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Does God Change His Word

08/29/2017
Seek The Truth Blog

Does God Change His Word:

One of the most common questions sent in to our website is, "Does God change his word?" We received another today.

Like many of the other statements sent to us, this is a programmed response to the conflict one of William Branham's cult victims face when stumbling onto the staggering amount of evidence against Branham's claims. In one of Branham's sermons designed to convince listeners that he was the return of Jesus Christ, he asked his listeners, "Does God change his mind about his Word?" (65-0427)

In this sermon, William Branham loosely used Bible text to support his claims. He walked his listeners through several subtopics to finally reach his main point: Jesus Christ is coming in the form of a "prophet". (This, after convincing his followers that he was, in fact, that "prophet.")

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Jesus said, in Saint Luke, the 17th chapter and the 30th verse, that, "As it was in the days of Noah." He told about Noah's time. And said, "As it was in the days of Sodom," see, His Coming, "so will it be in the days when the Son of man is being revealed." Now, He never said "the Son of God" being revealed. "The Son of man!" 169 Now, Jesus came in three names. Son of man, which is a prophet; Son of God, which went through the Church age; then Son of David. But in between the Son of God and Son of David, according to His Own Word, and according to Malachi 4 and many Scriptures, He's to return back into His Church, in physical form, in the people, in a... in human beings, in the way of being a prophet. See?
65-0427 - Does God Change His Mind
Rev. William Marrion Branham
http://table.branham.org

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This, he continued until his death. His followers believed that he was the return of Elijah of the Old Testament, and under Branham's theology, this "Elijah" was Jesus Christ.

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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.
65-1127B - Trying To Do God A Service Without It Being God's Will
Rev. William Marrion Branham
http://table.branham.org

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So the answer, to those who are asking: Does God change his mind?

That depends upon which "god." Apparently, William Branham's "god" allowed Leo Mercier to change his "word." (Which is why some of the seven (or 15) prophecies of 1933 (or 1932) have been removed or altered:

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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, and put them in papers. I'd like to read some things that I'd like for you to—to... This one first. I'd like to read something to you. 1932: (Listen to this.) As I was on my way...
60-1113 - Condemnation By Representation
Rev. William Marrion Branham
http://table.branham.org

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Example list of the alterations:
http://seekyethetruth.com/resources-basics-1933prophecies.aspx

More information about the history behind Branham's "Elijah" ministry:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072R1WRB8