Kim Clement Admits he is a False Prophet

 Kim Clement admits to false prophecyRecently a ‘prophet’ was exposed by DTW as being false – Ivin from 220Generation prophecied on the 20th Jan 2009 saying that God spoke to him through a thunderstorm.  God told Ivin that 5 atrocities have occurred or will occur within the next couple of months and be shown on the news, and will shock South Africa half to death and bring the fear of the Lord back to the people of this country.  These things have not come to pass by a long shot.  http://www.discerningtheworld.com/2010/07/23/the-fires-of-hell-burn-bright-for-220genergation.

Kim Clement is sitting in the same situation…

 

Kim Clement

It’s the same old song and tap-dance

Scenario: A man claims to be a prophet of God. After being caught in multiple false prophecies, he becomes offended, defensive, and all teary-eye when he receives “negative” feedback from Christians who apply the Biblical tests and expose him as a false prophet.

With a wink and a nod, the false prophet makes excuses, seeks sympathy from his followers, and goes to great lengths to twist Scripture to maintain his self-appointed position and following. He feeds his deep-seated pride and arrogance by rewriting and reinterpreting God’s written word. He leads his followers to a false god. His desire is to be the final authority-without question-despite what God’s word says.

It needs to be restated over and over again: Throughout the Bible, God has ZERO TOLERANCE for false prophets. There is no fellowship between God and false prophets (Deuteronomy chapter 13; Deuteronomy 18:20-22; Jeremiah 14:14; Jeremiah 23:31-32; Ezekiel 13:9; Matthew 7:21-23; 2 Peter 2:1).

False prophets are NOT members of the body of Christ, nor are they brothers and sisters in Christ. Every false prophet will have his or her day of reckoning with God at God’s appointed time (Matthew 7:21-23; Revelation 20:11-15).

Just as one cannot be a thief and a law abiding citizen at the same time, one cannot be a false and true prophet at the same time.

Singing and dancing

Known as the “singing prophet,” Kim Clement is a self-proclaimed prophet of God who sings “new revelations” from God and tap-dances his way around false prophecies at the drop of a hat.

In the following paragraphs from an article titled, “Special Message,” note that Kim Clement’s admission to being a false prophet carries with it a subtle warning to his followers, as well as those who would dare speak a word against him:

I want you to have a good time and I want you to know something, that I am genuinely in love with God. I don’t have to tell you that, but I want you to know that I do. And there will also be critics that will be watching now because you don’t understand prophecy, and I understand that. Half the time I don’t even understand myself.

The Bible says we prophesy in part and when I prophesy, I prophesy what I hear. “Kim, are you ever wrong?” Yes I am.  So, if you’re out there to trick me or trip me up, you are wasting your time because I go to God three times a day and I pray. And if I’ve done something that may have misrepresented him I ask him to forgive me. If you don’t fully understand the prophecies it’s best that you don’t get up and try to pull me to pieces making out that I’m a false prophet. There’s a big difference between a false prophet and a true prophet. Now some of you and a lot of you wrote to me and you blessed me, and I thank you for that, but some of your wrote in with concerns that I said some things on this last broadcast where I prophesied from God which I will not apologize about, but I used some language. [June 24, 2010, http://kimclementvault.com/prophecyread.asp?num=410 , emp. added]

Amazing. Simply amazing. When a false prophet looks his audience in the eye and admits he is a false prophet, the long and winding deceptive train has arrived, belching its poisonous steam down the throats of the innocent.

Decision time

Kim Clement is a prophet of God only because he says he is. He sings an incredibly deceptive siren’s song which, like the Sirens in Greek mythology, he woos and sings to his followers, and becons them to crash their spiritual boats onto the rocky shore of destruction and death.

Kim Clement avoids the Biblical warnings on false prophets in favor of “new revelations from God” and what he claims to hear. But God’s written word judged Clement a false prophet the moment he uttered his first false prophecy. He downplays the very God he claims to worship, and tap-dances around God’s holy and inspired word to his own destruction.

