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Seek The Truth is a Biblical and historical comparison between actual events in history and the Bible as compared with the evangelist who is said to have started or strongly influenced the Charasmatic movement, William Marrion Branham.

It will take you through the foundation for the ministry of William Branham, from the visions and the prayer lines to the teachings of the seven Church Angels. With each teaching, it will compare the ideas brought forth by Rev. Branham to actual history and biblical teachings.

Finally it will take you through the journey of one man's struggle to find the truth, and how God helped him along the way.

If you were born and raised in a cult, lived your entire life believing in a better pathway to salvation than the Gospel of Jesus Christ in its simplicity, and taught that there were several “extra things” you must also do in order to be saved, then you will find yourself in a strange place as you try to accept freedom.

Freedom, you will quickly find, is something that other churches take for granted. They never experienced true bondage like you have. While you were born with shackles, they were born free.

But you can be free. Christ can set you free. He can help you out of the cult and into His Grace.

This is a story that many will recognize, though it has not happened yet. This is a story that many will identify with, though it is for another time and place.

This is the futuristic story of Jobelt, a member of the chosen few. From birth to early adult, he remains pure and holy, but undergoes a change. As he is outcast, he goes through a spiritual journey to seek the Truth. Against all odds, Jobelt brings the hearts and minds of all people to enlightenment, teaching them all about the Great One, who so many had forgotten.

William Branham named Irenaeus as the "Second Church Age Messenger" in the Masonic hierarchy immediately after Paul. What most followers do not realize is that Irenaeus has a series of writings that explain the Gospel that he stood for and the heresy that he stood against. Irenaeus' book "Against Heresies" seems to be speaking out from the ancient world, pleading with the followers of William Branham. Through the course of the writings, Irenaeus identifies several Gnostic doctrines that were infiltrating the early church and bringing pagan worship into Christianity.

Having been raised in the Message of William Branham, it would seem that Branham read this book by Irenaeus, and then proceeded to preach from the dark side.

There are between two and four million followers in the cult of William Marrion Branham.

The contents of this book contain what the men at the top of the pyramid do not want the followers to see. This handbook, when given to a cult follower, may help begin the deprogramming process.

This handbook contains a quick summary of the issues with cult theology that have been kept hidden from the people for many, many years.

Jesus speaks of the dreadful events that Zechariah describe. He warned that the time would catch people unaware. Many would be celebrating just as it was in the days of Noah when they were taken by surprise.

John writes in Revelation 10 that there would be a great celebration at the killing of the two witnesses. Jesus said it was also like the days of Lot, when they were celebrating and building. Fire and sulfur caught them unaware.

William Branham said that his ministry was the "Evening Light," yet the Bible says that all of these things must happen before the "Evening Light" comes. Which was correct? Branham? or the Bible?

Sola scriptura is Latin for "by scripture alone." It is the idea the Bible contains all knowledge necessary for salvation and holiness.

This, in fact, was one of our motives to dig deeper. Was William Branham's teaching "sola scriptura?" I truly believe that all teaching should be filtered through the Bible. If it agrees with the Bible, then the teaching is accurate. If not, then we are following a false teaching, as well as a false teacher.

Was William Branham "Sola Scriptura?"

William Marrion Branham mentioned Enoch together with Noah over sixty-five times throughout his ministry. Using Enoch’s translation before the eyes of Noah, Branham claimed that Enoch was a type of the “little bride” that would be raptured before “Noah” which was a type of the Jews.

The Problem? None of it is scriptural! Enoch died long before Noah. The Bible does not teach of any small group exiting the world before the tribulation. None of this comes from the Bible. All of these doctrines came from the book of Enoch.

Balaam was a diviner, which was condemned in the Laws given to the children of Israel. Deuteronomy 18:10-12 clearly forbids any acts of divination, describing them as something detestable to God, and Leviticus 19:26 says, "You must not practice either divination or soothsaying." Balaam could not prophecy against the children of Israel, but instead decided to spread idolatry into their camp and overtake them by evil rather than by curse.

The exact opposite of this story of Balaam, which is considered one of the greatest evils described in the entire Bible, is the story of the Nativity. The Birth of Jesus Christ is the greatest event in the Bible, and should be revered and respected by all Christians -- it is the event that has given them new life.

This book examines the prophecy of Balaam, and how his evil has survived throughout the ages.

William Marrion Branham professed that he fasted every Friday throughout his ministry. During healing campaigns, Branham would fast extensively, for three to four days in a row, seeking for God to give him vibrations of the spirit world to seek out and destroy sickness and disease.

