Return Ministry ? : An Answer from Grace Covenant Church
The following is in response to the belief and doctrine that William Branham is to resurrect and finish his Ministry before the Rapture. Grace Covenant Church speaks and publishes their disapproval of this belief of a private resurrection for William Marrion Branham. : HomePage   
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Sections taken from : Damnable Heresies Book 4
DOCTRINAL DIVISION NO.1 : William Branham : Return Ministry
(Heretical Article No. 36)

The first doctrinal division out of these five, I will identify. There was a group that so believed Brother Branham and the third part of his ministry to be fulfilled, that when he died they brought up a resurrection doctrine immediately. That was the first doctrine that went out. Do you know why they brought that up? Do you know why they brought up a resurrection doctrine? Because they had believed that the ministry of Brother Branham was oncompleted. The White Horse was supposed to ride and the White Eagle was supposed to fly. Don't you see what I am saying? And a Bride's Revival was supposed to be, and Speak the Word ministry was supposed to be demonstrated.

So now, that took a course that involved prominent men, great men, some elected children. On account of that doctrine, people went down to his grave on Easter Sunday hoping for his resurrection. That was a main stream of doctrine. Now, I am saying again, why was a resurrection doctrine made? It was made because they believed that Brother Branham's Ministry was incompleted, and those things were to be fulfilled including the Seven Thunders Revelation, and those things were to be fulfilled, when he comes back from the grave in a private resurrection. As the years passed by, this doctrine was changed to forty days before the Rapture.

"The Bride is awaiting the resurrection Of Brother Branham Who will come forth in his new ministry, the third pull and the seven thunders for the rapture of the church and to give a last witness to lost souls."

John 5:28 - "Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice."

2Timothy 2:15 - 18 - "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. But shun profane and vain babblings: for they will increase unto more ungodliness. And their word will eat as doth a canker: of whom is Hymenaeus and Philetus; Who concerning the truth have erred, saying that the resurrection is past already; and overthrow the faith of some."

This doctrine is contrary to the Word of God and the holiness message of William Branham, God's Elijah of Malachi 4:5&6. What gave rise to this heretical Resurrection doctrine is the fact that the Ministry of William Branham was incomplete even as Moses did not complete his mission. His unfinished Ministry included the Tent Vision, the White Horse rider, the white eagle, the third pull, the Joshua Commission, the revealing of the seven thunders and other Visions. Many arose having this unscriptural Resurrection vision. This New Ministry also concerns, the Vision of the 'dark people' in Old Mexico, Three hundred thousand souls to be saved in Durban, South Africa and the Vision of having one of the greatest meetings in India since Pentecost.

Immediately after the death and even before he was buried there arose rumors and speculations that Brother Branham will arise from the dead to fulfill his unfinished ministry. These rumors and speculations conceived, were propagated by several people. Some expected his resurrection in three days, others in forty days and some on Easter Sunday of 1966, and in the years that followed, especially 1977, and continued up to date. It was rumored that an airplane painted white which was supposed to be the White Eagle and White Horse, awaited the resurrection of Brother Branham to fly him around the World. Likewise a great tent was said to be prepared in which he would conduct his meetings thus fulfilling the Tent Vision. He was expected to bring back from the grave the secret of total redemption , rapturing faith and power of translation for the rapture. He was to come back with the revelation of the Seventh Seal since it was the resurrection seal that held the seven thunders for rapturing faith. Since the Third Pull is the same Ministry, the “Speak the Word” Ministry is to be demonstrated in its fullness and witness to the total lost. Meanwhile the Bride awaits the resurrection of the Prophet, he is witnessing to the Souls in Prison, in the regions of the lost, even like Christ did before his resurrection. (Peter 3).

Some who embraced this doctrine of a private resurrection for Brother Branham abandoned their beliefs after three days and forty days respectively. Others, who continued, expected his resurrection at Easter Sunday of each year, even congregating at his grave during that time.

One of the persons to project such a doctrine of the resurrection of Brother Branham to continue his Ministry was a 'learned theologian', close to him, who edited and compiled the “Exposition of the Seven Church Ages” Book.