Kim Clement is a false prophet. He is to be avoided at all costs.

And how can Christians recognise a false prophet?

Jesus warned us that “false Christs and false prophets” will come and will attempt to deceive even God’s elect (Matthew 24:23-27; see also 2 Peter 3:3 and Jude 17-18). The best way to guard yourself against falsehood and false teachers is to know the truth. To spot a counterfeit, study the real thing. Any believer who “correctly handles the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15) and who makes a careful study of the Bible can identify false doctrine. For example, a believer who has read the activities of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in Matthew 3:16-17 will immediately question any doctrine that denies the Trinity. Therefore, step one is to study the Bible and judge all teaching by what the Scripture says. [ http://www.gotquestions.org/false-teachers.html ]

Take your pick:    Kim Clement or God.

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Please read this article:  False Prophet Kim Clement – A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

This article examines Kim Clements teaching in-depth, and lists all this failed prophecies to date.  

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Tom Lessing (Discerning the World)

I’m sure you will agree that it is not nasty to ask you how you were saved.

But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear: (1 Peter 3:15)

Would you mind telling us how you were saved?

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear L Green  :hi:

You say you are born again yet Kim Clement says that no where in the Bible does it say you must be born again because the treasure (divine spark) has been inside you all along. See above comment: https://www.discerningtheworld.com/2010/08/01/kim-clement-admits-he-is-a-false-prophet/#comment-486209

I’m going to ask you very nicely, with lots of love; who’s side are you on, Kim Clements or Jesus Christ’s side?

Paul B

I am stunned by so much of what I’ve read. The wolves in sheep’s clothing and false prophets are a danger to the Church, but mistakes are not…especially if they are confessed

But one thing I see is lacking, love for one another (which is how non-believers will recognise true believers). True, highlight false teachings always, but it’s bad to condemn people unless they are harming the salvation of others.

Kim said some things presumptuously and those need to be highlighted as false but to condemn the man to hell is not fair, righteous, or our duty. God is judge of his eternal destiny, not us. I’ve made doctrinal mistakes over the years but I’d be horrified if fellow believers labeled me a false teacher.

Blessed are the merciful, especially for those who acknowledge their faults and shortcomings. Peace to all.

Paul B

Just read Kim doesn’t believe you must be born again. This is a false doctrine that Jesus contradicts when speaking to Nicodemus and should be condemned. This also appears to be something that could bring harm to people’s salvation and therefore identifies Kim as a false teacher, false prophet, and a wolf in sheep’s clothing. If this is true, which it appears to be, we should avoid all his teachings forthwith. Trust Gods Word and you’ll never be deceived! Praise be to the Father and to our Lord Jesus the Christ!

Tom (Discerning the World)

Hi Paul B

The so-called modern-day prophets all claim that God inspires them to prophesy. Has God ever made a mistake? I can assure you that if God makes mistakes then the church is indeed in grave danger. You wrote:

“Blessed are the merciful, especially for those who acknowledge their faults and shortcomings. Peace to all.”

Should false prophets acknowledge in public God’s faults and shortcomings, especially in the light of their claims that God is the One who inspires their prophecies? Lies, deceit and false prophecies come from the devil, my friend, and not from God. (John 8:44). I really think you should examine yourself to see whether you really love God whilst you are so keen to protect false prophets.

Tom (Discerning the World)

Hi Paul B

Yep! We should avoid and also expose ALL false teachers. Was Paul a false teacher who said Jesus did not send him to baptize but to preach the gospel? You said in one of your posts,

“Then explain how baptism in Romans says it’s symbolic of Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection if it’s baptism in the Holy Ghost?
It appears baptism was meant to be in water and the filling of the Holy Ghost accompanies it, just like Jesus’ baptism but unlike all the other baptisms performed by John.
Comparing scriptures gives a complete picture.”

