A Covenant of Release

By Francis Frangipane Israel was hopelessly outnumbered. Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon “and all his army, with all the kingdoms of the earth that were under his dominion and all the peoples, were fighting against Jerusalem” and its remaining cities (Jer....

The War Mode

By Francis Frangipane I was seventeen years old, a senior in high school, and was slouching into my desk when an angry student almost twice my size entered the room. In a storm of spit and fire, he burst toward where I was sitting, grabbed me by my neck and began...

A Word to the Women of God

By Francis Frangipane My Mother’s Prayers I personally know the power of a woman’s prayer: my mother’s. In the late sixties, I was a very lost young man living in sin and rebellion. Judging from my appearance, I looked hopeless. Yet in spite of my outward...

Into a Place of Abundance

By Francis Frangipane Prior to releasing a new product to the general public manufacturers put their invention through a series of tests to see how their product handles stress and other issues. Typically, they will test their product in a smaller control group before...

The Days of God’s Kingdom

By Francis Frangipane As we approach the fulfillment of many end-time prophecies, we must not allow ourselves to be moved by fear or unbelief. Increased wars, lawlessness and ethnic conflicts are signs that point to something more significant than themselves. Recall,...

When Money Becomes Our Servant

By Francis Frangipane Many ministers hate discussing finances; others are obsessed with it and teach about it all the time. Because Jesus Himself referenced it, we must put the issue of personal wealth into perspective. In the great overview of topics the Lord desires...

Protected From the Accuser

By Francis Frangipane How do you handle criticism? How does one protect himself from the “scourge of the tongue” (Job 5:21)? If you are going to be successful in the Lord’s work, you must find God’s hiding place from one of the most painful...

A Forgiving Heart

By Francis Frangipane During the last hours of this age, there will be two opposing factions in the world: those whose hearts are wrought with bitterness, resentment, and hatred; and those whose love has actually increased and who are experiencing the power of the...

Loving the Truth

By Francis Frangipane “No lie was found in their mouth; they are blameless” (Rev. 14:5). To become blameless is to be free from falsehood; it is to be delivered from sin and the deception that protects sin. Yet this process of deliverance is not attained...

Repentance and the Way God Calls Holy

By Francis Frangipane Many are calling for prayer for our nation. To that message I would like to add a call to repentance as well. Indeed, 2 Chronicles 7:14 not only calls us to pray but to follow through by humbling ourselves and aggressively turning away from evil....

A Jealous God

By Francis Frangipane Have you ever sensed spiritual resistance, as though some power much greater than you was deliberately opposing your success? We often assume it is the devil who is fighting us. Allow me to suggest that, on some occasions, what is standing in...

Standing After the Storm

By Francis Frangipane “If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?” (Ps. 11:3) Just as there are foundations that are dug and laid for buildings, so there are spiritual foundations upon which we can build a strong and unshakeable spiritual...

The True Foundation: Christlikeness

By Francis Frangipane Christ Himself is the eternal blueprint for our lives. Only in studying Him, in measuring ourselves by Him, do we grow securely upon the foundation of God. Beloved, we were created to become like Christ. God’s plan has not faded or become...

The Harvest is Plentiful

By Francis Frangipane It is amazing how Jesus stayed riveted upon His life’s goals. We never read of Jesus being distracted by the turbulent conditions of the world around Him. Indeed, reaching and saving the lost was always the vivid center of His focus. I...

What Are You Becoming?

By Francis Frangipane It is insightful to me that when Luke listed the twelve apostles, when he came to Judas Iscariot, he identified him as the apostle “who became a traitor” (Luke 6:16). Let me start with a question, a sincere question that may be the...