Reactions

Well it’s been about 36 hours since I posted my first blog post. It has gotten almost 200 views and I have gotten positive feedback from people all around the world. It seems some people are glad that I am speaking up.  Others however, are not. Yesterday I got ex-communicated from my church in a facebook comment if you can believe it! Not even a text message or phone call never mind a face to face dismissal.  It is very upsetting, but sometimes the truth will offend but still I will go forward.  When you really start stepping out in truth that you know, most often people are not going to like you can expect opposition and persecution.

It’s very hard for people to accept truth when it conflicts with what they believe to be true.

I was told, when I presented this to my church, that they would not listen to me and they stand by this lady 100%.  Someone actually said that unless God gives me a dream or a vision I will not listen.  I don’t think they even read the whole article if any at all.  I am using the written word of God to judge Kat Ker and what the leadership has told me (in that church), is that they don’t go to word of God to find the truth anymore – but instead they look for visions and dreams.  They will listen to prophets even if they contradict the word of God.

It really hurts to see that they would rather support someone outside the flock that comes by once in a while  – with wild un-biblical claims I might add – rather than someone from within their own flock – raising legitimate concerns with scripture.

I sent this also to Kat Kerr, and instead of explaining or even defending herself she used a very common technique to deflect the allegations.  She deflected the whole argument by saying,  “it’s ok that I don’t believe her”, “I have to do God’s will” and “I’m not judging you God will do that”.  I wish I had saved the message but now I am blocked from her facebook.  It appears she is afraid I might get through to some people.  If she has nothing to hide why block me?  She is on facebook so I encourage everyone who reads this and believes it to be true to  re-post post my article and if you’re bold enough – post it on her page.

I have tried to reach Kat prior to this personally she did not listen, I have taken it before the church  and now I will request a meeting in person according to (Matthew 18:15-17).  I will see what kind of response I will get.

I am going to leave this post with this:

One of the most often quoted scriptures is “Judge not, lest ye be judged” (Matthew 7:1 KJV). Taken out of context, the verse has been used to incorrectly justify never taking a stand on anything that would require a judgment to be made. Rather, the verse is referring to hypocritical, self-righteous, unfair kinds of judgment, especially where the confronter is guilty of the same sin as the one being confronted.

We should stand up for the truth and not let people falsely hide behind this verse and escape accountability.

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21 thoughts on “Reactions

  1. Hello Ken,

    I am a prophetic person myself and been a Spirit filled Christian for over four decades. I am very open to the Holy Spirit and would be ready to do anything He would ask me to do because He would NEVER lead me astray. For some time now, I have heard of Kat Kerr and taken time to listen to her messages on Youtube. I believe that God gives wisdom to whoever asks for it and I have to say that from day one, I have never had any witness in my spirit that this woman was for real. What I fear is that a great part of the Body of Christ has become so gullible that they are ready to accept just about anything without testing and comparing these supposed prophets’s allegations with the word of God. I would not be surprised that KK has realized that she could have a ministry and be well supported financially if she was past extravagant with an incredible message… And that’s what she does. Since nothing can be proven, anything can be said about heaven, God and His blue eyes (honestly!!!), creation, angels, spirits and hell, the roller coasters and the throne room. Amazingly enough, anyone who has truly encountered the true God is rather awestruck, shaking, trembling and “afraid”, in any case NEVER casual, treating God almighty like a buddy. In “The Knowledge of the Holy”, A. W. Tozer speaks about these Christians “who speak to the Man upstairs” as shocking at best. How human creatures can ever be casual with God Almighty? Intimate, passionate, yes, casual never.

    I like the fact that you are not aggressive, mean spirited and bashing and that you simply expose the true facts. I personally wrote to Patricia King after 9/11 telling her that I thought that this terrible event was a judgment against America and a wake up call for Christians to pray and intercede. She rebuked me very firmly telling me that I was too judgmental. I have taken the time to read your blog and seen that KK and PK are friends. That’s a confirmation to me because I have great doubts about both. I am not saying that these women are dangerous, they are simply out of hand and basically unbiblical. I wouldn’t call them wolves in sheep’s clothing because it is seems obvious that they don’t want to consciously harm people, yet where does start spiritual abuse? It is great to be an encourager – it is my primary gift – but not at any cost. Liars and deceivers will be very severely judged in the end. The most important mystery is certainly not to go to heaven as often as you shower, but to have a passionate, radical, intimate relationship with the One who has promised to lead us in all truth.

  2. Hi Ken, I myself am a Prophet of God, have been for going on 30 years, and i have to say your article on Kat Kerr is one of the most well written, well thought out articles I’ve read in awhile….your spiritual insight is sound and your heart seems to be in the right place…very thorough….many false prophets (and prophetess’s) abound today one reason is so many are so shallow spiritually they are unable to exercise true discernment….itching ears and all that….you aren’t bashing or trashing but speaking the truth in love….keep those blogs coming brother…..

  3. Keep it simply. The most important for everyone is to develope a relationship with god and communicate with him. We are not to judge one another. Kat has a relationship with God and loves him. As brothers and sisters we are to love one another and not bring about confusion in one’s belief. We all believe in one God and so we should be a blessing and share our love of the father. No woman or man is perfect but if she loves God and wants to share his love there is nothing wrong here. People limit God and bring fear to what to believe in. The heavenly father does greif because we don’t trust him enough to believe. We all need to work on our own heart and relationship with him.

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