Faith PCA Podcasts

Sermons from Faith Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas

Category: Keith Howard

What in the World is God Doing? Part 8: “The Diagnosis of Dr. Law”

Pastor Howard preaches part 8 of “What in the World is God Doing?”.

Romans 3:9-20.

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What in the World is God Doing? Part 7: “It’s All Good”

Keith Howard preaches part seven of the series “What in the World is God Doing?”,and further explains Paul’s definition the law/gospel distinction.

The sermon passage is Romans 3:5-8.

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What in the World is God Doing Part 6: The True Jew and You

Keith Howard preaches part six of the series “What in the World is God Doing?”, and the sermon passage is:
Romans 3:1-4.

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What in the World is God Doing Part 5: Torah, Torah, Torah!

Keith Howard preaches the 5th sermon in the series: What in the World is God Doing?

Romans 2:17-29.

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What in the World is God Doing Part 4: No Escape!

Keith Howard preaches part four of the series “What in the World is God Doing?”, and explains that without Christ, there is no escape from God’s judgement.

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Life, the Universe, and Everything Part 15: Before Darkness Falls

Keith Howard brings the 15th sermon of Ecclesiastes,
and explains that trust in God’s sovereign rule frees us to rejoice in him and the life he has given us.
The sermon passage is Ecclesiastes 11:7 – 12:8.

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Life, the Universe, and Everything Part 14: The Significance of Soggy Bread

Pastor Howard explains the preacher’s context in Ecclesiastes 11:1-6 — to trust in the sovereignty of God in whatever you do.

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Ecclesiastes: Life, the Universe, and Everything Part 13: Wisdom in Warcraft, World-craft, Word-craft

Pastor Howard explains Koheleth the preacher’s context on wisdom and how folly destroys wisdom.
The Passage for today is Ecclesiastes 9:13 – 10:20.

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Life, the Universe, and Everything Part 12: Death and Delight

Life, the
Universe, and Everything
Part 12: Death and Delight
Ecclesiastes 9:1-12

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Life, the Universe, and Everything – Part 11: Widsom’s Bounty and Boundaries

Just like our culture, in the time of The Preacher people were tempted to do whatever it took to get ahead. How do God’s people live wisely when the predominant religion since the Garden of Eden is materialism? Where’s the payoff in piety? Where are all the blessings God promises and why is He not cursing the lawless? Of what possible benefit is wisdom? And what are wisdom’s limitations?

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