Frances & Friends
Frances & Friends - Aug. 7th, 2020
What is morally and spiritually right, should show forth in the way that a believer votes. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss having a biblical view, and Christians standing for God’s Word. Most important to God, the right to life and marriage between a man and a woman; so when you vote for a candidate who supports abortion or same sex marriage, you are voting against God Almighty. The panel discusses how Moses was not able to go into the Promise Land because he was a type of law. He also disobeyed God’s instruction to smote the rock once for water; Moses smote it twice. Christ died only once for mankind; the Rock was a type of Christ. Brother Smith, reminds in scripture, 2 Thessalonians 2:7, the church must be a hindrance to false teaching; believers are called to be watchmen. Justicedemocrats.com is a website Brother Josh recommends all voters research; find the candidate’s policies and where they stand. He says their platforms will confirm to the Christian that Socialism and Communism is their agenda.
Up Next in 2020
Frances & Friends - Aug. 12th, 2020
Christians are called to be watchmen and to warn the people of the dangers that lie ahead. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss Joe Biden’s selection of Democrat Senator from California, Kamala Harris as his Vice Presidential candidate. Brother Donnie says, beware, sh...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 11th, 2020
Man and woman, were created by God, in the image of God. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss how God is about life, and not death. Brother Brown says a Christian should know that God is diametrically opposed to abortion and same sex marriage. Satan wants to destroy hu...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 10th, 2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Frances and panel discuss Sweden and Holland’s opting out of mask requirements, and how that has resulted in reduced COVID19 numbers. Brother Donnie says more mask wearing risks are coming to light; as many people required to wear them several hours a day on ...