#278) Kat Kerr - Garments of Praise – Whitney Houston (another account) Pt 2 of 2
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#278) Kat Kerr - Garments of Praise – Whitney Houston (another account) Pt 2 of 2
“They knew she was in Heaven, and that her funeral took this world to church! If you did not see that service that she had… I went back and watched some of it online. You can go on there and watch it online.
Literally, she took this world to church and they didn’t care. The media didn’t care. They talked about God. They talked about Jesus. They talked about Heaven during their whole service. Even people you never expected would make statements about God, and about Whitney’s life.”
“I can tell you, she started in the church. She started using that gift for God singing the gospel. She wrote gospel albums. She knew who created her. She knew there was a God. She knew who Jesus was and her Mom and Grandmother never stopped praying for her.”
“And this is what the Holy Spirit allowed me to find out later, I did not know this at the time, but the last day of her life, she was out with her friends somewhere, I don’t remember exactly where it was. But they were in this place, I don’t know if it was a bar and grill, or what it was, and Whitney wasn’t feeling that well at the time. And her friend said, ‘You’ve got to sing for us before we leave’. And she didn’t really want to do it. And she said ‘Anything you want. Just sing something’. And of course, she was almost at the bottom of the barrel at this time with her life. She knew that her life wasn’t necessarily in order and that she’d been through a whole lot of stuff. And they said she stepped up and began to sing ‘Yes Jesus Loves Me!’
Everyone was crying in this place when she was singing, and they were so undone. And I tell you why, because this is what the Holy Spirit said: ‘She meant every single word, and when she sang that song, she was recommitting her life back to Me’.”
“How precious, and yet in our minds, we would think, ‘No, she has to be in a church. She has to walk down the aisle. She has to have a whole bunch of people see her do that, or it’s not real.’ You know what? It’s what was done in her heart, and only God knows the hearts of men and women. And I will tell you this, no matter what other people have said. I don’t care if they say they saw her in Hell, trust me, she is in Heaven. Jesus received that song as her recommitting her life, and she is up there.”
“And this is what the Lord told me. He said, ‘It was time to bring Whitney home because we are right now rehearsing the songs that will be sung during the Marriage Supper of the Lamb and one of the people we have chosen to sing those songs was Whitney.’”
There were many video segments created individually. For those who desire to see them, reference Youtube. There is a thread on Whitney Houston’s death which is really a more appropriate place to list those. I have listed a couple of relatively short ones (by comparison) to get a feel for the service.)
She watched it! It’s good to have so many people care for you; even in the world.]
Here is the link to the first post submitted about Whitney's being in Heaven that included the Youtube video with her singing "Yes, Jesus Loves Me".
Last edited by Alive_Again; 10th March 2013 at 11:42 PM.
“One of the things that I tell my services, what the Father said, He said: ‘It doesn’t matter to Me, what is done with your body when you die.’ He said, ‘For some reason people think I can’t put ashes together.’
“He said: ‘In the Word, I know that people are using the scripture that says: ‘Don’t allow yourself to be passed through the fire.’ He said: ‘That scripture, when that was written, was not written about cremation.’”
“He said: ‘It’s cheaper. Do it. Keep the money for yourself. Your loved ones are not going to care.’ And He said, ‘That scripture was talking about, back in the Old Testament, people would literally, while they’re still living, cut hunks of their body off and lay it on the arms of an idol, and it would burned as a sacrifice. Some people (which is so horrific, we can’t imagine this), would take even family members while they were living, and they would put them on this idol, and there is this huge fire that would pass up, and they would pass that body, even while someone was living through that fire as a sacrifice to that idol. That’s what He meant when He said, ‘Don’t allow yourself to be passed through the fire’. He was saying, ‘Don’t do that idol worship.’ ‘Don’t give yourself, even pieces of yourself to that.’ Because He knew it was the devil. It’s all about the devil receiving worship.”
“And so He was forbidding them to do that. It has nothing to do today with being buried or being cremated.”
“My own father, who had an extremely intimate relationship his entire life from the age of five or four, knew God well, asked for himself to be cremated. And I can tell you, my Dad would have known.”
“God Himself said, ‘Tell them to go ahead and do it.’ He said, ‘I will have no problem bringing those ashes back together.’ He said, ‘What is the difference in you doing that or some precious, beloved, child of Mine being killed in a fire, and being burned up in that fire, and now they’re ashes… Do you think I’m not going to do something with their body?’”
“People have this idea that God, because you know on that day of the resurrection of the dead, they think if you don’t have literal bones (some are nothing but bones by that time in their casket); they feel like if that body is not together, He can’t resurrect them, which is totally silly. He knows where every ash and molecule and cell is of your body; and, at one point He is going to bring all of them back together and glorify that body that you had; and you’re going to look so much better than you do now.”
