Revelation is a sign of the Church of God in all ages and only ever died out when unbelief broke man's connection with heaven. Throughout the ages this lack of belief has forced men to invent doctrines to justify that spiritual vacuum, typical of which is the claim that revelations 'ceased' with the death of the last apostle, John. Such a teaching is, needless to say, without Biblical warranty. Though it is true that the fundamental principles of the Gospel were laid by the first apostles in what we now call the "New Testament" the need for revelation and prophecy to edify the Church and answer the peculiar problems of every age has never diminished. It is because modern revelation has not been forthcoming that endless debates and division have occurred in the Body of Christ. Into this vacuum the cults have come with their false revelations and have led off many unsuspecting Christians into treacherous spiritual waters.
The Olive Branch made its entry into the Christian world in 1996 to meet these urgent needs. Though addressed to a particular denomination, it is of practical application to all Christians who are led by the Comforter to implement them. Unlike the spurious works of the cults which demand unquestioning fealty of everyone to their revelations, with threats of retribution if they do not (for example, some of Mormonism's Doctrine & Covenants and some of the prophecies and revelations coming out of some pentecostal/charismatic groups), the Olive Branch has application only to those who are led by Christ to be a part of the New Covenant Church of God. It makes no claims on the rest of the Body of Christ.
The revelations are best read in chronological order to appreciate the theological development in the Church. If you would like to order a copy of the Olive Branch,click the button >
This page was first created on 14 March 1998
Last updated on 1 September 2002
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