KAT KERR

For those of you who believe Kat Kerr, and her claims of how she sees into the spirit realm so very often, and has supposedly been to Heaven many times and how she claims to have seen God, I want you to consider the following scriptures:

Whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory… ~ 1 Peter 1:8

No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God remains in us, and His love is perfected in us. ~ 1 John 4:12

If anyone says, “I love God,” but hates his brother, he is a liar. For anyone who does not love his brother, whom he has seen, cannot love God, whom he has not seen. ~ 1 John 4:20

No one has ever seen God, but the one and only Son, who is Himself God and is at the Father’s side, has made Him known. ~ John 1:18

Before we proceed further, I want you to notice a point of emphasis about Jesus in relation to the gospel. Jesus is the one in whom God is revealed to humanity. No one has ever seen God (literally seen his person), only the Son whom God sent can reveal God. This is a fundamental truth with regards to the message of the gospel. Anyone claiming otherwise is promoting another gospel. God is revealed to us in Christ alone!

In the Old Testament, God himself told Moses, “Thou canst not see my face: for there shall no man see me, and live.” ~ Exodus 33:20

Now consider Paul’s words:

He alone is immortal and dwells in unapproachable light. No one has ever seen him, nor can anyone see him. To Him be honor and eternal dominion! Amen. ~ 1 Timothy 6:16

Earlier in 1 Timothy, Paul refers to God as “invisible” in a doxology of praise – Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honor and glory for ever and ever. Amen. ~ 1 Timothy 1:17

Remember, a fundamental truth about the gospel is that Christ alone can reveal the Father. Thus Paul says of Jesus, “who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature.” ~ Colossians 1:15

Those who in scripture saw the Lord, such as the prophet Isaiah (Isaiah 6), did not see God’s face. Instead they saw his majesty and glory, in similar fashion as Moses when God allowed him to see his goodness and glory, but Moses was not allowed to see God’s face. In the New Testament, the apostle John references Isaiah’s experience: “These things said Esaias, when he saw his glory, and spake of him.” ~ John 12:41

Now, I want you to think of Kat Kerr’s claims about Heaven where cows drive tractors, where five and six foot rabbits wear aprons, and where a city made of jello can be found. In comparison to this “Alice in Wonderland” and “spiritual Disney World”  description of Heaven, consider the reverence of Moses, Isaiah and the apostle Paul who each had divine encounters with the Holy One.

When God’s presence overshadowed Moses he immediately bowed down to the ground and worshiped (Genesis 34:8). When Isaiah saw the Lord he cried, “Woe is me! for I am undone; because I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips: for mine eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts.” ~ Isaiah 6:5

Now consider Paul’s description:

I knew a man in Christ above fourteen years ago, (whether in the body, I cannot tell; or whether out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth;) such an one caught up to the third heaven. And I knew such a man, (whether in the body, or out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth;) How that he was caught up into paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter. ~ 2 Corinthians 12:1-4

In contrast to Kat Kerr and others who make claims of regular trips to Heaven, Paul cautiously references an experience 14 years prior, and contextually this was something Paul did not boast in but only mentions it to make his point in refuting the false apostles which were seducing the Corinthians.

In scripture those who had divine encounters with God, or even angels of God, displayed holy reverence. Even the apostle John who walked with Jesus in the flesh and was personally ordained an apostle by Jesus was overcome with in awe (reverence and holy fear) in the presence of the Heavenly glory of Jesus: “And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead.” ~ Revelation 1:17a

The claims of Kat Kerr and others who make similar claims reduce the glory of the Lord to the commonality of human imagination, but God is not common and can not be crafted by human imagination. God is Holy! God is greatly to be feared in the assembly of the saints, and to be had in reverence of all them that are about him. ~ Psalm 89:7

You can believe Kat Kerr and others who make outlandish claims of regular trips to Heaven if you so chose, but if you do, you are choosing their words over the holy scriptures. Kat Kerr, and others who make similar claims, have neither seen God, nor had a genuine experience of Heaven. Kat Kerr is appealing to the itching ears of those who are turning away from sound doctrine to fleshly ideas of spiritual realities.

