Popular TV evangelist Jesse Duplantis recently released a 5-minute video, pleading his followers for donation. The purpose? He wants to buy a $54 million private jet because, according to him, God commanded him to do so.
In the said clip, the Louisiana-based preacher pointed out that God said he needed to spread the gospel with greater ease and so he “needs” the new Dassault Falcon 7X – which is considered as “’benchmark of the 21st Century business jet”. That way, he wouldn’t have to stop and refuel during missions.
Jesse Duplantis, founder of Jesse Duplantis Ministries, already owns three planes. Now he’s saying he needs another one!
In his own words, Duplantis said:
“You know I have owned three different jets in my life and I use them and just burning them up for the Lord, Jesus Christ.
“Some people believe that preachers shouldn’t have jets. I really believe that preachers ought to be able to go on every available voice, every available outlet to get this gospel preached to the world.”
The preacher even joked he wants the Starship Enterprise, the fictional ship from Star Trek.
The Dassault Falcon 7X costs $54 million.
He further went on:
“Let me just say this. We’re believing God for a brand new Falcon 7X, so we can go anywhere in the world in one stop.
“Now people say, ‘My lord, can’t you go with this one?’. ‘Yes, but I can’t go in one stop’.
“If I can do it for one stop, I can fly it for a lot cheaper because I have my own fuel farm. And that’s wha’s a blessing of the lord.
“This one here I have to stop and then you pay those exorbitant prices for jet fuel all over the world.”
“If Jesus was physically on the Earth today, he wouldn’t be riding a donkey… He’d be in an airplane, preaching the gospel all over the world,” added Duplantis.
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When contacted by the media regarding the issue, Jesse Duplantis and his representatives declined to give a comment.
Two Teens Die Of Heart Attack, Energy Drinks Suspected As The Culprit
Love energy drinks? Well, this will make you think twice.
While energy drinks deliver an almost instantaneous stimulation of the senses, those who are fond of such beverages must think twice before having them. Recently, two teens are suspected to have died of heart attack as caused by such drinks.
Two 16-year-old kids, who never knew each other, are believed to have died of heart attack after having their respective energy drinks. Doctors suspect that the two had too much caffeine in their systems.
Medical experts claim that it is safe to consume around five cups of coffee in a day. However, one serving of energy drink contains caffeine that is equivalent to the amount found in four cups of coffee.
Gross Moment Woman Is Caught Shaving Her Legs In A Busy Hotel Pool
Several children are swimming nearby as she casually shaves her legs.
Going on a holiday lets you experience home away from home. But one woman has taken the meaning too far as she was caught casually shaving her legs by a public pool packed with children swimmers.
The video showing the disgusting moment a woman is shaving her legs in the pool has gone viral after it was posted on Reddit. The holidaymaker, who's wearing a swimsuit, can be seen holding a razor and scraping her legs while children are in the pool.
She even rinsed the blade in the pool water. Disgusting.
Embarrassed Mom Rescued by Firemen After Getting STUCK in Child’s Swing
You bet she won’t be going on a child’s swing any time soon!
This is the embarrassing moment when a young mother had to be rescued by firemen after she gets stuck in a child’s swing. 23-year-old Megan Kenway-Head got trapped in the seat while she was at the playground of Weston Shore in Southampton, Engalnd with her family.
“Me and my family were enjoying a day out on bank holiday weekend and I decided to take the kids to the park,” the mother-of-two shared. Things, however, took a strange turn when she rode on the swing herself.
Stuck for over ONE hour – until the firemen arrived.
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