"To answer your question," I said, "now, I do not take either sides with you brethren. And I know, as long as you fuss, you're both wrong. See? Because I would rather be wrong in my doctrine and right in my heart, than to be right in my doctrine and wrong in my heart." See? I said, "After all, it's your heart's condition."
And I made that a practice to know this, that if a man, no matter what he does and how much he differs and what he says about me, if in my heart--not from just a duty--but from my heart I can't love that man as well as I love anyone else, then I know there's something wrong in here. See? That's right.
-- Brother Branham
April 25, 1961 breakfast