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Is Jennifer LeClaire of Charisma Magazine a false prophet? (Yes)

Jennifer LeClaire seems like a great person outwardly. She directs Awakening House of Prayer and serves as the senior editor at Charisma magazine. Thousands of people turn to her for advice on how to deal with witches, spiritual castration and demons, which as we know are constant and serious problems.

But is there a darker side to her?

Her history

jennifer-leclaireJennifer spent time in jail in Florida. It is there where she converted and found Jesus. Now, now, let’s not be hasty to judge on this point. I know we all tend to get suspicious of an itinerant preacher who suddenly found Jesus in the clink. We look down on their jailhouse tattoos and rough manners. We wonder how sincere their dedication is to Christ or are they using their prison skills to bilk the faithful out of their hard earned dollars. But then again, Jesus could be using that person to show His ability to transform the lives of even ex-criminal scum.

Even Peter cut the ear off a soldier. Thankfully Jesus was there to put it back on (in Luke’s version.)  But unlike Peter, Jennifer didn’t get to go off free to deny Jesus three times. In her version of the story she did nothing at all wrong.

” I was forced to call the police during an argument with my then-fiancé. I was frightened and dialed 911. When the police arrived and put my future Mormon husband in handcuffs I began to plead with them not to take him. I didn’t want him to go to jail. The female officer warned me to, ‘Shut up or I’ll say you hit me.'”

Jennifer was in a dark place apparently at this time.  She was betrothed to a Mormon missionary. Did she live alone or was she living in sin?

She did nothing wrong.

Of course, at the time I probably looked like someone who would have hit a cop. I had a partially shaved head, a black strip of hair hanging in front of my eyes, several tattoos and an eyebrow piercing. But I never hit a cop. My mistake was that I naively opened my mouth and incredulously said, “You can’t do that!” Well, she did. She charged me with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence and carted me off to jail, but not before roughing me up and leaving me with bruises all over my body.

im innocentSo the police are lying. She just said, “You can’t do that!” I am sure she was standing like 10 feet from the officer when that happened? All we have is her word vs. 2 uniformed police officers who were trying to get her boyfriend away from her in a domestic dispute.

Nothing at all wrong.

She also, “a black strip of hair hanging in front of my eyes, several tattoos and an eyebrow piercing.” And a Mormon fiance. Friends, I have never known a Mormon missionary to have tattoos, a partially shaved head or piercings. I have never known a Mormon to date that kind of girl either. Most of the time Mormons are exactly like True Christians. They just have crazy beliefs. Speaking of Mormonism, here’s what Jennifer says about it now.

She thanks God her husband left her.

I went to college in Orlando and ended up getting marrying a Mormon missionary. Of course, I had no idea that Mormonism was a cult at the time. All I knew, really, was that he seemed holy and righteous. He was kind and had a servant’s heart. Although I wasn’t saved at the time, those qualities were attractive to me.

Okay, yeah she had no idea Mormons have strange beliefs or that they are a cult, when she was around Baptist grandparents. So Jennifer got married after college to a Mormon missionary after she called the cops on him, looking like the criminal she was at the time.

Now, after she was “falsely” arrested for battery against a police officer

That sent me into a tailspin. The people who were supposed to protect me caused me great harm. I went back to the familiar drugs and alcohol, went on a spending spree with money I won in a lawsuit, traveled from New York to Key West and back again a few times, started hanging out with international cocaine dealers—one of which who was shot dead on his way over to our hangout—and otherwise set out with a vengeance to destroy my life.


Orlando Vice with Jennifer LeClaire

Where was her betrothed during all this? Why does this sound like an outright lie, like Mike Warnke claiming to be a Satanic high priest? This seem like one of those stories to make your conversion story more interesting. And how or where did she meet “international cocaine dealers?” And her taking a beating made her hang out with such unsavory characters while still dating the Mormon (who she now claims is a cultist). And she won all this cocaine and travel money by suing someone? Wow, she was really garbage. Or she is lying now.

This not taking responsibility for her own actions is a common theme you will find throughout Jennifer’s writings. You will always find an external force or something that makes her do things.

Interestingly enough, after leaving Orlando, she moved to Miami South Beach and that ended her international cocaine lifestyle. Moving to Miami to get away from cocaine is like moving in with Willy Wonka to get over a candy addiction, but she says so. They lived on South Beach in an art deco building fresh out of college and still flush with lawsuit money or was that all spent? One of those art deco apartments on South Beach is very expensive, especially for such young people.

Jennifer says they were married within two months of living together in sin.

Within a few years, she was earning all the money and he was the daughter’s primary caregiver. But suddenly, when her child was 2 years old, her Mormon cultist husband absconded to El Salvador while telling Jennifer he was going to Honduras. She tracked him down and found out he was getting married to someone else.

But things went from bad to worse for Jennifer.

I prayed a lot during those times and I am sure that God, in His mercy, did help me. But things in my life got worse before they got better. I ended up landing in jail for a crime I didn’t commit.

i was framedRemember nothing wrong? She is innocent, like every other person in jail.

