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July 2018 Newsletter: Questions & Answers


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QUESTION:

What Is Your Spirit Memory?

ANSWER:

“Some trust in chariots, and some in horses: but we will remember the Name of the LORD our God.” [Psalm 20:7]

“Remember His marvellous works that He hath done; His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth.” [Psalm 105:5]

“I have remembered Thy Name, O LORD, in the night, and have kept Thy law.” [Psalm 119:55]

"Notice, while they spake about Him, talked about Him, He appeared. That's a good way to get Him around you: talk about Him all the time. Amen. Keep your conversation, not on who's... Or where the next play comes up on the television, or the next movies going to come, or who's going to be elected president: talk about Jesus. Christians talk about everything but Christ in these days. Go out, they always got a bunch of nonsense and everything they want to talk about or something, but never talking about Christ. Talk about Him. Sing about Him. Love Him; keep Him on your heart and mind all the day and night. David said about the, he'd bind the laws upon his fingers and the bedpost, and so He'd be before him all the time. That's the way; keep Him before you in memory, thoughts, praise, speech. All that you do is keep Christ before you. That's the way to keep Him near you.” [The Curtain Of Time, Phoenix, AZ 55-0302]

“Every man that goes to the field to preach the Gospel should never leave until he has that back-of-the-desert experience. No one could explain that out of your mind. No matter how much they twist the Scriptures and say this, that, or the other, if you've ever met God face to face in the true baptism of the Holy Spirit, there's not enough theologians in the world to ever erase it from your memory. Something happened; you were there. When a man gets that place, there is no one can explain it away from him.” [The Sin Of Unbelief, Bangor, ME 58-0517e]

“That's why many, after while, will walk one by one to this pool to be baptized in the Name of Jesus Christ. Why? Something has took place. That Spirit that came out of that body, when He screamed, "It's finished," has condemned sin in our bodies. And we must bury it, to be remembered no more. I'm so glad that it is. When anything's buried, it's hid; it's out of sight. "And buried, He carried my sins far away." God can see our sins no more, for they are buried. They are buried where? In the Sea of Forgetfulness. Think of a Sea of Forgetfulness. God cannot remember them no more, because they are both dead and buried. It cannot be even remembered no more. They're out of God's memory.” [Living, Dying, Buried, Rising, Coming, Jeffersonville, IN 59-0329s]

“It must be accepted in the mind, then It's believed with the heart. Then the Word of God becomes a reality, then every senses of soul and body is just scoured out with the Holy Spirit. Then your sense of God, your conscience of God, everything that's godly, flows through you. There's not a doubt anywhere. There's nothing can rise up. There's nothing can come up in the memory, and say, "Well, I remember Miss Jones tried to trust God, and Miss So-and-so. Miss Doe tried to trust God for healing, one time, and she failed." See? But if that channel has been cleared out and been purged, and been filled on the inside with the Holy Spirit, that don't even come in memory, no matter about Miss Jones and what she did. It's you and God, together, and nobody else but you two. There you are. There's your battle. Kill him at the beginning. Stop him dead in his track. It ain't how long you can make the war linger. It's, stop it right now!” [The Greatest Battle Ever Fought, Jeffersonville, IN 62-0311]

“If you've got your senses, see, taste, feel, smell, and hear, they're all right, but don't trust them unless they agree with the Word. They're all right, but, if they disagree with the Word, don't you listen to them. Now, imaginations, conscience, memories, reasons, and affections, they're all right if they agree with the Word. But if your affection doesn't agree with the Word, get rid of it. You'd blow a flue, right quick. See? If your reason disagrees with the Word, get away from it. That's right. The engine... If your memory, if your imaginations, if your conscience, anything, disagrees with That what's on the inside, get rid of it.” [The Greatest Battle Ever Fought, Jeffersonville, IN 62-0311]

