I hear the future, I witness the future, I live the future and I bring it back. Sometimes I don’t always interpret the future correctly. Sometimes I may misinterpret the future, but that doesn’t make me a false prophet.” Kim Clement

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  1. […] } From the blog, In the hedge with David J: Kim Clement’s explains why he is not a false prophet (video included) “I hear the future, I witness the future, I live the future and I bring it back. […]

  2. Acidri says:

    Well next he will be saying, “‘Ooops!I changed my mind’ sayeth the Lord”.If he is standing in a office of messenger from God or alleged prophet and he gives uncertain messages then isnt his god uncertain?In the old testament he would have been stoned.That is if he was lucky…in some cases the whole family would be put to death. Divinations and “looking into peoples futures” is a old dirty trick in the book. It doesnt authenticate your ministry.Lucky for Mr Clement he has a following still ready to push a side their Bibles (Word of God) and encourage him to speak as a spirit leads.What next will he be upto next? There is only one word that comes to mind when you meet such people….Flee!

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