Plane passengers ‘take control’ of flight to sing Christian songs

This is the moment mixed reactions from passengers were caught as Christian singers sang gospel music ‘30,000 feet in the air’, sparking debates about the nature of online worship.

Video posted on social media shows crowds on the plane, which some believe was bound for Germany, singing about Jesus, with a man playing guitar.

The clip, posted by Jack Jensz Jr., was captioned “We’ll take this flight for Jesus!” and has more than 205,100 views.

This is the moment passengers’ mixed reactions were captured as Christian singers sang gospel music ‘30,000 feet in the air’

It is unconfirmed if the flight was on a commercial airline where some passengers just started singing, if everyone traveling was from the same religious group, or if permission was sought from others or the crew beforehand.

Some people on board the plane, however, did not seem amused by the seemingly impromptu entertainment on board.

On social media, Jensz, who appears to be a pastor according to the Daily Dot, describes himself as the founder of the Philadelphia-based religious organization Kingdom Realm Ministries.

However, his social media suggests that he spent part of the past week in Germany and across Europe, which is where his flight was headed, TMZ reports.

He and his wife have posted about working along the Ukrainian border in recent weeks.

Online comments especially noted one man’s reaction, saying he seemed upset as he looked directly into the camera in the short clip showing the cockpit.

Online comments especially noted one man's reaction.

TikTok users commented that the man wearing a blue shirt did not seem enthusiastic.

Some people on board the plane, however, did not seem amused by the seemingly impromptu entertainment on board.

‘Poor boy in the green and blue checkered shirt: figuratively speaking, I am him. He is me,’ read one comment.

Another added: “The guy in the blue shirt is two seconds away from jumping out of the plane.”

Although the video was posted a week ago, it sparked a debate on social media, with some arguing that the act was “boosting” people’s beliefs and others suggesting that Jews or Muslims would have received a huge backlash if they did the same. .

Ilhan Omar, the US Representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district, who is Muslim, tweeted the video saying, “I think my family and I should have a prayer session the next time I’m on a plane.” How do you think it will end?

One TikTok comment read: “I’m a Christian and I don’t believe in imposing this on anyone, please pray privately on your own time.”

“I’m a Christian but there is definitely a time and a place,” another user added.

Ilhan Omar, the US Representative for Minnesota's 5th congressional district, who is Muslim, tweeted the clip.

Ilhan Omar, the US Representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district, who is Muslim, tweeted the clip.

Video posted on social media shows crowds on the plane, which some believe was bound for Germany, singing about Jesus, with a man playing guitar.

Video posted on social media shows crowds on the plane, which some believe was bound for Germany, singing about Jesus, with a man playing guitar.

However, not everyone was so denigrated for the performance. A Twitter commenter said: ‘I can’t find anything wrong with this video. On the contrary, I have a mega respect for the people who play and sing. “Preach the gospel to all the world.”‘

But most other users weren’t impressed either, with some even saying they would have “opened the emergency exit” or demanded a refund.

‘And people talk about kids on flights,’ commented one comment.

Mr. Jensz also came under fire after posting another video on TikTok in which he and his wife Lily Jensz encouraged people on a train to become religious, saying “when you invite Jesus into your life, you don’t just get life eternal, but also also get a peace ‘.

The couple continued, “With God, it doesn’t mean bad things won’t happen… but it means we don’t have to be influenced in our hearts.”

Many online speculate that it is a train with Ukrainian refugees, as the couple recently posted about helping people along the Polish-Ukrainian border, but this is unconfirmed.

Sharing the clip, one Twitter user slammed: “So the group that tortured the people on the plane with their ‘worship’ songs also harassed the people on the trains on the same trip.”

MailOnline has contacted Jack Jensz for comment.

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