The Message Teaching

-- Lee Vayle Sermons --



"I am doing what Bro. Branham actually always wanted done with his tapes. Which was to take them down verbatim, and then what he´d call grammarize them..."



-- William Branham --

Who is Lee Vayle?

Bro. Vayle's ministry was centric to delineating the doctrinal teachings of William Branham. This is referred to many times by the prophet what he called, "grammarizing" his tapes for the purpose to bring out the doctrinal language in a clearer way to go out to the ministering laity and public.


And if there’s anything you lack of understanding, something that you do not understand, my associate Brother Vayle here, is available at all times to explain anything that seems mysterious to you ministering brethren...”
--William Branham
Brother Lee Vayle, he's a writer for the Tabernacle here, of the literature and books, and so forth. Very precious brother, he's been with me in many campaigns.Wished I had a chance to let every minister, to get him up here and talk to him.
--William Branham
And Brother Vayle here is no stranger to us. He's a very precious brother, been with me in many meetings, him and his wife. And he's also now the writer of these sermons and things that goes into book form.
--William Branham
Brother Vayle is our brother here, a writer of the Books. And he's getting the book ready now of "The Seven Church Ages" and working with the Seven Seals. And we'll soon hope to have them out pretty soon. All right. Brother Lee Vayle, God bless you.
--William Branham
And my tapes of "The Seven Church Ages," I sent them to him to grammarize them. Because my old Kentucky "hit, hain't, and tote, and carry, and fetch," that don't go good for people who reads the books, so he was going to grammarize it for me.
--William Branham
How many has read any of Brother Vayle on rewriting that, and fixing it up, and grammarizing it for me? Have you read any of it? You have, two or three of you. I think you done a real job, Brother Vayle, a real job. --William Branham
I want you to check my revelation on Serpent's Seed, to be injected into the first, Ephesian Church Age that he's writing, re-grammarizing it for me. Beautifully done! And I want you to check that and let somebody say something against the Serpent's Seed now, whether it was right, or not.
--William Branham
First we took it right off of the tape the way it was written or spoke. And you know, you can preach a sermon is one thing. And then write a book is another. See, like I'd happen to touch on a subject, like I'd say to you, you'd understand. I'd say, "Now, the serpent's seed..." See? Well now, the reader of that book, if you took it off, would wonder, "What is the serpent's seed?" See? And they wouldn't know. If that happened to go into such a place like Princeton or somewhere, and they'd--they'd think we were unintelligent people. So I got Brother Vayle to kinda help me with this and keep the line of the same thought and give it grammar. And I'm sure my grammar, they--would--it would be a mystery to them, sure enough. So the--Brother Vayle's really good on that
--William Branham

This was achieved by breaking down the taped sermons, tape-by-tape and word-by-word putting the doctrinal language into proper context; by removing areas wherein the language was obscuring the meaning, to remove those areas while leaving the same thought by saying the same thing in many different ways. This is referred to as, "The Message Teaching."

You can listen to the message-teaching sermon series here.


"I did not change the meaning, what I did was change the phraseology where it was better to be said in another manner, because it brought the understanding clearer. Now what I am actually doing when I read these messages, I am doing what Bro. Branham actually always wanted done with his tapes. Which was to take them down verbatim, and then what he´d call grammarize them, which simply meant we got an agreement between the noun and the verb, and other areas wherein the language was not quite concise, where words were interjected, obscuring the meaning, to remove those."
--Lee Vayle