Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever
S hekinah Tabernacle, located at 1, 17th Street, Boulevard Lumumba Commune de Limete, in the city of Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, was born on June 3rd, 1990 with several hundred brothers and sisters.
June 10, 1990 was the day shekinah Tabernacle's name was chosen as the name of the church.Eight days later, on June 17, 1990 Brother Richard Diyoka was chosen as pastor by the whole church.
Today, weekly services reach the world through "live broadcasting" and archived messages.
The spiritual goal and purpose of Shekinah Tabernacle is to make known to the world that Malachi 4: 5-6; Luke 17: 26-30; Revelation 3: 14-20 and Revelation 10:1-7 are fulfilled in our time. God sent a message through his prophet/messenger, the Reverend William Branham (1909-1965) that prepares a bride for her bridegroom, our Lord Jesus Christ. This message is available through hundreds of recorded sermons.
The Shekinah Tabernacle Church has committed its energies and resources to convey this message to the world - "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever." Hebrews 13: 8.
God's will is that all men come to the knowledge of the Truth which is His Word. For this is the Truth that frees and sanctifies them. Didn't He say that “My people die because of ignorance?”When God gave the law to Moses, He wrote it Himself on tables that He then entrusted to His prophet to bring to the people. Job said:
« Oh that my words were now written! oh that they were printed in a book!
That they were graven with an iron pen and lead in the rock for ever! »
Jeremiah received a message from God and Baruk, his secretary, put it in writing so that it could be read to the people. In his time, the Lord Jesus chose twelve apostles to spread the message. Some of them and other men called by God put his Words and His Life in writing to make it known to all future generations. After his conversion and his call to ministry, Paul himself wrote the Lord's commandments to the Church in the form of letters.
A major prophet sent in accordance with biblical promises, Brother Branham was aware that his Message had to travel the world and reach the most remote corners of our planet. On the Lord's recommendation, he expressed a great concern to see the Message, the Gospel of the end time, be disseminated in the form of tapes, pamphlets and books to serve as a testimony in all nations.