Quoting from "Acts of the Prophet" by Pearry Green: "Brother Branham had spoken highly of Brother Vayle and had even said that if you wanted to know what he believed, just ask Brother Vayle. He stands as a beacon to Brother Branham's message, shedding light from the Scriptures. It was midnight when I arrived at Brother Vayle's room and got him out of bed. I implored him to help me understand. "I'm just like you," he answered, "I don't understand either." he went over the visions, including the tent vision. "Unless God has cut the work short," he said, "He's got to rise." (Last Moments, page 155)

The writer of the "Acts of the Prophet" also believed in the resurrection of William Branham and even indicated in the affirmative to the United Press International (UPI), Louisville. Quoting a telephone conversation between the writer and a representative of the UPI.

"Aren't you people expecting William Branham to rise on Easter morning?" The bluntness of his question shook me a little, but I managed a careful answer, "Well sir, there may be some that believe that. What faith are you? "Baptist," came the reply. "Don't you believe in the resurrection?" I countered. "Don't you believe in the second coming of the Lord?" "Yes sir," he admitted. "Well, so do we," I said. His next question was designed to put words in my mouth, "Do you think it could take place in the morning?" "Sir, I said innocently, "I wouldn't be a bit surprised when it would happen." (Page 163-164)

" At each stage of the journey, I found myself as close to the prophet's head as I could be, expecting that at any moment he would whisper to me, "Brother Green, get me out of here!" (Page 152)

"Truthfully, I did not expect Brother Branham to be there when I returned." (Page 153)

"Each moment I expected the hear that prophet say, "Brother Green, get me out of here." It was cold and lonely in that warehouse. Thoughts raced through my mind, questions, more questions, ... now what? Again the faithful Word came to my rescue: "Though one rise from the dead, they would not believe." After all, what would I do if he were to speak to me? Would anyone believe me if he did arise? Would Brother Billy Paul believe me? Would Brother Borders believe me? Or would they all blame me if the body was to turn up missing? At that time, I felt to ask the Lord whether I was being shown that he was to come forth with all the dead in Christ. Then I said, "Lord, don't let him rise here with just me. Wait until there are witnesses." (Page 154)

From the death of Brother Branham until now, many years have passed and we are uncertain of their beliefs. We cannot say if they have abandoned such belief or if they still hold on to it. We state what was said in the Book, "Acts Of The Prophet", written by Pearry Green.

Many private resurrection believers changed their doctrine to the first resurrection, thirty to thirty-five days before the rapture. Since there is no Scripture for a private resurrection and their Easter expectations failed over the decades and resulted in many rejecting the Message, and returning to Organizations and the World.

1977 was a year of great expectation for such misguided souls. Since in their conception they magnified the predictions of Brother Branham concerning that year and treated it as prophecy. Brother Branham nor the Lord Jesus Christ returned, though some claimed to have seen the Prophet in a resurrected form and felt him in his 'parousia' (presence) at his grave and secret chambers. While many believers are outspoken upon this doctrine, other secretly believe it, testify, witness and preach it in a most subtle manner.

A 'Quotation Book' was published in the 1970's by Robert Moore a former believer of the Message of Malachi 4:5&6. The intention and purpose of the book was never expressed and was certainly unclear to many believers of the Message. However the subject was carefully arranged to show the New Ministry of Brother Branham and its incompletion, and the necessity of the promised fulfillment of all prophecies, visions, dreams and Scriptures that pertains to the third phase of Brother Branham's Ministry. Great patience was exercised to make the topical index of the quotation book. The major subjects referred to those items that makes up the third phase of Brother Branham's Ministry. Then in a noticeable manner, on Index page one, is the subject "Branham", William Departure (1965) and "RETURN", which refers to future activities of the prophet in his New Ministry.

Robert Moore of Arizona employed quotations from more that five hundred and seventy taped Messages in his fantastic work, but his strongest indication of the fulfillment of the unfinished Ministry of Brother Branham is his return. Yet he did not commit himself openly to the resurrection doctrine. It is regrettable to state that Robert Moore (deceased), rejected the Prophet and his Message and supported Baptist organizations in writing against him and his Ministry (The Healer-Prophet, William Marrion Branham --- C. Douglas Weaver).

