“Jesse Duplantis, the Destrehan-based prosperity gospel televangelist with a global reach, is asking disciples for money to buy a jet that costs $54 million so we can go anywhere in the world in one stop. He seeks the donations in a video posted last week on his ministry`s website.
`I really believe that if the Lord Jesus Christ was physically on the Earth today, he wouldn`t be riding a donkey,` Duplantis says in the video. `He`d be in an airplane flying all over the world.`”
It`s funny how the Prosperity Gospel works, televangelists travel in private jets, drive around in limousines, and live in mansions, while their followers travel by bus, drive around in old pickups, and live in trailer parks.
This scam artist claims that if Jesus was physically on Earth today he wouldn`t be riding a donkey, but flying all over the world in an airplane. Granted if Jesus were alive today he wouldn`t be riding a donkey, but he wouldn`t be traveling by Learjet either. I suspect Jesus would travel in coach class to minister to people all over the world. In the economy class Jesus would meet the common people who are the most receptive to his Good News.
In 2015 Duplantis appeared on fellow scammer Kenneth Copeland`s television program, and they defended their use of private jets. They argued that commercial planes were full of a “bunch of demons” that bog down their busy schedules with prayer requests.
The “bunch on demons” are the sheep-like followers of these false prophets, who think they have a direct line to God because they are so financially successful.
I have no doubt that Duplantis will raise the $54 million, after all these are the same fuc*ing morons who voted for Donald Trump.
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