Faith PCA Podcasts

Sermons from Faith Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas

Month: August, 2011

I Believe, Help My Unbelief

Habakkuk 1:12 –  2:1 shows us the prophet’s two-fold response to God’s oppressive revelation of a severe coming judgment: (1) worship; and, (2) wonder. We will learn that God’s eternal nature and sovereign rule does not prevent us from being honest in our prayers as we struggle to rest in his shepherding.


The Burden of Judgment

God’s answer to Habakkuk’s complaint is far more than the prophet was expecting; Habakkuk 1:5-11 teaches two things about the relationship between God and man: (1) the problem is always bigger than we can imagine; (2) the solution is always more amazing than we can comprehend.


The Work of God

What if God actually answered you? What if one day, as you were crying out the same old prayer, you heard the unmistakable voice of the Lord God talking to you?

As the Lord begins His response to Habakkuk’s cry against immorality and injustice, in Habakkuk 1:5, we see two imperatives for the prophet and his listeners: (1) Pull your head out of your ghetto; and, (2) get with THE Program.


Big Man, Little

Today, we are honored to have our former pastor, Tim Hoke, return from Uganda to preach the word. The sermon reading is from John 13:1-20.