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, or that Miscarried Babies are Reincarnated For the Next Pregnancy, or even that there’s a place called ‘Jello-land’ in heaven that contains chocolate waterfalls and candy houses, she’s explaining how God will sometimes kill backslidden Christians before they get too far gone and apostatize fully, in order to keep them in the book of life.
Speaking to chief enabler Steve Shultz on episode 65 of Wednesdays with Kat and Steve, they really do have a wild conversation. From Kat describing what it was like to be at the tomb of Jesus during his resurrection after God literally brought her back in time, to the morality of whether angels can and do torture demons if you ask them to (she responds in the affirmative) to explaining that she sent half a billion angels to Ukraine on assignment, which is just a small portion of the angels she commands. In this case, however, she recounts a vision she had, which is true events to happen in the future:
And he took me to this one place where this pastor had been deceiving people, I’m not naming names. I didn’t know this person. But this is something that will actually happen…I saw this pastor had been lying and cheating and doing all kinds of unclean things and thought he was okay, that Pastor dropped dead.
And people crawled…forward and dragged him off the platform and dragged him out., because they couldn’t stand up. And I heard the voice of God said I will appoint ‘him’ (pointing to another man) ‘and everybody knew who that ‘him’ was. That him crawls up on the platform and God says ‘this is your pastor.’ And I’m saying, if you think God’s not gonna divinely do things, you better think twice, he is still God, he has a plan for this earth.
Shultz: Do you happen to know was he lost? Did he go home early? What do you or do you have any idea?
I do know that sometimes God will take somebody before he’ll let them go to hell. And if they weren’t living right, and they dropped dead, they probably had that moment of when they died that probably faced Christ to see if he is going to help. So I don’t know that part. I only know that he was showing me that when he says he will judge the church first. He meant it.
In Kerr’s theology, God will sometimes kill people who are wicked, kill backsliders before they completely abandon the faith, kill anyone who messes with her. In fact, she believes that if the backslidden or even UNSAVED person has a praying family, God will appear to them after they die and give them one last chance to accept Christ, lest they go to hell.