This poor deluded man deceived by Satan through his own interpretations and expectations suffered great disappointment. May his soul threatening and fatal mistake be a warning to all interpreters of the fulfillment of the third phase of Brother Branham's Ministry which is actually the ministry of Christ fulfilled through His Bride. Since Mr. Moore did not emphasize Joseph Branham, nor himself or another as the fulfillment of Christ's Ministry and evidently ignored its fulfillment by the end time Bride, he can be safely placed into the first division of the Message, the heresy of the resurrection of Brother Branham.

Secret believers of the resurrection heresy plant their seeds and pass on their spirit of unbelief and idolatry in a most subtle and crafty method as seen displayed in the Index of Mr. Moore's book of quotations. From behind the most popular Pulpits and from the lips of most popular men, influential Preachers and great orators, speaking in the affirmative, they emphasize the visions, dreams and prophecies, which pertains to the third phase of the Ministry of Christ. This they do in indication of the person of William Branham as the only fulfillment of that Ministry since he was ordained to fulfill the Scripture of Malachi 4:5&6, Revelation 3:14-22, 10:7, etc. The spirit of idolatry has blinded the eyes of elected children of God that they cannot divide the Ministry from the man. The man is gone home, but the Ministry continues since it is Christ's Ministry.

There is no Scriptural basis for this heresy, but a few misrepresented quotations are employed to secretly believe this heresy or publicly preach it. Quote:

"That same Voice that shall sound when the dead in Christ arise, "For the trumpet... "The trumpet! What is a trumpet? The Voice of Christ, the same One that turned and summoned him up. He heard the Voice like a trumpet. Now He said, "Come up hither!" See how the resurrection will be? It'll be in a moment, in a twinkling of an eye. That clear sounding Voice, and He'll summons the Church, for He's come out of it. That great summonsing Voice! God, help me to hear It that day. As I've often said... I know, as a mortal, Rodney, I know that there's a big dark door setting before me, it's called death. Everytime my heart beats, I'm one beat closer to that door. Some of these days I got to go into it. But I don't want to go in like a coward, screaming and hollering. I want to go in there, wrapping myself in the robes of His righteousness, and know this, that I know Him in the power of His resurrection; that someday when He calls, I'll come out from among the dead." (Revelation, Chapter Four, part 1, page 577-578).

The above quotations are used out of context and are misplaced and misunderstood. They were grouped together to formulate, project and indicate a resurrection doctrine but the very quotations used to support a private resurrection of Brother Branham contradicts that doctrine.

"I said, 'Look Billy, one of these days you ain't gonna have no daddy to take care of you; Daddy's going to be gone. One of these mornings you'll come in the room and look; perhaps Daddy'll be laying there, and you'll shake him, but he won't wake. I said, 'Then they'll haul me down to this little ol' church in a box. You'll pass by, this handkerchief in your hand, crying. Look down, "There' a member Billy, I've always been an early riser!" Hallelujah! Let the trumpet sound. I'll come forth in the first resurrection. I believe in rising early!” (Uncertain Sound. Jeff. Ind. 07/31/55)

"Rising early" does not in the least indicate that he is coming up out of the grave before the rest of the Saints, he specified that the trumpet must sound and he will come forth in the first resurrection. When the great trumpet sounds all the dead in Christ shall rise, including Brother Branham. 1Thess 4:16

"When he calls I will come out from among the dead.” (Revelation Chapter Four)He expects to hear that voice at the time of the first resurrection.

"God help me to hear it that day.” (Revelation Chapter Four) John 5:28 - "Marvel not at this; for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice."

"How many is here that's associated with the Tabernacle, let's see your hands? Everywhere. My, I 'm sure - we're sure glad to have you. This is the closest meeting I've been to Indiana for quite a while. Thinking about coming back pretty soon and putting up a tent and having those seven last trumpets, the Lord willing." (Spiritual Amnesia, Birmingham, Ala., 4/11/64)

"I'd like to get a place sometime, the Lord willing, when the tent comes on the scene... and I believe that's soon now. I'll soon go on a worldwide; I got a world wide meetings coming now. And I - I'd like to get a place where I could just set down for about six weeks and just take those things and go through them (you see), back and forth through the Scripture." (Testimony, Shrevport, La., 11/28/63) "And somehow or another, Lord, it may be You're driving us to that tent, to make that vision fulfill. (Ashamed of Him, page 18, Jeff. Ind. 07/11/65)

