What is the difference between man-made religion & God-made religion? In this passage, Jesus confronts the damning man made religion of the Pharisees which is to gain a work based righteousness that gives no rest and to reveal that true rest is found only in the Lord of the Sabbath. Be encouraged & comforted for those heavy laden with the yoke of the Pharisees and find rest in the yoke of Christ in the exposition of Mark 2:23-28:
We give all our thanks & gratitude to the Lord for directing the paths of His people from different nations & walks of life for the one purpose of loving Christ at the CBF Retreat 2018. The theme “Loving Christ” was the rightly chosen to encourage people from different seasons of life to surrender themselves to the divine purpose of the Father to save a people for His Son, empowering them to love His Son just like the Father.
We thank the team from Cornerstone Bible Church and the volunteers for being His instruments during the retreat, enabling all to be well fed spiritually & physically.
Enjoy & be encouraged again by the 5 messages from the retreat:
Session 1 – The Church that Lasts & Lights (Revelations 2:1-7)
Session 2 – The Nature of Loving Christ (Selected Passages)
Session 3 – The Source of Great Love (Luke 7:36-50)
Session 4 – The Beauty of Christ (Philippians 2:6-11)
Sunday Worship (29 July 2018)
When are we to rejoice? Why is it difficult to rejoice? Can a good God command His redeemed people to rejoice always? Find out & be encouraged by the exposition of Philippians 4:4 by this week’s guest speaker.
Sunday Worship (1 July 2018)
What is the grace that God demonstrates to the worst sinners? What are the implications for those of us who have been graciously called out of sin and to a new Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ? Find out in the exposition of Mark 2:13-17:
Sunday Worship (17 June 2018)
What is your most urgent need? It is for better health, a better political situation, community support, personal significance, self expression, etc.? The Lord Jesus came to meet our most urgent need, just like the paralytic in this passage. Find out what is it & how He met that in the exposition of Mark 2:1-12 :