For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables. ~2 Timothy 4:3-4

KATT KERR ~ Part Two

I recently received a very good question in response to my article on Kat Kerr. I have decided to answer it publicly. Hopefully it will be helpful for those who want the truth. Here is the commenters response to the article:

Hello, I have read your post. It seems your main argument is about SEEING GOD. And it’s clear from your standpoint that no one can see God.

The first thing I would like to understand is, what is SEEING GOD in this context? Is it about seeing all the details of his face? If a man sees the form of God in his brilliance, can we say he has seen God or he hasn’t?

Like if a man stands before God’s throne, and he beholds the brilliance of his essence, is this enough for us to say he has seen God or not?

So help me define well the context in which we are looking at the aspect of SEEING GOD. Thank you.

Here is my reply:

Thank you for the comment, and that is a very good question. Before I answer it I want to say there are many reasons why Christians should reject Kat Kerr’s claims but the most obvious one ought to be her claims of having seen God. 

There were instances in the Bible where people saw God (his form, and/or his glory), not many but only a few, and no one saw his face. I will address this momentarily, but before I do, consider the following:

First, the fact that only a few in scripture had such encounters with God ought to be an indicator to us that such experiences are rare.

Secondly, those who had such experiences with God did not have recurring experiences like Kat Kerr claims to have. Unfortunately, it’s becoming all too popular among false teachers to boast of trips to Heaven. One of them claims to have been to Heaven some ridiculous amount, something like 700 times or so.

Thirdly, those in scripture who had such experiences were deeply affected by God’s glory and power. Their experiences were holy and sacred, unlike today’s false teachers who describe Heaven like a mystical Candy Land or Disney World. The descriptions by Kat Kerr and others who make such claims are in stark contrast to those who had encounters with God in scripture. There is absolutely nothing they have in common.

Fourthly, heavenly experiences in scripture were according to God’s sovereign will in contrast to today’s Heaven travelers who profit from their tales speaking as if they can take off and go to Heaven any time they want to. In fact I recently watched one among them teaching people how to have Heavenly trips.

Now to answer your question. In scripture there were people who had visions of God, but never once does any of them see God’s face. When Moses asked God to see his glory, God specifically said to Moses, Thou canst not see my face: for there shall no man see me, and live. Notice that God uses the expression see my face and see me interchangeably. This holds true throughout the entirety of scripture, as no one has ever looked on the face of God except his only begotten Son, Jesus.

No man hath seen God at any time, the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him. ~ John 1:18

It might be of some help to mention that not even Jesus ever mentioned what God looks like. If anyone is qualified to tell us what God looks like, it was Jesus, and he never did.

There is not a single place anywhere in scripture that describes God’s face, and no one who had a vision of God ever described his face, or even claimed to have seen his face. A case could be made that doing so is forbidden by the second command “thou shalt make no  graven image”, yet Kat Kerr claims she could draw a picture of God’s face from her photographic memory if she were an artist. She is lying.

Consider that if God himself said to Moses “no man can look on my face and live”, and no one in scripture, not even Jesus describes what God’s face looks like, then who is Kat Kerr to claim she could draw the face of God because of her photographic memory? This is the kind of question that Christians should ask rather than being gullible and believing this woman. There is an atheist who has a blog who refuted this woman’s claims with scripture. It truly is shameful when an atheist will take the time to appeal to scripture to refute the lie of a false teacher while a sect of Christians will not, but would rather believe a lie over the scriptures.

I have have an article addressing the visions of God in scripture:
https://rootedandgroundedinchrist.com/2021/07/25/what-does-the-bible-teach-about-visions-of-god/




9 thoughts on “KAT KERR

  1. Most of her crazy prophecies have failed in coming to pass and her so called Heaven trips are not in the Bible so why give this charlatan the time of day?

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  2. I do not need to have a trip to heaven to know that Kat Kerr’s words are false. I have God’s Holy written word. According to God’s Word, God dwells in unapproachable light whom no man can see or hath seen, and no man has seen God (looked upon his person) at anytime.

    Kat Kerr’s claims are contrary to this clear truth in scripture. Which is what I have pointed out in my article, and in my first reply to you.

    What part of this don’t you understand?

