That night when He said to the shepherds, “Go down into Bethlehem, for this day is born Christ the Saviour. Christ, the anointed God, this day is born by a woman.” God!
Not making her a god, now. He just borrowed the womb of the woman, the same as He borrows this body to preach the Gospel from. The same as He borrows your body, to do the work that He wants to do through you, because He still is Immanuel, a sign, God with His people. God living among His people, the super, everlasting sign. It can never fail. It’ll always be the sign.
You talk about these signs, what about this one? Before you can ever get any other sign, the sign of speaking with tongue, the sign of prophesying, the sign of any supernatural, you’ll have to go back to the original sign, the Eternal and everlasting sign. Get straight, to start with, and upon that foundation, which is Rock through the ages, and nothing will ever touch it. The gates of Hell will be against it, but cannot prevail. Get that sign, “A virgin shall conceive, and bear a Son.”
And He told these shepherds, “Here is how you’ll find Him. He’ll be in a manger, in a barn, wrapped in swaddling’s cloth. And when you look upon Him, believe, for He is God among us.”
That sign wasn’t only to the shepherds. But it was given to all the world, to look upon Him and see who He is. It’s God with us, Immanuel.
Rev. William Marrion Branham
A Super Sign