Charismatic Prophetess Says God Revealed to Her a New Definition of ‘Suicide’

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 revealing that God gave her the truth about committing suicide, and it’s not what we think.

Chief-enabler Steve Shultz asks Kerr whether or not people’s guardian angels will stop them from suicide if they are inclined to end their lives. She explains:

“So trust me, if someone ends up by ending their life, because they’re in torment and suffering, whether it’s mental, physical, or whatever, that’s not suicide, that’s ending your suffering.

When I was writing my book, the two scribe angels, who they’re still with me you know, until I write book three…they helped me write the book, but they’re the ones who give me the titles of the chapter. And the Father said, “I’m going to have you give the truth about suicide.”

And he actually was adamant. He caught me up to heaven several times to show this to me. He said, “If you first look the dictionary and see what it says about the word ‘suicide’. And if you look in the dictionary, it says ‘knowingly, willingly intelligently taking your own life’. Okay?


Most people who end their suffering aren’t in the right mind, not having the right emotions…They get to a point where the suffering is so great, they don’t want to suffer, so they’re ending their suffering. Suicide, according to the dictionary, would be somebody like a terrorist, a terrorist bomber, or somebody who came in and just killed a whole bunch of people, so they themselves would be killed. That is what ‘suicide is’, these people are in the right mind, like 911, I’m just gonna mention that, it’s a really good one.

People who are being tormented because they’re being abused, mentally, emotionally, or physically- that’s not suicide. God doesn’t count that as suicide.

They can’t stay stand the suffering. They love their family, they don’t want to leave their family, and it’s not something they do intentionally…. This is what he showed me. And then he took me to heaven to show me three different people who had ended their suffering, showed me why they ended it, they were in heaven. And one of them had a trophy on the mantel that said ‘God, one devil zero.'”

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