"And then I'm here to get the trustees together. I'm kinda getting put out of all this turning me down on place to hold a meeting when I'm feeling led to do it. So I think I'm going to ask them if we just can't get out tent and - and put it up and just stay there, and, you know. Get out here in the ball park or out on a farm and move it from place to place just as the Lord will lead. And I feel that that's what He' s going to do. You know there's a vision concerning that. And I think that maybe the reason this happens... Now you know, a lot of times we think it's horrible because certain things happen, but you know, that might be God (see?) driving you into these things. When He said it, He'll do it." (Doing God A Service Without His Will, page 5, Jeff. Ind. 07/18/65)

The Tent Vision of the Prophet, his part played out in it, his great expectations and desire for its fulfillment to go Worldwide with Speak the Word power, and his promises to many churches to return and preach to them for weeks (made up to 1965), weeks before his departure, is a great stumbling block to believers of this heresy since they cannot divide by revelation the man from the Ministry. His "Moses" Ministry as well as his "Elijah" Ministry is completed but his "Christ" Ministry lives on and will continue in the Bride to fulfill this vision with other dreams, visions and prophecies.

"From a little group of the true seed of the Word, God will present Christ with a beloved bride. She is a virgin of His Word. She is a virgin because she knows no man-made creeds or dogmas. By and through the members of the bride will be fulfilled all that was promised of God to be made manifest in the virgin." (Church Age Book. Page 171)

"The bride has the mind of Christ for she knows what He wants done with the Word. She performs the command of the Word in His name for she has "thus saith the Lord." Then the Word is quickened by the Spirit and it comes to pass. Like a seed that is planted and watered, it comes to full harvest, serving its purpose. Those in the bride do only His will. No one can make them do otherwise. They have 'thus saith the Lord' or they keep still. They know that it has to be God in them doing the works, fulfilling His own Word. He did not complete all His work while in His earthly ministry so now He works in and through the bride. She knows that, for it was not yet time for Him to do certain things that He must now do. But He will now fulfill through the bride that work which He left for this specific time."(Church Age Book. Page 172)

While it is complimentary that sincere Ministers and believers that loves the Ministry of Malachi 4, can hold on to the promises of God, termed the New Ministry of Brother Branham, it is gross error, heresy and idolatry to presume that the Prophet must be present in a bodily form, by a private resurrection of the first resurrection, for the fulfillment of such promises. There is no place in Scripture where God ever resurrect a Prophet to fulfill his incomplete mission and Ministry, but He used other men to fulfill promises made to such Prophets and God has not changed His Scriptural order in this last day Ministry of Christ. But like it was in the day when the Son of Man was revealed in his first coming so is it today when he is revealed in his second coming (Luke 17:30). Some by a resurrection doctrine presumed that Jesus, the Son of Man was John the Baptist risen from the dead. (Matthew 16). They lacked a revelation of Christ but Peter who was not bewitched by that heresy had a revelation that the Ministry of Malachi 3 was all summed up in Christ and His Bride.

To believe such a doctrine is to limit God to the flesh of the Prophet which equals idolatry. God's hands was not tied to the flesh of Abraham when he promised him the Land of Caanan, he did not have to resurrect him for the fulfillment of that promise.

Galatians 3:16 - "Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ.

The Promise passed on to Isaac and Jacob. All three Prophets died and received not the Promise though it was specified to Abraham, and all his seed. However the Promise was sure unto the seed. (Galatians 3) Likewise it is sure unto the true seed Bride.

This heresy is full of unbelief even as the heresies which made the second main divisional doctrine, propagating that all is over, and all was in Brother Branham, the only difference is that he went to the grave with “all”, and must return with it before the Church would accomplish anything.

This heresy under disguise of faith in all the promises of God, and pretensions of saying only what the Prophet said, believing it just the way he spoke it, and assuming that is the Word Test that the elect must pass to qualify for the rapture is destructive. It has overthrown the faith of many by setting dates for the resurrection of the Prophet, which never came to pass. Some said it is already past, even as Hymenaeus and Philetus whom Paul resisted for overthrowing the faith of many. (2Timothy 15-18).

