Tower to Learjet, Tower to Learjet, come in please. This is Kenneth Copeland of the plane truth. Are you with Herbert W Armstrong’s bunch? I believe he publishes the plain truth. He spelled his plane a little differently besides he’s deceased. Let the dead rest in peace please. Tower to Learjet, are you coming in for a landing? No I think I’ll fly around a lot longer today. After all the ministry’s paying for the gas. And ain’t that a gas! Tower to Learjet, how did you swing that deal? You gotta know when to fold and know when to play them. By the way you can call me Sky King because I rule the skies. If I feel lucky I may even drag Jesse Duplantis’ weird jet. Tower to Learjet, weird jet? Old Jesse purchased one of my old Lear Jets for a paltry 4 million. It slips in second. Tower to Learjet, did you say he bought your old rear? Not rear, LEAR! Get your ears cleaned out. How’d you like to hear my latest song? Tower to Learjet, we’re losing our signal, thank God.
You know, old Jessie might like my rear? He’s kind of funny that way.
Here we have Jesse Duplantis, John Hagee, and Benny Hinn. Why John Hagee is with these two farces is beyond me. Evil company corrupts good habits. Why Benny Hinn is still in Ministry is a mystery to me? He had an affair with Paula White and a minister is to have a good testimony to those who are outside the body of Christ. Hinn does not have a good testimony so why is he a pastor? Then you have Jesse Duplantis, the Milton Berle of religion. His ministry likes to get a lot of laughs but what he doesn’t know is that he is the biggest joke of them all. Then we have John Hagee. Some have called him anti-Semitic. Of the three he is into the Bible the most but with a jaded View of the scriptures. All these three are there by guilt of Association. Hagee, though, is somewhat biblical unlike the other two but he has a few drops of poison in what he preaches. And a few drops of poison can kill you. Maybe they should all go on TV at the real Three Stooges with Hagee as Curly Duplantis as Larry and Hinn as Moe?
Since when did The Gospel of Jesus Christ become a laughing matter? What is so funny about suffering for Christ? Yet Jesse Duplantis Stakes his entire Ministry on humor. I think he really enjoys playing the fool. He likes to get a good laugh only when is Ministry supposed to be funny? He might be better served playing the Court Jester for Kenneth Copeland his buddy and pal. To be fair some pastors inject a note of humor in their messages but it’s not the whole message of humor that Duplantis utilizes. He prances up and down his platform acting silly and playing out a roll of tomfoolery. I just don’t understand his approach yet his congregation laughs along with them encouraging him to do even more silly stuff. I’ve seen him serious. In the end Jesse Duplantis is laughing all the way to the bank and he has lots of money in that bank at his congregations expense. I wonder how much he’ll laugh when he one day stands before Jesus?
Jesse Duplantis has asked his congregation for a 465 million-dollar Lear jet. By the way, he already has 3 Jets. So does Kenneth Copeland but he just got a new jet himself for his own airport behind his house. Duplantis is trying to keep up with the Copeland’s. To me, they’re both plane crazy. Do you know why they don’t want to fly commercial? There’s too many demons aboard those planes! I wonder how many demons are supporting their lavish Ministries? I don’t see them refunding any of those demon dollars. Where will all the lunacy stop? I wonder if Jesse Duplantis has his own Airport? When will this verse from Matthew 6:24 sink in to Duplantis and Copeland? You cannot serve God and money!
Does this sound prosperous to you? Jesus said, you cannot serve God and money in Matthew 6:24.
It doesn’t appear his apostles were very prosperous either. Prosperity pastors teach a false gospel.
We are not, as so many, corrupting the word of God which is found in 2nd Corinthians 2:17. The word corrupting means making merchandise out of you. If you will recall Jesus chased the money-changers out of the Temple with a whip of cords. That would have been the prosperity preachers of today.