Psalm 1:3

From BelieveTheSign

Psalm 1:3 reads:

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.[1]

What does the Bible teach?

And in fact there are many people who are insubordinate, who talk nonsense and try to make others believe it, particularly among those of the circumcision. 11 They must be silenced: people of this kind upset whole families, by teaching things that they ought not to, and doing it for the sake of sordid gain.[2]


Quote of William Branham

But a man that’s planted, not stuck out, but planted by the rivers of Water, he shall bring forth His fruit (watch) in his…His fruit in his season. Are you reading it? Psalms 1. Blessed is the man that…sitteth not in the seat of the scornful, stand in the way of sinners. …he shall be like a tree that’s planted by the rivers of water, he shall bring forth his fruit in his season;…and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

See? Notice, “Ungodly is not so; and he won’t stand with him in the judgment.” See?

Now, “He shall bring forth His fruit in his season.” Watch each “his,” the personal pronoun there. It’s His fruit, God’s fruit, in the season that the—the prophet is bringing It. It’ll be in the prophet’s season. God’s fruit, in God’s time, by the prophet’s season. See? “He shall bring forth His fruit in his season.” See if there isn’t two “his” there. “Bring forth His, God’s fruit, see, in the season that the messenger is ordained to come.” He’ll bring forth those. Now remember that. The messenger that brings the fruit of God, will bring it in God’s season, in the season of the bringer. See? “He will bring forth His fruit in his season.” And It cannot wither. Why? He’s got predestinated fruit in there. It can’t destroy It, because It’s predestinated.[3]



Footnotes

  1. The Holy Bible: King James Version, Electronic Edition of the 1900 Authorized Version. (Bellingham, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc., 2009), Ps 1:3.
  2. The New Jerusalem Bible (New York: Doubleday, 1985), Tt 1:10–11.
  3. William Branham, 62-0422 - The Restoration Of The Bride Tree, para. 164-166


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