Sermons by Graham Hill
As Paul heads towards Rome the story in Act 27 takes a turn for the worst; but will Paul continue to trust God through a terrible storm for himself and even for those he is with. And can we do the same?
Are you seeing a dividing line in the world around you between light and dark? Do you find yourself getting into trouble because you stand up for the gospel? Graham tells us how Paul and Silas in Acts stand up for Jesus in very tricky situations – yet through their faith the light of Christ becomes famous wherever they go.
We all struggle to find peace in the unexpected storms of life, but Jesus clearly tells us not to be anxious – because our relationship with Him gives us a clear view that He is in charge and can be trusted. How are you doing connecting to the ‘power source’ of peace every day?
Why is it important that Jesus was raised from the dead? As Graham gives us a taste of Easter, we discover that without the resurrection of Jesus our lives are simply a waiting game into heaven. But the fact that Jesus was raised means we are given power to live miraculous lives, as Jesus did – bringing the kingdom of God wherever we go. https://youtu.be/bCfhp1hk9Oo
Graham shared some of the prophetic vision he had seen of the Tabernacle fitting inside The Jubilee Centre. We are all part of this dwelling place and we all have a gift to bring but we need to be together. We want the blessing of God, and so we need unity of purpose and heart to receive that blessing as a church.
Graham goes through our prophetic journey as a church by reviewing the prophetic words we have had as a church since 2010 up to the current date.
God wants to live with and work through His people, and he has made our lives his home. Graham explores the depths of this truth as he looks at the story of Stephen in Acts, and how we can live lives full of the Holy Spirit as Stephen did.
Today Graham spurs us on to take hold of how God calls us. He looks at what is mean to come into his presence and for God to send us out, and what can stop us from fulfilling that calling.