Charismatics dabble in all sorts of strange practices these days. In this case, an occult practice known as telepathic communication….with angels, supposedly. If Jennifer LeClaire knew anything at all about the Bible, she’d be aware that God’s people are to have nothing whatsoever to do with sorcery. In fact, He forbids it:
There shall not be found among you anyone who burns his son or his daughter as an offering, anyone who practices divination or tells fortunes or interprets omens, or a sorcerer or a charmer or a medium or a necromancer or one who inquires of the dead, for whoever does these things is an abomination to the LORD… (Deut 18:10-12)
The Lord is not kidding around! So why would any professing Christian dabble in sorcery? Two words: Zero discernment. Lack of discernment is epidemic in the visible Church.
Ms LeClaire needs to go to the Bible to find out what it teaches about angles because what she’s been teaching people is not from Scripture. If she took the time to study God’s Word, she’d know that He has made it crystal clear that spirits, including angels, are not to be evoked, called on, invited in, or channeled. Believers must never attempt to connect with spirits and we certainly shouldn’t try to glean information from them. Our Lord Jesus would tell demons to keep quiet!
Jennifer LeClaire is leading people astray as you will see in Chris Rice’s blog post over at Museum of Idolatry:
We are witnessing the merging of New Age channeling and false prophetic pronouncements from Charismaniacs, who have once again reached deep into their Charismania Adjective Grab Bag to give their latest vain imagination an air of credibility.
The Charismania Adjective Grab Bag has a simple formula. First, come up with a vain imagination and claim it’s from God. Second, pin a legitimate Bible word to it. Third, reach deep into your bag of adjectives, and feel around for a correct sounding adjective. If you need a little help with ideas, the demons are more than happy to plant words in your head; or if you are a New Age channeler, you would say that you have “telepathic communication from Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides.”
Jennifer LeClaire, senior editor of Charisma, has basically duplicated ideas from a New Age channeler. A recent article at Charisma News tells us LeClaire has released angels of transition over America.
Wow! Where does Jennifer LeClaire get these ideas from?? “Angels of Transition” is not in the Bible, but… maybe she’s just using ideas from New Age Channeler, Cynthia Silk? Cynthia gets her messages directly from her “Angelic Channeler” and she talks about Angels of Transition just like Jennifer LeClaire! Here’s a screenshot from Cynthia Silk’s website: Continue reading
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