Brother Branham, is it wrong to have a flattop haircut?
165 I suppose–I suppose this is a man; I–I hope it is. Well now, some women do that. Sure. I was going up on the bus one time when I was state game warden here. Going up here…I was setting there, and a man was talking like that, had a welder’s cap on, and I was just talking to him. And he was going ahead smoking a cigarette, had a welder’s glasses pushed up like that. Was right up here around Sellersburg. And I was setting there talking to that fellow. He said something there, and we all got to laughing; I hit him on the leg; I said, “Boy, that–that really takes the cake, doesn’t it?” And I was setting there like that, and the–directly some–a woman setting across there said, “Say, Ruth, are you going to…?”
166 Had on overalls, great big, burly just like a man, setting there smoking a cigarette and blowing it out her nose, I thought it was a man. Something about dropping a acetylene torch and doing something, hitting on somebody’s head and knocked the what-you-call-it off, and started laughing. I laughed too and slapped her right on the leg, thinking it was a man. I didn’t know the difference. You can’t tell them. And the Bible said, “Any woman that puts on a garment pertaining to a man, it’s an abomination.” There we are.
167 No, Brother, if you want a flattop haircut, I’ll tell you: you just wait till you get about my age, you’ll have one. So…That’s all right. I didn’t mean that like that, buddy. Bless your heart if you believe Brother Branham tell you the truth. I don’t think God says anything about man, his–his covering is just as long as he cuts his hair. If he lets his hair grow down long like a woman, the Bible says it’s a shame for a man to do that.
168But now, if you–as long as you got your hair and you’re a little boy…And I know I’ve said a whole lot about it: “And you, Rickys, with that flattop haircut,” and all like that, and things like that, but I–I just say that. See?
169 I don’t–I don’t think God cares how a man cuts his hair, as long as he cuts it, because his head is God. But a woman’s head is a man; therefore, she must…And if she cuts her hair, she dishonors her head. Then a dishonorable woman should be divorced and got away with. That right? So if a woman cuts her hair, she has–her husband has a absolutely Bible right to put her away in wrong living–a dishonorable person. How many knows that’s the Truth? It’s what Bible said, for she dishonors her head. No dishonorable woman should be lived with.
William Marrion Branham
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