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John Collins3/15/2012 3:39:00 PMIn a trip to Russia, Joseph Branham denied Jesus Christ as God by claiming "This Message" as "his Absolute".

Throughout Russia, word quickly spread, and even the most basic Christian believer could easily see that a statement like that is idolatry. Not long after, the Russian churches realized that they had been mislead -- Joseph Branham was making the Word of God a "franchise" through William Branham.

Further investigation revealed misappropriation of monetary funds, turning the name of "William Branham" into an idol, selling goods and "fetishes" related to William Branham, and calling the words of Branham "The Bread of Life." The churches of Russia would not let some American come onto their shores to make ill-gotten gains by changing their Absolute from their God to the Message, or their "Bread of Life" from the Bible to the tapes.

They joined together and placed him under Anathema, which is the Russian way to excommunicate an evil one with a curse. This author knows about Anathema, having been "taken out from under the blood of Jesus Christ" at the local church of Branham. The difference between this author and Joseph Branham is that this author was "taken out from under the blood" because he chose the Bible as his Absolute. The question can be raised about Joseph Branham.

You as a reader can decide for yourselves. Here are the eleven parts of the sermon in Russia that caused 73 churches to denounce the idol worship of William Branham:

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-T0DnemKK4g
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BkrRlaT ... re=related
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D8S25WA ... re=related
Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckWZUuvm ... re=related
Part 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6xUNJqX ... re=related
Part 6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C-coiw2 ... re=related
Part 7: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA_iKd3P ... re=related
Part 8: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCIjIFuo ... re=related
Part 9: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqONNJTO ... re=related
Part 10: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuhfQfcF5uA
Part 11: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouv_ZSD0h-U


A letter was written by the group of pastors, and sent to Joseph Branham in Jeffersonville. He was advised of his heresy, and given the chance to repent. According to this letter, he refused.

Quote:
On August, 13th, 2010, at the annual meeting of saints of the Church of God, which was under way from August, 12th to August, 16th in Kharkov, at the evening general meeting, after thorough examination, Joseph Branham, the son of prophet William Branham unanimously underwent the ANATHEMA by praying of saints.
In 2002 it has been testified to Joseph Branham about his impious deals and there was offered to him to repent.
http://www.for-christ.ucoz.ua/The_Messa ... w_2010.doc
However he hasn't turned away from his malicious deals.
The Anathema text is being put below.

This text, written in Russian and English languages with personal signs of saints, is being sent to Joseph Branham in Jeffersonville, IN, USA.

To Joseph Branham, the son of prophet William Marrion Branham!

During many years you and your own will service in the Body of Christ as director "VoGR" led and still leads to dissemination of heresies among of people of God, to division, confusion and to direct abuse onto the Doctrine of Jesus Christ and the Word of God preached by your father.
You are guilty:
1) In usurpation of rights onto the Word of God been preached in sermons of W.M.Branham by means of franchise.
2) In assignation to voice of man W.M.Branham of status of literally Voice of God.
3) In binding of getting of Word Of God revelation to dependence of reading of VoGR brochures.
4) In creating of denomination "The Message of prophet Branham" with formalized false-teaching.
5) In division of people of God and in death of many of people of God who have followed your false-teaching..
6) In transformation of the name and ministry of prophet W.M.Branham into fetish and idol.
7) In trading of idolatry goods and fetishes being related with prophet W.M.Branham.
8) In greed for money, including through misappropriating of monetary gifts of people of God by means of formalized false-teaching.
9) In own will service as teacher among of people of God for the God didn't call you for that and He didn't send you to preach His Word and to bring the Doctrine.
10) In assignment of the name of the Bread of Life which is only and exclusively the Word of God, written down in the Bible - to sermons of mortal man which has been written down in the form of brochures.
11) In creation of the branched network of idolatrous centers intended for worship to prophet W.M.Branham.
12) In creation of the network of religious pilgrimage to places connected with life and ministry of W.M.Branham.
13) In declaration of sermons of W.M.Branham as the Absolute and negation the Scriptures as this.
Because of all these sins and transgressions, the ANATHEMA is declared to you by the Church of God.
Amen!

