Theme: Jesus On Civil Trial as King Before Pilate I. His Cause II. His Witness III. His Hearers Scripture Reading: John 18: 28-40 Text: John 18: 37 Psalters: 227: 1,3 256: 3,5 229: 3,5,6 293: 3 163 426: 1,9 317 394: 1
Rev. Henk Bergsma
Rev. Henk Bergsma is pastor of Zion Free Reformed Church in Fenwick, Ontario. He was ordained into the ministry of the Word in 1988 at his first charge, Bethel...
Theme: Union and Communion With God In the Person of Jesus Christ I. He Declares Himself to be the I Am II. He is a powerful I Am III. He is a Communing I Am Scripture Reading: Mark 14: 53-65 Text Mark 14:62 Psalters: 170: 1,2 256: 1,2 241:...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
John 18:12-28 (Text: vs. 19-21) Jesus on Ecclesiastical Trial (To Give an Answer About His Disciples and His Doctrine): 1. Asked for a Clarifying Answer 2. Proved to be a Convicting Answer 3. Provided a Challenging Answer
John 18: 1-13 (Text. vs. 4-8) The Arrest of Jesus Shows Him Powerfully in Control of His Arrest: 1. In His Willingness to be Arrested 2. In His Superiority over being Arrested 3. In His Conditions for getting Arrested
Romans 4 Text Romans 4:4,5 Abraham's Justification as the Model for our Justification We will see that he was justified: 1. Apart from Human Efforts 2. As an Ungodly Sinner 3. By Faith in God's Promise
Rev. Cornelis (Neil) Pronk
Rev. Cornelis (Neil) Pronk is an emeritus pastor of the Free Reformed Churches of NA. He served in several of the Free Reformed churches in Canada and the...