Where in Romans does it say that water baptism is symbolic of Christ’s death burial and resurrection? It was John the Baptist who instituted water baptism unto repentance. “Unto repentance” means that the Jews (there were no gentiles among those whom he baptized) needed to change their minds about their Messiah, Jesus Christ, and his gospel. The word “metanoia” used for repentance means to change your mind for the better, the better being faith in Jesus Christ. If, as you say, water baptism and the infilling of the Holy Spirit go hand in hand, then those whom John baptized must also have been filled with the Holy Spirit. Moreover, if your claim that water baptism and the infilling of the Holy Spirit accompany one another, then Paul who was not sent to baptize, must have deprived people of the Holy Ghost.

Yes, there were instances when Peter and Philippe baptized gentiles in water, but they were exceptions which I shall explain to you later when I have more time. By the way, did Ananias baptize Paul by immersion in water? Can you prove it to me from Scripture, seeing that you yourself said “Comparing scriptures gives a complete picture.”

Ron

This whole site is ungodly. How many people did Jesus stone?

Tom Lessing (Discerning the World)

He commanded many false teachers and prophets to be stoned. Study your BIble.

Mitchell

M G wrote:

Hi ,
I just would like to point out that you have taken Kim’s words out of context.

Sorry but true prophets do NOT make mistakes when they recite what God has told them.

Leslie

Kim Clements made numerous prophecies that have come to fruition. I believe he was a true prophet and I miss him. I wish he were here to see how accurate his prophecies about Trump came to pass!

Tom (Discerning the World)

To Leslie

Kim Clement also made some numerous false prophecies which, according to the Bible, made him a good candidate for stoning.

If there arise among you a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams, and giveth thee a sign or a wonder, And the sign or the wonder come to pass, whereof he spake unto thee, saying, Let us go after other gods, which thou hast not known, and let us serve them; Thou shalt not hearken unto the words of that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams: for the LORD your God proveth you, to know whether ye love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul. (Deuteronomy 13:1-3).

In an Interview with Matt Crouch on TBN Clement had these gems to say–let me say something to you. Most of you know that when you were sinners, you didn’t have to be told of your sin. You were aware of your sin all the time. You didn’t have to be told”… Clement goes on to say, “He investigates himself and for the first time in his life, finds that there’s something good inside of him, because the church and the gathering should be a place where you discover the greatness and the treasure of God that’s inside of you, not the bad thing… So, in other words, when they come into our presence, for the first time in their life they hear, they’re saying ‘there’s something beautiful inside of me. There’s something beautiful, there’s something, I know there’s something. I’m investigating, and for the first time in my life I’m finding that yes, there’s a chance for me, there’s a hope for me.’.. for the first time in their lives they’re finding ‘There’s something inside of me that I never knew existed,’ and they fall on their knees and worship God. (Source)

Kim Clement preached another Jesus who cannot save.

Dave

Not that i put any faith or belief in what Clement says or predicted the same as i put in the Bible, Emperor Constantine along with his chosen Clerics decided what was in and out to benefit them and the church at the time and called it the word of God. Not that i dont believe in god, but everything in the Bible is someones interpretation or story and we have seen through discoveries that there are many other books and writings. There again what benefited those individuals at that place and time.

Tom Lessing (Discerning the World)

Dave wrote:

Not that i dont believe in god, but everything in the Bible is someones interpretation or story and we have seen through discoveries that there are many other books and writings. There again what benefited those individuals at that place and time.

I assume your “god” with a small “g” is not the God of the Bible. The writings and books could not possibly benefit those individuals at that place and time because they shunned and despised the cross of Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God.

For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. (1 Corinthians 1:18)

Alan R Stepp

Deborah (Discerning the World) wrote:

MG

No, Kim Clement is 100% FALSE PROPHET and if he lived in the OT he would have been stoned. Luckily for him he lives in the 21st century where he can swindle people like you.

He was right about Donald Trump.

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Alan R Stepp

You said, “He was right about Donald Trump.”

So where The Simpsons.

Robert Adcox

The Bible also says to confront such a man not in public, but in private. There is nothing Christian about attacking a man who is no longer here to defend himself btw. That’s an act of cowardice.

