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  End Time Series.

The Word of the Lord comes to the prophets.

William Branham.

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Modern events made clear by prophecy.

They told you Pentecostals of forty-five, fifty years ago... Your mothers and fathers, when they were genuine Pentecostals come out of a organization and cursed the thing and walked out of it. Then like a dog to its vomit, went right back in it again, done the same thing that killed that church, you killed your own by the same thing. Nothing against the people in there, nothing against it, it's the systems of the thing is what's doing it.

And notice, they missed seeing the confirmation of the prophecies of God's Word being fulfilled. If those priests... They had it fixed up just exactly the way the Messiah was going to come; they knowed what was going to take place. The Phar-- the Pharisees had their idea, the Sadducees, Herodians, and, oh, they had their ideas. But He come, not... He come contrary to every one of them, but exactly with the Word. Jesus said the same thing was here: "If you would've known Me, you should've known My day. If you had knowed, you'd... You say, 'Well, Moses... We have Moses.'" Said, "Why, if you had believed Moses, you'd believe Me; because he wrote of Me." But, see, when God was confirming exactly what He promised, they had it in some kind of a dignified way that Jesus was supposed to come, and the... I mean the Messiah... The Messiah had to come right to their group or He wasn't Messiah. Well, it's that way almost today, "If you don't see through my glasses, you're not looking at all." See? And so that's-- that's just the way it-- it is. We... That's the truth. We hate to think that, but it's absolutely the truth.

In Hebrews 1:1, God in sundry times wrote the Bible by His own chosen way. He never wrote It by theologians; neither does He interpret by theologians. There never was a time that-- that the theologians ever had an interpretation of the Word of God. The interpretation comes only to a prophet. And the only way we're ever going to get out of this mess is for God to send us that prophet; just exactly, the only way it's going to be done. It's been believed, watched for, and the fulfillment... See? It was not wrote by men, but It was wrote by God. It's not a man's Book. It's not a theologian's Book. It's the Book of God, which is a Book of prophecy wrote by the prophets and interpreted by the prophets. The Bible said, "The Word of the Lord comes to the prophets." Exactly.

How beautiful that was illustrated, or demonstrated when Jesus was come on earth, and John was the prophet of that day, and he-- he was prophesying. They said, "Oh, you mean to say that God's going to tear down our big associations here and all these things? And there's going to be a time that our-- our temples won't no more be worshipped in?" He said, "There was coming a time when God would make a sacrifice out of the Lamb of God: a man." And he said that-- that he would know Him when He come. He said he was so sure of his message; he said, "He's standing right among you now and you don't know it. He's right among you and you don't know it."

One day when Jesus walked out, John looked up and seen that sign above Him; he said, "Behold, the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world." That same minute Jesus knowed then that He was a-vindicated before the people. Now, He was the Word; would we doubt that? The Bible said He was the Word, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. And the Word was made flesh and dwelled among us." And here He is, the... Here's the Word on earth (Look, perfectly.) comes right out into the water to the prophet.

That's right. The Word always comes to His prophet. So we can't expect It to come to theologians. We can't expect It to come to denominations. It's got to come God's channeled route that He foretold us about, and that's the only way It'll ever come. It'll be hated, despised, rejected. When It does come, It'll be throwed out to one side and everything, but God will do it anyhow. It was rejected in Jesus Christ; it was rejected in John; it was rejected by Jeremiah; it was rejected by Moses. It's always that way. But God moves right on in the way that He promised He would do it. Yes, sir. He never does fail to do it the same way.

Look in the Bible, you see where, what age we're living in then, when you see these great things being made manifest. When God promised to do it, He always does it. At the end of each age when the church is come to the turning place, and is turned from the Word back to sin and worldliness... Worldliness is sin. The Bible said, "If you love the world or the things of the world, the love of God's not even in you." Speaking last night, I was speaking about the-- the sacrifice that was offered: the Lamb. It was to be seven days, representing the seven church ages. There was to be no leaven found amongst the people, no leaven for seven days. That means that there's nothing mixed with it; it's unleavened, constantly. And we don't want no creeds, leavens and things mixed with it. We don't want world mixed with us. It's got to be the unleavened Bread of God, the Word of God, the unadulterated Word of God, which, "Man shall live by every Word that proceeds out of the mouth of God."

