Frances & Friends
Frances & Friends - Aug, 31st, 2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss a new CDC report that finds 94-percent of all COVID19 deaths had underlying health issues, that means only six percent died from just the virus; resulting in 9,683 deaths by COVID alone. Brother Donnie says, never, in the history of America have we shutdown a country for medical reasons. The panel also addresses the frequent question involving life after suicide, and whether heaven or hell awaits those? Brother Gray says the bible is clear that a person can walk away from their faith. Hebrews speaks of a falling away, and there are many other scriptures about being blotted out of the Lamb’s book of life. Judas walked as a disciple of Christ. He was Spirit filled and even did miracles, but he lost his way. The panel reminds we are a free moral agent. We can believe or choose to not believe. Judas lost his way because he didn’t want a suffering Messiah, but a conquering one. Brother Donnie says Judas and Peter's sins were the same in God’s eyes; however, Judas in his sin ran away from God, but Peter ran toward Him.
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Frances & Friends - Aug. 28th, 2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the Republican National Convention, and the testimony of Alice Johnson. The 63 year old, had been serving some 20 years behind bars, receiving five life sentences without parole for her involvement in a nonviolent, federal drug offe...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 27th, 2020
Does America see the difference between conservatism and socialism? Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the Republican National Convention, and the young Congressional candidate, Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina, a paraplegic who stood up from his wheelchair to stan...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 26th, 2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the Republican National Convention speakers. The speech of Nicolas Sandmann, a Kentucky High Schooler who while visiting the Lincoln Memorial last year, was approached by an older man who told Sandmann he was a racist and was verbal...