Frances & Friends - Feb. 8th, 2021
Frances & Friends • 09-Feb-2021
And He said unto her, Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole. Today Sister Swaggart and panel read Mark 5:25-34, with regards to the woman with the issue of blood touching the hem of Christ’s garment and being made whole. She went from being called woman by Jesus, directly into the family of God when He called her daughter. She went from being sick and lost, to healed and found in the Kingdom of God. Brother Smith reminds us of the story of Joseph, in Genesis 50:20. Joseph, being sold by his brothers into slavery was meant for evil, but God turned it for good. God shows us in His Word, over and over, that He can turn all things for His glory. His ways are higher than our ways.
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