    Do not comment again unless you specifically address how Kat Kerr can look into the face of God and describe what he looks like when the Bible says no man has seen God at anytime. Any comment from you dodging this will result all your comments being removed from this article. I will not waste my time going in circles with nonsense. Either address her claims which are contrary to the doctrine of God which I have pointed out or don’t comment again.

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    • Hello, I have read your post. It seems your main argument is about SEEING GOD. And its clear from your stand point that no one can see God.

      The first thing I would like to understand, what is SEEING GOD in this context? Is it about seeing all the details of his face? If a man sees the form of God in his brilliance, can we say he has seen God or he hasn’t?

      Like if a man stands before God’s throne, and he beholds the brilliance of his essence, is this enough for us to say he has seen God or not?

      So help me define well the context in which we are looking at the aspect of SEEING GOD. Thank you.

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      • Thank you for the comment, and that is a very good question. Before I answer it I want to say there are many reasons why Christians should reject Kat Kerr’s claims but the most obvious one ought to be her claims of having seen God.

        There were instances in the Bible where people saw God, not many but only a few. I will qualify what I mean by “seeing God” momentarily, but first I want to say the following:

        First, the fact that only a few in scripture had such encounters with God ought to be an indicator to us that such experiences are rare.

        Secondly, those who had such experiences with God did not have recurring experiences like Kat Kerr claims to have had. Unfortunately, it’s becoming all too popular among false teachers to boast of trips to Heaven. One of them claims to have been to Heaven some ridiculous amount, something like 700 times or so.

        Thirdly, those in scripture who had such experiences were deeply affected by God’s glory and power. Their experiences were holy and sacred, unlike today’s false teachers who describe Heaven like a mystical Candy Land or Disney World. The descriptions in scripture and the descriptions by Kat Kerr’s and others of the world are in stark contrast, there is absolutely nothing they have in common.

        Fourthly, heavenly experiences in scripture were according to God’s sovereign will in contrast to today’s Heaven travelers who profit from their tales speaking as if they can take off and go to Heaven any time they want to. In fact I recently watched one among them teaching people how to have Heavenly trips.

        Now to answer your question. In scripture there were people who had visions of God, but never once does any of them see God’s face. When Moses asked God to see his glory, God specifically said to Moses, Thou canst not see my face: for there shall no man see me, and live. Notice that God uses the expression see my face and see me interchangeably. This holds true throughout the entirety of scripture, as no one has ever looked on the face of God except his only begotten Son, Jesus.

        No man hath seen God at any time, the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him. ~ John 1:18

        It might be of some help to mention that not even Jesus ever mentioned what God looks like. If anyone is qualified to tell us what God looks like, it was Jesus, and he never did.

        There is not a single place anywhere in scripture that describes God’s face, and no one who had a vision of God ever described his face, or even claimed to have seen his face. A case could be made that doing so is forbidden by the second command “thou shalt make no graven image”, yet Kat Kerr claims she could draw a picture of God’s face from her photographic memory if she were an artist. She is lying.

        Consider that if God himself said to Moses “no man can look on my face and live”, and no one else in scripture, not even Jesus, ever describes what God’s face looks like, then who is Kat Kerr to claim she could draw the face of God because of her photographic memory?

        This is the kind of question that people need to ask rather than being gullible and believing this woman. When she claims to have seen God’s face, she’s lying. And if her Heaven trips where she sees God’s face is a lie, there is no reason to think there is any truth in any of her other claims.

        I hope this helps.

        WHAT DOES THE BIBLE TEACH ABOUT VISIONS OF GOD.
        https://rootedandgroundedinchrist.com/2021/07/25/what-does-the-bible-teach-about-visions-of-god/

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  4. Good analysis/synopsis of this insanity. Wanting to ask you about all these sincere people who have claimed to have visited hell and some repeatedly with Jesus. Many claim to have seen Christians in hell. TY

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    • The older I get and the longer I serve Christ, the less I believe any of them because there is nothing new under the Sun.

      There are always contradictions against the scriptures that can be found in their testimonies. There is a reason why Paul described his experience as “hearing things that cannot be told, which man may not utter” ~ 2 Corinthians 12:4. Paul would not even boast in his experience, yet these people use their experiences to promote themselves and to profit.