“It's your mind that opens up the door; or closes the door, and listens to your conscience, listens to your memory, listens to your affections. But when your mind closes itself to these things, and let God, the Spirit of His Word, come in, It blows the rest of the stuff out. Every doubt is gone. Every fear is gone. Every sensation of doubt is gone. Every feeling is gone. There's nothing standing there but the Word of God, and Satan cannot battle against That. No, sir. He cannot battle against It. Now, we know that's true.” [The Greatest Battle Ever Fought, Jeffersonville, IN 62-0311]

“If we have confessed that He is, we been in His Presence, and we have confessed our sins, they are blotted out the book of His memory. There's nobody but God could do that. Now, you can do anything to me, I'll forgive you, but I'll remember it. If I'd do anything to you, you'd forgive me, but you'll remember it. But God can forgive and forget it. Think of that, "don't even remember it!" Amen. That makes me feel good. When it's not even remembered anymore, nothing can do it but God. Nothing but God can do that. He said He would blot it out of His book of memory. I can't do it, you can't do it, because we've only got these little finite senses. But He's infinite, God, He can absolutely forget that it ever was done.” [In His Presence, Jeffersonville, IN 62-0909e]

“Then we could call another group of people, or at least I'd say three, and they were called Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. How that they had took their stand for God, remembering that He keeps His promise! And how that, in this great hour, because of their stand, even their own brethren, many of them, had turned off into the world. But they were going to stand, regardless, and they took a stand for God. And when the furnace was het seven times hotter than it ever was het before, and they was pushed into this furnace. And they can certainly remember that fourth Man that was in there with them, that kept all the--the heat and the death away from them. There is something about that fourth Man. Might talk about Him a while, yes, sir, how that He was the only One could make that possible. There was no other person could do it but that fourth Man. And He was the One that provided life, in the jaws of death. Amen. And He--He kept the fire blazes back, and preserved them. And, oh, as long as there can be a memory, and it'll never fade out, so they can remember that great day down in Babylon.” [Remembering The Lord, Phoenix, AZ 63-0122]

“Oh, how Daniel, and purposing that in his heart, he can well remember the payoff. And someday we'll remember the payoff, too. So when he come to remember that, in the hour of distress, God sent an Angel in the lions' den, and closed the mouth of the lions, that they could not bother him. What a memory to think about! He, throwed into a lions' den, because he had purposed in his heart to serve God, and he could remember that. How did it go? Something like this, "God has sent His Angel. He seen the innocence of my heart." Oh, there you are, the innocence of your heart. God could see that in Daniel, and his purpose to do what was right, and He sent His Angel and had kept the lions from bothering him at all. What a memory! We could go on and on, with that.” [Remembering The Lord, Phoenix, AZ 63-0122]

“Israel had another thing they could always remember, that when they took their step upon what they heard Moses say, that great vindicated prophet with the Word of God, and when they took their stand to march. Because, they seen God vindicate that the message that he was bringing was the truth, and it was according to the Scriptures, and God was with him. And he had met this One Who had no name, called the I AM. He had really met Him, because they had seen Him working with Moses. And then they had another great memorial, that when they started on the march, there went a Pillar of Fire before them, to lead the way. What a memory they could think of, a memorial thing, that they didn't need no compass. Amen. What did I say? They didn't need no compass. They had the Light of God to lead them. What a memorial it was to the wise men, how they needed no compass, and a Star led them!” [Remembering The Lord, Phoenix, AZ 63-0122]

“Her sins was revealed. And when her sins and wrong was revealed, she can remember tonight, in Glory. She can remember that there was a Spring for her. There was a place where, all the creeds and--and the churches had turned her down, but yet she found a oasis. She found a place where there is Somebody Who cared. What a rejoicing! And how we can rejoice with her, we who was bound down with creeds that pulled us away from God, and we found a Fountain filled with Blood drawn from Emmanuel's veins. There we lost all of our starchy condition. And--and we drank from the Fountain and refreshed. And we remember the One who paid the price, that we could have His Spirit upon us, Jesus Christ, the Son of God. What a memory to remember by!” [Remembering The Lord, Phoenix, AZ 63-0122]

