Click here to add your eye witness account if you were prayed for, attended Brother Branham's Meetings, or had the chance to spend some time with him.
"And we are his witnesses of these things; and so is also the Holy Ghost, whom God hath given to them that obey him." [Acts 5:32]
"Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us." [Hebrews 12:1]
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Sister Mildred Seaby from United States
I was introduced to Reverend William Branhamís ministry in 1956. Rev. Branham conducted meetings at the Central Assembly of God Church on South Assembly Street in Columbia, SC, on April 14-15, 1956. My husband and I were attending the Cetnral Assembly of God Church at this time. We sat in holy reverence and awe as God moved through the congregation in the power and demonstration of the Holy Spirit. Miracles were performed, people were healed, and others were called from the audience and told what their needs were. Immediately, we began meeting with other Christians in our homes and playing tapes. Then June 11-12, 1963, Reverend Branham returned to Central Assembly of God Church again for a weekend meeting. Again, the Lord moved in the power and demonstration of the Holy Spirit as in the first meeting. We did not ask for prayer cards nor were we called from the audience, but just to sit in the service where the presence of God was moving through the congregation in such a miraculous way, left a lasting impression on our lives. As great as the miracles were, the thing that impressed me the most was the way Bro. Branham brought out the Word of God. In this last weekend meeting, my husband served as an usher and was priviledged to meet Bro. Branham. After the 1963 meeting was over, we knew we had found what our hearts were searching for. We continued meeting with the Christian friends in our homes and, in time, the men of the group decided to buy a church building which they named Grace Covenant Tabernacle. Reverend Ned Iverson was appointed as the first pastor. I still worship with the Grace Covenant Tabernacle fellowship. We have a wonderful pastor, Reverend Gerald Hughes, who is a dedicated man of God.