But the Headship Itself, recognized in the Body by personal identifications, see, identifying Himself, proves the Headship to the Body. Then, we are united under One vindicated Headship, that is, Christ, the Word of God not under any church.
God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands;
And here He is today, in His Word, manifesting the same thing He did there. She can’t recognize another headship.
No, sir. There’s no bishop, no nothing. She recognizes one Headship, that’s Christ, and Christ is the Word. Oh, my! Whew! I love that. Uh! Yes, sir. As the Head took up from the grave, so must His Body follow Him into Eden. Therefore, the body cannot recognize any other headship, but the Headship of the Word. No denomination can put anything to It. “For whosoever shall take one Word away from It, or add one word to It, it took away from It.” You’re dead, hybrid, right there. She’s back here, this testimony in her hands, “the filthiness of her fornications, committing in spiritual adultery,” against the very Word that she claims to believe. See? Therefore, it’s the Word or nothing.
That’s right. He, the Word! How do you know it’s right? He, the Word, is vindicated. See? He, the Word, properly vindicated, is the Headship, the Head of the Church. He is the Word, the Headship. He is properly identified, vindicated, by His Own Spirit being in the Church Itself, the person. Showing forth Himself, in vindication, is the direct proof to the entire Body. You don’t need creeds, then. Denominations have perished. But the Headship Itself, recognized in the Body by personal identifications, see, identifying Himself, proves the Headship to the Body. Then, we are united under One vindicated Headship, that is, Christ, the Word of God not under any church.
Then, our Headship is a Kingdom. “The Kingdom of God is within you,” said the Bible, Jesus. The Kingdom! We are not a denomination. We belong to a Kingdom, and the Kingdom is the Word of God made Spirit and Life in our own life, bringing to pass every promise in this day, as it did in that day when the Word and God was One. And the Word and God are one in His Church today, making It the Headship of the Body that is redeemed, to bring the Message in the last day; and be taken up from the dead, in the resurrection, to go back and restore again, as Adam and Eve, in the beginning in the garden of Eden. The threefold mystery of God, His Body! Oh, my!
By: William Branham