Shepherd Pastor posted a comment · Jun 15, 2018
The anointing is in high demand, much by pastors who want to grow a congregation on a popular name. There is a remnant of those with at least a “pilot-light” of Holy Fire burning within them awaiting the wide spread persecution to come on the Church and reveal the hirelings. These are the “Timothy’s in waiting”. They know Holy Spirit and fellowship with Him daily. They sacrifice pensions, retirements and promotions to shelter the orphans and widows. The Glory of God is within them waiting to be revealed...it’s the character and nature of God, it’s the Lamb. Blessings Jesse.
KenP posted a comment · Jun 12, 2018
I always enjoy Dr Brown's Biblically-based, common sense answers. I don't know Duplantis, his schedule or what all is required for traveling with a camera crew and other support personnel. Maybe we should also consider these before making a judgment on a $54 milllion jet being extravagant? Frequent travel with a large contingent and equipment to support televangelism may be hair-raising in the logistics to coordinate every single person's itinerary. And what if everyone arrives at their destination but not the equipment/baggage? It could be that after all this is considered, that a private jet and the millions per year to maintain it are not justifiable strictly in terms of economic cost/benefit. But what if a benefactor who is willing and able to donate and does so for what he claims to be at the behest of God? Just adding my thoughts to Dr Brown's excellent analysis.