Working for the Elijah List – My Testimony


Elijah List – A Hub of Deception

elijah-listBetween the years 2001-2008, Kevin Kleint was the web master for the Elijah List, the largest distributor of false “prophecy” for the Prophetic Movement. During this time, he learned some very difficult, yet beneficial, lessons about God, the “prophetic movement” and life in general. What’s more, he witnessed “first hand” the deception that goes on behind the scenes in what was (possibly) the most popular prophetic email ministry of the time.

If you read the following posts, you will gain insight into:

  • True Grace vs. False Grace
  • Idolatry and Witchcraft in “the Prophetic Movement”
  • How the Elijah List rose in popularity after 9-11
  • The exploitation and deception of the next generation
  • How modern day prophets twist scripture to keep themselves “above reproach”
  • How God’s faithfulness can (and will) bring you back to His side by just doing “the basics”

These posts have angered some who are “neck-deep” in the modern day “prophetic movement” (especially those who are profiting), and they have been a confirmation to others who knew that something was “off” all along.Keep in mind, it is important to read ALL 10 POSTS to get a full picture of where Kevin is coming from.

Elijah List Testimony

  1. Elijah List – Intro
  2. In the Beginning
  3. First Impressions Crumble
  4. My Experience with Todd Bentley
  5. Dismantling the Wall
  6. Mortar in the Wall
  7. Wicked Roots
  8. Lack of Discernment has a Price
  9. The Next Generation
  10. My Way Home
  11. Post-Prophetic Rehab – How to Get Back on Track

For the Truth,

Kevin Kleint

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  1. Paul Chastain says

    I have had grave misgivings about Chuck Pierce, one of the “prophetic” movements’ poster children. When I lived in California, he came to Bakersfield yearly, to “prophecy”. His track record of accuracy is abysmal. He “prohesied” earthquakes, tidal waves, super-revivals, NONE OF WHICH EVER CAMP TO PASS. This was done every year during his yearly visit to a mega-church. As far as I’m concerned, this man does not fit the description of a True Prophet of God. I subscribe to the O. T. requirement to speak for God. You’re either right, or you’re dead. If these people say it’s okay to be wrong, then they are not true prophets.