Frances & Friends
Frances & Friends - Aug. 24th, 2020
Can a person who commits suicide still make heaven? Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel respond to an emailer’s question about suicide. The panel says there are some with mental impairments that could jeopardized their minds, and thus they cannot be held accountable for such circumstances as committing suicide; but be careful, often times that does not apply. Sister Swaggart says God is big enough to take care of depression and suicidal thoughts, just give your cares to Him and watch the great Healer go to work. Brother Smith says be sure if you are on medication to stay on it and work with your physician while you wait for God’s healing. The panel also discusses the presence of God and how His presence is His seal of approval. The panel also discusses false teachers which often is confused in Ezekiel Chapter 13; the flying away here is a setting free of people who have been caught in the snare of false teaching.
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Frances & Friends - Aug. 19th, 2020
This is a time of emergency, an emergency. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss how the church needs to wake up and be the church. Brother Donnie says it takes a Christian with some understanding of end times to realize just what’s going on. We are in very dire times,...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 14th, 2020
Anarchy in the streets must be stopped. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the 82nd straight night of rioting in Portland Oregon. In Portland, not only are people burning the American flag, but they are burning buildings with people inside. Brother Donnie asks how ...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 13th, 2020
What is the difference between socialism and communism? Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel welcome special guest, author and historian William Federer. Brother Federer addresses Socialism in America in his new book, Socialism from Plato to Present: How the Deep State Capita...