Our denominational systems, and differences, and things, has put leaven in us, and this and that and world and fashion. And, oh, it's got so it's almost Hollywood everywhere. It'll finally come till it'll be like England, and a altar call will be ashamed. My. As brother said, "How can you get the fish in the boat?" That's right. We've got to have the Gospel preached in its fullness, with the power of God to vindicate that according to the promise of that age and prove that that's exactly God's will. Outside of That you're just a church member, no matter how much you try, you try to do God a service. You might go to the stitch-and-sew party; you might be ever so faithful to church; but unless that germ of Eternal Life was foreordained in you to be a son or daughter of God, you'll grow up a deformed something; but never be a real, true son or daughter of God.

Notice, we find today that people... There's many people just can't believe it, even Spirit-filled people. I'm going to give you one that'll choke you. The baptism of the Holy Ghost don't mean you're going in, not at all, not on that, don't have anything to do with your soul. That's the baptism. See? Here's the inside soul in here, that has to come from God. But then on the outside you have five senses, and five out-- inlets to your contact your earthly home. The inside, you have a spirit, and in there you have five outlets: your conscience, and love, and so forth, five outlets to that spirit. Remember, in that spirit you can be baptized with the genuine Spirit of God and still be lost. It's the soul that lives; that was ordained of God. Didn't Jesus say, "Many will come to Me in that day, and say, 'Lord, haven't I cast out devils, done great and mighty works, prophesied, the great gifts of God?'" He said, "Depart from me, you that work iniquity, I never even knew you. Many will come in that day."

Didn't Caiaphas prophesy? He was a devil. We find out there... And them priests, them great men, was supposed to be great leaders in them days, with humility and everything else, but failed to see the Word of God Itself made manifest before them.We could just take a bunch of them I got wrote down here. How about Balaam? He was a... You say, "God changes His mind." He doesn't change His mind. When Balaam went out as a prophet, went down there, a bishop, preacher, whatever you want to call him, he was a great man. But when... He consulted God about going down there and cursing Israel; he didn't like them to begin with, so he asked to go. God said, "Don't go." Then they sent a dignitary bunch some maybe of bishops or presbyters, or something, down, said-- with more education to persuade him. He went back and asked God again. You don't have to ask God the second time. When God says it first, that's it. You don't have to wait anything. Rebekah didn't wait to get the second order. They asked her, said, "Will you go?" "Let her say." She said, "I'll go." She was firmly inspired of God. She become one of the queens of the Bible for acting upon the pulsation of the Spirit of God that moved upon her to receive what was absolutely the truth, and she believed it.

Now, we find out, Balaam, of course, he couldn't see. He went out and looked upon the people, said, "Now, just a minute. We're a great, big people up here, you're just a scattered bunch." You see? "And we all-- we all believe the same God."That's true. They all believed the same God; they all worshipped Jehovah. Look at Balaam's sacrifice: seven altars, God's perfect number, the seven churches (See?); seven rams, speaking of the coming of the Lord. Fundamentally he was just as fundamental as Moses was; but (You see?), there wasn't a Divine vindication. In there they were both prophets. But under Moses' ministry, there was a supernatural Pillar of Fire, a Light that hung with the camp. There was Divine healing; there was a shout of the-- of the King in the camp, great signs, Divine healing, and wonders and things performed among them. It was a sign of a living God among His people. Fundamentally, they was both right. And Balaam tried to persuade the people, and bewitched them into it. When? Just before they reached the promised land. Another day or two, they'd been in the promised land.

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  The Scripture Saith...

God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets,

Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds;

Hebrews 1:1-2

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