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Watch How These Televangelists Use God To Defend Their Luxurious Private Jets

Have you ever wondered why these “prosperity preachers” you see on television need fancy cars, mansions and private jets? Well, you are about to get your answer, and you are probably not going to like it.

Watch as Kenneth Copeland and Jesse Duplantis defend their private jets by telling people they need to avoid commercial planes because they are filled with “demons.”

Wow. It doesn’t matter what you believe in, I think we can all agree these guys clearly have some wickedness in their hearts. The saddest part about this? People are actually giving them money.

It’s sickening.

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  1. I think that if this all powerful god of theirs wanted to support his houses he could either do the work himself, or if he wanted to keep hiding he could drop a few bucks on the altar. If he really wanted these conmen somewhere he could move them….

  2. Didn’t Jesus ride in to Jerusalem on someone else’s donkey and was greeted by thousands? I’m sure their “god” didn’t hide from the masses except when he went into the desert for 40days and nights. Just saying, these people think they’re above the divine. They sicken me….
    Wanna know why people are leaving he Christian faith you fake men of god? It’s because of people like you!

  3. How exactly do you avoid your own demons? I thought the power of God was mightier than Satan so avoiding those demons appears cowardly !!!!!!

  4. So, Brother Copeland, you can’t get to those places from “here” without a private plane?? Where in the world are you and where are those places? You say that you would not be able to do 90% of what you do without a private plane? Jesus told his disciples (and us) to start right where we are and then go out one step at a time into all the world (not to jump over the places we don’t like or avoid Samaria because of all the demons!). What happened to “no gold, or silver, or copper in your belts, no bag for your journey or two tunics, or sandals, or a staff…?”
    Yes, a laborer deserves to be paid and to eat, but as servants of Christ we don’t deserve special treatment that removes and separates us from the ones to whom we must minister.
    I am thankful for any souls who are reached through your efforts, but I would encourage you and Brother Duplantis to examine your methods and stewardship of God’s resources.

  5. “That’s right, remember there’s a big difference between kneeling down and bending over.” – Frank Zappa

  6. Did Kenneth Copeland say, “We’re in show business.”?! I really hope he didn’t say that. If so, what a major disappointment he is. It’s bad enough that Creflo Dollar (the irony of that name) preaches nothing but money, money, money. God made sure we couldn’t take it with us when we go, and he’s a prime example of why.

  7. Wouldn’t it makes sense to convert the demons rather than avoid them, after all aren’t they either crooks or teachers?

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