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Sabbath Worship

“We love because He first loved us.”  1 John 4:19

 August 16, 2014

   9:45 am  Torah………………………………………….. Steve Bothum

            Whole Portion- Devarim (Deuteronomy) 7:12–11:25

Triennial Portion- Devarim 9:4 – 10:11

  9:45 am    Youth Hebrew Class………….. Eileen Blackman

Age-appropriate student must be able to sit and learn Hebrew.

 

11:00 am    Welcome

                   Announcements

                   Worship

                   Prayer

                   Message-John 9:1-5……. Pastor Rick Chesher

11:00 am    Prayer Meeting…………………………… Kathy Pack

  1:15 pm    Bracha and Oneg (Blessing & Lunch)

  2:30 pm    Midrash (to inquire/seek)………… Steve Bothum

 

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During 9:45 am and 11:00 am services, the microphone is
passed around for the purpose of questions and comments pertaining to the teachings only.

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Unauthorized people are not allowed in the

Sound Booth at any time.

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Upcoming Events

Sundays

10 am -11 pm

 The Sunday Radio Show with

Pastor Rick and Elder Steve

 ~The weekly Radio Show can now be heard via your computer as a Podcast.  Just follow these

Instructions:

• Go to Cornerstone’s Website:

www.cornerstonebaptist.net

• Click on ‘Live Stream’

• Click on the down arrow @ ‘Options’

• Go to ‘Podcast –Past Radio Shows’

• Then pick the show you want to listen to by date.

Sunday August 24 at 1:00 PM

Meeting with the Elder for budget

 Thursday

September 25th

11am -7:45 pm

 Feast of Trumpets / Yom Teruah

(Rosh Ha-Shanah)

 ~ Come and join the Community Celebration of Yom Teruah at the Riverfront Park in Salem.

11:00    Gathering and Fellowship

12:00   Oneg

 2:00   Prayer

3:00   Worship and Dancing

4:00   Pastor Rick Sharing

7:45   Shofars

INSERTS:

                                        SHABBAT SCRIPTURE

 

        13.”If you turn away your foot from the Sabbath,

From doing your own pleasure on My Holy Day,

And call the Sabbath a delight,

The holy Day of the Lord honorable,

And shall honor Him, not doing your own ways,

Nor finding your own pleasure,

Nor speaking your own words,

        14.Then you shall delight yourself in the Lord;

And I will cause you to ride on the high hills of the earth,

And feed you with heritage of Yacov your father.

The mouth of the Lord has spoken.”

Isaiah 58: 13-14

 

 

 

Come to the Table

By Dorcas

 

Those who are committed to gathering on the seventh day for worship and fellowship together understand that YHWY commanded His people to “Remember the Sabbath to keep it holy” (Ex 20:8).  These words convey a sense of responsibility, to be sure, but equally inherent is a sense of calling to the people of YAH, of invitation.

Shabbat belongs to the Creator (Ex 31:12) Who invites His people to meet Him there to rest in all that He is and reverence Him with our words and deeds in a set apart manner.

Our Cornerstone Shabbat gathering is a celebration of our Elohim; the Oneg we enjoy together is a supporting pillar of the celebration.  Shabbat Oneg is an invitation to share family, friendship and food with civility and humility.

Please come thoughtfully and joyfully to the Table.

Shalom,

Jud

 

 

SHABBAT SCRIPTURE

 

13.”If you turn away your foot from the Sabbath,

From doing your own pleasure on My Holy Day,

And call the Sabbath a delight,

The holy Day of the Lord honorable,

And shall honor Him, not doing your own ways,

Nor finding your own pleasure,

Nor speaking your own words,

        14.Then you shall delight yourself in the Lord;

And I will cause you to ride on the high hills of the earth,

And feed you with heritage of Yacov your father.

The mouth of the Lord has spoken.”

Isaiah 58: 13-14

 

 

 

Come to the Table

By Dorcas

 

Those who are committed to gathering on the seventh day for worship and fellowship together understand that YHWY commanded His people to “Remember the Sabbath to keep it holy” (Ex 20:8).  These words convey a sense of responsibility, to be sure, but equally inherent is a sense of calling to the people of YAH, of invitation.

Shabbat belongs to the Creator (Ex 31:12) Who invites His people to meet Him there to rest in all that He is and reverence Him with our words and deeds in a set apart manner.

Our Cornerstone Shabbat gathering is a celebration of our Elohim; the Oneg we enjoy together is a supporting pillar of the celebration.  Shabbat Oneg is an invitation to share family, friendship and food with civility and humility.

Please come thoughtfully and joyfully to the Table.

 

Shalom,

Jud

A SPECIAL THANK YOU

 

 

We wish to honor Dee Swinford, Genevieve O’Connor and Fred Meyer for organizing and presenting eleven terrific Senior’s Gatherings last year.

 

Gratitude is also extended to Jamie Louie and John and Terry Landau for assisting with cooking and opening their home.

 

Blessings go to all the folks who came and made each and every gathering a delight.

 

 

Praise YHWH for all the precious people in our congregation.

 

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