He also fasted extensively to seek for visions, and to summon his spirit guide in the cave he went for study and isolation. During these fasts, "angels" would appear to him, and Branham thought these to be an angel of the Lord.

Was it an angel of the Lord, or had Branham summoned an elemental spirit as the ancient Shamans, Sorcerers, Diviners, and Native Americans did? Is this practice scriptural?

William Branham took the scripture from 2 Peter 1, "No prophecy of scripture comes from someone's own interpretation" and twisted it to mean that only a prophet could interpret the Bible. Though Peter was speaking of the prophetic word that came from God and not from men, Branham taught that Peter was telling his simple followers not to try to study and interpret the Word of God for themselves.

In Branham's theology, the Word of God was hidden from the public, and only a 'prophet' could interpret it. Branham goes as far as to say that Moses was 'a god', and that God was hidden behind the 'veil' of Moses.

Why did Branham not want his followers to study the scriptures?

This book is an examination of both the religious following of William Branham, and the evolution of religious cults throughout history. While many may feel that this particular cult is unique, it is evident that it has its roots that can easily be identified in the ancient world.

William Branham claimed as "Thus Saith The Lord" that his 1951 trip to India would convert three hundred thousand people. After the men in Branham's campaign left him and the trip did not happen until 1954, Branham did not have a successful meeting. He blamed the failure of this vision on himself. Did God really fail, or did William Branham speak presumptuously?

Most of the followers of William Branham are strictly “King James Only,” which in of itself is considered a denomination, or group of people sharing the same religious beliefs. Many do not know that the book in their hands is not the original King James Version, several words have been changed and entire books have been removed.

They also do not realize that William Branham was not King James Only himself, and that a several of his teachings came from a Gnostic version of the Bible, mistranslations by a poorly translated Bible, and misunderstandings by Rev. Branham himself.



William Branham took the scripture from 2 Peter 1, "No prophecy of scripture comes from someone's own interpretation" and twisted it to mean that only a prophet could interpret the Bible. Though Peter was speaking of the prophetic word that came from God and not from men, Branham taught that Peter was telling his simple followers not to try to study and interpret the Word of God for themselves.

In Branham's theology, the Word of God was hidden from the public, and only a 'prophet' could interpret. Branham goes as far as to say that Moses was 'a god', and that God was hidden behind the 'veil' of Moses.

Why did Branham not want his followers to study the scriptures?

Even after his untimely death in 1965, the legacy of William Marrion Branham continues. Credited as one of the founding fathers of the Charismatic Movement, William Branham is well known in the faith healing circles.

This book is a review of the legacy of William Branham.

William Branham was against women using cosmetics, comparing them to Jezebel from the Bible. Did he go too far when he called them "dogmeat?"

Some have said that the ministry of William Branham got fully started in 1950. He claims to have been a widely known prophet and evangelist since 1933, but 1950 was about the time that history records his ministry coming to a widespread following.

1950 is also the first time that Rev. Branham started introducing subtle changes to the scriptures he quoted. This book examines one of those scriptures, and how it gradually changed over time.

This book examines drinking wine and alcoholic beverages from a Biblical standpoint, taking the reader on a walk through the Bible as it compares to drinking.

The goal is to make Christians more aware about what the Scriptures say about drinking in general, and remind them to examine their own hearts rather than judging others for their actions.

An examination of the ministry of William Marrion Branham, during the last year of his life.

This book takes an evaluation of the teachings by William Marrion Branham and compares it to scriptures from the Bible and recorded history.

An investigation on the "mysterious cloud" that is described throughout William Branham's ministry.

This is an examination of the historical events in the ministry of William Marrion Branham. He told many stories throughout his ministry, but are they true?

William Branham taught a ministry with a focal point of Elijah, the Old Testament prophet that God sent to Ahab and Jezebel to condemn them for bringing idolatry to the children of Israel. He claimed to be a reincarnation of that same spirit of Elijah using a reference to Malachi 4, applying the scripture to himself.

This book examines the Elijah of the Old Testament and compares it to the William Branham of the 40's, 50's, and 60's. It will walk you through Branham's teachings on Jezebel and her sin, comparing it to what the scriptures and recorded history say.

Gnostic texts, deemed as heresy long ago, contain many stories that do not align with the Scripture. They contain interesting 'mysteries' that catch the attention of the weaker-minded, but they do not contain Truth. They contain fiction. This fiction, unfortunately, is mistaken for "truth" in the Branham cult churches.