Some days feel like a new beginning on a diverted pathway where the bend in the road has been met and a new direction is started. Not a path that will eventually meet back at the original road, but a new direction that has not yet been carved. Sometimes visiting a new church can give you a new perspective and a renewed spirit. This weekend we visited Cornerstone and enjoyed worshiping with other Believers.
cor·ner·stone [kawr-ner-stohn] noun
- a stone uniting two masonry walls at an intersection
- a stone representing the nominal starting place in the construction of a monumental building, usually carved with the date and laid with appropriate ceremonies
- something that is essential, indispensable, or basic: The cornerstone of democratic government is a free press
- the chief foundation on which something is constructed or developed: The cornerstone of his argument was that all people are created equal
The Lord certainly was alive in this place and after driving by their new building for more than a year we decided to visit, glad we did, thanks for a great time of worship.