The Prophetic Messages of W. M. Branham 1947-1965 MP3 Format. Brother William Branham was the prophesied prophet-messenger sent by the Lord Jesus to get us ready for the Rapture (Revelation 10. 7, Malachi 4. 5).
Click the following link to go to the W. M. Branham Prophetic Messages Page:
For the Revelation Series only (Brother Branham’s inspired teaching on The Book of Revelation): Link to the W. M. Branham Revelation Series MP3 Format (left-click here).
There were three great prophets, Church-Age messengers, to the Gentile Bride of the latter days: Martin Luther, preaching Justification (watch FLV video of Luther’s life here), John Wesley, preaching Sanctification (watch FLV video of Wesley’s life here), and Brother William Branham, preaching the restoration of the gifts of the Spirit (watch WMV video of Brother Branham’s testimony and ministry here). Without these truths of divine Restoration revealed through that last Church-Age Prophet-Messenger, the Elijah of Malachi 4, Brother William Branham, you will be unprepared to receive the Fourth Messenger, not now a Church-Age messenger, but a messenger of Life and Righteousness, that promised great prophet, who will lead the Bride up in the Rapture in this last Capstone move (for details listen to Brother Branham’s message [Windows Media WMA] Restoration of The Bride Tree). This fulfills the Scripture Micah 5. 5-6: “5 And this man [the Messiah Jesus, see Michah 5. 2 and Matthew 2. 6] shall be the peace, when the Assyrian [that is Nimrod of Assyria, the first king of Babylon, typing the Babylonian Antichrist] shall come into our land: and when he shall tread in our palaces, then shall we raise against him seven shepherds, and eight principal men. 6 And they shall waste the land of Assyria with the sword, and the land of Nimrod in the entrances thereof: thus shall he deliver us from the Assyrian, when he cometh into our land, and when he treadeth within our borders.” Note: SEVEN SHEPHERDS [PASTORS, CHURCH AGE MESSENGERS], AND EIGHT PRINCIPAL MEN. The 7 Messengers were principal men AND pastors, but the EIGHTH AND LAST IS A PRINCIPAL MAN ONLY, NOT A PASTOR.