__________
With personal signs:
1. Sergey Pavlenko, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
2. Nataly Pavlenko, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
3. Joanna Pavlenko, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
4. Igor Pavlenko, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
5. Alexander Polyakov, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
6. Eleana Polyakova, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
7. Elijah Polyakov, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
8. Igor Kladov, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
9. Olga Kladova, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
10. Nelly Marfenko, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
11. Anatoly Marfenko, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
12. Oleg Sokur, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
13. Oksana Sokur, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
14. Alibek Iskarimov, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
15. Larisa Iskarimova, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
16. Yury Shepetov, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
17. Olga Shyrokyh, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
18. Nataly Shatalova, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
19. Nina Krynitskaya, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
20. Marine Sorokyna, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
21. Svetlana Guseva, local church in Kharkov, Ukraine.
22. Valery Orlov, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
23. Olga Orlova, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
24. Dana Orlova, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
25. Elijah Orlov, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
26. Liliya Orlova, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
27. Igor Chystyakov, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
28. Victoria Chystyakova, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
29. Katrine Chystyakova, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
30. Dmitry Kvach, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
31. Alina Kvach, local church in Rezekne, Latvia.
32. Alexander Savchenkov, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
33. Nina Savchenkova, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
34. Pavel Savchenkov, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
35. Irina Savchenkova, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
36. Vasily Andreev, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
37. Lyubov Andreeva, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
38. Darina Andreeva, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
39. Ekaterine Petuhova, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
40. Sergey Pogodyn, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
41. Nataly Pogodyna, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
42. Alexander Ratmyrov, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
43. Maria Ratmyrova, local church in Velikie Luki, Russia.
44. Alexey Tambovtsev, local church in Gus'-Khrustalny, Russia.
45. Dennis Khmelnytsky, local church in Tula, Russia.
46. Olga Ivlieva, local church in Tula, Russia.
47. Lyubov Polyakova, local church in Tula, Russia.
48. Tatyana Petrova, local church in Tula, Russia.
49. Sefgey Kobzev, local church in Tambov, Russia.
50. Irina Kobzeva, local church in Tambov, Russia.
51. Nadezda Vyazovova, local church in Tambov, Russia.
52. Alexander Taganov, local church in Tambov, Russia.
53. Alexey Taganov, local church in Tambov, Russia.
54. Lyudmila Taganova, local church in Tambov, Russia.
55. Karo Stepanyan, local church in Tambov, Russia.
56. Albina Menyavtseva, local church in Tambov, Russia.
57. Pavel Kyun, local church in Tambov, Russia.
58. Igor Suhanov, local church in Vladislovka, Ukraine.
59. Galina Suhanova, local church in Vladislovka, Ukraine.
60. Alyona Suhanova, local church in Vladislovka, Ukraine.
61. Irina Belyavskaya, local church in Vladislovka, Ukraine.
62. Tatyana Kuzminskaya, local church in Vladislovka, Ukraine.
63. Alexander Charusnikov, local church in Kemerovo, Russia.
64. Svetlana Charusnikova, local church in Kemerovo, Russia.
65. Nadezda Charusnikova, local church in Kemerovo, Russia.
66. Pheodor Beklemyshev, local church in Kemerovo, Russia.
67. Natalya Beklemysheva, local church in Kemerovo, Russia.
68. Alexey Morozov, local church in Rubeznoe, Ukraine.
69. Marina Morozova, local church in Rubeznoe, Ukraine.
70. Ruslan Golub, local church in Rubeznoe, Ukraine.
71. Natalya Golub, local church in Rubeznoe, Ukraine.
72. Eleana Sasova, local church in Rubeznoe, Ukraine.
73. Vadim Dedeyko, local church in Mirgorod, Ukraine.

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