Jentezen Franklin - The Unhappy Marriage: Stay or Go? (December-01-2020)

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Tuesday, 01 December 2020 02:59

Jentezen Franklin  (December-01-2020) The Unhappy Marriage: Stay or Go?.  We need to send our words out in the direction we want them to go. In other words, we need to start talking victory when we’re staring at defeat. We need to start talking healing when we’re feeling sick. We need to start blessing and prosperity when we don’t have anything. We need to speak about marching when we feel like quitting." - Jentezen Franklin

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Jentezen Franklin - The Unhappy Marriage: Stay or Go? (December-01-2020)
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  • Comment Link Lydia M Rodman Tuesday, 01 December 2020 10:25 posted by Lydia M Rodman

    Thank you so much for this message, something we all need to here. God's best always on your ministry. Always in my heart and prayers.

  • Comment Link Luke Khumalo Tuesday, 01 December 2020 08:46 posted by Luke Khumalo

    Pastor Jentezen I hereby wish to thank God for all your teachings and sermons I find online. Thanks, I wish I can fly one Sunday to attend your service, but I am thousand's miles away from where you live. Does not matter, what matters is that I listening online. Thanks I am blessed.

  • Comment Link Jacquelyn Y Smith-Higgins Tuesday, 01 December 2020 07:47 posted by Jacquelyn Y Smith-Higgins

    Please Pray for the Higgins, Simmons, Richardsons, Matlock, Smith's, Smalls, Smarts, Lewis's, Daniel's, and the BO~GANS! IT IS JUBULEE! IT IS TIME TO SHOUT THE VICTORY!

Jentezen Franklin

Jentezen Franklin is the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel, a multi campus church. Each week his television program Kingdom Connection is broadcast on major networks all over the world. A New York Times best-selling author, Jentezen has written eight books including the groundbreaking Fasting and Right People-Right Place-Right Plan. Jentezen and his wife Cherise have been married 30 years, have five children and two grandchildren, and make their ho ...