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The Forerunner Of
The Second Coming Of Our Lord Jesus Christ

God's Pattern! God's Promise! God's Choice! Our Need!
A Prophet To The Gentiles

I have no more to do with it than nothing, no more than just a voice ...I wasn't the One that appeared down on the river; I was only standing there when He appeared. I'm not the One that performs these things and foretells these things that happens as perfect as they are; I'm only one that's near when He does it. .....It wasn't the seventh angel - it was a manifestation of the Son of man. It wasn't, the angel, his Message; it was the mystery that God unfolded. William Branham - July 25, 1965m.

"Believe in the LORD your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper." 2nd Chron. 20:20.


"Then opened He their understanding, that they might understand the Scriptures." Luke 24:45.

May our Lord Jesus, by His Grace, open YOUR understanding to understand the Scriptures. The subject material covered in these pages is of tremendous importance for this "End-time" generation. If we consider ourselves to be among those who are waiting for "the Blessed Hope", the Second Coming of our Lovely Lord Jesus Christ, then we must needs be aware of the prophecy that God has fulfilled and continues to fulfill, pointing us to the Glorious Second Coming {for His Bride), the Resurrection of the 'dead in Christ' and the Rapture of His faithful living Saints.

That which the Word of God has to say about "this age" affects our highest spiritual interests and eternal welfare. It demands that we whole-heartedly and unreservedly accept the Revelation ordained for this generation and walk in that measure of Scriptural Light that God has revealed to you. And without a doubt it will require a spiritual mind and revelation by the Holy Spirit to recognize and act on the Truth contained in this discussion.

To further understand our subject, we must be able to recognize how the unchanging God reveals and brings His Word to pass. He does all things decently and in order, and that order is laid out in the Bible. It reveals God's nature, character and methods of dealing with man. If we can recognize what God has done and is doing in this age, then make no mistake about it, we would have recognized what God did in the days of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Elijah, John the Baptist, etc.

God forbid that we would be found guilty of praising God for what He has done and what He will do, BUT ignoring what He is doing.

The subject of these pages will of course meet with a decidedly mixed reception. Man is accustomed to speaking of God only in terms of the past or the future and not the present. They are definite about the 'past' and feel positive about the 'future' but only speak in 'general terms' about God in the 'present' - not able to recognize the "revealing" of the Son of Man or the "awakening" of the Bride of Christ in their day.

With a "so far faith" many are able to look into the Bible and see Scripture fulfilled from Luke 17:26 to Luke 17:29, but NOT able to see the fulfillment of Luke 17:30. They will readily acknowledge that the hour in which we live is like unto the "days" of Sodom and Gomorrah and the "days" of Noah, but they are not able to recognize the "revealing of the Son of Man" (Luke 17:30) in and through the ministry of "A Prophet To The Gentiles".

Concerning the "Days of Noah" the Bible says:

And as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of man. They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all.

Concerning the "Days of Lot" the Bible says:

Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot; they did eat, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they builded; But the same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven, and destroyed [them] all.

Jesus climaxed this prophecy of His Coming FOR His Bride with these words in Luke 17:30: " Even thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed." In Luke 18:8 - further highlighting the spiritual condition of the church at the time of His Second Coming, Jesus said: ".....Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?" The "Faith" referred to here is "belief in the whole body of revealed Truth".

Of course, some readers will have their minds already made up and no amount of persuasion or Scriptural proof will turn them into the path of Truth. Either a particular church or their own private revelation is their "absolute" over and above the Word of God. Yet, others, with a deep hunger and thirst for the deeper things of God, will be thankful that, by Divine Grace, we endeavor to speak forth those things which bring God into the Present, declaring "all His counsel", putting man in his proper place before Him, and to emphasize those portions and aspects of Scripture which our generation is most in need of.

As we go further into this study lets remember that according to Isaiah 66:2 God comes only to the humble in heart who tremble at the Word of God.

