William Branham tells of a series of prophecies that were given to him in June 1933 by vision that would transpire before the coming of the Lord. William Branham was very bold with these prophecies, claiming that the visions would be accurate "to the dot" and were "Thus Saith The Lord". While he states that there were seven visions , he added the Roosevelt prophecy (in 1958); the egg-shaped, driverless car is clearly two prophecies; and he added an additional prophecy in 1964 (that he had never previously told) relating to women electing the wrong man (we assume that he went with seven visions because seven is a much more prophetic number).
In the Laodicean Church Age book, William Branham says, “Now let me say this. Can anyone prove any of those visions wrong? Were they not all fulfilled?” Over 80 years after 1933, we now have the benefit of hindsight in our ability to confirm whether these prophecies were accurate or not.
Pages in category "1933 Visions"
The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.