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Re: End Times according to the Judeo Christian Bible
« on: May 31, 2018, 12:14:50 pm »
And Palloy doesn't get why I'm a bit conflicted by the current flavor of Christianity in the world. Evangelicals are completely delusional. Someone should tell them it's a small planet and that the Good News has already made it around the globe. The only people left to convert are the hungry people with no food. They'll listen to anything if you're buying dinner.

Everybody else already knows all about how God so loved the world that he sent white men with funny hair in private jets to fleece them for their spare change.


Preacher Asks Followers To Help Buy Fourth Private Jet For $54 Million

One would think that by the time you are buying your 4th private jet, you can afford it on your own; well in the case of US televangelist Jesse Duplantis, that's not the case: it turns out Jesse decided to share the burden of his newest toy with his followers, asking them to help fund his fourth private jet because Jesus "wouldn't be riding a donkey".

In other words, Jesse Duplantis said God had told him to buy a Falcoln 7X for $54 million.


And while according to BBC he was hesitant at first about the ridiculous purchase, when God told him "I didn't ask you to pay for it. I asked you to believe for it", all his doubts faded away.

While there have been similar ridiculous past requests by tele-evangelists, who pray on the stupid and the gullible, this particular appeal caused immediate controversy, and as noted by BBC, Twitter exploded with many users responding to the request with shock and disbelief, some quoting Bible verses warning against greed and "false prophets", or suggesting that the money could be better used to help the poor; others simply decided to slam the charlatan "preacher."

The belligerent responses, however, did not stop Duplantis: in a video address posted on his website, the 68-year-old explained: "You know, I've owned three different jets in my life, and I've used them and just burning them up for the Lord Jesus Christ.

"Now, some people believe that preachers shouldn't have jets. I really believe that preachers ought to go on every available voice, every available outlet, to get this Gospel preached to the world."


Standing beside framed pictures of his current fleet, he said that the jet he bought 12 years ago was no longer sufficient for his ministry because he could not fly non-stop, meaning he had to pay "exorbitant" refuelling costs. And what god allows his preachers to have to deal with that...

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In another picture which appeared in the video, the preacher stands with the three aircraft, above the caption: "It's not about possessions, it's about priorities."

To be sure, Duplantis came prepared and justified his request by saying that Jesus had told people to "go into the world and preach the Gospel to every creature, now how we gonna do that? I can't live long enough to travel by car or by ship or by train, but I can do it by an aeroplane".

In retrospect, flawless logic, and we certainly understand his motivation: surely there will be enough idiots within his "flock" who defray the $54 million purchase price; but why the fixation with private Well, in 2015, Mr Duplantis appeared in a video with another preacher, Kenneth Copeland, in which Mr Copeland described travelling on commercial airlines as being "in a long tube with a bunch of demons".

Come to think of it, he may be correct.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-31/preacher-asks-followers-help-buy-fourth-private-jet-54-million

Eddie, it gets better.  ;)

During the horrendous rains from Hurricane Harvey in Texas, a certain mega church prosperity preaching "Christian" (Palloy is right that anyone who doesn't walk the talk should not call themselves that without quotes) who never says ZIP about sin or sacrifice but just talks about lovey dovey and so on, REFUSED to open his church as a shelter for those flooded out. I don't remember that soul of perdition's name, but that is one the biggest "Christian" churches in the USA. So it goes.

Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart:
wait, I say, on the Lord. -- Psalm 27:14

 

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