• Don’t Settle for Less

    This sermon was preached at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Cherry Log, Georgia on Sunday, February 5th by Pastor Paul Mims. Ephesians 40:20-29 A little boy who lived far out in the country in the late 1800s had reached the age of twelve and had never in all his life seen a circus. You can imagine […]

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  • THE WAY WE LIVE

    This sermon was preached at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Cherry Log on Sunday, January 29, 2012 by Dr. Paul Mims, Pastor. Ephesians 4:17-19 The way we die is indicative of the way we live. Some of her last words were, “I’ve just seen Jesus.”

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  • GOD’S GIFTS TO THE CHURCH

    Ephesians 4:7-16 A service club in Myrtle Beach invited the local pastors to an annual luncheon that remembered and paid tribute to the four army chaplains who gave their lives to save many soldiers who were on their way to the European conflict during World War II. It was an inspiring time for me and […]

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  • THE SEVEN ESSENTIALS OF A HEALTHY CHURCH – PART 2

    Ephesians 4:4-6 Last Sunday, we studied the seven essentials for unity in the Body of Christ that are required for a church to be healthy. Today, we are looking at the seven essentials of belief that are required for a church to be healthy. When a church is healthy there are some dynamic things that […]

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  • “THE SEVEN ESSENTIALS OF A HEALTHY CHURCH” PART 1

    Ephesians 4:1-3 Three days after Christmas, the world was shocked to learn of church fight at the Church of The Nativity in Bethlehem. The news reporters were laughing about the fact that Christian leaders at the site of the birth of the Prince of Peace cannot get along with each other.

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  • A PRAYER FOR STRENGTH

    Ephesians 3:14-21 We stand on the threshold of a new year. 2012 will be a year when we will elect a president, congressmen, and local leaders. The direction of our country will be determined by these elections. This will also be a pivotal year for our church. We will enter our new building and have […]

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  • THE INEXPRESSIBLE GIFT

    This Christmas Meditation was given at the Christmas Eve service at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Cherry Log on December 24, 2011 by Pastor Paul Mims. 2 Corinthians 9:15 Have you ever received a gift for which you could not thank the giver enough? You were overwhelmed and could not find the words to express your […]

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  • THE GIFTS OF CHRISTMAS: PEACE

    Luke 2:14 Did you see it? A town in Mississippi was on the news last Sunday with one of these “war on Christmas” stories. Usually, I don’t pay much attention to this sort of thing, but the opposition speaker was so much in darkness that he caught my interest. The story was that on one […]

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  • THE GIFTS OF CHRISTMAS: PRESENCE

    Isaiah 7:14, 9:6-7 The truth is that nobody celebrated Christmas before year one A.D. Year after year, and year after year, the evergreen trees grew in the woods and nobody came to get them. Nobody thought of lighting them up with bright lights and ornaments. The holly berries glowed red, and the mistletoe gleamed white […]

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  • “OUR AWESOME STRENGTH”

    I John 4:1-6 VOICES! There are so many voices that are trying to get our attention. There are voices at school that tell about how the world functions. Through the media we hear voices that tell us what is going on in the world about us. At home we hear voices that tell us what […]

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  • FAITH OR WORKS?

    This sermon was preached at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Cherry Log, Georgia on Sunday October 23rd, 2011 by Dr. Paul Mims.

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  • “COMING ALIVE”

    Ephesians 2:1-7 It was a story about the romance of two desperate people whose political views and convictions drove them apart. The actors were Robert Redford and Barbara Streisand. The title song looked back on their relationship:

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  • “Lord, Help Me To Know”

    Ephesians 1:15-23 We love to watch children in the process of learning. Their perceptions of life are very amusing and often profound – especially their concepts of God. A group of children wrote letters to God. Here are some of their questions and statements: “Dear God, I went to a wedding and they kissed right […]

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