There's no doubt that Minister Richardson does not know what goes on behind close doors of ministry when it comes to millions of dollars being transferred into the church's bank account. If his book was a threat to the Potter's House, possibly, there should've been another way to ask him, respectively to leave, not throw him out of the church, allegedly by police. Now, we don't know that this actually occurred, we are just going by what we've allegedly read through our source.
We think this would not happen if most churches would return to their altars. Not necessarily The Potter's House, we don't know what goes on there, but there are many mega churches that are not holding prayer meetings and revivals on a weekly basis. Going to church on Sundays and having bible study one night a week is not enough, we ought to go back to holding church services every night to bind the Devil that has been causing division among clergy members and even church members. We ought not focus so much on tithes, people cannot afford to survive and pay their bills, but deliverance from sin is much more important. There is a back-slidden state within the body of Christ and God is not happy about it. So now, we have people like Richardson bringing a lawsuit against Bishop T. D. Jakes and his affiliates.
According to Courthouse News, David Lee Richardson is suing The Potter's House of Dallas, Sheryl Brady, T.D. Jakes, Joby Brady and Mark Jeffries, on Jan. 27 in Collin County Court. Richardson says he held a leadership position with the church and primarily attended services at its north campus in Parker. He says that his book, published in March 2013, did not make any reference to The Potter's House or any of the defendant church officials.
In the meantime, we will keep Bishop T. D. Jakes, Pastor Sheryl Brady, Pastor Mark Jeffries and even Minister David Lee Richardson in our prayers.
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