Kenneth Max Copeland (born December 6, 1936) is an American televangelist and author associated with the cult-like movement. His organization, Kenneth Copeland Ministries, is based in Tarrant County, Texas.
Kenneth Copeland lives in a home includes that includes 18,280 sq. feet of living space, 6 car garage, various balconies, tennis court, circle driveway, boat docking station built for multiple boats, and much more.
If you possess even a modest intellect, you might ask yourself, why does a follower of Jesus Christ need a 18,280 square foot Mansion, with private jets and an airfield? Answer; he does not. In fact, he is using the name of Jesus for the purposes of Satan. Jesus never taught that you were to worship money and put your own wants above other’s needs. How many poor and desperate people could Copeland help with all those millions of dollars that he keeps for himself? But it gets even worse than that.
Eagle Mountain International Church (EMIC) owns the 18,280 square-foot home currently appraised for $10,825,462. A road connects the home to the Kenneth Copeland Airport. Copeland, not his church, owns his second home, a vacation home in the Rocky Mountains. Apparently, it is quite profitable to scam people out of their hard earned money.
Beyond the paranormal, which does exist and can frighten one to death, there are times you will find that the scariest thing one can witness is a person who claims to be "religious", a "Christian", and or "Spiritual". Satan disguises himself as a being of "light". So finding true evil in a church or a place of worship may be more common than you originally thought. In fact, some of the most evil people on the planet can be encountered within a church or similar setting. They will use the cover of the church to hide their most grievous sins without shame, or with the thought that “oh Jesus will forgive me if I repent”.Televangelists having always been a source of amusement. It is amazing that people actually fall for their false teachings and blasphemy. However, there are a few that come across as completely demonic in nature and are quite easy to spot. It is similar to watching a train wreck. In fact, as you watch, you know they are on an express elevator to hell when they die. Kenneth Copeland is one such "person". A multi millionaire who has tricked people out of their money for decades. The most peculiar thing about Kenneth Copeland, is his eyes. They say the eyes are the windows to the soul.
Additionally, the creepy smile inserted at inappropriate times, really puts a topper on this guy. Watch (below) as he is caught off guard by an Inside Edition reporter.
She asked about his comments on his Believer’s Voice of Victory TV show in 2016, where Copeland called flying commercial to be similar to getting in ‘a long tube with a bunch of demons.”
Copeland angrily denied the remark. “No, I did not, and don’t you ever say I did.” as he wagged his finger in her face and moved closer into her in a somewhat menacing manner. He then inserted an oddly placed fake smile, which when all put together, puts on for quite a demonic show of who this "man" is.
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The Gulfstream V, also known as the GV (pronounced Gee Five), introduced in 1997, was one of the first long range private jets.
It can travel up to 6,000 miles without refueling. It is also fast. But the speed and range come with a pricetag, the GV can start with a base price of $3,700,000, but custom upgrades cost in the tens of millions.
The most popular GV carries 14 passengers comfortably, that has club style seating for 4 in the front, 2 more club seats and a couch in the middle and then four more seats in a 'conference' set up in the rear of the plane.
This configuration also carries a crew of four
Kenneth Copeland and Jesse Duplantis – Demons on a Plane
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