"The Lord revealed that most were paralyzed because they felt unworthy to catch the gem-studded crowns. They didn't think they were good enough to assume the identity of kings. The few who caught their crowns started picking up the other crowns and collected as many as they could, like little kids picking up candy falling out of a birthday pinata. Remember Matthew 25:29a? " For to everyone who has will more be given, and he will have an abundance." I have pondered this vision and shared it through my Kings and Wealth Conference in May. Otherwise, Vision 1 was on the prophetic back burner. 1 Corinthians 13:9 states that prophecy is revealed in part. In time, more was unveiled. Nine months later in Israel, I received Parts 2 and 3 and felt the urgency to release them." -- Wai-Yee Schmidt
Apparently, this vision is so demonic it requires three parts. So let me see if I have this right. Jesus decides to cast His own crowns upon His creation because we are supposed to be kings. They each carry certain roles, such as CEO, investment expert or real estate mogul. Most refuse to try and catch them because they correctly feel they are not worthy but the ones that did catch them then turn and pick up the other crowns? I thought the crown had a role for the person it was intended for! Instead if you are greedy you can be an investment banker and real estate mogul! Does anyone else have a serious problem with this? So the more selfish and self-centered you are -- the more crowns you can gobble up! Absolute narcissistic blaster being passed off as a Word from God!
"Vision 2. The moment I physically placed my hands on the Western Wall, I saw numerous rows of golden crowns studded with gems, diamonds and pearls, with a long line of kings getting ready for the coronation. I heard pulsating drums, flutes and music fit for a king's procession. At the same time, there was massive bloodshed. The kings were warring, battling to conquer and taking territory.
Vision 3. On Oct. 3, 2018, we were at Bethel, where David Herzog taught extensively that there is an open heaven's portal. I got to experience that firsthand. As soon as I laid my head down on a flat rock, a myriad of flickering, fast-moving images rushed at me. I saw a massive temple with enormous steps paved in gold leading up to it. Then I saw an army of kings, not only draped but dripping in gold, ascending the massive steps and heading toward the temple. Jesus was crowned and dressed in gold. Blueprints were rapidly being handed out to the kings, one after another. Books, volumes, instructions, and STRATEGIES were being distributed. I saw calculators in the dark with hands typing on them furiously." -- Wai-Yee Schmidt
Beloved, there is no open heaven portal. This is more nonsense from the folks at Bethel that like to sell false signs and lying wonders. It is clear by this point that Wai-Yee Schmidt is utterly compromised with this cabal of false teachers. Bethel teaches that you can prophesy by using Eastern meditation tricks such as emptying your mind. Students are taught that the first thing that pops into their mind is God speaking to them and must be uttered prophetically. This is how they even teach their worship leaders! Now in reality what is happening is they are violating scripture that says God has given us a sound mind. Only the devil wants our minds empty. The bible also teaches us that our hearts not just wicked but deceitfully wicked. Our hearts LIE to us all of the time. So more often than not it is our lying deceitful heart that provides what just pops into our heads. Or the devil himself. I do not doubt that Wai-Lee had this vision of blueprints and strategies it just did not come from God. How do I know that? Because NAR dominionism is pure heresy. God is not raising up and army of kings to conquer the seven mountains of culture. He is not orchestrating a great wealth transfer or casting His crowns to you so you can become rich, for Jesus of course.
"The Call to Emerging Kings and Healing of the Divide between Kings and Priests. A message is emerging and crystallizing as I attempt to piece the three visions together. For too long, believers have been enveloped by lies of unworthiness resulting in fear and paralysis in taking the world for kingdom purposes. The word "kings" not only refers to political leaders, as we commonly understand it, but to us as God's born-again children having the identity and DNA of kings. Jesus is the King of kings (Rev. 19:16). The words "success" and "wealth" have been thought taboo in Christian circles for too long. The born-again CEO living for kingdom purposes is rare. The idea of believers rising up to be successful and to take leadership in the world (in media, business, government and so on.) has been unthinkable. Contrary to the undisputed mandate of dominion in Genesis 1:26 to be fruitful and multiply, to fill the earth and subdue it, to have dominion over everything on the earth, many find wealthy Christians offensive." -- Wai-Yee Schmidt
Sigh. Genesis does not say to take dominion over the seven cultural mountains. This is the tale of the creation of man after all of the animals were created. The dominion was meant to be over the animals, not other people.
Then God said, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth." -- Genesis 1:26 (ESV)