Paradoxically, as 1954 came to an end William Branham was not satisfied. He thought his supernatural gift should have revolutionized the Christian world, broken down denominational barriers, and brought all Christians together in oneness of spirit, purpose and doctrine. It had not. He decided the reason for this failure was because many Christians did not understand the God they were trying to worship. To remedy this problem, Bill felt led to teach more doctrine in his evangelistic campaigns, explaining the fundamentals of the Christian faith. This decision produced some unexpected results. During 1955, attendance at his faith-healing campaigns declined sharply. Evidently, people welcomed miracles as long as they didn't have to change their own ideas. Some people felt he should concentrate on divine healing and leave the teaching to the pastors, or teachers who had more education.
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