This is a dead doctrine of the dead, hoping and believing for the fulfillment of God's promises by waiting on the dead. It is idolatry, man worship and limiting God to the flesh. On the contrary Scripture speaks of the dead waiting on us, the end time Bride. "God having provided some better things for us, that they without us should not be made perfect." (Hebrews 11:40) We are not waiting upon the resurrection of the Prophet for our perfection but he with the rest of the dead are waiting upon us.

The Bride is perfected, adopted sons are manifested and she has all that she needs for the rest of her journey before the first resurrection. She is waiting on the adoption to wit the redemption of the body, not the resurrection for her Ministry and perfection.

Romans 8:23 - "And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body."

Romans 8:19-22, bears out that the whole creation is awaiting on the manifestation of the Sons of God. Not one Son of God, William Branham, because he himself is awaiting the manifestation of the Sons of God and the adoption of the Church, to wit, the redemption of his body.

Therefore upon the basis of God's Word, it is dumb spiritual ignorance to assume the Prophet must come back in the first resurrection for the perfection of the Bride by his New Ministry of the Third Pull and Seven Thunders.

To further prove by the Word and Message of Malachi 4, that the resurrection doctrine is heresy, inspired from the darkest abyss of hell, we are taught by the Messenger that when the last soul comes into the Body of Christ the blood leaves the Mercy Seat, the Gospel is turned to the Jews and the first resurrection takes place. If the Prophet is at that time coming to fulfill the third phase of his Ministry, of healing by the Spoken Word, souls to be saved in Africa, three hundred thousand in India and many in other places how can he do so without the blood upon the Mercy Seat? He cannot, because the Covenant is not in effect. His resurrection then will serve no purpose to believers of this damnable heresy. Therefore Beloved Brethren, deceived of Satan, repent of this idolatry, "Cease ye from man whose breath is in his nostril." Listen to the sound doctrine of Abraham when he corrected the rich man in hell, when he tried to preach his resurrection doctrine to Father Abraham.

Luke 16:31 - "And he said unto him, if they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead."

The rich man's idea seemed good in his eyes, even like this resurrection heresy fit the intellectualism of prominent men in high places but its not of God. Abraham said it would not persuade the unbelievers though one rose from the dead. If "Moses" and "Elijah's" Ministry did not persuade men to believe God's Word, neither will they be persuaded though he comes from the dead.

A private resurrection is much more sensible than the Prophet coming back in the first resurrection to continue his Ministry, nevertheless both are unscriptural and completely off the Message of Malachi 4:5-6. There are only five resurrections that was prophesied in the Scripture, two were fulfilled in Scriptures, three more are yet to be fulfilled.

Firstly - Our Lord Jesus Christ was the only Prophet that returned from the dead to fulfill his ministry and yet that was accomplished by his spirit anointing the church and his messengers through out the seven church ages because he was the sinless son of God born by the immaculate conception and it was prophesied of him that his soul should not be left in hell nor his body see corruption. Thus he said, "I have power to lay down my life and power to take it up again."

Psalms 16:10 - "For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption." Psalms 49:15 - "But God will redeem my soul from the power of the grave: for he shall receive me. Selah." John 10:17-18 - "Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I might take it again. No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment have I received of my Father."

There is no Scripture to indicate and there is no promise made about any other Prophet to come back from the dead to preach the Gospel or fulfill any Ministry whatsoever.

This heresy claims that William Branham will rise to continue his Ministry. Having a careful study into the Word from Genesis to Revelation, there is no promise anywhere stated, implied or indicated even in the smallest measure in the Word where there is a promise that the seventh angel is to resurrect in any private resurrection to fulfill any ministry. No one (prophet) ever came back and for William Branham to come it will break every shadow and type in Scripture. No one can show us that. We challenge you to do so and you cannot!

