The Mask Is Off, God En Morphe Into His Bride.

“Who Is This Melchisedec?” Bro.William Marrion Branham. February 21, 1965. Hebrews 7:1-3. Now, we find out that this Person “had no father, no mother, no beginning of days or ending of life.” It was God, en morphe. The Greek word, means, “change,” was used. Changing Himself, en morphe. One person; the Greek word there, en morphe. It was taken from the stage act that one person is changing his mask, to make him some other character… And that’s what God did. It’s the same God all the time. God in the form of the Father, the Spirit, the Pillar of Fire. The same God was made flesh and dwelt among us, en morphe, brought out so He could be seen. And now that same God is the Holy Ghost. Father, Son, not three Gods: three offices, three acts of the one God. The Bible said, “There is on God,” not three… Notice, like the sculpture, he hides, with a mask over it. That’s what God has done to this age. It’s been hid. All these things has been hid, and is supposed to be revealed in this age. Now, the Bible says they will be revealed in the letter times. It’s like a sculptor keeping his piece of work all covered over until the time he takes the mask off of it and there it is. And that’s what the Bible has been. It has been a work of God that’s been covered up. And It’s been hid since the foundation of the world, and It’s sevenfold mystery. And God promised in this day, at the age of this Laodicean church, He would take the mask off the whole thing and we could see It. What a glorious thing! God, en morphe, masked in the Pillar of Fire. God, en morphe, in a Man called Jesus. God, en morphe, in His Church. God above us, God with us, God in us; the condescending of God. Up there, holy, no one could touch Him, He settled upon the mountain; and even if a animal touched the mountain, had to die. And then God come down and changed His tent, and come down and lived with us, become one of us, “And we held Him,” the Bible said. First Timothy 3:16, “Without controversy great is the mystery of godliness; for God was manifested in the flesh, handled with hands.” God eat meat. God drank water. God slept. God cried. He was one of us. Beautiful, typed in the Bible! That was God above us; God with us; now it’s God in us, the Holy Spirit. Not the third Person; the same Person! God came down and become flesh, and died the death, in Christ; so that He could clean the Church, in order to get into it, for fellowship. God loves fellowship. That’s what He made the man at the first time for, was for fellowship; God dwells alone, with Cherubims. And notice now, He made man, and man fell. So He came down and redeemed man, because God loves to be worshipped. The very word god means “object of worship.” And this that comes among us, as a Pillar of Fire, as something that changes our hearts, that is the same God that said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. He’s the same yesterday, today, and forever.