Frances & Friends
Frances & Friends - May 6th, 2022
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel discuss the enemies that have come against the church of Old and the church of today. Reading 2nd Chronicles 20:21-22, we see how King Jehoshaphat gathered the people together to pray; the Lord had him put his worshipers on the front lines in this battle, and God fought this battle. He sent confusion to those armies that were against His ways. The Ammonites and the Moabites were so confused they killed themselves. The panel discusses the Supreme Court leak on the potential Roe v. Wade overturn, and the evil behind the current abortion debate and protests in this country. Reading Psalm 94:22-23, Brother John asks, shall the throne of iniquity have a place with thee? God is using the abortion issue to reveal the wickedness of the heart and thus preparing man for the judgment to come. How do you see human life? Brother Josh gives the statistical breakdown of how few of abortions performed are due to rape or health risks of a mother; abortions are a matter of convenience for the majority.
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Frances & Friends - May 5th, 2022
O Lord, to thee will I cry. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel discuss the prophecies of the minor prophet Joel, regarding prayer, on this National Day of Prayer. In Joel 1:1-20, the prophet says gird yourself, fast, and cry out to the Lord. Scripture says we must stan...
Frances & Friends - May 4th, 2022
The more a person learns the ways of God through His Word, will be guided by the Holy Spirit; for when insight comes in, it becomes alive. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel read in 1 John 2:27, teaching the importance of learning biblical foundational doctrines correctl...
Frances & Friends - May 3rd, 2022
Eternal death is the eternal separation from God, and eternal life is eternal union with God. Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and the panel read John 1 2:25, discussing the eternal life that exists forever, after physical death, as long as we stay in the faith. Brother Donnie says...