Sermons by Graham Webb
Graham Webb drew us to look for the presence of God. He looked through verses in Exodus about the Tabernacle, which was a large tent that the Israelites made on instructions from God so that He could dwell in their midst. The critical point that it is all about being in Jesus, not our performance that God chooses to dwell with us and use us to bless the places we go and the communities that we live with.
Are you giving God excuses? Graham looks at how God calls Moses to work out His plans and the excuses that Moses (and us) use when we doubt what God is saying to us…. What excuses are you making today?
Learn from the warriors who have won battles with God throughout the bible. In the battle warriors get wounded but we can learn to heal up quickly, get back up and make a difference for Jesus. As Graham shows us what it means to be a warrior we discover how prophesy drives us forwards, that God is always working our battles for good, so we can rejoice in our amazing God.
Graham Webb speaks to us today about the crucifixion and the turning point this has placed in our lives. We look at the two thieves on the cross and see which one we would put ourselves alongside…the one for Jesus or the one against Him? Seems like a simple questions, but the outcomes of choosing Jesus are more wonderful than we could have ever imagined.
How often do we look at our circumstances and say to ourselves “when things change I can start serving God”? Graham looks at the amazing life of Paul in prison, and how powerfully God used him, even when in chains. He challenges us to see how God is able to work though our lives regardless of our circumstances and situations.
We need an ongoing encounter with the Spirit to keep seeing Kingdom advance. As we welcome Graham Webb from Jubilee Church Liverpool, he wonderfully tells stories from the book of Acts about a God who breaks in and changes lives. We find out how stepping out in faithfully, multiplies our spiritual muscles. What stops you from praying in every situation you find yourself in, and for the people you meet? Asking God for extraordinary miracles, and being faithful in the small things, leads us…
Are you doing what God’s has placed in your heart, or have you dropped the baton? Graham challenges us; are will still running with God’s purposes in our lives, or are we allowing negative thoughts and strongholds in our lives to stop us in our tracks. God has more for us than we realise, but how are we going to take hold of this truth and start running again….