Apostle Leon (Lion) Chase might be faking some prophecies

Num 23:19 God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?

2017/06/04 09:21 AM

By: Jeff Gill
LL Chase
Apostle LL Chase - The pendant is a talisman called the Italian Horn, Cornu, Cornicello, or the Devil's horn

I met Leon Chase (LL Chase) about nine years ago during a prayer meeting with a few people including Thelma Gill-Barnett, who at the time told me he is a prophet. During that prayer session, Leon prophesied three things to me, two of which came to pass almost immediately. As a result of this, I saw him as a true prophet.

It was again about three years ago in 2014 that I crossed paths with Leon who had formed a church called Physicians For Christ Ministries in Barbados. He was holding a revival service at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium, and I attended with a lady I had recently met.

This lady I thought wasn't right in her spirit but was able to tell me things about myself no one should know. I decided to invite her to the service as Leon would have been able to tell me who she was, because I believed he is a prophet. On attending Apostle Leon Chase's church service, as he was now called, he told me the lady was my wife. I told him I don't agree and he said he is a prophet. I decided to seek confirmation from God and in the interim we kept seeing each other while telling her all along I liked her, but that my spirit was not feeling her. She later told me she also heard from God, and God had said to her I am her husband, but it won't be immediate.

I continued seeking confirmation from God hopefully through a third party. That confirmation from a third party never came, but I believed God spoke to me directly on three occasions, but somehow I kept doubting myself because as I stated, I believe Leon to be a prophet, and why should he lie.

With a rocky relationship I decided that she should stop coming over at my home at least for a while. This caused us to stop talking. Some few months later, however, the lady contacted me, and it was clear the relationship was on shaky ground, but we started seeing each other again. It didn't last much longer when she decided to end it.

At this point I attended Leon's church which is now located at Deacons Farm in St. Michael. After the service I asked him what happened to the prophecy and if he had heard it from God, and he said yes.

I then told him that the relationship had ended and if he, or God, had lied. He said no one had lied and that it happened because I did not believe. I then placed him on the back foot by telling him of John the Baptist's father who received a prophecy from none other than the angel Gabriel, but doubted he would get a child in his old age, and whose doubt did not prevent the prophecy from coming to pass. He then volunteered the same happened to Sarah, Abraham's wife. He then switched what he was saying by stating that the lady and I will in fact get married, and he will officiate the wedding.

At this point I left and never returned to the church. This post will stand as testimony as to whether Apostle Leon Chase's prophecy of marriage is true, or false.

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