“And then I tell people, He is going to “superglue” your eternal spirit. If you’re living in Heaven, He’s going to take your eternal spirit and put it in that glorified body, and you’re going to have it back, and it will be one glorified being. Then you will be immortal, and no longer mortal.”
“Those living on the earth when all of this happens, He will catch you up, and you will be glorified instantly with your spirit in your body, and you will become immortal. But He said this, ‘There is nowhere that you can hide; whether you’re eaten by a shark, blown up in an explosion; it doesn’t matter how you die. I know where every part of your being is. I made you in the beginning, and I can put you back together.’”
“So please: there is absolutely nothing wrong with people being cremated. It’s much less expensive, and you need the money. They don’t need it in Heaven. They have a mansion you couldn’t even pay to have built up in Heaven. Don’t feel bad if you had to have that done. It’s perfectly alright with God. Amen.”
Thanks for typing this and bringing it to this forum. I really enjoyed reading it. I know this is true because other people have also spoken about different places in heaven such as the body parts room. Tony kemp on "its supernatural" spoke about it.
I've just recently discovered Kat Kerr not only do I say "good morning heaven" but I'm so much more aware of how each day is for God. Becomes less about me and more about God. My outlook has been so much better towards everything!!!! I declare Gods promises in the morning when I wake up...
I'm so glad you're getting it. If you only got one thing that you really applied (beyond just knowing about Heaven), if you ask and receive grace for abundant life each day, it will impact your walk... from here on!
The other "Kat Kerr" thread on the baptism in fire and the latter rain has a lot of instruction about overcoming. Imparting the anointing is is a powerful weapon. People should really meditate on this and then step out and "try it".
She recently said that when she closes her eyes she sees the spirit realm (all of the time). This is very valuable intelligence. Even in bed, with a pillow over her face, she sees right through it into the spirit realm. If you knew the impact you make when you do something (or not do something),you'd make sure your actions really counted. We basically know this anyway, but when an anointed testimony comes forward, it really re-ignites your faith (a great gift). It's great fun to share verbally and you can "watch' God manifest within you as you pour out.
She said that she went over a thousand times alone n the last year. I'm going to post more soon.
As she has said (basically), it's time to dust off your dreams and take them out and look them over.
I know I received 2 prophetic words over the span of a month. One said to dream big! The follow up one said to "Dream bigger!"
“And this is what the Lord told me. He said, ‘It was time to bring Whitney home because we are right now rehearsing the songs that will be sung during the Marriage Supper of the Lamb and one of the people we have chosen to sing those songs was Whitney.’ (Kat Kerr)
So Whitney died of drowning in a cocaine stupor because God chose her to sing at the Marriage Supper and she needed to practice?
Have you considered that Whitney was already in a "compromised" position presumably due to her unwise behavior. God no doubt makes a decision to call people home or not when they are in a similar position and they cry out to Him.
Many people's lives are spared and extended due to the mercy of God and His desire to complete the plan for your life. Ultimately the choice is His. I'm sure we've all been the beneficiary of that mercy. I know for a fact I have.
In any case, God didn't "kill" Whitney, but He obviously made a choice to take her home. She obviously qualified (since He won't violate His Word and nature). So your judgment is more along the lines of not believing that she cried out to God. That her cocaine use disqualified her (which it might have on its own), but her heart condition is what God ultimately looked at. It is God's choice as to if He would use her for the marriage supper celebration.
When she turned to the Lord shortly (days before) her death, she no doubt still had a lot of baggage and weights afflicting her soul and body. Yet even in her affliction and bad choices, she probably called out to God. So the judgment is: Can you believe that she did cry out and that God had mercy on her? Since He had a plan to use her gift in Heaven, He went ahead and chose the spiritual "eject" button and took her home.
As for your behavior...
If you just went about asking questions and wondering how certain things could be in an honest fashion (with love in your heart), your question would be valid and worthy of discussion (or debate).
Instead you brand her a liar in need of attention and seeking to fleece the flock for monetary gain. You run her good name through the mud. If someone went to Heaven everyday, wouldn't you be reluctant to slander that person? Wouldn't you want to know it if this was the case? If you had a "blind spot" about the matter? Wouldn't you want to know?
If you read this and believe, please take your right hand and smack yourself across the cheek and scream, 'Wake up!!!"
Your judgment will come by your own words. Choose them carefully.
This stuff is so bad, it should be obvious to anyone reading it that it's the product of a sad individual who knows how easily people are fooled. Folks, she's making this stuff up.
A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one's birth.
A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold.
I'm realizing how much I'm missed out on being honest and having integrity when I could have been the center of attention and collections if I just made up a bunch of stories telling people all kinds of touchy/feely stuff about fictional encounters with Heaven and angels and people will believe and hand over $20 to the collection bucket or buy my CD.