See, when we moved to Miami I was on probation after pleading “no contest” to charges of battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence. I had no choice but to plead out because it was my word against the cop’s and the cop had another dirty cop as a witness.

It’s a conspiracy against Jennifer. The cops had nothing better to do but to jail an innocent woman that night she called the cops on her ex-husband.

How she went to jail for 40 days.

Before we moved down to Miami, my mother went with me to transfer my probation. They said everything was in order and gave me permission to go. Somehow, some way some paperwork slipped through the cracks. I never received it and I had moved on with my life.

See, the mail didn’t work. She never got the paperwork and never thought that she might need to see her probation officer or check in with someone. She had just moved on. That’s not her fault that she had a felony probation skip warrant while she was on felony probation. Maybe witches made her forget.

The next chapter is another one of those strange things she writes into her testimony that seems suspicious.

A Colombian family that had recently befriended me helped me get another apartment under their name so I could take the time to secure legal protection. But soon, that relationship turned sour. These Colombians started stealing money from me and making offers to have my ex-husband killed for a price. Fearful, I contacted an old friend in Tampa, who came and moved me back to my home town in the middle of the night.

Jennifer's Roommates circa 2003

Jennifer’s Roommates circa 2003

Okay, so Jennifer was still working with this felony warrant and still had money to steal. She was living on the lam avoiding the authorities living under an assumed name and now she is hanging out with Colombians in Miami who offer to kill her husband. She is doing all this with a 2 1/2 year old daughter or were her grandparents by now watching the girl? I certainly hope so, because it sounds like a horrible place for a child. And she claims she was off the marching powder at this point? Forgive my skepticism, but this doesn’t really add up either.

But now she is back in Tampa “in her home town”. We already know she was irresponsible immoral trash. We know she still accepts no responsibility for the things she did. But now I think we are about to find out the reason why.

The Holy Spirit is telling me her problems are caused by affluenza.

Things began to settle down. I hired an attorney with a $15,000 retainer who said he could get the whole thing dismissed with a little community service. It was a respected law firm and I believed them. What I didn’t count on was my maid dropping the dime on me just days before I relocated to New York City to be closer to my CBS/Winstar assignment.

Yeah, Jennifer hired the maid to pack her stuff. It started off as a $300 job, but the maid wanted “double that” for it. So LeClaire being the same stand up gal she is now, she refused her. She has a felony warrant for skipping probation for a felony “she didn’t commit” and rich spoiled lady is telling the maid how it’s going to be with money.

The maid agreed to pack up my goods for $300. But when the job was done, she wanted double that. I refused to pay her the extra money because she was taking advantage of me and I was tired of being wronged. The next thing I knew, cops were beating down my door in the middle of the night. It seems America’s Most Wanted was in town and she turned me in for reward money. I was arrested and taken to the Tampa jail before being transferred to Orlando with shackles on my feet and cuffs on my hands. It was humiliating.

victim cardPoor thing was humiliated after being wronged so much living a life of international cocaine dealing, flying around, living on the lam, “not assaulting” cops, refusing to turn herself in, with her maid, her $15k to give a lawyer and her South Beach art deco apartment. It’s enough to break my heart.

I spent 40 days in jail before I was released. I also lost every penny I had defending myself in court. And my business went belly-up in the dot-com bubble. When I got out of jail, I was vindicated. But I was also without any job and any money. And I had a three-year-old daughter to feed.

I would love to have access to her criminal records. She says she was vindicated. How so? She was found innocent of probation skipping or assaulting an officer? And she was without any money? How so? Did her grandparents go broke in the dot com bubble too?

God spoke clearly to my heart that I would be released on the 40th day. It was an impossibility because the judge had already denied me bond two times, even with an ankle bracelet on home arrest, and had gone on vacation. He wouldn’t be back until well after the 40th day.

Of course, Jennifer claims God told her she would be released after 40 days in jail and lo and behold she was without ever going before the judge. At this point, I am having a hard time believing it was some miracle that got her released. My bet is she was sentenced to 60 days and only had to serve 40 with good time, but that doesn’t make for a great miracle story. I am sure she would have us believe God caused the prison to fall down like it did for the Apostle Paul.

I had lost 50 pounds in 40 days

That’s what happens when a spoiled princess tries to eat jail food.

The in the end, I have no criminal record. God vindicated me.

That and a few thousand dollars to get an attorney and judge to expunge your records, but I seriously doubt you walked out of jail without a criminal record. And it doesn’t mean you were innocent. It means you have money, sweetie. If any of this is true.

On her writings.

As I mentioned before. Nothing is ever Jennifer’s fault. Everything that happens is the result of external stimuli. No one is in control of herself. The cops are crooked, the paperwork didn’t show up, the man she married was a cultist. She is almost 50 years old and sounds like a teenager.

