2 Timothy 2: 16 - 18: But shun profane and vain babblings: for they will increase unto more ungodliness. And their word will eat as doth a canker: of whom is Hymenaeus and Philetus; Who concerning the truth have erred, saying that the resurrection is past already; and overthrow the faith of some.
Paul identified the spirits in flesh that were discrediting the Bible and causing followers of Jesus to fall away from the faith.
A responsibility is upon us to be watchful and identify those same spirits in this day which are causing many to reject the message of the seventh angel (Revelation 10: 7).
And knoweth it not; Jeffersonville, Indiana; August 15, 1965
“And when it did”, said, “I seen this man that called himself a prophet, you know”, said, “he come up on a horse that was mixed with white and black together”. And said, “He got up behind this great big horse”. Said, “It was”, said, “way up above the clouds, and the road wasn’t over about that wide”. And said, “That horse just danced, to the wind blowing the feathers and everything on-on your garb”, and said, “then the horse mane and tail blowing. Great master, big white horse, walking right in line”. And said-and said, “This guy ran up behind you, come from towards Canada”, and the man lives in Canada. And he said, “Come back, and”, said, “he took his little horse, trying to knock your big horse off; turning him around; make his hips hit against the...” Said, “It never moved the big horse; he just kept walking”.
The account given in the excerpt above has been performed again in the form of a man from Canada who forsook the message of the seventh angel (Brother Branham) and chose to challenge and discredit God’s prophet via the Internet.
[It is recommended to read the full account given in the sermon above so as to understand the storyline]
“And knoweth it not” is a fitting sermon to narrate the dream describing a man who is blinded to the seriousness of his betrayal of the Word.
That same Judas spirit is here again in flesh to bring a reproach upon the message of a vindicated prophet.