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William Branham - Infidels of Change

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William Branham - Infidels of Change:

When I use the word "Message" to describe the mind control cult following of William Branham, I'm using the title given to the group as a whole by many of its members, promoted by William Branham himself. But most within the cult refer to Branham's sermons, collectively, as "the message." The cult calls themselves by the title of the sermons, because most believe those sermons to be the "literal" return of Jesus Christ.

But the Elijah of this day is the Lord Jesus Christ. He is to come according to Matthew the seventeen-... Luke 17:30, says the Son of man is to reveal Himself among His people. Not a man, God! But it'll come through a prophet.
Branham, 65-1127B

But while under the mind control, followers are programmed to believe that the entire collection of sermons are in perfect harmony with each other. Why not? They are the "literal" return of Jesus Christ? Would not Christ be in harmony with himself?

When cult followers stumble onto the differences in Branham's theology, new sects are formed. One sect, not realizing that Branham's doctrine conflicted cannot fellowship with another sect who is actually standing upon the "prophet's" words. While one group considers the other group "infidels," they are really more in agreement with them than they realize.

William Branham himself, through his recorded sermons, is no different. While calling another group an "infidel," he later became one of those "infidels."

"Many infidels say 'Jesus never did claim to be the Son of God.' He did there! He said, 'I am He that speaks with you!'"
- Branham, 60-0716

Then, throughout the end of his life, Branham repeatedly took the stance of the "infidels," suddenly claiming that Jesus did NOT refer to himself as the Son of God.

"Jesus never referred to Himself as the Son of God; He referred to Himself as the Son of man because the --the Scriptures cannot be broken."
- Branham, 64-0614

"Jesus never referred to Himself as Son of God. He referred to Himself, always, as Son of Man."
- branham, 64-0719

Cult followers must choose which sect of Branham's teaching they will adhere to. Will they choose to side with the "infidels," the ones Branham condemned for denying Christ referring to Himself as the Son of God and follow the latter part of his ministry? Or will they choose side with Branham, who initially condemned his own latter ministry as being a group of "infidels?"