Frances & Friends - Oct. 31st, 2019
Frances & Friends • 01-Nov-2019
Today on Frances and Friends, the panel tackles emails addressing homosexuality, to Halloween, to politics. Brother Donnie Swaggart responds to Don, a caller from New Jersey who asks why so much emphasis on politics and not on sharing the Gospel more? Brother Donnie points to the importance of Christians backing our government with their God given right to vote. The panel reminds, Christian’s must stand on God’s word and support the unity of man and woman, life, and family. The panel looks at scripture in the Book of Samuel. Scripture is clear that points to loss due to disobedience; as far as, "they'll take your sons and daughters”. Brother Donnie says look at what our government is supporting now; murdering babies, ending the traditional family unit, transgenderism. He reminds how our Puritan forefathers looked for a land that they could boldly say in God we trust and openly practice their faith. Sister Frances and panel warn, Christians need to wake up and realize we are close to losing that freedom in America today.
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