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False Prophet Tells Bizarre Story of Seeing Jesus Save People During 9/11 Because Relatives Were Praying for Them

by | Sep 14, 2022

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Kat Kerr may be one of the most bizarre people on the planet constantly telling fables and fairy tales about being transported to Heaven and seeing people there. Whatever it is, her endless delusional mind causes her to recount such things as places like Christmastown in Heaven where Santa Clause lives, visions of a “mock hell” where teenage girls who were tight jeans go to be cured of their immodesty, and a special place in Heaven called “Passionate Paradise” where celibates and virgins get to hang out.

But in one of her most bizarre stories yet, she says that God physically transported her to the towers during the 9/11 attacks where she saw Jesus standing there with his arms spread out and souls being lifted up into Heaven as people were getting saved.

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But even more bizarre is that the reason these people were getting saved is that relatives were praying for them which caused Jesus to reveal Himself to them. In a recent interview with the ever-gullible Steve Schultz from Elijah List, Kerr says she was witness to the great event where Jesus, who was bigger than the Twin Towers building, stood there receiving the souls of people whose relatives prayed for them.

Steve Schultz: So I wanted to ask you this, so like in 9/11, three thousand…perished within seconds. And a lot of those would have had people praying for their salvation if they weren’t, of course we have no idea how many that would be. So even in a situation like that, God would have made himself real to everyone of those that were perishing if a relative had stood for them?

Kat Kerr: Yes, and they actually had time…to call out for His name. And I actually…saw that part that happened.

Kat Kerr: The Lord took me to the Twin Towers and I saw people screaming and yelling and smoke everywhere. But Jesus was standing there with his arms open like this, he was big, bigger than the building and his arms were open like this. And I began to see spirits go up, and they were the spirits of the people dying. And I didn’t stay there for a long time, but I saw Him receiving them.

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