According to Kim Clement, it appears that God wants to topple “two massive leaders” before Christmas. Here’s an excerpt from the Elijah List article:
Prophesied on November 26, 2011 – From The Den:
I wanted to chat with you about a few things – teach you about angels because I told you – this is going to be a week of visitations and truly it has been, and you’re going to find out that between now and Christmas big things are going to happen, especially the toppling of two massive leaders that I believe God wants down before Christmas and around this season, and that’s Iran and Syria. So just watch what’s going to be happening in the next few weeks.
Let me be the first to say that I am all for the “toppling” of the Iranian and Syrian regimes, but I think Kim has put himself out on a limb here . . . again.
I wanted to bring this out because I believe it’s time for us to start holding our “prophets” accountable for their words. Not to be “mean spirited” about it, but this needs to stop.
- Are we going to continue to listen to these people just because we like their personality or the sound of their “pretty music”?
- Are we going to continue to hold our “modern day prophets” in high regard when their “prophecy fulfillment” track record is terrible?
- Are we really that gullible? . . . Or is it because we love our ears scratched?
Hey, if Kim Clement’s prophecy comes true, I will be the first to say/write publicly, “Congratulations, you heard from God!” I DO NOT have anything against Him, personally. But if it does NOT happen, it was a false prophecy, and we owe it to ourselves to remember and not sweep it under the rug.
Mark your calendars, Body of Christ. Know the difference between True and false prophets and act accordingly.Kevin Kleint
Originally written 12.26.2012
Postscript: I apologize for not being able to link to the original post. This text is no longer in the Elijah List archive. “Disappearing” failed prophecies is a regular phenomenon with Steve Shultz and company.