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Kat Kerr Says Christians Who Wear Blue Jeans, Make-up, Go to “Mock Hell”

by | Aug 30, 2021 | heresy, News, The Church, Video | 0 comments

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Kat Kerr, who we’ve repeatedly covered here at Reformation Charlotte, recently revealed that she has seen Christians in a “mock hell” created by Satan being tormented and being told they are there for wearing blue jeans and make-up.

No, you literally can’t make this stuff up. The crazy pink-haired prophet is known for making up fanciful tales, lying wonders, and false dreams and visions and ascribing them to the Holy Spirit. But as the days go by, she becomes more and more blatant in her lies.

The Scriptures, of course, nowhere speak of any kind of “mock hell,” purgatory, or any other spiritual place outside of Heaven or Hell where people go when they die. When we die, either Christians–who have been saved by the grace of God through faith alone in the shed blood of Christ–will go to Heaven, or those who don’t will go to real, actual Hell–not “mock hell.”

Kat Kerr made our False Teacher of the Day #37 in our false teacher series.

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