Cult Pastor Claims Leader Is Vindicated Because Woman Has A Period:
In a recent sermon, Branham cult pastor Chad Lamb claimed that William Branham was being truthful because of a woman's period. Even though documented facts, government records, and William Branham's own sermons suggest otherwise, cult pastor Lamb claims that because the date of the event was 28, this event was an act of God rather than the result of the several month long missile testing that took place upwind. Was it?
Ironically, Irenaeus (whom Branham claimed to be a "Church Age Messenger" disagreed by describing this practice of "proof by numbers" as heresy.
This very thing, too, still further demonstrates their opinion false, and their fictitious system untenable, that they endeavour to bring forward proofs of it, sometimes through means of numbers and the syllables of names, sometimes also through the letter of syllables, and yet again through those numbers which are, according to the practice followed by the Greeks, contained in [different] letters—[this, I say,] demonstrates in the clearest manner their overthrow or confusion, as well as the untenable and perverse character of their [professed] knowledge.
- Irenaeus, "Against Heresies" http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/0103224.htm
Oddly, new vindication comes after many have CONFIRMED Branham's statements on alterations of the prophecies:
By the way, Mr. Mercier and many of them are going to take some of these old prophecies, and dig them out, and revise them a little, or bring them up to date
-- Branham, 60-1113 - Condemnation By Representation
Can we test prophets by offering proofs using number comparisons? Even if their prophecies have been altered by the "prophet" to match facts?
In case you missed it, below is a link to the portion of the sermon containing this claim about a woman's period: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQ7FG_239Ic#t=55m26s https://www.facebook.com/SeekYeTheTruth/photos/a.281312795303458.48697.214739791960759/816267281808004/?type=3