Sometimes I notice, people go out here…I was standing by a big museum here not long ago. And I seen the analysis of a human body. A man that weighed a hundred and fifty pound was worth eighty-four cents in chemicals. Could you think of it? And then you think you’re somebody. You’re worth eighty-four cents. That’s right.
Put a ten-dollar hat on eighty-four cents and think you’re somebody. Wrap a five-hundred-dollar chubby around you and think you’re somebody when you’re eighty-four cents. You sure take care of that eighty-four cents, though, don’t you? That’s right.
But remember, in there you’ve got a soul that’s worth ten thousand worlds. And you let the devil push that around any way. Yes, that’s right.
You take a person, some of these little feisty people out on the street, don’t know no more about God than a Hottentot would know about a Egyptian night. Yeah, oh, they belong to church.
Wrap a five-hundred-dollar mink coat around, stick their nose up in the air, if it’d rain, it would drown them, thinking they’re somebody. What are you? Eighty-four cents. That’s right. But you got a soul, remember.
AS I PREACHED TO YOU LAST NIGHT,
WHEN A MAN
THE HOLY SPIRIT,
BUT HE’S ONLY
TO THE PEOPLE
OF THE WORLD.
BUT TO GOD……
HE’S A GLORIOUS FATHER.
61-0521 – Show Us The Father
Rev. William Marrion Branham.