2. Bride Age. [Bride time.]
TURN ON THE LIGHT. PHOENIX, AZ 64-0125
74 But did you realize we've moved on from that? We're in the Bride time, the selecting time, the time that the Bride--they said we would have. "All the caterpillar left," said Joel 2:28, "all the caterpillar left, the--the palmerworm eaten; all the palmerworm left, the locust eaten."
Each one of those organizations, if you've read the Seven Seals of the Bible, each one of those reformers went forth and preached the Word, but left something off. Then what did they do after the reformers over, and the light begin to dim out? Instead of walking on into further Light, they organized it. And when they organized it, "We believe this light. This is the light. This is it." What did they do? Wesley come right on moved away from them.
SEED NOT HEIR WITH SHUCK. JEFF. IN 65-0218
111 Now, it's seed time or Bride time. The shucks are dead. The shucks are dried up. The virgin Word time, not touched... It's a virgin. Remember, a virgin Word time. If you put it in the hands of a denomination, it sure won't be virgin. It'll be man-handled time you get to it. But God's church is not touched by denomination (Hallelujah.); It's a virgin born Word of God made manifest: Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever. Hallelujah. How--how wonderful. I love it. I believe it. I know that it's the Truth. It'll not be touched. There'll be no denominational man-handling in the virgin birth of the Bride. No, sir. She's--she's commanded by God to come out of such. "Touch not their unclean things..." become vultures.
MODERN EVENTS MADE CLEAR BY PROPHECY. SAN BERNARDINO, CA 65-1206
55 See, a man can say anything, but 'less God interprets that Word... See, now, we have our own interpretation; we say It means this. And this one, Methodist says this; the Baptist says this; the Pentecostal said this; the Oneness says this, the Twoness says this. And, oh, my, there you are. But God don't need no interpreter; He's His own Interpreter. He interprets His own Word by vindicating It in the age that It's purposed for, the age that It's given for.
We're not living in a Pentecostal age; we're living in another age. See? We're not living in a Methodist age; we're living in another age. We're living on up here to the Bride age, the calling out of the church and getting it together for the rapture. That's the age that we're now living.