Nothing impossible with you
Nothing impossible with you
They said nothing impossible to God. God said nothing impossible with you, if you'll believe, not with God, but you. Deity's in man.
The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God:
Look. Deity… I'm a part of Charles Branham, because I was born from Charlie Branham, my daddy. I'm a part of him. I've got a forehead like him. My hair was like him. I'm a small man like him. I'm in the nature like him, because he's my dad. And if we become in spirit sons of God, Deity dwells in the man. Hallelujah! Then you talk about blind eyes being open. They said nothing impossible to God. God said nothing impossible with you, if you'll believe, not with God, but you. Deity's in man.
The very God that stood back there on the mythical platform of the eternities, and rolled worlds off of His hands, and created these things give you the privilege to be His son, and you're a part of Him. And God dwells in mankind, and man himself is Deity. Hallelujah! There you are. It might choke you, but study over that a little while. See? He is… God dwells in man. And man becomes a son of God, not him in himself, but the Holy Spirit that’s in him is God. The Creator lives in the creation. Oh, my. How I think of that.
Then stand with an unwavering faith and ask what you will; it’ll be done unto you. There He is. God. There He is. Now, before this Redeemer could come in the days of our text, when Jesus had become very popular. Although He was born with an awful scorn, He came in by the way of a stable door and went out the way of capital punishment (Did you know that?), considered a fanatic, laughed at, spit upon, made fun of, and the very God of Glory. He came in by a stable door. Why was Jesus born in a stable or a manger? Did you ever think of that? He had to be. He was a Lamb. Lambs are not born in houses. Lambs are born in the barns and fields. Abel led his lamb away by a grapevine. Sacrificed him on the altar, and Abel died on the same altar his sacrificed lamb died.
And every believer, that comes to Christ, must die on the same altar with his dying Lamb, Christ, and die in Christ to be a new creature: die out to the things of the world and become borned again, a new creature in Christ Jesus. Die on the same altar of self sacrifice. All right. Notice. But before God does anything on this earth, He always sends a message, warning, getting things ready. Oh, I just, I feel kindly religious right now. Look. All right. I believe that there’s a move going on now. God’s warning as it was in the days of Noah, getting the people ready. Something’s about to happen.
The atomic powers and things are about ready to burst in upon us. Millions will die in a split second. But oh, my, God getting His Church ready for the rapture, the coming of the Son of God.
By William Branham