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear Robert

You know at the best part of the day I sound like a broken record. Do you actually read what’s written here Robert or do you just skip over everything and come and ask the same questions that others have asked?

You said “The Bible also says to confront such a man not in public, but in private…That’s an act of cowardice.”

Why are you confronting us in public and not in private Robert? What’s good for your goose (you and Kim Clement) is good for the gander (everyone else who exposes him as a False Teacher (dead or alive). Even though he has passed on, he has left a digital footprint of all his false teaching for many to follow.

Kim Clement had an entire life time to repent of his evil doctrines of demons and preach the GOSPEL TRUTH, he knew about all the websites exposing his evil teachings; one of those ghastly teachings he taught is that no where in the bible does it say that one has to be born again? Really?

Robert do you agree with that?

gary lacey

When attacking a false prophet, get to the point, delineate what was said, enumerate the deception and proof that its wrong.

Blazersaint

So I think to sum up. One can have a prophetic word from God, anyone actually, without holding the office of “prophet”. Infallibility is not a prerequisite for this and we all must discern the spirit from which it is coming, like we must discern anything people say every day. God may have used Kim Clement to say something and he also may have been a clanging gong much of the time as well. It is up to the mature disciple who by practice has learned to discern good from evil to know.

Tom (Discerning the World)

Blazersaint wrote:

So I think to sum up. One can have a prophetic word from God, anyone actually, without holding the office of “prophet”. Infallibility is not a prerequisite for this and we all must discern the spirit from which it is coming, like we must discern anything people say every day. God may have used Kim Clement to say something and he also may have been a clanging gong much of the time as well. It is up to the mature disciple who by practice has learned to discern good from evil to know.

You seem to be more concerned about the “mature disciple.” What about the little lambs who are being led astray by false prophets like Kim Clement? Jesus told Peter to care not only for the grown sheep but also to feed his lambs. (John 21:15).

This is what God thinks about fallibility.

I have not sent these prophets, yet they ran: I have not spoken to them, yet they prophesied. (Jeremiah 23:21).

To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them. (Isaiah 8:20).
For I have not sent them, saith the LORD, yet they prophesy a lie in my name; that I might drive you out, and that ye might perish, ye, and the prophets that prophesy unto you. (Jeremiah 27:15)

Anyone who purports to speak in the Name of the Lord MUST be infallible. Anything short of this deserves his righteous judgments.

Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. (Matthew 7:21-23)

Tom Lessing (Discerning the World)

gary lacey wrote:

When attacking a false prophet, get to the point, delineate what was said, enumerate the deception and proof that its wrong.

Are you a Roman Catholic?

https://www.thebereancall.org/content/kim-clement-say-pope-francis-gods-chosen

Skyler

[DELETED by DTW] – Kim Clement says no where in the bible does it say one has to be born again, if you follow Kim’s every word as true, the you are not born again…

Robbie

Blazersaint wrote “God may have used Kim Clement to say something and he also may have been a clanging gong much of the time as well. It is up to the mature disciple who by practice has learned to discern good from evil to know.” Must be the god of this age that used him…

Yeah Right Blazersaint, Kim Clement also stated, “When your born again the Bible doesn’t say that you are saved. The Bible says that when you are born again you see the kingdom. It doesn’t say that you are saved even though salvation takes place and rebirth causes you to see the kingdom of God.” [“The Prophetic Ministry of Kim Clement”, TBN, August 13, 2002].

The Lord Himself stated, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” (John 3:3). Peter stated, “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His abundant mercy has begotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to an inheritance incorruptible and undefiled and that does not fade away, reserved in heaven for you, who are kept by the power of God through faith for salvation ready to be revealed in the last time” (I Peter 1:3-5).

