Kat Kerr would like you to believe she can move hurricanes, but really all she can move are her own delusional prophetic goal posts.
In a previous video she tried to convince us she could make the hurricane go off into the ocean. Then she must have observed Irma's change in direction on her smartphone weather app. Instead of going off into the Atlantic, Irma took a turn west.
To save face Kerr uploaded a new video.
Now she says western Florida is in a drought and needs rain. She's now giving the hurricane permission to bring needed rain to western Florida, but she's not going to allow the hurricane to cause damage.
The idea that Christians can command the weather is nonsense. Yes Jesus did command a storm in Mark 4:39. Yes Jesus did say we'd do works like he did and greater in John 14:12. This does not mean we are given authority over the weather.
Jesus commanded the weather to show us that He is God, not to be an example of something we can do. This idea that we can command weather is not something the apostles taught or practiced. The apostles didn't command good weather in Acts 17 to stop a famine. Paul didn't command the weather to stop a storm in Acts 27.
Surely they would have commanded the famine to stop or the storm to cease if Jesus taught this nonsense. I doubt our modern day "apostles" have a corner on truth that inspired authors of scripture didn't have.
“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?”
— Jeremiah 5: 30-31
“And her prophets have smeared whitewash for them, seeing false visions and divining lies for them, saying, ‘Thus says the Lord God,’ when the Lord has not spoken.”
— Ezekiel 22: 28
“Your prophets have seen for you false and deceptive visions; they have not exposed your iniquity
to restore your fortunes, but have seen for you oracles that are false and misleading.”
— Lamentations 2: 14