      When Jesus gave the story of the rich man and Lazarus, Jesus said the rich man went to hell and pleaded with Abraham to have mercy. Notice what Abraham said in response regarding the scriptures:

      And he cried and said, Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame. But Abraham said, Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime received thy good things, and likewise Lazarus evil things: but now he is comforted, and thou art tormented. And beside all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed: so that they which would pass from hence to you cannot; neither can they pass to us, that would come from thence. Then he said, I pray thee therefore, father, that thou wouldest send him to my father’s house: For I have five brethren; that he may testify unto them, lest they also come into this place of torment. Abraham saith unto him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them. And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent. And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead. ~ Luke 16:24 -31

      Moses and the prophets is a reference to the scriptures that resulted from Moses and the ministry of the prophets.

      In John 5, Jesus told the Jews, Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me. And ye will not come to me, that ye might have life. ~ 39-40

      Later in the same chapter Jesus told them, Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father: there is one that accuseth you, even Moses, in whom ye trust. For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of me. But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words? ~ v. 45-47

      I know of a preacher who claims to have gone to Heaven years ago and in his book about that experience, he claimed that Jesus informed him that he (Jesus) had brought him (the preacher) to heaven to tell him (the preacher) to tell people he (Jesus) was coming again. That was the message he conveyed.

      You don’t need a supernatural experience to preach the coming of Jesus, but if Jesus were to give me an experience in Heaven and told me that he had brought me to Heaven to tell people he was coming again, you can believe that I would preach what Jesus had told me to preach more than anything else.

      I don’t think I have ever heard this preacher preach on the coming of the Lord even once, Possibly I have heard him say the Lord is coming, but don’t remember ever hearing him emphasize it. Yet his book and testimony about going to heaven has been widely accepted and I am certain, profitable. In fact, I have my suspicions about his testimony for other reasons I won’t go into here. Suffice to say, I find holes in his claims as I do with many others.

      Paul told the Colossians, Let no one disqualify you, insisting on ascetic practices and the worship of angels, claiming access to a visionary realm and inflated without cause by his unspiritual mind. ~ Colossians 2:18

      The truth is these visionary claims often lead people to elevate the visionary’s words above the teachings of scripture.

      Those who claim to have had such visions and experiences appeal to the masses of carnal Christians who often have no depth of spiritual understanding and who are very limited in their true knowledge of the teachings and doctrine of scripture. These visionaries teach and cause gullible believers to be tossed to and fro by every wind of doctrine.

      I do believe it’s possible that a person could have an experience in which they had a divine encounter with an angel or a vision of Jesus, but those experiences are sacred and not equal to the authority of the scriptures. A true experience would cause a person to likely not want to talk much about it because it would be too holy of an experience to just tell anyone. Real experiences that people in the Bible had with angels, or seeing the Glory of God were very sacred.

      About 35 years ago, I had a very vivid dream in which I encountered Jesus. When I woke up I was aware of God’s holiness and the fear of the Lord was present. I don’t preach or teach based on that dream and don’t promote my ministry with it. It was a dream and a powerful one to me at the time, but it is not what I am called to preach and teach. I am called to preach and teach the Word of God and walk with Jesus daily. Honestly, that dream adds nothing to my life now, because Jesus is real to me because of the presence of the Holy Spirit who abides within my heart. That dream is something I use to bring people under a spell to place me on a “spiritual pedestal.” In fact people should be free to judge it by the Word of God if I ever shared it and reject it if they found it wasn’t in line with the sound doctrine of scripture.

      My wife can tell you I’m not all that – I’m not some spiritual giant because I had a dream I had some 35 years ago.

      When Peter described the voice that he and other disciples heard in the mount of transfiguration when they saw Jesus’s glory, he writes, “Because of that experience, we have even greater confidence in the message proclaimed by the prophets. You must pay close attention to what they wrote, for their words are like a lamp shining in a dark place—until the Day dawns, and Christ the Morning Star shines in your hearts.” ~ 1 Peter 1:19

      If anyone’s testimony of visions does not amplify the truth of scripture, and point people to the scriptures, they should not be accepted. Those who preach their visions, and make their visions equal to the scriptures in any manner, have embarked on being false teachers in error, and should be rejected.

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