You consider your slander of her being "honest and having integrity"?
If you were judging the content, you might ask something like, "How does that agree with scripture? How does her death become part of God's plan?"
Instead you judge the person. You slam the gavel on her reputation because you lack understanding. You believe she is a huckster and you take on the judgment you make.
Some of Kerr's family came forward and let everyone know she's full of baloney and a very needy, unstable person, but everyone just dismisses naysayers because they have so much faith in what tickles their ears.
Someone who sleeps four hours a day and eats one meal a day and goes around preaching the gospel of the kingdom. Teaching people to repent and walk in holiness. To actually pursue it for the love of God (not some religious burden). Very needy and unstable? By comparison, I would be more likely to describe us that way than her. Her whole family gives stuff away. They took people off of the street into their home and gave them the food off their table. She's belonged to the same church for decades and has an excellent reputation. Why don't you give her pastor a call and talk to him? See what he tells you!
You should check a little closer. Her sister that used to work in a topless bar, testifies that her releasing the anointing brought the place to a standstill and eventually closed it down. This one now has a deliverance ministry. She has other family members in the ministry. One brother with something of a "wild streak' ministers on death row to prisoners facing execution. Apparently she does get a hard time from a few of her 15(?) siblings. Her mother was with her during the Maurissa thing and her pastor's father was the one she saw in Heaven on the rollercoaster.
Maurissa's mother and grandmother gave a reference to the truth of what Kat told her. She now does grief counseling for those who lost loved ones. I believe the sister that was prophesied (born after Maurissa's death) will also collaborate her story.
She says you can copy her CDs and give them away. You're reading this for free and it doesn't cost you a penny. If you spent your time and effort focusing on the pure and lovely and the good news, instead of trying to find fault, you'd have something valuable to show for yourself than the discord and bitterness.
God said that the world is going to try and trap her on national television and God is going to open their eyes publicly. It's all coming.
As for me, I have known a powerful witness of the Holy Spirit many times. Many times during conversation, I've "watched" the Holy Spirit move within me while I talked about it. When I find someone on fire for God, I share part of it and they say that it is the exact same thing God has been telling them for years was coming.
I'm always surprised when people don't get it. It's usually the ones who are scoffers and scorners bearing bad fruit, so this is no surprise. I am patient because I had months meditating on this and have actually walked in the revelation and saw the fruits. Be convinced and reserve judgment if anyone is unsure. I won't hold it against anyone.
She gets contacted all of the time by people who ridicule her and she just loves them. It's no excuse though to sin here before everyone, and it is worthy of a rebuke.It's one thing to have serious questions and another for someone claiming to be a son of God to come and accuse someone of being a deceiver and an extortioner of God's people. You keep coming back for more.
You know I started a thread specifically to discuss issues regarding these testimonies and you should no doubt take yourself there to discuss things like these (but not to sow discord among the brethren).
Frowardness is in his heart, he deviseth mischief continually; he soweth discord. Therefore shall his calamity come suddenly; suddenly shall he be broken without remedy. These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.
Wouldn't you rather be a peacemaker?
Last edited by Alive_Again; 24th March 2013 at 12:13 AM.
I want to quote some from Rick Joyner's "Epic Battles of the Last Days".
Taken (in part) from pages 171-177.
People with a religious spirit:
"1. Will often see their primary mission as the tearing down of whatever they believe is wrong. Such a person's ministry will result more in division and destruction than in lasting works that are bearing fruit for the kingdom."
"2. Will be unable to accept a rebuke especially from those they judge to be less spiritual than themselves."
"3. Will have a philosophy that, "I will not listen to people, but only to God". " "4. Will be inclined to see more of what is wrong with other people, other churches, etc. than what is right with them... " "7. Will believe that they have been appointed to fix everyone else. These persons become the self-appointed watchmen or sheriffs in God's kingdom. They are seldom involved in building, but serve only to keep the church in a state of annoyance and agitation, if not causing serious divisions."
"14. Will be overly repulsed by emotionalism. When people who are subject to a religious spirit encounter the true life of God, it will usually appear to them to be excessive, emotional, and carnal..."
"17. Will glory more in what God did in the past than what He is doing in the present..."
"18. Will tend to be suspicious of, or to oppose new movements, churches, etc..."
"19. Will tend to reject spiritual manifestations they do not understand..."
"24. Will be overly paranoid of the religious spirit..."
It was the religious that crucified Jesus. They opposed the move of God at every turn. They did not recognize the day of their visitation.They refused to go in and they sought to restrict those who would otherwise enter. The very same spirits that afflicted the Pharisees in Jesus' day walk the earth today.
Last edited by Alive_Again; 25th March 2013 at 04:01 PM.