‘Staying Alive’: Jim Bakker Promotes His New Survival Food Buckets With A Horrible Bee Gees Cover

Jim Bakker spent a good portion of his television program yesterday pitching his new brand of “Staying Alive” survival food buckets that boast of a “30 year shelf life,” which will be crucial for surviving the End Times.

“This show today is so important,” Bakker warned. “God woke me up and I felt the presence of God like I never felt and He said, ‘Jim, I want you to do more food, build a new type of food.'”

“This is what God is saying to me,” he added. “We’re in the Last Days. The years I spent in prison, God showed me the revelation and I’m telling you, almost all of it [has already happened.] We’re going to see the End of Time and that is where we are right now.”

With that, Bakker turned thing over to the show’s band, which performed a rousing medley of the Bee Gees’ song “Staying Alive” mixed with another tune that featured lyrics such as, “I’ve got my food, I’m staying alive, I got my pizza and I’m staying alive.”

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