Religious musicians take control of the plane and perform songs of worship

Every time you get on a plane, you risk ruining your own sanity. If you’re stuck next to a gossip or in front of a kicking child, there’s no way to escape – you’re trapped. Over the weekend, a group of religious musicians took over a plane and started playing worship music, so consider yourself lucky if you weren’t on board for that one.

Over the weekend, a video of the musicians playing religious songs on a plane went viral. TMZ reports that a man named Jack Jensz Jr. uploaded the original video, which features a caption that reads, “Worshipping Jesus from 30,000 feet in the air!” Dexerto added that he wrote in the description of the video, “We’re taking this flight for Jesus!”

His TikTok account is currently set to private, but the video has now been shared across multiple platforms and garnered millions of views – and therefore plenty of reactions as well.

“Imagine getting on a plane and having to listen to this,” one user wrote in a tweet along with the video.

“As a person of faith, I implore you: don’t do this. St. Francis of Assisi said it best: preach the Gospel daily, and only if you must, use words. This kind of thing turns people off. , and rightly so,” someone replied to the tweet mentioned above.

However, some people were in favor of the performance. “I love Gospel music. Get some earplugs if you mind,” someone remarked.

Another Twitter user pointed out that this particular group of musicians also played songs for Ukrainian refugees at the Polish border in Przemysl.

See a replay of the original aircraft video and some of the reactions on Twitter below.

It is not known exactly where the plane is, or whether or not the passengers on the flight knew that an event like this would take place. As far as we know, this might have been something they voluntarily signed up for – but if they didn’t, we can also understand why some of them might have been extremely annoyed.

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