Emphatic challenge, then a simple Question

It was a strange email. The sender seemed set on trying to correct William Branham’s interpretation of the seven angels of Revelation Chapters 2 through 3. William Branham taught that they represented earthly messengers. The email sender ‘knows better’ – they are heavenly angels and not men! “if [you] read Revelation 1:20, its not literal Seven Churchs Ages; its about seven heavenly angels” he asserted. Well, I asked him: “John was told ‘Unto the angel of the church of Ephesus write…’ Kindly explain to me how John, a human being, was suppose to write a letter to a heavenly angel?” I am yet to receive the answer. A scripture came to mind: “Desiring to be teachers of the law; understanding neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm” (1 Tim.1:7).


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  1. 1 TIM.6.5 “Perverse disputings by men of CORRUPT MINDS and DESTITUTE OF THE TRUTH….” “Ever learning and NEVER ABLE TO COME TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE TRUTH.( 2TIM.3;7)


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