Devils dwell in false doctrines.

Q. Why do some message believers seek to harm and kill other believers if they have the Truth of the end time message and the Holy Spirit?

A. First of all, these believers were never born again of the Spirit and the Word of our Lord Jesus Christ. Thatís the same spirit that once resided in Cain. These believers are merely followers of a cult made popular by the Branhamites who misinterpret the very message of God brought to them by the messenger, William Branham. Though the majority of the Branhamites may not literally harm or kill others, nevertheless many do harm and kill others who do not conform to their "revelation" by spreading evil words about them.

    God dwells in the light of His own Word. Demons dwell in false doctrines because there is no light in them. This is clearly seen in those who embrace Branhamism. The Branhamites take the oral spoken words of Branham and formulate doctrines according to their intellect. They play about with the semantics of Bro. Branham. (Compare them with the Pharisees in their "ism" and you will see the similarities.) Unlike the true believers, they do not dwell in the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ. Read Acts 15:35; 28:31 and Col.3:16. Paul said, "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works" (2 Tim.3:16-17). To be a prisoner of Christ, you have to be bound by the WORD of Christ, His teaching, which are found in the Holy Scripture. "But there is a spirit in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding" (Job 32:8).
    Some proud and foolish Branhamites, who in claiming to be "fools for Christ", bind themselves to their own words when they exclaimed, "I am glad to be a Branhamite". They think that they are spiritual and mature in quoting Paulís words. Yet, Paul was against such foolishness for he was against identifying oneself as "of Paul" or "of Peter". When one identifies oneself as "of Paul", one will not hear nor receive other servants of God. Paul, Peter and Branham did not die to save any one person in the human race. True believers do and will associate themselves with Godís men, but they do not and will not identify themselves as being "of So-and-so" only, period.