I’m a little taken by these gay prophecies the false prophets have spoken. They are neither biblical nor have they been proven true. Like this one from Kim Clements. I’ve seen Clements on tv before. He is a strange one. But he says this (in first person God-voice):
But what about the gays?” God says, “I will take gay people and I will cause them to be filled with my Spirit and to speak my Word with purity and life. Do not tell me I cannot do it, says the Lord; I will do exactly what I like. If I can go to the woman at the well, if I can go to the adulterer, if I can go to the religious Pharisee, if I can go to the tax-collector, why can I not do it today?” (Mar 5, 2002 on TBN)
Is it just me or does God sound very insecure? This is what I would call a jackass prophecy. Because God gave a donkey in the OT temporary speaking abilities, the overblown logic behind it is that God can “use anybody”. True, but only temporarily. Is that what a Christian wants? A temporary touch from God? This is deceptive thinking and practice when the bible tells us plainly that God desires long term relationships (read:eternal), not temporary hook-ups. Temporary visits by God only mean one thing: after He is finished, you go back to being what you were. Just like the donkey, he went right back to being what he was was…a jackass that couldn’t talk.
Clements should retire immediately from the prophecy circuit. He’s poven that he lacks fundamental understanding of the Bible’s truth, therefore his prophecies only sound right. Under biblical examination, they fail miserably.