Inspirational quotes of William marrion Branham
He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning. For this purpose, the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil. Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God. (1 John 3:8-9)
Did you ever take your camera and set it on infinite? Why it just means from thereafter. All right, there’s no way of focusing it anymore. Well, that’s what God is; He’s infinite.
And if He’s infinite, there could not be a beetle, not a fly, not a flea, not a mouse, not a chigger, or nothing that ever was on the earth or ever will be, but what God knew it before the world was ever formed. There’s some conception of infinite.
Well then, the infinite God who saves you here, knowing He’s going to lose you next week, or next month, or next year, why He’s defeating the very purpose. He can’t lose you. “He that heareth My Words and believeth on Him that sent Me has Everlasting Life and shall never come into the judgment but’s done passed from death unto life.
” Can’t do it. He that is born of God does not commit sin, for the seed of God remains in him, and he cannot sin. How can he sin when there’s a sin-offering for him? How can I be sick when I’m in perfect health? How can I be blind when I can see? Oh, my.
How can I be in the building and out of the building at the same time? How can I be drunk and sober at the same time? You can’t do it. And when you’re saved, you’re under the atonement, and your sins are not reckoned unto you.
Did not David say, “Blessed is the man who God will not reckon sin and impute sin to”? God doesn’t hold the sin against this creature. That’s strong. That isn’t skim milk, but that’s the Bible.
God will not reckon sin to the righteous. God by His grace through predestination, not willing that any should perish, but all might come to repentance; but being infinite and know who would come and who would not come, He could predestinate everything to work to His will.
If He didn’t do it, why did He permit sin in the first place? If there’d never been a sinner, He would have never been a Saviour. The attribute within Him could not be pulled out.