No Jennifer. You did not get the concept of mega grace from the Bible. It came from your lying heart. It was not the mega grace of God that allowed the apostles to deliver their testimony. It was the Holy Spirit. That is the power. Before Pentecost, Peter denied knowing Christ and after he is delivering a sermon to 3000 people. That is not mega grace -- it is the Holy Spirit. The Bible makes this abundantly clear. Jesus did not say wait in Jerusalem so that His mega-grace could be poured out.
When I look through Scripture, I see the patriarchs moving. Abraham moved. Isaac moved. Jacob moved. Judah moved. Joseph moved. Moses moved. Goliath moved--but then David moved and God moved! Here are four ways to press into a mega move in your life: - Jennifer Leclaire
You have got to be kidding me. Jennifer Leclaire now insults the collective intelligence of her audience. So her false prophecy has the word "move" and look! People in the Bible moved! Whoa. This must be form God, except of course, everyone moves at some point in their lives don't they? Most people move multiple times. Here are Jennifer's four tips for pressing in; whatever that means:
1) Get ready to press. There will be resistance to your mega move. You have to be willing to press. In Philippians 4:12-14, Paul said, "Not that I have already attained or have already been perfected, but I follow after it so that I may lay hold of that for which I was seized by Christ Jesus. Brothers, I do not count myself to have attained, but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, I press toward the goal to the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." -- Jennifer Leclaire
Jennifer is not yet done mangling Scripture in pursuit of her carnal prophecy. First of all this portion of Scripture comes from Philippians Three, not Philippians Four. Secondly, this key is part of the NAR playbook. Prepare people for the inevitability of someone pointing out how unbiblical this all is. Jennifer is saying you have to press past them, you know just like Paul advises; except that is not quite what Paul is saying. Beloved the high calling of God in Christ Jesus is not found in silly, empty prophecies designed to tickle and scratch our itching ears. Regaling us with stories about supernatural favor and making the impossible possible. This also follows a section about our righteousness through faith in Christ. That is what Paul is saying is not perfected. That is why he is saying he has to not look at past successes but rather continue on towards the goal. We know that Jennifer just Googled "Bible verses with the word "press" and voila! How transparent.
2) Lay aside the weights. The old baggage has to go. The limiting beliefs have to go. The fear has to go. Hebrews 12:1-4 tells us, "Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith, let us strip off every weight that slows us down, especially the sin that so easily trips us up. And let us run with endurance the race God has set before us. We do this by keeping our eyes on Jesus, the champion who initiates and perfects our faith." -- Jennifer Leclaire
More NAR code speak. The "limiting beliefs" refers to sound biblical doctrine. The usual refrain is that other people try to put "God in a box" and you have to walk away from those limiting beliefs. I understand why they must include this caveat because anyone with an open Bible and a fifth grade reading comprehension can see that what they are promoting is unbiblical. Just like there was no sneaky squid spirit and there are no angels of abundant harvest, May has not been declared Mega May by God. In case you were wondering, she did not use the Hebrews verses correctly either.
3) Consider your thoughts, words and deeds. Everything you think, say and do either moves you close to God's will or away from it. What are your thoughts moving you toward? What are your words moving you toward? What are your actions moving you toward? Your last movement is a result of your thoughts, words and deeds. -- Jennifer Leclaire