(Jennifer Leclaire) The spirit of slander attacks at strategic times—and we’re in one right now. I’ve witnessed in past weeks men and women of God take hits from people operating in a false murderous spirit, and it both grieves and thrills me at the same time. More on that in a minute. Slander is to make a false spoken statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone, according to Merriam-Webster. It means to defame, malign, vilify and asperse, which is a fancy word for a continued attack on one’s reputation. Back in 2013, I addressed the slanderous accuser of the brethren, and it has returned at a more opportune time.

Over the last week, I’ve been accused of having a Jezebel spirit, spitting churches, cussing out pastors, being a lesbian, breaking and entering and stealing from churches, refusing to cooperate with pastors in my city for revival and a few other choice things. Time to rejoice! It looks like I’m doing something right since Jesus said we’d be lied about for His sake just as He was lied about. And the more people spread ridiculous lies and rumors, the more I’ll lift up Jesus. READ MORE