You don't judge man by muscle, you judge man by character

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Somebody say, "Isn't he a man?" He's got shoulders that wide and arms that big. He might be a brute, but he might not have a ounce of man in him. That's right.

You don't judge man by muscle, you judge man by character.

I seen men that weighed two hundred pounds and would throw a baby out of a mother's arms and ravish her for his own beastly lust. That's right.

You don't judge a man by the callous in his hand, but by the bags in the knees of his pants where he's been praying. Hallelujah. That's what we need today, some more men like that, got real godly old fashion Holy Ghost conviction.

-- Brother Branham
December 1, 1953