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Charismatic Prophetess Says She Saw People Fishing in Heaven

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Charismatic false prophetess, Kat Kerr–also known as the “pinked-haired prophetess” and the “Krazy Kat Lady”–says she saw people sitting on their deck in Heaven fishing.

Now, while that might sound like a fun outdoor activity for us to do on Earth–remember, God gave us dominion over the animals at creation and permission to hunt and eat them after the flood–it seems like a moot activity to kill animals for food in Heaven. For one thing, God will provide all we need. But the notion that there will be death in Heaven in any way seems, at least to rational people, to be contrary to Scripture.

“He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.” –Revelation 21:4

The trouble with people like this is that they don’t really know Jesus. If she would have been ushered into the presence of the risen and exalted Christ and seen anything at all in Heaven, by what perversion of priorities would she even be thinking about fishing? When Paul met Christ on the road to Damascus, he never got over it. Every breath he took, every thought he thought, and every step he took was in his willing grateful, and joyous service

People like this kook just don’t know Christ. Somebody who had, wouldn’t be thinking about fishing after leaving this world and being in his direct presence.

         

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