The Resurrection Of Lazarus by Brother Branham

The Resurrection Of Lazarus by Brother Branham

The Resurrection Of Lazarus by Brother Branham

I can see Him. He wasn’t very much to look at. The Bible said there’s no beauty we should desire Him. He wasn’t a great big six footer. He was a little frail Fellow. He straighten His little frame up, stooped in the shoulders as He was. Said He was gray in His beard before

He was thirty years old. Stooped in His shoulders up like that, said, “Thy brother shall rise again.”
Oh, my. She said, “Yes, Lord. I know he will raise again at the last day.” Them Jews believed in the general resurrection. Said, “I know he will raise at the last day. He was a good boy.

And God will raise him up at the last day.”
I can see Jesus say, “But I am the Resurrection and Life. I am,” not “I will be; I was”: I am (present tense.); I am the Resurrection and Life. He that believeth in Me shall never die.”

[THE BROTHER SAYS,

“GOD BLESS YOU.”—Ed.]

GOD BLESS YOU.

AMEN.

That’s THE GREATEST WORD

that I KNOW OF,

“GOD BLESS YOU.”

I DON’T KNOW NOTHING

GREATER

TO SAY TO

“ANYBODY”

THAN

“GOD BLESS YOU.”

OH, IF HE BLESSES ME,

THAT’S ALL I WANT.

ISN’T THAT YOU?

THAT’S RIGHT.

GOD BLESS YOU.

51-0506E – At Thy Word
Rev. William Marrion Branham.

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