The Seven Seals  by William M. Branham

Chapter 9: Questions And Answers On The Seals 63-0324M (Continued)

Day 111


411  [Brother Branham and the ministers pray for the sick—Ed.] In the Name of the Lord Jesus… I lay my hands, in the Name of the Lord Jesus, on my brother. In the Name of the Lord Jesus, I lay my hands… God, grant it to my sister, Rosella, in Jesus' Name. In the Name of Jesus Christ…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ, I lay hands… You stay; watch that till the line ends. In the Name of the Lord Jesus… Remember, He's humble. Humbly come. [Brother Branham's words are not all distinguishable while praying for the sick—Ed.] In the Name of Jesus Christ…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ, I lay my hands…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ, heal…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ…?… In Jesus' Name, receive your healing. In Jesus' Name, receive your healing. In the Name of Jesus Christ receive your healing…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ, be healed. God, in the Name of Jesus Christ, may our sister be healed. In the Name of Jesus, may the child be healed. Glory to God. [Prayer line continues—Ed.]
414  [Blank.spot.on.tape. Brother Billy Paul Branham steps to the microphone and directs the people who are to be in the prayer line—Ed.] [Brother Branham's words are not all distinguishable. Prayer line continues—Ed.] May this request be granted, in Jesus' Name. God bless you. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, Brother Mitchell. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, my brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive the healing. Receive healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive healing, sister. Receive healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, my sister. Receive healing, brother. Receive your healing, sister…?… Receive your healing, sister…?… Receive your healing, brother. Receive your healing. Receive your healing, brother…?… Receive your healing, sister…?… Receive your healing from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing. Receive healing, sister…?…, from Jesus Christ. Receive healing. Receive healing…?… Receive healing, my brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive healing. Receive healing, sister…?… Receive the healing, in Jesus Christ's Name. Receive the healing, in Jesus' Name. Amen. Receive healing. Receive healing. Receive your healing. Receive your healing. Receive your healing from Jesus Christ.
416  [Brother Billy Paul Branham steps to the microphone and says, "Anybody else want in the prayer line? Would you get in, please. If there's anybody else want in the prayer line, would you get in, please."—Ed.] Receive your healing, my brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, Sister Wood, from the hand of Jesus Christ. Receive your healing…?… Receive healing…?… in the Name of Jesus Christ. Receive healing, Sister Roberson, by the hand of Jesus Christ. Receive healing, my brother, by the hand of Jesus Christ. Receive healing, Sister Neville from the hand of Jesus Christ. In the Name of Jesus Christ, receive your healing. Heal him, in the Name of Jesus Christ. Receive healing, Sister…?… Receive your healing, son, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, sister, from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Brother Weerts, receive your healing, brother, from Jesus Christ. Sister, receive your healing from Jesus Christ. Receive your healing, Brother…?… Brother, by the Name of Jesus Christ, receive…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord, receive your healing. In the Name of Jesus Christ, receive your healing, my brother. In the Name of Jesus Christ…?… In the Name of Jesus Christ, receive your healing, sister. In the Name of Jesus Christ…?…
419  [Brother Billy Paul Branham steps to the microphone and says, "Is that all that wanted to be prayed for now?"—Ed.] [Brother Lee Vayle speaks to Brother Branham—Ed.] May the hand of the Lord Jesus grant to you, Brother Vayle, this request for your loved one, in Jesus' Name. [Brother Billy Paul Branham speaks to Brother Branham—Ed.] Billy Paul, as many cards as you've give out, now receive your healing, in the Name of Jesus Christ. The great Physician now is near, The sympathizing Jesus, He speaks the drooping heart to cheer, Oh, hear the voice of Jesus. All together. Sweetest Name in seraph song, Sweetest Name on mortal tongue, Sweetest carol ever sung, God, upon this lovely little couple that's brought forth, in the world, one of the…?… May they receive their request, Lord in the Name of Jesus Christ. …?… of Jesus Christ, may our sister's person that she has on her mind right now, may the power of God go with that request. May she be delivered. Grant it, Lord. Amen. Lord God, in Jesus' Name, grant this man's request. I pray for him, Lord with my prayer. Amen.
425  Oh, isn't this wonderful. I believe that if every person that come by here this morning, under this tremendous anointing, I—I believe if you'll just… Now, don't look up for some great big something. Just remember the simple thing of believing what He promised. Now, let's all say it together. We [Congregation says, "We"—Ed.] do not look ["do not look"—Ed.] for something big. ["for something big."—Ed.] But in Jesus' Name ["But in Jesus' Name,"—Ed.], we receive His promise. ["we receive His promise."—Ed.] That settles it. That makes it over…?… [Congregation rejoices—Ed.] Amen.   
Chapter 10: The Seventh Seal 63-0324E
 1  Thank you, brother. While we remain standing, let's pray. Almighty God, Author of Life and Giver of all good spiritual gifts, we are indeed grateful now for this most marvelous outstanding, a time of fellowship in—in Your Presence. Marks a great highlight in our lives, Lord, a time that we'll never forget no matter how long we should stay. And we pray, God, that on this closing night… We are noticing the Scripture on the closing day of the feast, Jesus stood among them and cried out, "If any man thirst, let him come to Me,"… And I pray, heavenly Father, that that'll repeat again tonight that we could hear the Voice of our Lord calling us, and calling us into—to service for Him, closer walks. We feel that we've heard His voice already in the opening of these Seals, speaking that it's the last day, and the time is at hand. Grant these blessings that we ask for, Father, in Jesus Christ's Name and for His glory. Amen. Be seated.
3  I'd like to add this, that of all the services I've ever had in my life, I believe this week has been the most glorious time of all my life in services. No matter what I have… I've seen great miracles performed, of course, before in healing services, but this is beyond that. It's been one of the great times, highlights of my life is to be here; and seeing the little Tabernacle take on this different look. Not only that, but the inside has taken on a different look… And now, I was asking Billy… He was so long about coming, getting me. He said there'd been another group baptized (which it runs over a hundred) this week, of people being baptized in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ; so we are—are thankful, and God bless you. And now, if you do not have a church home, we invite you here to come and fellowship with us. Just remember that the church is open. We are no denomination, and I hope and trust that it'll never be a denomination, just a fellowship where men and women and boys and girls meet around the table of God, and fellowship around the Word and we have all things in common.
6  Now, we have a wonderful pastor, a real man of God; and I'm so thankful for that. And if you'll remember a vision a year ago, that food was stored up in the place; and that's exactly right. And we're—we have the place now adequate for the Sunday school classes for all the ages, and—and we're just very grateful for this opportunity. Someone had said sometime, if they would just have Sunday school classes where they could send their children. You… They got them now, so now, so you just come right on and be with us if you don't have a church home. 'Course, if you have a good church where you're going to, and preaches the Gospel, so forth, why, that's—that's just an—another group of us (You see?) somewhere else; but if you have no home and you're…
9  I understand that several had—has moved in from other parts of the country to make this their church home, and we certainly welcome you here to the Word of the Lord. And I remember… I guess, when I left I told you that—that the services, as far as I was concerned, would be here at the Tabernacle. I don't know yet what all the Lord has for me in future. I—I trust that to His hand (not some superstition or anything); I just wait day by day for Him to lead me into the place to where I could be of better service for Him. And when He's finished with me, then I'll trust that He will receive me home in peace.