Katt Kerr claims an angel imparted lightning to her, and now she's going to impart the lightning to others. Lightning apparently cures illnesses and destroys poverty.
She's making things up.
There is nothing in scripture about angels imparting cancer curing lightning to people. Go ahead, look it up, you won't find it.
Her magic lightning zaps aren't going to fill your bank account with money. She can impart until the pink in her hair fades back to her natural color, not one penny will appear in your wallet because she's imparting lightning.
In fact, if you listen to her long enough, it may be you who imparts some money into her wallet. She operates a self described for profit "ministry" called Revealing Heaven.
This is a free country. Katt is free to be creative with color on the canvas of her middle aged hair. She can really glam it up so it looks like a Unicorn Frappuccino.
Her creative freedom stops when she tries making stuff up and applying it to the canvas of scripture. Scripture only has one author, and that author certainly hasn't written about lightning imparting angels releasing bolts of money making lightning.
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“And yet some people actually imagine that the revelation in God’s Word is not enough to meet our needs. They think that God from time to time carries on an actual conversation with them, chatting with them, satisfying their doubts, testifying to His love for them, promising them support and blessings. As a result, their emotions soar; they are full of bubbling joy that is mixed with self-confidence and a high opinion of themselves. The foundation for these feelings, however, does not lie within the Bible itself, but instead rests on the sudden creations of their imaginations. These people are clearly deluded. God’s Word is for all of us and each of us; He does not need to give particular messages to particular people.”
— Jonathan Edwards