1. Know who your enemy is.
2. Know who your brother is.
“I don’t care what it is, see. If it’s against God’s Word, be against it. That’s your enemy. Anything that’s against the Word is your enemy.
Everything that’s for the Word is your brother. He’s a part of you.“
~ Rev. William Marrion Branham
65-0829 – “Satan’s Eden”
“In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array.” (I Timothy 2:9)
1. having or showing a moderate or humble estimate of one’s merits, importance, etc.; free from vanity, egotism, boastfulness, or great pretensions.
2. free from ostentation or showy extravagance: a modest house.
3. having or showing regard for the decencies of behavior, speech,
dress, etc.; decent: a modest neckline on a dress.
4. limited or moderate in amount, extent, etc.: a modest increase in salary. (dictionary.com)
“Well, listen brother, don’t you fear about Russia coming over here and whipping us. We’re whipping ourselves. That’s right. Our own morals are degrading us. It isn’t the robin that pecks on the apple that hurts the apple; it’s the worm at the core that kills the apple. That’s—that’s where it’s at now. Termites, they’re eating our nation’s foundation out.” ~ Rev. William Marrion Branham (51-0722A)