Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Another Accurate Prophecy for Kim Clement??

The Elijah List was buzzing yesterday at the announcement that the Dow closed at a record high. They write:

Though the media often reports much that is not good, God often paints HIS canvas very differently--He is not only the God of all hope, He is in control (the devil is not and neither is man).

Kim Clement has been prophesying great breakthrough for this month of October. That's why when we received a news source about the Dow Jones closing at an all time high--TODAY--the first day of October, we wanted to get this confirming word out to our readers immediately! The media just released a report that today the Dow closed at an all time record high:

"Wall Street began the fourth quarter with a huge rally Monday, sending the Dow Jones industrial average above 14,000 and well into record territory...." (to view news source click here).

We recognize and believe this to be a sign pointing at what Kim Clement has been prophesying: "Something unusual, it's never ever happened before--in the month of October!" Here's an excerpt from Kim's word:

"In the month of October, there will be the most unusual favor. The cherry on the cake is October, and what could not happen--has to happen. The door that was locked to you must be unlocked. The retardation that has taken place on your divine promise will suddenly accelerate. This has been promised to us. In the month of October, because of the favor, and because of the revelations and because of the things that are going to unfold...."
Somehow they think this is a fulfilled prophecy. Now, let's look at today's Wall Street Journal:

Stocks Retreat From Record Highs

By Joanna L. Ossinger
Word Count: 728 | Companies Featured in This Article: Toll Brothers, Lennar, D.R. Horton, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Commerce Bancorp, Citigroup, UBS, Bank of America, Ford Motor

Stocks declined Tuesday, a day after the Dow hit a record high, as investors took a breather amid poor housing data.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 53.73 to 14033.82. The S&P 500 lost 4.93 to 1542.11, and the Nasdaq Composite Index declined 5.51 to 2735.48.

"It looks like it's some consolidation, following a little bit of an exacerbated gain to start the fourth quarter," said Todd Clark, director of trading at Nollenberger Capital Partners. Stocks had rallied Monday to ring in the new quarter, pushing the Dow industrials to a record close despite losses at big banks arising from

Oh, well, try again, Kim.



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