"I like how The Passion Translation says it, "Listen to this eternal truth: The person who sneaks over the wall to enter into the sheep pen, rather than coming through the gate, reveals himself as a thief coming to steal." If that's not clear enough, consider The Message rendition, "Let me set this before you as plainly as I can. If a person climbs over or through the fence of a sheep pen instead of going through the gate, you know he's up to no good--a sheep rustler!" Wolves in sheep's clothing, you are exposed. As they say in Nicaragua, "An enemy exposed is an enemy defeated." You couldn't build your own ministry so you had to seduce personnel from successful ministry leaders--but you will fail anyway. You couldn't build your own platform, so you had to weasel your way onto someone else's and prophesy to their followers until they followed you. You couldn't write your own book, so you had to plagiarize from another author. You couldn't get a pure word from the Lord, so you had to recycle someone else's. I see you." - Jennifer Leclaire
Knowing that you would even quote the heretical "Passion" paraphrase only further reveals your own lack of discernment. What is interesting here is the tell. Jennifer gives up some of her personal grievances that exist within the false prophecy world she lives in. In her world other false prophets must be seducing her personnel to leave or prophesy to her victims and convince them to follow them instead. They plagiarize or steal other false words from each other. Everyone wants a piece of the sneaky squid!
"Wolves in sheep's clothing, you are exposed. You aren't willing to pay the price for the anointing, so you operate in hype. You aren't willing to sacrifice the time in prayer it takes to receive prophetic revelation, so you fake it and you think you made it--but you will soon fall headlong into the snare you set for your victims. You didn't study to show yourself approved, so you twist the Word for your own purposes. I see you. Wolves in sheep's clothing, Jesus has sent us out in your midst, and we are wise as serpents and harmless as doves (see Matt. 10:16). We are shrewd to your sinister sabotage. We are cautious and discerning to your ravenous ways. We are crafty against your wily witchcraft. We are prudent against your false prophetic power. Because we see you." - Jennifer Leclaire
The anointing is a fake term used by false prophets and teachers that conveys that God has somehow touched or blessed their false prophecy, which He has not. Apparently, there is a price associated with it. What I find interesting here is her strong comeuppance against hype. Perhaps she means this kind of hype:
"This practical spiritual warfare intensive will remind you of the things one often forgets in the face of an enemy onslaught and reveal new strategies you aren't practicing. Find rest in the midst of spiritual storms, break the power of Satan's devices, and live a life of victory."
"Over the last 20 years, I've learned how to bind, loose, cast out devils and more. But in the last few years, the Holy Spirit has shown me sometimes only a decree will make the devil flee. I want to teach you how to make decrees over your life that will send the devil packing." 54
"Let's be real. There's still a lot of opposition and error in the apostolic and relatively few current resources you can trust to help you in your calling. I've been moving in the apostolic for nearly 20 years--and I've seen the good, the bad and the ugly. I've seen the extremes and the abuses--but I've also seen the fruit of true apostleship and apostolic believers."
The first quote is from Jennifer's course in "Tactical Warfare, Proven Strategies for Overcoming Demonic Attacks." Wow that sounds cool and for those who thought the $397 price tag was too rich? Jennifer has lowered it down to just 97 dollars! I didn't see that coming but then again, I never joined her school of prophets. The second quote is Jennifer's course on "Decrees that make the Devil Flee." This one is not too hyped at only $54. The hype train is in overdrive however for the last quote. For only $600 per year this is a three-year instruction on how to be an apostle. Now now, I know what you're thinking. "But I thought only people who walked with Jesus were apostles." You of course would be right, leaving Ms. Leclaire as being over hyped and false. It is also interesting that she rails against the wolves because they twist the word for their own purposes. Maybe she means when you reference the mention of Leviathan in order to create a $138 dollar course on fighting "marine demons." Or maybe she means when you abuse Joel's prophecy about pouring out my spirit to create a network of false prophets and teachers called 'Ignite", all under your covering, for a mere $360 per year. We do see you Jennifer, oh yes.