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Leaving the Message

William Branham Historical Research
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Leaving the "Message" is hard. Many former members have told me that it was the single most difficult thing they have had to do. In the "Message", we were very close. Most of our family was in it, most of our friends were in it, and in many cases, most of our lifestyle was bound strongly to the "Message". Over the years, we have worked with many people who have escaped. We quickly learned that every individual who left the "Message" was different and unique. There is no standard answer that can be given for the question, "Why did you leave?" Some people left because they found a specific doctrine that was in disagreement with the Bible, or that was hurtful to other Christians. Others left when they learned that some of the things William Branham said were untrue, and they knew that those things were fundamental to the "Message". Some people left because they were abused, physically and/or sexually, and learned that William Branham supported abuse and harbored men in his inner circle wh... more


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