'Although the ultimate separation won't come until the judgment of the nations, Jesus describes in Matthew 25:31-46, we will see exposure this year of those who are abusing the new wine or who are not holding it in vessels of honor. In 2 Timothy 2:20-23, Paul told his spiritual son: "In a large house there are not only gold and silver vessels, but also those of wood and clay; some are for honor, and some for dishonor. One who cleanses himself from these things will be a vessel for honor, sanctified, fit for the Master's use, and prepared for every good work. So flee youthful desires and pursue righteousness, faith, love, and peace, with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart. But avoid foolish and unlearned debates, knowing that they create strife."' -- Jennifer Leclaire
No, no. a thousand times no! You do not do exegesis like this! The verses in Matthew 25 are very explicit and offer no wiggle room to pretend that we will see some of it this year, especially in your silly paradigm of new wine and vessels of honor, which you made up on your own. The verses about goats and sheep are there for a reason Jennifer. They are there to show the judgment we will face and not for you to coopt to sell your next book on false prophecy. We are the vessels of honor Paul speaks about. We are the ones who must flee unrighteousness. We must discern that Jennifer Leclaire is to be marked and avoided at all cost to our souls and the souls of any who may fall for her teaching. Mercifully, she concludes:
"Only those who pursue righteousness will be able to hold the new wine. Those who abuse spiritual gifts, merchandise the saints, exert false charisma and the like will be exposed in the eyes of those who have clean hands and a pure heart." -- Jennifer Leclaire
Wow. If you asked me to define Jennifer Leclaire the top three definitions would be abusing spiritual gifts, merchandising the saints and false charisma. Let us start with her rampant abuse of spiritual gifts. Jennifer actually operates a "school" out of a motel room at the Fort Lauderdale Airport where she claims to be able to teach the gift of prophecy. Even though the bible makes it clear that only the Holy Spirit decides who gets what gift and at what time to meet what specific need. This is the textbook definition of abusing the gifts. Perhaps more laughable is her reference to merchandising the saints! The aforementioned school of the prophets will run you over 400 bucks. Then she has a school of the seer for another 300. For another $500 you can join her network of seers. She can sell you a video teaching on how to drown water spirits such as mermen, I kid you not. For $431 you can be mentored in prayer with her, although the second year the rate jumps to $2400. For $700 you can learn the secrets of best-selling authors. Just a heads up that she is one of the authors. I think you get the point. Jennifer Leclaire's entire existence is sustained by fleecing the flock, you know, making merchandise of the sheep. As for false charisma, that is her staple. She has claimed that there are sneaky squid spirits stalking her. She has claimed the ability to release and command angels. She is the embodiment of false charisma. Beloved, there are no spirits of innovation accelerated into new wineskins. There is just another false prophet trying to make merchandise of you by utterly eviscerating any bible verse she can get her hands on. I didn't even need to be in a company of seers to see that.
Reverend Anthony Wade -- September 17, 2018