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Leclaire Lunacy This Week -- The Devil's Digital Dossier

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As if on cue, Leclaire mangles John 10:10, as she always does, and I have provided it with context as our key verses today. I do so because Jennifer always misuses this verse. She is hardly alone in that but please read the key verses today and ask yourself -- who is the thief? The life the Good Shepherd seeks to bring us is eternal life through the preached Gospel. The thief are the false teachers and prophets, like Jennifer, and they bring us death by lying to us about the Gospel. John 10:10 is not talking about the enemy. It is talking about false teachers and prophets.

"The Holy Spirit shows us things to come (see John 16:13). In this encounter, I saw the enemy's strategy, in part. Now I know in part and I see in part (see 1 Cor. 13:9) and can respond accordingly. Accusations against me are nothing new, and false accusations are almost as old as the world itself. I am sure you can relate. Paul told Timothy: "Indeed, all who delight in pursuing righteousness and are determined to live godly lives in Christ Jesus will be hunted and persecuted [because of their faith]" (1 Tim. 3:12, AMP). And Christ said in Matthew 5:11-12 (AMPC): "Blessed (happy, to be envied, and spiritually prosperous--with life-joy and satisfaction in God's favor and salvation, regardless of your outward conditions) are you when people revile you and persecute you and say all kinds of evil things against you falsely on My account. Be glad and supremely joyful, for your reward in heaven is great (strong and intense), for in this same way people persecuted the prophets who were before you." -- Jennifer Leclaire

Delusions of grandeur at their best. Jennifer Leclaire is a charlatan fleecing the flock of God. Just visit her website and see the cost of doing business with her. Hundreds of dollars to join her fake prophetic network. Hundreds more and she will teach you how to become a prophet, which is supposed to be a calling from God. For less than a hundred bucks she can teach you how to drown marine demons -- no I am not joking. When people point this out along with her absolutely stupid prophecies, she takes it as "persecution." If so, she is being persecuted by her own words and by her own greed. I do not need to fabricate anything when it comes to Jennifer Leclaire because the truth is so much more interesting and condemning. I guess she missed that entry in the devil's digital dossier.

"Slander is not pretty. It means "to defame someone; to harm their reputation; to disgrace; or to accuse." Slander is a tool of the accuser of the brethren (Rev. 12:10). Consider this: the word "slanderer" in 1 Timothy 3:11 is the same word used for "devil." When we slander someone, we are acting like devils. We are mirroring the character of Satan. We can't walk in the anointing God has for us and mirror the character of Satan at the same time. We just can't. No one likes to be slandered. I don't enjoy it. It makes me sorrow for the one who's committing the sin. The Bible says, "Whoever privately slanders his neighbor, Him I will destroy" (Ps. 101:5, MEV). And Romans 1:30-32 suggests backbiters are worthy of death. Paul told us not to keep company with a believer who has "a foul tongue [railing, abusing, reviling, slandering]" (1 Cor. 5:11, AMP)--Scripture actually lists the slanderer among the sexually immoral, the covetous, idolaters, drunkards and extortioners. The point is, God hates slander." -- Jennifer Leclaire

Yes Jennifer, God hates slander and do you know why? Because slander is a lie. It is bearing false witness. That is the point you keep missing. It is not slander if it is true. Even legally you cannot prosecute or sue someone for slander or libel if what was said was true. So when you come out and say you saw a sneaky squid spirit and I say you are either lying or deceived -- that is not slander because it is true. When you say you are commanding legions of angels and I say you are either lying or delusional that is not slander because it is true. If you really want to worry Jennifer start looking up the verses for how God feels about people who lie in His name.

"With regard to my encounter, my first response is to pray against the slander manifesting. These bullet-pointed accusations were like bullets in the enemy's gun, some of which he fired. I feel confident the accusations I did not see were bullets the enemy has not yet released. So I bind the accusations, and I examine my heart to make sure I am walking circumspectly and worth of my calling so I can claim 1 Peter 3:17, " For [it is] better to suffer [unjustly] for doing right, if that should be God's will, than to suffer [justly] for doing wrong." -- Jennifer Leclaire

Are you kidding me? You think the devil is firing a gun at you? He loves you! You lead so many people away from Jesus Christ, how could he not? Even if you were right with the Lord you have no power to bind anything. That is yet another scripture you simply do not understand. It has always been a bit of a conundrum for me as to the true nature of Leclaire. When I see how she is all about stealing money from the sheep I think she is simply false and knows she is. That when she speaks or writes she knows full well she is lying. Then I see things like what is written above and she also seems so deceived. That she is surrounded by demons and she thinks they are all angels that convince her she is public enemy number one of the devil and his digital dossier. Either way we need to mark her and stay as far away as we can. She concludes:

"Next, I determine in my heart that if and when slander manifests, I won't be overcome with evil, but I will overcome evil with good (v. 21). I will rejoice when I am persecuted because I know that when I respond the right way, I am blessed. My first response is to pray for those who persecute me. And pray. And pray. And pray some more. It keeps my heart clean. And the God who gave me a heads-up in this encounter is the God of my vindication." -- Jennifer Leclaire

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