Voice of God Recordings Contradictions:
From themessage.com website FAQ's section:
"What is your statement of faith?
We would say that our "official" church doctrine would be the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Our statement of faith can be summarized like this: No creed but Christ; no law but love; no book but the Bible."
From Joseph Branham's speech at the Russia Minister's Meeting September 22, 2006 (as a representative of Voice of God Recordings:
"You believe that. Is this Message you absolute? If this Message is your absolute then we can fellowship with one another. If you have another absolute, if you take another man's idea, another man's thought, his interpretation, then we can't fellowship."
So which is it, Voice of God? Is the official church doctrine the Bible alone and Christ alone as stated in the new "outreach" website, or is it the message and William Branham? What is Voice of God's standard for fellowship?
Is it possible Voice of God believes one thing but is presenting something different in order to attract new unsuspecting followers? Why not state up-front that those who don't accept the message of William Branham are not welcome in fellowship?
1 John 1:7
But if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin.