The Significance of the Month of Kislev
As we enter into the season of Kislev, I believe the Lord wants to encourage us and even stretch us to cross over into deeper realms of faith. The Lord began to speak to me concerning several things regarding this time of year.
Kislev is the 9th month and symbolizes a time of trust and security. It reflects a time to draw near to that which we trust and rely upon. So it is only natural to ask, "With whom and where does our trust lie?" We ask this so that as we stand as Believers, the principles upon which we stand will have a meaningful effect. This time of year could also mean security because it balances upon the thought of obtaining favor from the place of...(more)
The Meaning of Kim Clement's Name
I had a vision of burning bushes; little fires all over the world. I was looking from what was an aerial view of the world ‚Äď and everywhere these burning bushes or little fires were steadily burning bright. Suddenly and without warning, they increased exponentially - they doubled, tripled and even quadrupled in size as if gasoline was flung on them. They burned a deep halcyon, like gold.
I asked the Lord what was the meaning of this vision? He replied, "KIM."
The name¬†Kim¬†in Korean where it has been most popularized means, "metal, iron or gold." It's also defined in the old English as "chief" or "leader." This Scripture followed: "That the proof of your faith, which is more precious than gold that perishes even...(more)
Writing a book is like having a baby and, well, I'm "expecting" again and plan to deliver my second book this coming Fall. For that reason, I recently went on a personal writer's retreat following a conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. The first night of my retreat caught me off guard when I had a powerful vision of Jesus. It was one of those unexpected, "came out of nowhere type" visions. I saw Jesus face down on the floor in full throttle intercession to our heavenly Father for us. I couldn't understand what He was praying, but the moment and the atmosphere were astonishingly sweet. It made Hebrews 7:25 come alive, "...He ever lives to make intercession for us." Only what was...(more)