Monday, June 4, 2018








Not only is Kim Clement a false prophet but Mark Taylor from Orlando, Florida is another false prophet and false teacher.  We will be watching all his failed prophecies unfold as the nam claims to converse directly from God:

Listen to his BS here below:

He talks to God and God responds to him:

There's a BAD HURRICANE SEASON coming this year and storms are created and turned by chemtrails and technology:

REPENTANCE for what is going on UNDERGROUND? Deep Underground Military Bases?  Tunnels? CERN?



  1. Mark Taylor is a proven fake but Kim Clement's prophecies were spot on.

    1. With the exception of his prediction Hillary would lead a Christian revival in America....

  2. Hi, Im looking for a list of Mr Taylors false prophecies. Can someone show me a list of prophecies that have been false?


  3. (Revelation 22:18-19) "For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: {19} And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book." Does not God Himself say in those verses to not add to the prophecy of His book? Yes, he does. I have seen Mr. Taylor get a message 'from the Lord' while in an interview. God does not answer right away, it is the adversary that answers right away. Psalm 27 tells us to wait on the Lord! I prayed, asking the Lord, about this man and the next morning when I opened my bible, I came to the page which speaks about false prophets. I also 'knew' then what I had believed; he is a false prophet. I don't listen to any of them for the reason I posted in the scripture above. Jesus said in the cross, 'It is finished'. In our time we are to walk with the Lord and share the good news of salvation. There are a lot of false prophets today and they leading many astray. Jonathan Kleck is another people need to avoid. He claims to have been met with an angel and that may be true and if it is true, it was likely a fallen angel which gives him some truth among the lies. He met a man with a demon in a restaurant. He said to the man 'Do you know who I am?" as if he were some gift of God and the man with the demon just hung his head. Play acting demons is what was taking place there. Truly, I feel badly for them as I don't want to see anyone go to hell. Scripture tells us "It does not please God to see any of His children go down into the pit". Thanks much. God Bless you and yours.

    1. B4itEnds, thank you. I don't need to go and post it now. Note how it says, and I quote, "the prophecy of this book" amd "if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy"

      You see, by saying that those words mean the entire cannon, you automatically remove the words that sound as though they are talking specifically about the book there that John was being told to write. I mean, we can say that God meant the fully cannonized book that would be assembled together in several hundred years, but in reality, God probably meant just that book.

      Now, granted, we can take those words as a relevant warning to how Christ regards people who try and deceive by misrepresenting the Word of God, but we absolutely cannot presume to say that God was referring to the whole canonized book because then we run the risk of taking that part of the book of Revelation away, and that curse is far worse than the adding to it curse.

    2. I can't be silent.
      I do not believe in this Mark Taylor or Kim Clement but what you said in your explanation is not solid.
      On the subject reference in the recording of John the Revelator God is speaking about His prophecy. It goes for anything God says when relaying His Word.
      If you are using this to say that God does not Speak today using many means including man as a utensil of His work.. That chain of thought doesn't fit with Christ speaking of the Counselor, His Holy Spirit. God is the same yesterday, today and forever.
      The gifts of the Spirit are available to any child of God... If that's what you were saying.
      As far as God's timetable.. The scripture that He knows what we need before we can say it is true. I have had the Lord answer me before I could finish saying the first word. I've had Him answer when I my words did not form a question but was a sentence of exasperation formed from years of a troubled spirit and false accusations. On the other hand it has taken over 40 years to get an answer and I am now waiting about direction and I wonder in that scenario if He told me but I couldn't accept the answer because I was afraid to go in that direction. Which if that is the case and I'm afraid it is, all my asking, praying and waiting isn't going to change the answer and I am scared because I'm afraid I will wind up dead. I mean being led by God doesn't mean you won't wind up dead, look at Jesus, the disciples and all of the others who have died in blind obedience.
      Sorry.. I got off track. My point is, just because you have different experiences than what you hear from others doesn't mean that God doesn't work that way.
      On the subject of His Spirit.. I think Luke 7 is the chapter you might want to look at.. John 14 and 15. Acts, Peter and the Centurian.
      God with holds no good thing.
      Let me close by saying, I do not acknowledge Kim Clement or Mark Taylor as having the Word of God or commission of God.
      It is good that you test the spirits my friend, that is discernment but don't try to explain things of the Spirit unless the Holy Spirit gives you that Word.
      That is also where people get off balance. God gives a word, vision or dream.. It isn't for us to give the interpretation unless He gives the interpretation.
      Another thing I have noticed in my own life is that God reveals to us by asking questions. Its not because He doesn't know the answer, He is leading us to path of discovery, revelation and sometimes epiphanies.
      God bless you in your walk, in your seeking and your desire for God.
      God loves for you to ask Him questions. It is another side that is evident that you trust Him.
      He is your Father. A good, loving Father. He's not waiting for you to mess up. He's waiting for you to run to Him and jump up in His lap and bury your head in His bosom. He's waiting for you.

  4. You don't like Trump, period so get over yourself. There are no Judeo-Christian's 'Galatians 5:2-3', nor is there a Trump cult. One is either a Christian or they have converted to Judaism, one can't be both. You're obviously a liberal snowflake trying to defame anyone who is a Trump supporter with no proof. You even asked others to show the proof for you.