Jentezen Franklin delivers inspirational messages as the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia; and his ministry impacts generations through various global outreaches and his televised broadcast, "Kingdom Connection."
Raise Your Voice
The enemy has no allies. He attacks his own just as he attacks those who are striving to live for God. The difference is that you and I, as children of God, have access to help! In these unprecedented times, we are all fighting battles. Some of you are facing fear and uncertainty that you’ve never known, and we cannot stay silent and pretend everything is OK. As you’ll learn in this message, silence is a sin in the “city.” When you’re in the “city of God” all you have to do is raise your voice and the Rescuer will come running. Before you run from God, run to Him!
The Remedy for Worry
There are seasons in our life when God can’t easily be seen. But even when you can’t see Him, when you can’t feel Him, when the night is dark and it seems like there’s no way out of the situation, He is working! Jesus said, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28).
Heroes for the Body of Christ
The greatest story for Christians is the story of the resurrection. But prior to the resurrection, there was an event that holds an incredible lesson for believers today. In this week’s message we see an unusual hero emerge in the night. A hero who was both wealthy, and a disciple of Jesus. You can be both. God is looking for heroes in this dark hour who have influence, and He’s looking for those who are willing to beg for the Body of Christ. We’ve all suffered through this difficult time of international pandemic, but it’s time to stand up, not shrink away. Learn to be counted among the faithful. Learn to be a hero in the night.
On a Prophetic Journey
Have you ever been through a season in your life where you just can’t understand it? When you trace the line of your past to your present, it doesn’t seem to tell you anything about your future? Often we forget that our life has an author—a loving father who chose to write our name into His story. And He wants to tell a fascinating story through our days... if we’ll let Him. Today you’ll learn from Pastor Jentezen Franklin that we’re not in this story alone. In fact, God will speak to others on our behalf. He’ll encourage us and give us the direction we need at just the right time.
The Power of Bold Prayers
Have you ever held back on your prayers because you were afraid God wouldn’t come through? If we only ask for what we think is possible in our own ability, we limit God. He’s not looking for small, polite prayers. God is honored by bold requests. When we pray unwaveringly and expectantly, it’s actually an expression of our faith in him. In this message with Jentezen Franklin, we learn that with great faith comes bold prayers!
Goats are a very important symbol in Scripture. In both Old and New Testaments they represent sin, shame, and punishment. And it seems once we pick up that goat, it’s hard to get rid of the stench—the guilt or weight of our choices. The truth is we’re all carrying goats around. It might be the goats of immorality or lying, of envy or pride. Whatever it is they represent in our life, they make it hard for us to come to God with confidence. But in this message with Jentezen Franklin, you’ll see that God doesn’t want you to carry that weight around or hide it from Him any longer. On the contrary, He’s inviting you to lay it down at Jesus’ cross. That’s why He sent His Son. To forgive you... to set you free.
Receiving this word from Kenya