Frances & Friends - Dec. 22nd, 2021
Frances & Friends • 22-Dec-2021
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel discuss the Book of Philemon, and how the Apostle Paul addresses slavery during the early church. As the gospel began to spread during that time, there was a longing for freedom, and slavery began to fall off. Christians wanted it to end, wanting all people to be one in Christ. Since slavery could not end in the blink of an eye, guidelines were set in this letter for the behavior of Christians during this culture of slavery. Brother Donnie says this is the result of the sin nature of man; and even today, there are some 30-million people around the world still in slavery of one kind or another. Brother John explains the wars and hatred historically against Israel, and sheds light on how every time Israel has tried to give up land for peace, she has come under greater attack. Brother John says, when it comes to Israel, there is to be a one state solution under God’s order; there is no other way.
Up Next in Frances & Friends
Frances & Friends - Dec. 21st, 2021
God is preparing us. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel read from Luke 1:76-79, looking at Zechariah’s prophesy about John the Baptist. He was to go before the Lord, to prepare the way for the Savior to come. This is what the Lord is doing today with every one of us, as He...
Frances & Friends - Dec. 20th, 2021
Today on Frances and Friends, Pastor Donnie Swaggart reads from the Book of Philemon; tracking Onesimus and his relationship with Paul. Brother Donnie expounds on Paul’s imprisonment, and looks into slavery during that time period, and looking back into Old Testament slavery. He encourages us ...
Frances & Friends - Dec. 15th, 2021
The Lord has dominion over everything. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel discuss God’s majesty and glory, reading in Jude 1:25. As believers, we have the imputed righteousness of Christ when we believe on Him. The panel discusses the cost of evangelism and the persecu...