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The Father of Jesus-Christ

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52  These trees, the true vine and false vine! You've heard me preach on that since, from years ago, how they've growed up together. Brought them in individuals and showed that, from Cain and Abel, the two vines that met at an altar; both of them religious, both of them anointed, both of them desiring life, and worshiping the same God. And one was rejected and the other received.

And the only way that the one that was received could have done anything different from his brother, it was revealed to him. For the Bible said, "By faith..." Hebrews, 11th chapter, "By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent sacrifice than that of Cain, which God testified that he was righteous."

Jesus, said, the spiritual revelation of Who He was! "Who does man say I the Son of man am?"

He said, Peter said, "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God."

"Blessed art thou, Simon--Simon, son of Jonas; flesh and blood never revealed this to you. My Father which is in Heaven has revealed it. Upon this rock I'll build My Church," (what?) the true revelation of the Word. There is the true Vine again. "Abel, by faith!"

You said, "It wasn't a revelation."

57  The true vine and the false vine, both had the same anointing. The water fell on both of them. No wonder He warned us, "It would deceive the very Elected if it was possible."


E-80  As I said this morning, if the first branch of the vine brought forth a Pentecostal church, every real branch out of that vine will bring forth another Pentecostal church. But we got a lot of grafted branches, and they bring forth after their kind. We got Methodist branch grafted into it, Baptist branch, Pentecostal branch, every other kind of branch. It bears its own fruit.       


154     The true Vine hated the formal deeds of the Nicolaitanes, so did God. What was deeds in the Ephesian church, in the church of Ephesians, became a doctrine in the Pergamos church. In Ephesus, the first church, it was a deed, in the next church it become a doctrine. Can you hear It? Can you understand It now? It was a deed in Ephesus, and watch, over here in Pergamos it became a doctrine. It just started here in a little baby form. Now, in a minute we're going to find out what that was. Here is Paul's wolves, "deeds of the Nicolaitanes."