Jim

Advocate of Kim Clement:
Kim Clement was a man of God and his fruits bear witness of this truth. Satan wants us to destroy those we trust in to deliver God’s holy word, it’s a great victory for Satan when we do this. Did Kim Clement ever prophesy a truth, if so, he is not a false profit. Even Moses got is wrong sometimes like when he struck the rock with his staff and water came forth, he was suppose to have spoken to the rock. Was Moses not still a man of God, was Moses a false leader of God’s chosen people, or even a lier of the truth just because he got it all wrong sometimes? We are all imperfect and therefore prone to failure at times, this is why we bear the title, man, and not the superior title of, God Almighty. Is that a stone in your hand that you hold? What about that beam in your own eye? May God Bless Kim Clement, even in his death.  :like:

May God Bless All, ✝️✝️✝️
Tumbleweed & Popi?
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Tom (Discerning the World)

Hi Jim

I suggest that you start discerning the difference between obedience to God and prophecy. OK! would you like me to tell you? Obedience to God is when God tells you to do something and you do it exactly as He tells you to do it, or you do it contrary to what He tells you to do, like Moses when He struck the rock a second time instead of speaking to it. Prophecy, on the other hand, are the things God tells you to write down, the things that are going to happen in the future. There is not a single prophet in the Bible, including Moses, who wrote down what God told them to write down, that was contrary to what God told them to write down. Every single prophecy God gave his prophets to foretell, was fulfilled 100% – every single one. Kim Clement predicted things that never came true. That made him a false prophet.

Peter Piper

So what’s in YOUR closet for writing such a negative article about Kem Clement? I’ll bet you have plenty of skeletons to disparage people and prophets that God sends us.

Jenny

That doesn’t sound like a reply I would expect from someone who is truly a Christian. Very disrespectful considering the fact that the person that you were responding to didn’t disrespect you. Instead, they were making a valid point in a civil and respecting manner. The “Duh” at the end came across as quite immature to be honest with you.

Deborah (Discerning the World) wrote:

nate

If he said exactly what the Lord wanted him to say then it was not a false word was it. Duh!

Tom (Discerning the World)

In reply to Jenny

You seem to know a lot about Christianity and what it means to be a Christian but very little about Christ Jesus.

The English Cambridge dictionary defines “duh” as a normally used word to show that you think a person or statement is stupid, or that something is obvious.

The Miriam Webster dictionary says of the word: —used derisively to indicate that something just stated is all too obvious or self-evident.

Have you ever read Matthew 15:16? Of course, you have. Jesus is speaking to his disciples and says, “And He said, Are you also even yet dull and ignorant [without understanding and unable to put things together]? (Classic Amplified Bible).

And just in case you don’t like the word “derisively” (contempt) check this out, “Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us. He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision. (Psalm 2:1-4). But, then again, as you said, “That doesn’t sound like a reply I would expect from someone who is truly a Christian.”

What’s up with you in defending a false prophet whilst you hold Jesus and God’s words in derision, DUH! (DULL).

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear Peter Piper

Well Tom and I are both sinners saved by the grace of God. We are far from perfect but we do our utmost to make sure our doctrine is!

1Thess 4:1-5 (KJV)
1 Furthermore then we beseech you, brethren, and exhort you by the Lord Jesus, that as ye have received of us how ye ought to walk and to please God, so ye would abound more and more. 2 For ye know what commandments we gave you by the Lord Jesus. 3 For this is the will of God, even your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication: 4 That every one of you should know how to possess his vessel in sanctification and honour; 5 Not in the lust of concupiscence, even as the Gentiles which know not God:

The bible says that one must be born again to be saved, Kim Clement says that NO WHERE in the bible does it say that. Who is lying Peter Piper? God or Kim Clement?

Stuart Goodell

Deborah (Discerning the World) wrote:

David

>>for those who dont believe there are no more prophets they need to read ephesians chapter 4 and acts 13:1-4 seriously people read your bible before you speak.God has a five fold not a one fold calling in ministry.

No serious, you need to read yours. Prophets and Apostles ended with the end of the Apostolic Age. All prophets pointed to Jesus Christ, all Apostles were physically appointed by Jesus and witnesses His resurrection. Today we only have teachers and preachers. As Christians we have the HOLY SPIRIT who guides us into all truth.

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