14-1 Now, the strange thing happened about a year ago. I was having services one night down at Brother Junior Jackson's, setting right here, a Methodist minister that's received the Holy Ghost and been baptized into the Name of Jesus Christ, and is pastoring one of our sister churches.
Just to show you how God deals with His people... I say this with all my heart. I don't know of any congregation in the entire world, a congregation together any more, where I believe the Spirit of God is than in this congregation. They've got their differences. They're sure not up to where they should be, none of us, but they're as close as anybody else that I know of.
Now, I show you, knowing what was going to happen, Brother Jackson dreamed a dream. He couldn't get away from it. And I was leaving his church, and he just couldn't stand it. How long ago has it been Brother Jackson? [Brother Jackson says, "I had the dream in February of '61."--Ed.]
February of '61 he had the dream. And he come to me, and he said, "Something is on my heart; I must tell you, Brother Branham."
I said, "Go on, Brother Jackson."
And he said, "I dreamed a dream," and there it was. I just set still. And I listened and watched. He said, "I dreamed that there was a great big hill, like out in a field where bluegrass, or something was." And said, "Up on top of this hill, where the water had washed away the soil, there was a top rock up on top of the hill; like the--the top of the mountain. It was rock, no grass. And where the water had washed down, it had cut some kind of readings on these stones, and you were standing there interpreting this reading on these stones." And said, "All of it..." And here's the way he put it, said, "The brethren from Georgia, and from all around, we were all standing together, listening to you interpret that mysterious writing on those stones that mountain."
And said, "Then you picked up something, like from the air, something like a wrecking bar, or--or a crowbar," wasn't it, brother? Something like that, a wrecking bar, real sharp, and said, "How you done it, I don't know." And said, "You struck the top of that mountain, ripped it around, and lifted the cap of it off. It was in the shape of a pyramid. And you ripped the top of it off." Now, that was months and months and months before the pyramid message was preached. And said, "Beneath that was white stone, granite, and you said, 'The sun, or the light, has never shined on this before. Look in on this. Watch this.'"
And that's right, because in the formation of the world, the world was formed before there was light. We all know that. God moved upon the water, and--and then in the beginning He spoke for light. And naturally, down under there in the age that formation was, that light had never come upon that stone.
15-3 And he said, "Look upon this. Light has never come upon it before." And when all of them got up, and I told them to watch that, and all of them come up to look in. But he said while they were looking in, he looked out of the corner of his eye, I believe it was, and watched me. I slipped off to one side and started going towards the west, towards the setting of the sun, coming up a hill, going down a hill, coming up a hill, going down a hill, getting smaller and smaller, and went all the way out of sight.
And he said then, when I did that... He said, "Then the brethren turned around after while, and said, 'Did he vanish? Where did he go?'" And said, "Some took out that way, some took one way, and some another, but a very few stayed and looked on to what I had told them."
Now, notice, the interpretation of the dream, which I never told him one thing, or none of these did I tell any of them. But I said, "Yes," and my heart shaking, I was watching. Now, the mysterious writing... Wait; I'll just leave it for a little bit.