According to the Bible, God's method of revealing Himself to man at all "junctions of time" or the beginning and end of major dispensations, has been through His servants the Prophets. So important is the office of a Prophet that the Bible speaks on this wise...

"Believe in the Lord your God, so shall ye be established, believe his Prophets, so shall ye prosper." 2nd. Chron. 20:20.

Again It is written...

"Surely the Lord God will do nothing, BUT He revealeth His secret unto His servants, the Prophets." Amos 3:7.

Note also this Scripture which speaks of God's faithfulness to Israel and to His Prophets...

"He suffered no man to do them wrong; yea He reproved kings for their sakes, saying, Touch not mine anointed, and do my Prophets no harm." Psalms 105:14-15.

In these pages we will present prophecy after prophecy showing the Promise of a Prophet to the Gentiles in the last days - a prophet to close out the "Fullness of the Gentiles" and the "Pentecostal Feast" (The time of the Seven Church Ages wherein God deals with the Gentiles). Prophecy also speaks of one to come to usher in a time of judgment on the earth, preceding "the great and dreadful day of the Lord".

We will also show the fulfillment of these prophecies in a man whom God has mightily used in this age - to deny it is to deny "manifested" Truth. God called the man! God vindicated the man! God used the man in a ministry of restoration to restore and reveal His Word to His Sons and Daughters. By no means does that Ministry add to the Bible - but rather the mysteries contained in Scripture are revealed and will ultimately give Rapturing Faith to the Bride of the Lord Jesus Christ in this Age.

To God Be the Glory - Great things He hath done! May God, by His Grace, grant to you a revelation of what HE HAS DONE and IS DOING in your day. I encourage you to Stay with the Word.

The Sign Of The Fig Tree
Every Serious professing Christian knows that the hour is desperately late. More and more emphasis is being place on the Second Coming of The Lord Jesus Christ. Bible students are attempting to interpret the "Signs" of His Coming. Jesus said to the Pharisees in His day, "Ye can discern the face of the sky; How is it that ye cannot discern the signs of the time?" Most of the people in that day were not able to discern the "signs" of Jesus' First Coming. So also today, the vast majority of the people are missing or mis-interpreting the "signs" of Jesus' Second Coming.

Jesus was once asked by His disciples, "WHAT shall be THE SIGN of Thy Coming and of the End of the World?" (Matthew 24:3). He responded with a lengthy dissertation on the events to take place from that time to the End of the World and concluded with "the SIGN of the Fig Tree".

And concerning the "fig tree" Jesus said, "Now learn a parable of the fig tree: When its branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh; So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors." (Matthew 24:32).

Therefore the "sign" of the "fig tree putting forth its leaves" would be "A sign" of the Second Coming of Jesus. Bible students agree that the "fig tree" represents Israel and that Jesus was indicating that it would be a "key sign" at the end of the world to awaken His [Gentile] elect (Matthew 25:5-6) to the awareness and consciousness of His Second Coming. This is further proven by the Words of Jesus in Luke 21:24, "And they (Jews) shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the 'times of the Gentiles' be fulfilled." Note that Jerusalem was to be under Gentile control only "until" God finished "calling out of the Gentiles a people, a bride for His Name.

After the fall of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 the world witnessed the scattering of the Jews to every nation. But the time of God's promise to the Jews drew nigh; and around the turn of the twentieth century, and especially since the Second World War, we have seen the "re-gathering" of the "so-called" lost tribes back into the Land of Israel. The "re-gathering" proves that they weren't "lost". God knew and knows the location of every predestinated Hebrew. He also knows to what tribe each one belongs. In Revelation 7 we find every one of them in their Tribal order again. Praise the Lord!

The people of Israel, through great suffering, have been gathered from the nations and returned to the land of their heritage. A tiny fledgling nation, faced with insurmountable obstacles, astonished the world by winning a succession of wars and becoming the dominant military force in the Middle East. Only spiritual blindness would lead a person to deny that Divine providence played the key role in the restoration of the ...

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