I upload this video about the sermon of william branham in california usa this message was orginaly in english but after translated in urdu.
if you don’t know about brother branham read this article about his life or listen all part of this video.
Rev William Marrion Branham, “a man sent from God” with a healing and exposition of Bible mysteries, a ministry unparalleled in our age as prophesied in Malachi 4:2: “Unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall.” Malachi 4:5-6: “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD: And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse”, Luke 17:30:”Even thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed” and Revelation 10:7:”But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished, as he hath declared to his servants the prophets”.
From the minute he was born (April 6, 1909), William Branham was set apart from the ordinary. Right after he was born, a light, almost like a star, flew into the room and startled his parents Charles and Ella Branham. The strange light circled the room several times, then stopped over the bed hovering over the new mother and child. Then as quickly as it had come in, the fireball left, whirling up past the rafters and out through the roof. Ella Branham, thought that her child has been dreaming, when one day he came running into to house, and told her that a little bird had told him that “you will live near a city called New Albany”. Shortly after, the family moved to New Albany.
However, the most supernatural event that would affect William Branham happened when he was seven years old. He noticed a whirlwind in a tree, a tree. As he watched, a voice suddenly boomed from the tree saying, “Don’t ever drink, or smoke, or defile your body in any way. There will be work for you to do when you get older.” He became hysterical, and would not calm down. A doctor was summoned, who declared that he was just nervous, and would get over it with time. He never went near that tree again.
From then on, he would sometimes feel a presence or see visions of things that would terrify him. However, he did not think about God until he was fourteen, when he nearly lost both legs in a shotgun accident. As he lay dying in a pool of blood, he saw a terrifying vision of hell. He cried out to God for mercy promising that he would be a good boy if he lived. Miraculously, he was given that second chance. He lived.
After that accident, William Branham did not know what his promise to be a good boy meant, so he did not think about God. One day, as he walked past a church when he felt something telling him to go into the church. He however he refused to stop and continued on his way, even though. Soon after, he heard a voice saying, “I called you, and you would not go.” He realized then that he had to approach the Lord since his life has been spared, but he did not know how. One day he decided to tack a letter to a tree. He then went into a barn and prayed sincerely from his heart. When he opened his eyes he saw floating in front of him, a brilliant amber light, forming a perfect cross in the air. There, in that barn, he accepted the Lord Jesus Christ.
The year 1965 approached ushering in the last year of William Branham’s life. The last message he preached was Communion on December 12, 1965.
On December 18, 1965, William Branham and his son Billy Paul Branham were traveling in two separate cars to Tucson when a drunk driver hit Brother Branham’s car. Brother Branham was taken to hospital in Amarillo, Texas. He went into shock, and never regained consciousness. The other two passengers in the car, Meda Branham (Brother Branham’s wife) and Sarah Branham (his daughter) were injured, but survived. William Marrion Branham died on December 24, 1965, seven days after the accident had occurred. However, since his wife, Meda Branham, was in no condition to decide where he should be buried, his burial was delayed until April 11, 1966.