Sunday, April 8th 2018  |  John 3:12-18 Jesus told Nicodemus, as recorded in John 3, that “just as (in the same manner) Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert” – so that every sin-striken, deadly snake-bit, helpless Israelite who merely looked in faith to the serpent lifted up on a stake and made to […]

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Sunday, March 4th 2018  |  Romans 6:1-14 We’re used to hearing that Christ died for our sins. But Romans 6:1-14 teach something different: That Christ died TO our sin (singular). This is the concept that he died to sin as the ruling/reigning Master, and we (the Old Man, the man identified with Adam) were co-crucified […]

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O Felix Culpa! (Part 2)

Sunday, February 25th 2018  |  Romans 5:12-21 O Felix Culpa! – Oh Happy Fault! The universal domination of sin and death. The glorious freedom of God’s grace in the shed blood of His Son.  Not the name of a rock band or movie star. It is Latin for, “Happy fault!” – and it says that even […]

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Justification by Faith (Part 1)

Sunday, February 18th 2018  |  Romans 5:1-11 Justification by faith alone. Sola Fidei. Just what does this mean? Who is it for? Why is it so? Why is this a most necessary doctrine to grasp?  In this tender handling of Romans 5:1-11, Molher gives us the vital context of Paul’s discussion of justification, and shows us […]

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“This generation” – What did Jesus Mean?

Sunday, January 28th 2018  |  Matthew 24:32-51 What did Jesus mean by “this generation will not pass away until all these things take place”? This is a serious matter and some even think it means Jesus was a false prophet! Pastor Kooyers takes us through the options and tells us what the passage means based […]

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Sunday, July 16th 2017  |  Acts 10:24-11:1 The use of tongues in churches and as a “private prayer language” over the past century has become an explosive, and sometimes divisive issue, even schisming churches and causing entirely new denominations to form. But what are “tongues”, from a strictly Biblical perspective? Are they a kind of […]

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Sunday, July 9th 2017  |  1 Thessalonians 5:12-18 This tender and detailed exposition of Paul’s instruction to the church in Thessaloniki is worth hearing. What is the relationship of the congregation of the local church to its elders/pastors, and vice-versa. How should they respect and love the elders, and why? What accountability do elders have […]

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