It’s just so ridiculously stupid that these people — who NAR Apostle Michael Brown continues to defend — have any kind of voice at all. Repeatedly, they prophesy falsely, which makes them false prophets, and they and teach falsely, which makes them false teachers. Why that’s such a difficult concept for a professing Christian to grasp is beyond comprehensible — it’s simply annoying.
Kat Kerr — who you may remember last year falsely predicted that she was going to “crush” Hurricane Dorian and, instead, Dorian took many lives — is one of the most well-known prophets in the New Apostolic Reformation. The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a loose coalition of false prophets and apostles — founded by the late C. Peter Wagner — who band together to promote each other’s fake signs and wonders, sell each other’s books, and defraud people for money.
Now, Katt Kerr is promising that Donald Trump is going to win the election, and she knows this, not because of poll numbers, policy decisions, and a general attitude of favorability towards the president, but because thousands of angels wearing red, white, and blue robes in Heaven told her this.
“We in America are the land of the brave, the free, and the filled with God,” she continued. “And I can tell you that whole event was filled with the presence of God. And yes, there were 1,000 angels waiting. You know who these angels were? I could see them sitting all up in the upper stands and everything, in the seats, and they were white. They just glow with the glory of God. But they actually were wearing red, white, and blue robes.”
“And the Holy Spirit said, ‘These angels are special ops angels that were sent from Heaven back in 2016 to fight on behalf of America, on our president, on his administration, God’s plans that he has for this country.’ And they were there to be sent out again right now. And we all did that,” she claimed. “It was very powerful to see them. They shoot past us like beams of light, and they were very powerful beings.”
Besides the obvious blasphemy of the Holy Spirit here, it should be noted that Katt Kerr, like all charismatic “prophets,” are idolaters. They are idolaters of this nation and idolaters of the president. While there is nothing wrong with supporting the president and loving the nation, these false prophets have exchanged the truth about God for a God of temporal comfort and political ideology.