Published: Wed, May 30, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Televangelist seeks donations for $54M private jet, would be his fourth

Televangelist seeks donations for $54M private jet, would be his fourth

In the video, Duplantis says God told him, "I want you to believe in me for a Falcon 7X".

As of 8:30 a.m. the post had garnered 132 comments, many of which were griping about the preacher asking for help from followers to buy the jet - his fourth - that retails new for at least $54 million.

Specifically, God told Duplantis he needs a Dassault Falcon 7X, a three-engine private jet capable of carrying 12 to 16 passengers at speeds up to 700 miles per hour. You know, some people believe that preachers shouldn't have jets.

"I really believe that if the Lord Jesus Christ was physically on the Earth today, he wouldn't be riding a donkey", Duplantis said. "I'm interested in preaching the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ". There is a strong emphasis on giving money to pastors, which leaders claim is an investment in the afterlife.

"Now people say ... can't you go with this one?" he said, pointing to a picture of the plane he uses. In 2015, the Georgia-based televangelist Creflo Dollar launched a crowdfunding campaign to help his ministry purchase a $65 million jet.

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"You can not make this insanity up", Akin wrote on Twitter.

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An American televangelist is appealing for donations to fund the purchase of a $54 million business jet, saying that if Jesus was still preaching he "wouldn't be riding a donkey".

"The world is in such a shape, we can't get there without this", Copeland said of private aircraft.

"You just can't manage that today, in this dope-filled world", Copeland said.

"That's why we are on that airplane".

Commercial flying would require them to be surrounded by a "bunch of demons", they said. He said viewers should "pray about becoming a partner to it".

He said there was no obligation, and there was only one surefire way to determine what, exactly God wanted them to do: Prayer. "Now people say, 'My Lord, can't you go with this one?' Yes, but I can't go with one stop".

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