Ket Kerr has a poor track record when it comes to getting natural disasters to heed her commands. Now she’s commanding (by way of God) the wildfires in California to cease their destruction, but that doesn’t seem to be working out either.
Kerr claims to have a direct line to God. She describes her website The Revelation Zone as a source for “continual revelation on Heaven, the spirit realm” and “how to operate” in the spirit realm. On her Facebook page, which has just under 40,000 followers, she describes herself as a “revelator,” which just another word for “prophet.”
In a video posted to her Facebook page last week, Kerr called on her followers to join her in taking “power over all of the power of the enemy controlling the fires in California.”
“We take power over all the power of the demonic that is controlling and ruling in that situation, and we command—as commanders, like Christ commanded the host—we take authority over the situation and we command the host of heaven to go now to California right now [and] begin to put those fires out,” she said.
“We take authority over the weather system and we command a low pressure system to come in right now to bring the rain,” she continued. “We command a low pressure system to being to form in the area of California where the fires are burning up God’s property and we say, no more! No more, in Jesus’ name. We are stopping these fires today.”
Kerr predicted that the fires would immediately begin to diminish as a result of her call to God, and it would be confirmed on the news.
“They will report on the news, ‘The fires are diminishing, we don’t understand, we don’t know how this can happen, this is not normal,'” she declared.
“You know what, we are not normal people living on this earth; we are supernatural sons and daughters of God and we are going to keep commanding that low pressure system to come and to bring the rain and the rain to come and to help put those fires out! They will go no further, in Jesus’ name.”
Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:
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