Folks for the American Means’s Proper Wing Watch bought a clip.
Jansen claimed that “every kind of fantastic issues had been taking place”—together with Trump’s return. He added that “every little thing God has promised” was about to return to cross. Seems like Jansen is making an attempt to retcon his prophecy in the identical method that “firefighter prophet” Mark Taylor retconned his unique “phrase from the Lord” that Trump would topple Obama in 2012 right into a normal declaration that Trump could be president.
However Jansen could have extra fast issues than simply false prophecy. It seems that whereas he’s been constructing his profile as a number one Trump-worshiping prophet, his personal ministry has been collapsing round him. Longtime faith blogger Hemant “Pleasant Atheist” Mehta revealed earlier at the moment that Jansen’s personal board pushed him out late final month.
Mehta bought his arms on an e-mail despatched out to World Hearth’s pals and members saying that Jansen had been pressured to resign for a sample of “unscriptural and unbiblical habits” that went uncorrected regardless of being referred to as on it “quite a few instances.” The board pressured his resignation in late April, and it was introduced at service this previous Sunday.
Apparently Jansen’s habits “within the house, on the highway, and within the Home of God” had gotten to a degree that he was now not certified to be a pastor. The board was keen to work with him and have him undergo “therapeutic and restoration.” Nevertheless, Jansen has apparently left his spouse, Jan, and his household “to pursue his personal needs.”
Lest you suppose that Jansen’s worship of Trump was an excessive amount of for Jan and the board, Newsweek has since obtained a longer email from Jan, by which she instructed the World Hearth flock that she didn’t suppose her now-estranged husband was sturdy sufficient to “stand up to what was coming at him” due to his unashamed assist of Trump and his opposition to “the darkish aspect.” Apparently, Jeff had too many “cracks in his armor,” and by no means actually “humbled himself” to get the therapeutic he wanted. As an alternative, Jan mentioned, Jeff had left her and their youngsters to “pursue his personal needs.”
What does this imply, you ask? Nicely, if I needed to hazard a guess, apparently Jansen knew he was taking an actual beating from the likes of Proper Wing Watch and yours actually. If Jan’s e-mail is to be believed, for all of his public bluster, he was taking out the stress he was beneath in an inappropriate method, and left her and his children within the lurch.
So it appears like no less than one in every of these false prophets has had the rug pulled out from beneath him.