Friday, July 6, 2007

Kim Clement prophesy somewhat fulfilled

I posted a message back on May 23rd while reading an article about Kim Clement being a 'new age' prophet. I'm still on the fence about that, I have to look at scripture a bit more on the topic. I know there's a passage about a prophet saying things that come to pass and THEN telling you to follow another God being a test -- and that you are NOT to use the pretext of a fulfilled prophesy as a reason to follow another God.

This speaks to the subject, from Deut. 18:21-22 (KJV) "And if thou say in thine heart, How shall we know the word which the Lord hath not spoken? When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him."
And of course there are also many false prophets mentioned in the Old Testament. I also know that some prophesies require the fullness of time before you can say it wasn't the truth. But IF someone is being blatantly unscriptural and/or won't repent if such a thing is pointed out to them, then obviously that's not a good thing.
But, there was a prophesy fulfilled recently, so I wanted to be fair and post something here about it. On Jan. 14, 2006 Kim said that Hillary Clinton would credit her faith with saving her marriage. I read the prophesy on his website sometime after that. Following is the link to his website: (Jan. 14, 2006 - Orlando FL)

On June 6th, 2007 there was an online article about an interview with all of the Democratic candidates about their faith, and Hillary did indeed credit her faith with saving her marriage. I don't see that the entire prophesy has come true, since it also says something about God having dealt with her heart not to be President of this Nation -- and yet, she's running for the 2008 nomination. (I recall at that time she was making noises that she wasn't going to run, so who knows? And if anyone cares, I repented of being a Democrat around 1995 and now lean more Libertarian / Republican / Constitutional parties since I don't believe a person can put their faith in God, and in the State - i.e. socialism, which is what the Democratic party has become. At the time it was a general distaste for the hypocrisy I saw in the party.)

There are some other prophesies he's made that I'm praying do come to pass, since they're far more optimistic about the happenings in the USA than what I see happening right now. I'll post it here if or when they do.

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