Here she claims trouble paying attention is caused by other people casting spells on you, thus taking the responsibility away from herself.

This article sums up perfectly what Jennifer is about. Here she claims to be the victim of a “spiritually abusive church”. Those are literally her words. About her victimhood. I could do a whole other article about this entry alone. The incredible narcissism, what is stolen and taken from her. How the Holy Spirit of God dotes on her, but then refuses to speak clearly. She did nothing at all wrong.

She is obsessed with money, finance and mixing political talking points with God. 1 Timothy 6:10; Matthew 6:24


money bags

I wonder why this could be?

Here she claims volatility in the stock market is God’s judgment.

Here she prophecies doom for America borrowing too much money.

She is obsessed with the idea of a “Jezebel Spirit“.

false prophet

Apparently accusations of a “Jezebel Spirit” have gotten so bad in churches she visits, that she is telling people to stop falsely accusing one another. You need to leave that up to her “spiritual discernment.”

She spills thousands and thousands of words discussing it. What is a Jezebel spirit? “The Jezebel spirit characterizes anyone who acts in the same manner as Jezebel did, engaging in immorality, idolatry, false teaching and unrepentant sin.” In other words, it’s anyone Jennifer doesn’t like. In her Harry Potter like fantasy world, anyone who disagree with her has the demon of Jezebel.

Oh, and the other thing she likes to accuse people of is being eunuchs. I have no doubt that is what she would accuse us of. If you don’t flop around on the floor and speak in gibberish. If you don’t believe in her world where she is the most powerful commander of the spirit world, you have had your testicles and or penis removed.

I honestly don’t know if she is the inventor of this speak because others write articles discussing this Jezebel and eunuchs dynamic, but she is the one popularizing it among certain false Christians. Again, this is such puerile and childish speech. It’s the equivalent to the internet troll who claims you’re a virgin and that you live in your mother’s basement and you have a small penis or you’re fat. But she does it while claiming to have the guidance of God telling her these things.

Apparently accusations of a “Jezebel Spirit” have gotten so bad in churches she visits, that she is telling people to stop falsely accusing one another. You need to leave that up to her “spiritual discernment.”

Then let’s not forget what Paul says about her prophesying in the church.

34 Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law.

35 And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.

I have no doubt she has some pretzel twisting of 1 Corinthians 11 to make it okay for her to speak in the churches. They always do.

But are her prophecies correct?

ignorant false prophet for satan

Trying to discern the difference between one’s own ignorant voice rattling around in the head and the voice of God should be the first priority of someone calling herself a prophet. Maybe a prophet should try doing a little fact checking before prophesying.

Um, no. She claims things that God could not have told her. Things that were untrue. God is not the author of lies. Satan is.

On April 21st the Lord woke me up at midnight and I sensed Him offering this prophetic word: There is a great awakening coming to this nation. For I have heard your cries and I long to heal your land. I am a covenant God and I will not forget the covenant I made with your Founding Forefathers.

Our founding fathers were not a homogeneous group of Pentecostals. In fact, her sect didn’t exist until over 100 years after the founding of the USA. Many of them were Quakers, some were Unitarians, some were deists, at least one was even an atheist, but many were Christians. Trying to discern the difference between one’s own ignorant voice rattling around in the head and the voice of God should be the first priority of someone calling herself a prophet. Maybe a prophet should try doing a little fact checking before prophesying.

Which brings us to the last point. What does God say should be done with false prophets? The Jezebels LeClaire so often likes to write about?

Deuteronomy 18:20-22

20 But the prophet, which shall presume to speak a word in my name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or that shall speak in the name of other gods, even that prophet shall die.

21 And if thou say in thine heart, How shall we know the word which the Lord hath not spoken?

22 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 what will God do with Jezebels sowing discord in the churches?

Revelation 2:20-23

20 Notwithstanding I have a few things against thee, because thou sufferest that woman Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophetess, to teach and to seduce my servants to commit fornication, and to eat things sacrificed unto idols.

21 And I gave her space to repent of her fornication; and she repented not.

22 Behold, I will cast her into a bed, and them that commit adultery with her into great tribulation, except they repent of their deeds.

23 And I will kill her children with death; and all the churches shall know that I am he which searcheth the reins and hearts: and I will give unto every one of you according to your works.

Is Jennifer LeClaire exactly what she rails against? A Jezebel, a false prophet, a diviner, ignorant, delusional and of Satan?

Cranky Old Man (17-11-2015 10:14 AM): She is a women. Should that not be enough to completely ignore her? (1st Timothy 2:11-12) ...
Faith_Machine (17-11-2015 06:27 PM): This is all very confusing. The Lord would forgive her for all those things she did if she got saved and repented, but... she's making things up for God to forgive? How does that work, exactly? Does she ...
Ezekiel Bathfire (01-12-2015 08:19 PM): But are her prophecies correct? http://www.landoverbaptist.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/jennifer-leclaire-21-300x225.jpg Um, no. She claims things that God could not have told her. Things ...
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