Brothers & Sisters,
Oh Bride Tree, did not our hearts burn within us Sunday as He once again gathered us together from around the world to tell us,
“You’re going to form what’s known, to Me, as a Bride.”
“You will be part of Me. You’ll be My Bride.”
“My Life will be in your Body. Just like a husband and wife is one person, you and I are going to be One.”
“At that day you’ll know that I am in the Father, the Father in Me, and I in you, and you in Me.”
We are at the end of the third day. He has made Himself known and came right among us, and said, “Look at Me. I’m the same One. All I Am, I poured into Christ. All Christ was, I poured into the you. Now you and I are ONE.”
He promised us he would restore the years that the locust had eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpiller, and the palmerworm. He told us, you are my predestinated ones laying in the roots of the Tree.
All these things could not have taken place until this day. This is the day, this is the time, and we are His restored Bride Tree. Why this day?
They all got together, oh, amen, at the end of the third day.
And He has made that possible by shutting down the world, placing us in our homes so His Bride could come together from around the world and listen to His Stored Up Food on the third day.
The evening Light has come, and It is ripening the fruit at the top of the Tree and bringing forth His Bride with the same signs, same wonders, and the same fruits that they had at the beginning. I have restored saith The Lord.
How we want to become harnessed to That Word. No matter what the world says, no matter what anyone else thinks, we are yoked to This Word, This Message, these Tapes, and nothing else matters. We have sold all our other pearls, because we have found that great Pearl.
Let us come together again this Sunday at 1:00 P.M. Jeffersonville time and hear 63-0717 A Prisoner, as we dedicate ourselves to Him and become completely surrendered and yoked to Him with fetters of love. Let us tell Him from the depths of our heart:
‘Wherever You lead, I’ll follow, Lord.’ I’ll be a prisoner.”
Bro. Joseph Branham