When Kat Kerr, our favorite pink-haired charismatic meme-bot and “Dr. Michael Brown-approved prophetess” isn’t weaving an unbiblical tale of witchcraft and false theology by claiming that she has a picture of thousands of lioned-faced angels frog-marching chained demons across the sky in order to go to heaven for judgment, she’s talking about dispatching her army reserves of more than 5 billion angels to go do spiritual battle.
Speaking to chief-enabler and gullibility king Steve Shultz on Episode 28 of Wednesdays with Kat and Steve!, Kerr answers a question over what sort of fun people have in heaven, but not before she explains there is an information-type booth in heaven for people who don’t know they’re in heaven, and need some instructions to address their confusion. She says she first went to heaven when she was 8 years old, and since then has visited heaven thousands of times, to the point she’s practically moved in.
(The first time God showed me a roller coaster) I’m like eight years old. I mean every eight-year-old expects to see fun things but they’ll ride on the roller coaster, where part of the track goes through the sky and back to the other side of the park, back onto the track. So there’s a huge difference in enjoying these things in heaven than there is on the earth, and that was one of the first things they showed me was a fun place in heaven.
So I’ve never doubted anything he showed me. When when you get up, there there are some people who have to be taken to the welcome center because they’re not quite sure they’re in heaven. (unintelligeable) love god but they never expected the fun to be there, although the father said you must be like a little child to enter into the kingdom of heaven, so we should have all expected it.
This prompts Shultz to ask what the ratio of ‘secular fun’ to worshipping is, and what the division of time that will me, and she tells all:
I would say 50% is holy and wonderful and powerful, with the presence, the absolute presence of the living God consuming you- going in you and around you- hearing him everywhere in heaven, all the time. Nobody has to say ‘I wish I could hear God in heaven. ‘ The Lord will show up all the time, all over heaven to spend time with you. So part of it is what I would consider if you’re going to the church and the power of God is there and I’ll see the seraphim coming down out of the ceiling from heaven, I see all these beautiful things, there’s such splendor in heaven.
But the wonder! It says heaven is a wonder and it’s splendor. The wonder is the fun side, and absolutely I would have to say 50/50. Half of all of heaven is about fun and excitement and enjoying yourself up there with all of your friends and family, the other half was all about being with him being his presence and sometimes Jesus will ride the roller coasters with you or he could even be a cowboy himself, I’m sure he’s probably done that before.