January 24, 1950

68 years ago today was one of the most important days in history for the Bride of Jesus Christ. At the Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, Texas, the Pillar Of Fire was photographed for the first time in world history above our prophet, Brother William Marrion Branham. Brother Branham speaks of the Pillar Of Fire all the way back to the Logos in the beginning! It makes you think of how much the Lord loved that humble servant to let him have the first picture in history with Jesus Christ Himself.

As you may remember, last year at Creations we devoted our whole week to learning about the Pillar Of Fire. We felt that something as important as this deserved to be studied every year! The devil has been fighting us tooth and nail throughout the process of preparing this class, but that just showed us how much more we needed to do it and what a blessing it would be in the end! And we were right! We’ve been working hard and created a booklet for the Pillar Of Fire class we had yesterday. It’s full of activities and makes learning about the Pillar Of Fire even more enjoyable for the kids (and us!). Here we have the link to take you to the tutorial. The first PDF is the lesson and flannel graph. The second is the actual booklet that you can print off and do at home (when printing, print as a booklet).

We encourage everyone to do this booklet at home, or even have your own Creations class! It’s amazing how much doing little activities like this can really help you remember! If you do, don’t forget to take pictures and send them to creations@youngfoundations.org. May the Lord bless you and we hope you enjoy!