1 kings 19 sermon

Questions & Answers On The Seals

Questions & Answers On The Seals

191 If you are one of His chosen ones, will you go up in the Bride? (Yes. Uh-huh. Yes, sir. That’s easy.)

192 Brother Branham, did you mean to say seven thousand who had not bowed their knee to Baalim, or seven hundred?

228  Seven thousand, I meant to say. Forgive me for that, see. Just a…It’s just a–a manner of speech. I was just… Like, said a while ago. Did you notice me standing here, I said, “And–and they bare record, seeing the Lamb…”? See? See? The Lamb was on earth. See? “Bare record, seeing the Spirit of God coming upon the Lamb.”

229  Now, in there, it said, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m well pleased.” You see? Now, that’s wrote in an actual form of the Greek, putting verb before adverb. But you notice here, it actually be this. Now just take the Word, see. The Bible says, in the translation of Saint James here, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m pleased to dwell.” But, actually, if we would say it like we say today, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m pleased to dwell in.” You’d turn it around, see. See? “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m pleased to dwell.” See? Now, we would say it today, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I am pleased to dwell in.” See, same word, just turns it around. See?

230  Now, yes, I meant…Forgive me, please. I…And–and, brethren, you on the tape out there, and friends, listen. I didn’t mean to say that like that. I–I–I’m a minister of the Gospel. I, many times as I have preached that, I knowed that was seven thousand. I just happened to say seven hundred. I didn’t mean just seven hundred. I meant, you…I just didn’t read it out of the Scripture. It just come to my mind while I was talking, and I just said seven hundred instead of seven thousand. I make them mistakes all the time. I’m–I’m sure a dummy, so you forgive me. See? I didn’t mean to do that.

William Marrion Branham
63-0324M Questions & Answers On The Seals

Questions 205 (COD Page 858)

 First Kings 19, Brother Branham, I believe that the number who did not bow the knee was se-…

331  Yeah, that’s right. Seven hundred instead of…Thank you. That’s correctly. It was seven hundred instead of seven thousand… “Brother Branham…” Seven thousand instead of seven hundred. Now, see that?

332  You know, really, when a person comes like this, to–to preach…I want to ask you something, now, so that you’ll understand. When the Elijah came from the wilderness, he had one message. He stomped right out of that wilderness, and come right down and told that king, “The dew will not even fall from heaven till I call for it.” That’s the words he had. And stomped right back out, and said nothing to nobody. See?

333  When he had another message, he come right down and said this message. And turned right back around, went back out into the wilderness. See?

334 Now, if you’ll watch, when I laid the cornerstone under that tabernacle, He said, “Do the work of an evangelist.” And now the hour is coming when that work is separating. There is something else taking place. Then I’m so…See, I get here and try to do evangelist and something else, and see where you’re at? See? You’re…Oh, I–I’m expecting the church to be spiritual enough to understand.

William Marrion Branham
63-0324M Questions & Answers On The Seals

Questions 191 & 192 (COD Page 839)

 191 If you are one of His chosen ones, will you go up in the Bride? (Yes. Uh-huh. Yes, sir. That’s easy.)

192 Brother Branham, did you mean to say seven thousand who had not bowed their knee to Baalim, or seven hundred?

228  Seven thousand, I meant to say. Forgive me for that, see. Just a…It’s just a–a manner of speech. I was just… Like, said a while ago. Did you notice me standing here, I said, “And–and they bare record, seeing the Lamb…”? See? See? The Lamb was on earth. See? “Bare record, seeing the Spirit of God coming upon the Lamb.”

229  Now, in there, it said, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m well pleased.” You see? Now, that’s wrote in an actual form of the Greek, putting verb before adverb. But you notice here, it actually be this. Now just take the Word, see. The Bible says, in the translation of Saint James here, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m pleased to dwell.” But, actually, if we would say it like we say today, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m pleased to dwell in.” You’d turn it around, see. See? “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I’m pleased to dwell.” See? Now, we would say it today, “This is My beloved Son, in Whom I am pleased to dwell in.” See, same word, just turns it around. See?

230  Now, yes, I meant…Forgive me, please. I…And–and, brethren, you on the tape out there, and friends, listen. I didn’t mean to say that like that. I–I–I’m a minister of the Gospel. I, many times as I have preached that, I knowed that was seven thousand. I just happened to say seven hundred. I didn’t mean just seven hundred. I meant, you…I just didn’t read it out of the Scripture. It just come to my mind while I was talking, and I just said seven hundred instead of seven thousand. I make them mistakes all the time. I’m–I’m sure a dummy, so you forgive me. See? I didn’t mean to do that.

William Marrion Branham
63-0324M Questions & Answers On The Seals

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