An amazing prophet and man of God went to Heaven November 23, 2016. I want to take a moment and honor Kim Clement and pray for his wife Jane, his family and his ministry, House of Destiny. The pain of having such a vibrant warrior of the LORD ripped from us is too much to fathom. Our prayers go out for all who are grieving.
The morning of November 23rd, before I received the news of Kim’s passing, I woke up at 3:00 a.m. perplexed as the heavens were darkened. It was as if every demon had come and was hovering over Southern California. Later I understood this.
It was similar to Luke 23 when Jesus died. The sun was darkened at 3:00 in the afternoon. I believe this was because the demons gathered to celebrate. But what they did not realize was that the loss of every servant on Earth is a gain in Heaven and releases an even greater blessing on Earth.
”Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds,” John 12:24 NIV.
Darkness turned to light
At Kim’s graduation into Heaven there was a sudden loud burst of applause and a great celebration happened. A veil in the spiritual realm split and there was an explosion. Then his gifts, anointing, assignments and unfulfilled prophetic words began to fall to Earth. It was like a burst of confetti and it was brilliant in light and color and there was a joyous sound.
With the untimely passing of such a powerful man of God and prophet there is an injustice left unfurled on the Earth. Similar to the untimely passing of Stephen in Acts 7, it left a vacuum and justified the LORD to move in an even greater measure for repayment. Acts 9 brought a response with the Apostle Paul being called and later commissioned to take the Gospel to the entire world.
An untimely death of one servant brought a global harvest that changed the world forever. This is what is happening from the untimely deaths of the prophets right now.
Kim saw visions of himself living longer than he actually did. This is common for prophets to see themselves living longer or doing things they were not able to fulfill on Earth (Hebrews 11:13).
This is because their ministry and gifts never die and actually carry on after they are gone from the Earth. Heaven and Earth are very interactive.
A few days ago I woke up hearing Kim’s voice speaking in my spirit: “Don’t forget my call to Hollywood.” I am not saying I got anything from him except a lot of encouragement to press on for those of us who remain.
“Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his faithful servants,” Psalm 116:15 NIV.
It will be important to understand God’s ways as key servants are taken to Heaven. This is not to bring fear but great celebration for their lives and what they have done. It will greatly change the landscape of Heaven and bring about a major shifting on Earth as the prayers from those who are in Heaven come into agreement with those on Earth. May Kim’s journey and calling never end.
LORD, we pray for those of us who remain. We pray for the healing of grief. LORD send us the Comforter. Open our eyes to the celebration happening right now. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
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The Heavenly Hope
“These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off were assured of them, embraced them and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth,” Hebrews 11:13.
~ Doug Addison
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