For I feel a divine jealousy for you, since I betrothed you to one husband, to present you as a pure virgin to Christ. But I am afraid that as the serpent deceived Eve by his cunning, your thoughts will be led astray from a sincere and pure devotion to Christ. For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus than the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit from the one you received, or if you accept a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough. -- 2Corinthians 11: 2-4 (ESV)
The article on Charisma News jumped out at me like a sneaky squid spirit is known to do. "Prophetic Visions: Jesus Is Handing Out Blueprints to His Army of Kings " was the title and I admit I thought, "Jennifer is that you?" While Jennifer Leclaire is still the master of the theater of the absurd, this article linked above is from someone named Wai-Yee Schmidt, who apparently fancies herself a "marketplace minister." She proudly lists herself as being under the covering of another bizarre false prophet, Ryan LeStrange. So it is no wonder that this article leaves reality pretty quickly. You must understand that while this is low hanging fruit to debunk with the bible, it is also mainstream within Pentecostal circles. That thought should frighten us as the end times draw closer. That people would be easy to follow the demonic reminded me of the key verses today. Paul expressing the very same concern for the Church at Corinth. That if someone presents a different Christ or a different gospel or a different spirit then the one given already through scripture the church puts up with it readily enough. Just consider this for a moment. Jennifer Leclaire once prophesied that she was under attack from a "sneaky squid spirit." Instead of being laughed and mocked out of any serious church discussions, she continued as editor for Charisma and this past week was in the Philippines to spread her false teaching. That someone like Wai-Yee Schmidt can pay some duty to a huckster like Ryan LeStrange and voila; now she is given religious street cred is imbecilic! Let us reason together through the linked article and see the sheer lunacy being accepted today by people who are churched but clearly deceived. Do not lose sight of that over-arching point. The millions of people who fall for this garbage are the same who will stand before Christ and say "Lord Lord" from Matthew 7. They need the real Gospel because they are the new mission field.
"This past year, the Lord has been redeeming my business background to birth a unique assignment. The Lord has shown me that it is time to call out those appointed to be kings, teach them to arise and take territory in the world, outside of the church walls, for Jesus. I received the first vision on this in January, but since then there has been nothing, until I toured Israel recently with David Herzog Ministries. My time there was a prophetic awakening, saturated with visions and impartations." -- Wai-Yee Schmidt
Redeeming and birthing -- two code speak words within Charismatic circles. And shifting. Something is always shifting, usually in the heavens as something else comes into alignment. Yeah that's it. Next we see that NAR influence that believes we are supposed to take over the world for Jesus, which is supported nowhere in scripture. Of course there is the obligatory self-aggrandizement as apparently, we are not mere servants of Christ but apparently kings! The church is supposed to be in the business of worshiping God not worshipping ourselves. Israel is leveraged to lend more credibility to the nonsense that follows. Apparently Schmidt believes that she received a prophetic awakening saturated with visions and impartations. How special for her except as we shall see, these visions were not from God. The bible teaches us that Satan and his emissaries disguise themselves as angels of light.
"Vision 1. The day after my article, "The Transfer of Wealth," was published on Elijah List (Jan. 17, 2018) I had this vision: Jesus was wearing a long golden robe studded with gems and precious stones. There was a boundless crowd standing before Him. He was throwing out many crowns into the masses (Rev. 19:12: "on His head are many crowns.") There were crowns for entrepreneurs, CEOs, investment experts, real estate moguls, tech innovators, actors, artists, musicians, educators and last but not least, politicians. However, many of these crowns fell to the wayside, into the puddles of mud and onto the ground. Most of the crowd was either dodging the crowns flying towards them or standing there frozen, like a deer in headlights. One or two courageously lunged forward to catch the crowns." -- Wai-Yee Schmidt
Just so we understand what we are dealing with, I looked up her transfer of wealth article. It was an unintelligible hodge-podge of numerology designed to make the reader believe that God is about transfer the wealth from all of those unbelieving heathens to good Christina people like us. Ugh. How did she receive this direct download from the throne room? Well the Dow Jones had closed that day at 25,075 and her license plate has 757 in it as well and dontchya know that 7 is the number for perfection and maturity while 5 is the number of grace? This apparently means that God is calling for all mature believers to reach through the open window into heaven's storehouse and take what we want in this opportunity of wealth transfer. Just as an aside, God apparently also told her that we as Christians we were designed to own real estate. I kid you not beloved. She actually published this and the Elijah List and her mentor Ryan LeStrange promoted her.
Back to this false prophecy however and we see that Schmidt references Revelation 19:12, which is the prophetic scene of Christ's return. Solid orthodoxy knows that the crowns belong to Him. They are His. He is the King of Kings. We are his servants. Not so in the mind of the depraved where Jesus tosses His crowns to us! These crowns apparently represent the carnal assignments we are supposed to undertake on earth. But our poor Savior! He cannot accomplish His own purposes if we do not catch the crowns correctly! What a powerless God Wai-Yee serves! Sarcasm aside, how arrogant is this theology? The 24 elders cast their crowns back to their Savior but Wai-Lee Schmidt believes God casts them back to her.