Published: Sat, June 02, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Louisiana Televangelist Seeks Donations for $54 Million Private Jet

Louisiana Televangelist Seeks Donations for $54 Million Private Jet

Preacher Jesse Duplantis is making his latest appeal for a new private jet. As the Louisiana tele-preacher put it, flight companies are demons, and the only reasonable way to get around when one's pressed by his schedule is to have your very own private jet, fueled and ready to go.

In 2016, Duplantis defended his use of private jets, noting that commercial airlines won't allow you to unbuckle your seat belt and stand up to speak to God.

He added: "I really believe that if Jesus was physically on the Earth today, he wouldn't be riding a donkey". "Think about it for a minute".

He says the plane would give him the ability to "go anywhere in the world" - to preach the world of the lord, of course - without having to make forced stopovers.

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The preacher set his sights on a brand new Dassault Falcon 7X, a three-engine jet with a range of 5,950 nautical miles.

In 2015, televangelist Creflo Dollar asked his followers to help his ministry purchase a $65 million jet.

"After which an excellent assertion he informed me in 1978 flooded into my thoughts and he stated "Jesse, I did not ask you to pay for it, I requested you to consider for it". "Yes, but I can't go it one stop".

He said: "In one of the greatest statements the Lord ever told me, he said 'Jesse you want to come up where I'm at?" "I've used em, and just burning them up for the Lord Jesus Christ".

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"Glory to God! It's Ours!" the website said.

Duplantis' solicitation comes four months after another televangelist, the Newark, Texas-based Kenneth Copeland, announced he had bought a new Gulfstream V jet. Rather, the plane would be owned by the ministry and would be used by the next person to take it over after his death. I can't live long enough to travel by auto.

According to his Amazon author biography, he is the founder of Jesse Duplantis Ministries, which includes a weekly television program that reached 106 million American households. He tells viewers: "Pray about becoming a partner to it".

Duplantis and Copeland produced a video in 2016 arguing, once again, that televangelists need private jets in order to save as many souls as possible, according to the Washington Times.

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"You can't manage that today", Copeland said.

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