Eileen Fisher: A New Wellspring Over Your Nation

It seems that Zedekiah List has covered Eileen Fisher more than any other false prophet. At her weekly Prophetic School of the Holy Spirit meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado she regularly prophecies and reports these on the Elijah List. Presumably she gets invited to more and more conferences on the back of these articles.

In her latest article many might overlook what she has written because she has used a number of scriptures. Yet it isn't the way she has used scripture which is the subject of this article. Consider this paragraph she has written. You are about to see a new wellspring over your nation. It will be the well of well-being. It will be the well of salvation. I am about to do a new thing and a new revelation of My work on the Cross. People again will declare the workings of My Cross. It will not be used to gain selfishness nor fame; it will be used to proclaim and to demand. The enemy will have to draw back, because have I not said in My Word, 'When I be lifted up, I draw all men unto Myself'? Not unto man, not under even a religion, but unto Myself. For the hour is coming when I will put it in the hearts of the leaders in this nation to bring forth altar calls of purpose, of conviction and of conversion.

First she prophesies the following: You are about to see a new wellspring over your nation. There are several questions which need to be asked here. Firstly, what is this wellspring of which she speaks? It remains undefined and is therefore just a vague nebulous promise which will cause Eileen Fisher's followers to rejoice, but little else. Secondly, does America warrant any blessing from the Lord? Where is repentance among the nation? America has not suddenly changed so why is the Lord about to bless America? Thirdly, where is the scriptural warrant for making such a prophecy? It does not exist.

She does then attempt to define the well spring. Firstly she says It will be the well of salvation. Which sounds very scriptural, but is it? America is to have a well-spring of salvation? Scripture says: After he had provided purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in heaven. Hebrews 1 v3b. So Jesus has completed his work and is now seated at the right hand of His Father. Why, therefore does Jesus need to bring a special well-spring of salvation when there is already the means of salvation?

I am about to do a new thing and a new revelation of My work on the Cross. Again why is Jesus about to do a new thing. The Bible is quite clear when it says there is nothing new under the sun. Is there anything of which one can say, "Look! This is something new."? Ecclesiastes 9c-10a. If Jesus begins a new work then the forgiveness for our sins wrought on Calvary has shaky foundations. Are there new sins? Is Jesus's atoning work on the Cross incomplete or imperfect in any way? There are neither new sins, nor is the atonement defective in any way. Eileen then continues by saying: People again will declare the workings of My Cross. It will not be used to gain selfishness nor fame; it will be used to proclaim and to demand. This is delusional since today there are countless numbers of Christians around the world declaring the atoning work which Jesus wrought on Calvary. It will always be used by some for selfish gain whether it be money or fame, since Adam's sin still holds sway in this world, even today. It is because of the multitude of false preachers that the world today is totally confused as to what "christianity" really is.

The enemy will have to draw back, because have I not said in My Word, 'When I be lifted up, I draw all men unto Myself'? Not unto man, not under even a religion, but unto Myself. For the hour is coming when I will put it in the hearts of the leaders in this nation to bring forth altar calls of purpose, of conviction and of conversion. Why should the enemy draw back? Here is Eileen Fisher's use of scripture. Now, does the enemy draw back when Jesus is lifted up? It sounds fine, but the words of Jesus here are referring to his resurrection. This was a once for all act, not a repeated act as Eileen's words could imply. What are altar calls of purpose, altar calls of conviction and come to that, altar calls of conversion? None of these are mentioned in the Bible.

Eileen Fisher ends her Elijah List article by saying: "Be not concerned of the seasons that are coming across this land. Understand there is a new wind that is coming across this land. It will cause things to turn upside down, but when it does it will also cause the filling of My glory to cover your nation," says the Lord your God. This is an abjectly false prophecy uttered in the Lord's name. Eileen should publicly repent of her words.

13th December 2011

Further reading:

  • Eileen Fisher Quotes
  • Eileen Fisher: Pillow of Unbelief and More
  • Eileen Fisher: You are The Word!
  • Flow, Rock, Roll in My Spirit
  • Eileen Fisher: Become a Bonfire
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