Simple Truths

Love one another, talk nice about one another, say nice things about one another, and then God will bless you.” ~ Rev. William Marrion Branham (‘Christ Is The Mystery Of God Revealed’ 63-0728)

Sometimes things are so simple!

A. LOVE one another.
B. Talk nice about one another / Say nice things about one another
C. God WILL bless you.

So simple, and yet seemingly so hard for many to do sometimes…..

~ Bro. Nathan

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One response to “Simple Truths”

  1. Below is some of the comments that some of the brothers made in regards to this post in emails.

    That’s an awesome quote Bro Jack! I love it.

    “…maybe his destination rests upon our attitude towards him..”

    That’s strong medicine right there!


    Jack Duff wrote:

    >I wanted to share another quote that reiterates these simple truths.
    >Thanks for sharing Bro. Nathan.
    > E-12 And may I drop this little thing to you brethren, as I know
    >you’re different denominations. I think, I’ve never talked like this to
    >a group of people, but in this locality here, you… And–and
    >throughout the–the nation it’s becoming now. If the devil can keep us
    >separated, he–he’s got us shooting at one another, so he–he–he’s got
    >a open target anywhere he wants to shoot. And what’s the use of
    >shooting, we’re shooting one another? See, see? So he can just set back
    >and relax. But did you ever… Let me just give you… If I have found
    >grace in your sight through God, you take my word for this, brethren.
    >If you want to be a blessing, and get a blessing, when a man has done
    >you wrong, and he has absolutely justly, he… I mean he has done you
    >wrong and you know that he’s done you wrong; he’s done you evil. Don’t
    >mention that; you take him to prayer before God. And don’t take it in a
    >way of just a selfish and say, “Well, I’m supposed to do this.” But
    >stand with your shoulder to his shoulder, and stand in the Presence of
    >God our Father, way a prayer should be made in the Presence of God,
    >say, “Father, here’s my brother, and he–he is justly; he deserves
    >punishment because he has–he’s done me evil. And I don’t see why he
    >did it.”
    > E-13 Then let God go to talking to you. And you’ll see maybe, what
    >that man’s been through. The devil has twisted him up somewhere and
    >caused him to do that. Though he’s absolutely wrong, before you leave
    >the throne of God you’ll be feeling sorry for that man. You’ll be
    >sympathizing with that brother. And when you get back down to
    >where–earth again, you’ll go over to that brother and shake his hand,
    >’cause you know what he’s been through. You can’t stand with a mortal
    >in the Presence of God and condemn anybody, I don’t believe, no, sir,
    >even if he is a rank sinner. And what about a brother that has made a
    >mistake? Though I say he’s wrong. Sometimes he’s accused wrong when
    >he’s not wrong. But if he is wrong, well, if we will take him to the
    >throne of God, stand there shoulder-to-shoulder with our brother,
    >knowing he’s a mortal, and maybe his destination rests upon our
    >attitude towards him, when we come back from the throne of God, we’ll
    >realize that we’re every one guilty, and we all need help one from the
    >other. And the best way to do is pray.
    >Bro. Jack

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