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245 Sister Palmer...?... Uh-huh. Yes. Our sister, Sister Palmer, her husband is a very dear friend of mine, a minister from Georgia or Alabama, Georgia--Georgia. And she was coming up to the Tabernacle... They drive, when I'm preaching at the Tabernacle, fifteen hundred miles to hear one service. Brother Palmer lost control of his car, or the boy, one, when they was turning a corner, and they had a wreck. She's got an affect of it. Let's pray.

Dear God, deliver this servant of Yours, his little wife, loyal, true, little servant in Christ; I pray, God, as I lay my hands upon her with my Brother Jack Moore here, that You'll heal her and make her well. In Jesus' Name. Amen.


E-41 And now, we find that in each one of those ages, usually people don't want to believe it, because they are already set in their way. You're turning a corner. You're building a building, and then get to the corner, everybody's running this way; they don't want to turn that corner. But the building goes that way, if the Word says it goes that way. See? There's where we get those junctions of time. That's where it's hard. That's where men has sweated it out.

Now, remember, God never changes His way of doing things, always through the Scripture just the same.


19-1 That's how He knowed what was in their hearts. That's how He could tell Philip where he was, who he was; He could tell Simon Peter who he was; told the woman at the well. Why? He was the Word. That's right. The Bible said in Hebrews the 4th chapter: "The Word of God is sharper, more powerful than a two-edged sword, cutting asunder even to the marrow of the bone, and a Discerner of the thoughts and the intents of the heart." Why, those blinded Pharisee priests couldn't see that that was the Word made manifest for they'd wrapped up into a priesthood and a system, and the old system had to give away. It was the Word, but what had been promised had been fulfilled; so if it's fulfilled, it's got to rot away. It's the hull; the seed went on.

Moses could not have brought Noah's message. Neither could Jesus have brought Noah's message, because it was another age; and the old seed was Life, but it served its purpose and was dead and gone on--the transformation from the old to the new, where the Life was at.

But what was worrying the people? What worries them yet today? We're not building a wall--like we start off with Luther's message, go right down a straight line or Pentecostal message right... We are turning a corners. We're building a building. God's Word is the blueprint. Anybody can run a straight line, but it takes a mason to turn the corner. It takes the power of God to do that. It takes an anointed one from heaven to be sent down to do that. It has in every age.

And in the prophet's age... The Word of the Lord comes through those prophets, and they turned those corners, made those different, but the builders wanted to build a wall. It's not a wall at all; it's a building, a building of God.

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