Faith PCA Podcasts

Sermons from Faith Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas

Month: July, 2012

Training to Fight

Hebrews 12:3-13 teaches us that the life of trust requires intense, often unpleasant training. Training has (1) a point; (2) a privilege; (3) a purpose; and, (4) a product.


Considering Jesus

Hebrews 12:1-3 teaches us the life of trust is like a race: (1) it requires endurance; (2) it endures trials; and, (3) it has already been won for you.


The Final Panorama

Hebrews 11:30-40 teaches us where biblical trust is found: (1) in the churched and the un-churched (30-31); (2) in the triumphant and tragic (32-38); and, (3) in the past and present (39-40).


The Moses Room: Trust Emancipates

Our passage this morning from Hebrews 11:26-29 teaches us that trust in Christ sets us free: (1) free from fear of oppression; (2) free from the curse of death; and, (3) free to enter into God’s rest.


The Moses Room: Trust Chooses

Hebrews 11:23-26 teaches us that biblical trust bears witness to the gospel by choosing to see Jesus as better than three things: (1) worldly status; (2) worldly pleasure; and, (3) worldly treasure.