Sunday Morning Service - May 24th, 2020
Family Worship Center Sunday Morning Service • 24-May-2020
Over the years, one million five-hundred thousand men and women have died for America’s freedom. On this Memorial Day Weekend, Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches from John 12:24, a service honoring those who have served and given their lives, that other’s may live. He walks us through history, and America’s involvement in helping to liberate Europe from Nazism and Fascism, beginning in the deserts of North Africa. In World War II alone, there were 27-thousand lives lost every day, that's one death every three seconds; totaling 405,399 American troops dying for the freedom of other’s. Brother Donnie reminds, we should never surrender our freedoms, nor submit to anything that undermines our Constitutional rights. He adds, the Coronavirus is no exception. He encourages, while the body dies, the soul and spirit live forever with the Lord for all believers in the blood of Jesus Christ. Christ died that we could become the fruit of His sacrifice; call upon the name of the Jesus, He will save you.
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