this Chapter the Lord led me to compare Joyner’s description
of a man he believes he saw exalted in heaven with Roberts Liardon’s
description of William Branham in Chapter 10 of his book “Gods
Generals.” Although he is not mentioned by name Branham was
so distinctive and his ministry fits so closely with the description
and dates indicated that there really can be no doubt that Joyner
is describing William Branham. Joyner claims that “Jesus” has
told him that “I just wanted you to see him here... and understand
the position he had with Me... He was a messenger to My last days
church but the church could not hear him... his message ... must be
recovered,” (p. 145). Whilst he was alive Branham claimed to
be the messenger to the last day’s church. Today, however, almost
everyone acknowledges that Branham ended his days in deception. Joyner
likewise acknowledges that the man he saw exalted in heaven “did
fall into discouragement and delusion for a time,” (p. 145),
and that “some of his teachings had gone seriously awry,” (p.
145), but nonetheless believes that we should return to his message
anyway. From the full notes we see overwhelming evidence that Joyner
believes it was Branham who he saw.
“For a time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine…they
will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears
away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables,” (2 Tim
4: 3, 4).