7 Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.
MALACHI 4:5 5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD
REVELATION 10:7 7 But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished, as he hath declared to his servants the prophets.
Welcome to the Revealed Word Tabernacle website. This site is dedicated to the Word of God given to us in this last day. God used a simple man to send a startling message to the dying denominational church world calling it to Life. For those of you that have never heard of William Branham allow me to introduce him.
This is not a halo picture in the traditional, denominational sense. This is the same Pilliar of Fire that followed the children of Israel thousands of years ago. The same Pilliar of Fire that Paul heard Christ speak from in his day. The Pilliar of Fire was the vindication that God was with Israel.
Now, consider that scripture, that God will do nothing until He first reveals it unto His prophets. Nothing.
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E-50 Now, this picture--this picture which was taken, this Light that was on this picture is, to my opinion, the same Pillar of Fire that led the children of Israel. When I was just about three minutes old, It come into the room where I was born in a little log cabin. And that same Angel of God that led the children of Israel is leading the Church tonight, the same Jesus the same yesterday, today, and forever.
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330 But then, God said, in this last days He would bring out a people washed in His Blood, and they were predestinated to be there. They've got to be there. God said so. And It would reveal... And the very sign, "I will se-..." Malachi 4, and what he would do, "restore back again," bring back, in the last days, these great things that He promised, it'd bring the revelation. What is to... What's he to do, Malachi 4? Was to bring back the Faith of the fathers, to the children. See? That's right, to bring that same thing, the same Pillar of Fire, in on the scene; the same signs, the same wonders, the same Jesus; making Him the same, preaching Him the same, vindicating Him the same yesterday, today, and forever.
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160 Notice, there It hangs, as the Truth, the same Pillar of Fire that led Israel back yonder at the wilderness. It's leading today, the same kind of a Message, of, "Come up out of Egypt!"...?... This day this Scripture is fulfilled. You know the Message that He said.
And so it was that into this last age God sent His prophet. And as God has done things in the past, He sent him as a poor, illiterate man. Not a grand entrance as the world would expect but a quiet, meek appearance. He didn’t care for money or power or fame or any other thing of the world. His heart was set upon the Word that was given out through him as his life lived out. And oh what a life it was! Through this humble man was worked more miracles in our day than all those recorded in the Bible put together. No man could have done it. It was more than a man’s life that was vindicated among us. The dead were raised, missing limbs grew back, eyes formed in the socket, giving the blind their sight, squirrels were spoken into existance, storms ceased at his command. But above all, Life in abundance as the Tree of Life was restored unto man again!
In an age where few people even truly believe there is a God, God came through a little man named William Branham and caused us to know that the God of the Bible was MUCH MUCH MUCH more than what we had been taught in Sunday school. Much more than a church sick with the world and it’s ways, having a form of godliness and denying the power thereof. The message that came forth set the children of God free from creeds and dogmas and man-made religion and opened up a new day for those very few that have cared enough to look away from the world and self worship long enough to catch a glimpse of God making His Word live again.