“Then listen at him. He wants to be an evangelist then. The call that Jesus had given him, to--to follow Him, had, and to be a soul winner, as a young man, returned to him again. He remembered it, that he had five brothers, and back on earth, and he didn't want them in that place. He said, "Send Lazarus, then, back to tell my brothers not to come this way. In other words, 'Accept the call of, "Follow Me."'" See? But he said, "They, they won't do it." He said, "Yes, if one would raise from the dead, like Lazarus, and go back and tell them." You see, it shows that, after we die, you're still conscious. He remembered. Abraham said, "Son, remember, in your days." See? You still remember. You don't lose your memory. You remember. And the memories that man could have, and still in the same place, remembered the opportunity he had of hearing Jesus say, "Follow Me." But he followed the wrong person, the wrong crowd. He got in the wrong crowd, and went to the wrong place, end up in the wrong Eternity; be annihilated at that Day, from God forever.” [Come, Follow Me, Tucson, AZ 63-0601]

“Like the little woman coughing up the cancer, see. Wasn't no doubt in her mind. That was going to happen. The cancer was  dead, and it turned loose, and away it went. See? That's it. You believe it. Like that father brought his little boy, a while ago, in there. And he's here in the building somewhere now. The little boy had had a fall, and lost his memory. He couldn't remember anything. Just in a few moments, after prayer, I asked him his name. And he told me how old he was, and there he was just as normal as any boy could be. See? They believe. And when God says anything, it must be that way.” [Three Kinds of Believers, Jeffersonville, IN 63-1124e]

“Remember, we cannot live by yesterday's light. Yesterday's light is gone. It isn't no more. It, yesterday's light, is only a memory. Yesterday's sunlight is only a memory, or, it's history. We cannot live in yesterday's light, no more. And the same, though it's the same sun, the same sun, but each day it brings forth its strength a little stronger, to ripen the grain for the harvest.” [There Is A Man Here That Can Turn On The Light, Jeffersonville, IN 63-1229m]

“It isn't what we say, "We'd all like to go back," us older people, "go back to sixteen, or eighteen, twenty years old, something like that."  But remember that we growed and lived to that age. And then why, taking the same food, we're dying now, when it all makes blood cells just the same? Science can't prove it. It's an appointment with God. When you got that age, God said, "That's what I want now." Death set in on it. But, see, in the resurrection, there'll be no memory at all of the old age. We go back to that for Eternity, for all the time. So why would you look back to that, to have to live this miserable thing over? Well, look right there, ahead of you lays the new creature in Christ, the new body, the immortal one that'll never pass away, never get old, never have a sickness or heartache. Then, look, keep looking ahead of you like that, for His Coming.” [Christ Is Identified The Same In All Generations, Tampa, FL 64-0415]

“That's the way this old body is, you, it's bore the image of the heavenly. Yet, it is not you. You are on the inside of that body. You, the Spirit of God, is on the inside of that body. That's what makes the outside come into subjections, because the inside is pulling it, see, bringing it in line with the Word of God; your inside, you yourself, your being. This body is just an old coat. And someday, what will you do with it, for you was--was only in the garment for a while? That is like the earthly garment; this body. Your--your real body, your real self, is on the inside of this old coat that you call William Branham, or Susie Jones, or whoever it is. See? Someday it will hang in the earth's hall of memory of you. You'll put it out yonder in the grave, and somebody will put a tombstone up, "Here lies Rev. So-and-so, or John So-and-so, or So-and-so." It'll lie there as a memorial of you. The people just seen you in this. And what you was, your real you, was on the inside of that. But the old coat, itself, just "borne the image of the Heavenly." Oh, people, have you made reservations to change coats? Have you made reservations for Heaven? Remember, you must have reservations. You can't get in without them.” [Things That Are To Be, Rialto, CA 65-1205]

Bible References: Psalm 20:7; 105:5; 119:55

 [Answer provided by Bro. Ken Andes, Minister, Lynden, Washington, USA]

 

LWB is dedicated to all who are looking for the appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ; to you we owe credit for the materials used herein."Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching."[Heb 10:25]."So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase."[I Cor 3:7]
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