent?

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Mar 9, 2021
     | 2,867 views

    Many times we face unexpected disappointments, especially when we have been praying and it seems like our prayers are not being answered. What should be our response now?

    Tonight, we’re going to look at a familiar passage of scripture – Jeremiah 29. And the message tonight has three parts. The first part will be encouragement. The second part is going to be a reminder. And the third part is going to be a challenge. In Jeremiah 29 we know the background for this ...read more

  • God Has A Plan

    Contributed by Donny Granberry on Apr 21, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,204 views

    When we do not know what or why, we must remember, "God Has A Plan".

    God’s Has A Plan 8/23/09 Good morning and thank you for choosing to worship with us today here at Central. It is our desire that you enjoy the warmth and fellowship of the people of God, that you have a life changing experience with God, and that you discover the plan He has for your ...read more

  • Owning Our Exile

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 7, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,621 views

    That we are different from the world is not a license to withdraw. We are to engage and to transform the world around us, for that is the key to our church's future.

    Luther Rice Memorial Baptist Church, Silver Spring, MD, August 26, 1979; with minor changes, Forest Heights Baptist Church, Oxon Hill, MD, Sept. 9, 1979; Howard University School of Religion Chapel, Washington, DC, Oct. 10, 1979; Twinbrook Baptist Church, Rockville, MD, retreat, Jan. 19, 1980; ...read more

  • Living In Exile

    Contributed by John Delozier on Jul 18, 2010
     | 3,795 views

    As Christians we are identified by the name of Christ and are citizens of His heavenly kingdom. As our inward spirits pursue Christ, we long for the day when we will see our King face to face, our only desire will be His presence—until then, we live like

    As Christians we are identified by the name of Christ and are citizens of His heavenly kingdom. As our inward spirits pursue Christ, we long for the day when we will see our King face to face, our only desire will be His presence—free from distraction, temptation, and sin. Until that day God ...read more

  • Plans To Prosper You Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jun 2, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 27,794 views

    God will not always do what we desire but He will always do what He decides.

    Plans to Prosper You Jeremiah 29:1-14 Rev. Brian Bill June 3-4, 2017 Some verses that are taken out of context make us smile, like this one from 1 Corinthians 15:51 often found above changing tables in church nurseries around the country: “We shall not all sleep, but we all shall be ...read more

  • Realistically Optimistic

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 30, 2019
     | 3,364 views

    According to Statista, a leading survey company, in 2013, 50% of adult Americans considered themselves optimistic. As we get ready to step into the new year, let's see if we can do something to shift our thinking to being realistically optimistic more often.

  • In The Meantime

    Contributed by James ( Jim ) Highland on Aug 26, 2014
     | 5,875 views

    The larger message of Jeremiah 29:11; Embracing the future God has for you;

    In the Meantime Jeremiah 29:1-14 Introduction: All of us have stored in our mind favorite scripture quotations. We often pull them out to quote on an appropriate occasion. That may be called Biblical “cherry picking.” Seldom do we look at the larger passage from which the quote ...read more

  • It's In Your Hands To Make It Better

    Contributed by William Wyne on May 15, 2012
     | 10,705 views

    As believers we are expected and empowered to make this world better.

    During Word War I the city of Strasbourg (a city in France on the German borders) was bombed; it destroyed that old city and one of the great Cathedrals of that city. Very little remained and the people gathered to save and salvage what they could. As the people began to retrieve what was usable ...read more