On the December 29, 2015 television broadcast, Believers Voice of Victory, hosted by Kenneth Copeland and Jesse Duplantis, the two charlatans start out the show by defending their use and ownership of private jets by saying that it gives them time to pray privately with God. “…that’s why we’re on that airplane,” says Copeland, “we can talk to God.” Apparently, God told them (through private revelation) that his airplane was a “sanctuary.” And they both claim that these conversations with God couldn’t take place unless they were on their airplanes.
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