Author Archives: The Potter's House

Dream Again

http://tdjakes.org/echurch Text: Judges 7:1-7 You can’t give up, the finish line is right there. Sometimes you may feel like everything is about to break down but you have to realize that even in the darkness you can find glory! There comes a time in all of our lives where we feel as though our dreams […]

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The Personal Touch

The first thing God does with man is touch him. Whatever creates you, you crave. Don’t let the devil convince you the only safe place is when you are alone! It is not good for us to be alone – we all need to be touched. Physical and emotional growth are affected by touch. God […]

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You Could Have Tapped Into It!

Chronicles 16:9 and 2 Samuel 12: 1-8 KJV Nathan’s parable came to teach and bring a change. David was so busy focusing on the sin of the man that he wanted to kill him. He was blind to his own sin as an adulterer and a murderer and start to cast judgement. Nathan had to […]

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Don’t Settle For Safe

The carrying capacity is the maximum amount of things that one can ration out for a short period of time. Ahab and Obadiah were trying to figure out the carrying capacity of Samaria. When you live in a drought, you only attract thirsty people. There is something down on the inside that will push you […]

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2017 TORI Graduation

We are truly proud of the hard work, tenacity and achievement of the 160 individuals who are graduating from T.O.R.I. today. Over the last 12 years, T.O.R.I. has provided housing, employment, healthcare, family reunification and spiritual guidance to over 10,000 people! This program has made a significant impact in the reduction of recidivism rates in […]

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Pentecost

Pentecost, the Advent occurring 50 days after the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Jewish pilgrims came from all over to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover. The Apostles gathered into one place to await the arrival of the Holy Spirit. Beginning at 9 a.m. morning, without forewarning or fanfare, a rushing mighty wind filled the house where the Apostles gathered, immediately filling all with the Holy Spirit.

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Worship Connects Us

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Trusting God In the Test

One of the things that I have learned about myself, over these 60 plus years, is that I am an encourager. It’s natural for me to walk through the workplace or in a store, smiling while asking someone, anyone, “How are you today?” or “Are you okay?”. Depending on their response, I may even tell […]

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When Evil Works For Good

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Prayer Still Works

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