Kenneth Copeland, America’s Wealthiest Pastor Who Is Worth $770 Million Does Not Pay $150,000 Property Tax on His $7 Million Mansion Home by Claiming It’s a ‘Clergy Residence.’ Daniel Whyte III Who Has a Family of 9, Says When He Owned a 6-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom, 2-Kitchen, 4-Car Garage Property Before He Sold It Because He Was Moved by God to Sell It Before the Coronavirus Plague and Now He Fully Understands Why He Was Moved to Sell It, and Moved Into a Much More Humble Dwelling Which Has Truly Been a Blessing to Our Family Since the Coronavirus Plague Is a “Plague of Long Continuance”, Even Though He Was Advised by an Accountant Friend to Make It Tax-exempt, He Chose to Pay Taxes on the Property for Community Testimony’s Sake. I Told Him That Even Though I Could Take Advantage of That I Wanted My Safe Community That I Lived in and Loved to Know That I Was Paying My Fair Share Even Though My Children Didn’t Go to the Public Schools. He Is Telling All Pastors, Especially Pastors Who Have Big Fine Houses on Porkchop Hill, to Go to the Lake and Find a Fish With Some Coins In Its Mouth Like Jesus Did and Pay the Taxes for the Glory of God and for Testimony’s Sake Because This Is a Problem. Daniel Whyte III Also Advises Pastors Who Are Living in Mansions and Houses They Really Don’t Need to Sell Them and Get a Modest Ranch House or Tiny House or Motorhome and Live in That Going Forward Because It Will Be a Blessing to Them and Will Give the Right Testimony. The Prosperity Gospel Is Dead and God Killed It With This Coronavirus Plague. 1 Corinthians 10:23 says, “All things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but all things edify not.” God tells us in 1 Thessalonians 5:22 to “Abstain from all appearance of evil.”