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''It’s the church that leads the man astray. It’s the church, see, that leads the man that wanted to be a son of God. It’s the woman, the church. Not the Bible, God, for the Bible is man. Oh, yeah, “the Word was made flesh,” and He was a Man. See? The Bible is man; the church is woman. See? It isn’t the church…the Bible that leads the man astray. It’s the church that leads him astray. It’s the church he went naked with, not the Bible. See? No, indeed. The Bible tells him he’s naked. Yes, sir. <ref>William Branham, 65-0829 - Satan's Eden, para. 160-161</ref>
 
''It’s the church that leads the man astray. It’s the church, see, that leads the man that wanted to be a son of God. It’s the woman, the church. Not the Bible, God, for the Bible is man. Oh, yeah, “the Word was made flesh,” and He was a Man. See? The Bible is man; the church is woman. See? It isn’t the church…the Bible that leads the man astray. It’s the church that leads him astray. It’s the church he went naked with, not the Bible. See? No, indeed. The Bible tells him he’s naked. Yes, sir. <ref>William Branham, 65-0829 - Satan's Eden, para. 160-161</ref>
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Revision as of 21:48, 17 March 2018


Quotes of William Branham

Satan did it by the woman’s lust for knowledge, for sex, which she chose by her own choosing. Now notice, it was Eve that led Adam to the wrong, and it was the woman that took off her clothes before her Adam took off his. See? It’s the woman, always. It’s always been. It still is the same way.

It’s the church that leads the man astray. It’s the church, see, that leads the man that wanted to be a son of God. It’s the woman, the church. Not the Bible, God, for the Bible is man. Oh, yeah, “the Word was made flesh,” and He was a Man. See? The Bible is man; the church is woman. See? It isn’t the church…the Bible that leads the man astray. It’s the church that leads him astray. It’s the church he went naked with, not the Bible. See? No, indeed. The Bible tells him he’s naked. Yes, sir. [1]


Footnotes

  1. William Branham, 65-0829 - Satan's Eden, para. 160-161


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