What Prophetic Voices Are Saying About the Late Kim Clement

Jane and Kim Clement
Jane and Kim Clement (Kim Clement/Facebook)

Kim Clement went home to be with the Lord Thanksgiving week. Now, many are giving thanks for the prophetic worshipper. 

Clement had experienced health issues, including a brain bleed, for more than a year before his untimely death. He was 60. 

"Kim and Jane have been our close friends for over two decades, and our lives and ministries seemed at times intertwined," said TBN's Matt Crouch. "Kim revealed profound biblical truths with his unique style of prophetic teaching and worship—truths and revelations that have literally helped shape our ministry and our future. Today, Kim is with his beloved Jesus. And while heaven is a richer place, he will surely be missed by all of us who were impacted by his ministry and friendship."

Carman Licciardello, commonly known as Carman, offered his thoughts and prayers. He escaped death in a long cancer battle.

"I've been there to help Kim through this tough time, sending messages, visiting, building a 10,000-name prayer chain, so my heart is broken today," said Carman. "They don't have a gofundme site set up, but I do. If you would be so kind as to make a generous donation, I would make sure they get it. It would be such a wonderful act of kindness at a time like this. Thank you."

Cindy Jacobs told me: "Kim Clement was one of the most anointed prophetic psalmists I have ever known. As I heard of his passing, I had a vision of him in heaven. He was leading the song of the nations with tens of thousands of voices. As they sang, new sounds were released into the earth, and they were then sung on earth. The great cloud of witnesses is rejoicing today that he has come home to release his voice into these new songs."

Why did Clement die early? I addressed some of the unfortunate speculation in a column earlier this week. It's OK to as these questions, but it's not OK to make presumptions about Clement's walk with the Lord.

The Lord told me He is releasing the angels of abundant harvest. Charisma House has partnered with me to release strategic teaching on this revelation, endorsed by James Goll and others. Visit angelsprophecy.com for more information.

Jennifer LeClaire is senior leader of Awakening House of Prayer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, founder of the Ignite Network and founder of the Awakening Blaze prayer movement. She is author of over 25 books. Find her online at jenniferleclaire.org or email her at info@jenniferleclaire.org.

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