When the believer anchors their faith solely in the Cross of Christ, they will see fruit in their lives. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel read Colossians 1:6-8 discussing the truth of the gospel and its protection against all powers of darkness. The Apostle Paul’s warnings to the church of Colossae of faithful and unfaithful ministers still applies to believers today; the believer must learn the Word of God so that they can discern when they are being misled. The panel discusses capitalism and how it is mirrored in the Bible often; in both the Old and New Covenants, we see people called to help others in need, but we do not see the concept of redistribution of wealth from those who have to those who don’t have. The panel explains ERIC, which is an epicenter of data gathering of voters; unfortunately, this is a potential tool for voter fraud by adding phantom votes with named voters who have passed on or moved; over thirty states participate in this fraudulent voter counting. Brother John says we must have more states concerned about election accountability and strive to make their state’s voter rolls accurate.