A study of the messages preached by Brother Branham does not support such a claim. No part of the message and no quotations of the messages can be found to support or indicate that there is a promise of a private resurrection of Brother Branham. Such power was not invested by God in any other Prophet, nor was it prophesied of them to arise in any resurrection to complete any unfulfilled Ministry. Brother Branham never elevated himself in any of his hundreds of Messages, to have such power as to lay down his life and to take it up again, and neither did he do it to any man personally. He knew from Scriptures that, that power belonged to the Lord Jesus Christ. It will be unscriptural for him to claim such power. No where in the Messages did he say that he was coming back in any kind of Ministry. There is no indication anywhere that when he die he will return to fulfill his unfinished Ministry of The Third Pull, Joshua Commission, to Ride the Trail again and such like. On the contrary, he said, "When I leave you, I'll be leaving for good." (Revelation of the Seven Seals, page 567)

To believe such an erroneous doctrine that Brother Branham must resurrect from the grave to continue his Ministry that is unfulfilled, is idolatry. These heretics are looking to the arms of flesh, thinking that all was in William Branham and God cannot work through the church.

Secondly - The resurrection of the Old Testament Saints.

Ephesians 4: 8-10 - "Wherefore he saith, When he ascended up on high, he led captivity captive, and gave gifts unto men. (Now that he ascended, what is it but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the earth? He that descended is the same also that ascended up far above all heavens, that he might fill all things.)" Matthew 27:51-53 - "And, behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom; and the earth did quake, and the rocks rent; And the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints which slept arose, And came out of the graves after his resurrection, and went into the holy city, and appeared unto many."

Thirdly - The Bride of Jesus Christ. The first resurrection. 1Thessalonians 4:16 - "For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first."

1Corinthians 15:52 - "In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible and we shall be changed." Revelation 20:6 - "Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years."

Fourthly - The Two Witnesses to the Jews. (Revelation 11: 7-12).

Fifthly - Second Resurrection of just and unjust. Daniel 12: 2 - "And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt."

Revelation 20:12 - "And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened and another book was opened which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works." This doctrine is not only erroneous and idolatrous but also heretical and of the antichrist. This doctrine have overthrown the faith of many here in Trinidad and in the USA where it originated even among the great names of message believers who wrote books to prove that William Branham will be resurrected from the grave. Projectors of this damnable heresy are like Philetus and Hymenaeus. Philetus was a person condemned by Brother Paul for error regarding the resurrection and Hymenaeus had fallen into many errors and was excommunicated by Brother Paul. One of his errors was concerning the resurrection.

The Lord never used the dead, he always used the living. Notice that when Elijah the prophet died, he did not come back to preach or to continue his ministry but the spirit that anointed him came upon another man, -Elisha the prophet, who was alive. So to, the spirit of Elijah fell on John the Baptist, a living person. Now after two thousand years at the end of the Laodicean church age, Elijah the person that was dead did not rise from the grave to fulfill Malachi 4:5&6 but the spirit that was upon him anointed William Branham, a living person. When Elijah comes to the Jews he would not be the resurrection of those Prophets, -Elijah, Elisha and John, nor will it be Brother Branham, but he will be a man anointed by the Spirit of Elijah which totals five comings of Elijah. If Brother Branham comes back from the grave to continue his Ministry that will make it six comings of Elijah. There is no prophecy of a sixth coming of Elijah, and all five comings are perfectly recorded in Scripture, four comings are fulfilled and the fifth coming is prophecy to be fulfilled (Revelation 11).

When the two witnesses to the Jews were martyred and resurrected by the Lord they ascended into heaven and did not return to continue any kind of Ministry. None of the men anointed by the Spirit of Elijah who died ever returned to continue their Ministries in their physical resurrected bodies; nor will Brother Branham come back to continue Christ's Ministry, but the Elijah Spirit that rested upon him will rest upon a Jewish Prophet by the pre-ordination of God. (Revelation 11)

With all love and respect to all elected Sons and Daughters of God and Ministers of Christ, who are bewitched by this heresy, I declare this doctrine Satanic, heretical, off the Word and Message of Malachi 4, and I call you to repentance. There is room at the Cross for you. I further challenge the Message World, Ministers and intellectual giants to disprove what I have written by the Word and Message of the Prophet. You are under sworn obligation to prove me wrong or repent and also tell those under your Ministry that this Exposition is of God. Amen! : HomePage