Elder Lady Cora Jake's Coleman First Sermon On The Big Stage!


Reader, I follow this young lady ministry by way of Periscope and love her realness. Believe you me, she keeps it real. This past Mother's day Elder Lady Cora Jake's Coleman preach her first sermon on the big stage at the Potter's House. The message was taken from Genesis 17:17 and Genesis 18:12. I was really surprised when I found out that there was a little pushback against the sermon .

Check it out and tell me what yall think are they being too critical?

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  1. Yup…I ain't even watched her sermon, and I know every criticism of her is valid. I watched her periscope on another post you made, and addressed my concerns about this woman there. And remember, she is a Jake. Enough said.
    And this keeping it real garbage, I mean…nobody’s better at that than our good ole’ Sunday Best, LeAndria. I swear when you think about it, a lot of these “keepin’ it real” folks have some very crackish way, this Cora Jakes woman included.

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    1. Anonymous,in my opinion keeping it real is not garbage.....for me it means being true to your self and not fake.

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    2. Ok I understand…I must be honest, I don’t like phrase “keeping it real”. The phrase seems to imply some arrogance of some being honest, and others not being honest about themselves. I guess I more prefer the term “self-awareness”. And this not to play word games, but once you realize things about yourself that are not godly, you have to deal with those things by going humbly before God, recognizing Him as Your Only source of help. In my opinion, you don’t speak like “keeping it real” is the end all be all, where you go before the world, to tell people you drink, and watch porn, and strip and all that foolishness, like “Keeping It Real” is your FINAL STATEMENT. Then you go on to talk about folks judging them, (something you say you don’t want done to you) because in your mind, they are not as “transparent” as you are. That’s where to me it becomes garbage.

      In my opinion, these “keeping it real” folks, who call themselves Christians, should have more to say than just expressing in a “transparent” way. I guess, that’s why, to me, I take more to the phrase self- awareness.

      None of this vernacular is biblical of course. But you do have scriptures that reminds us to confess our faults (not, sin – Only God can forgive sins) one to another. This verse implies we should admit our shortcomings and error of our ways one to another. We ought to also examine ourselves, and ask God to search our hearts to see if there is any wickedness in us. I just don’t get that feel from our “keeping it real folks”. Then to judge others as fake, I mean…come on.

      I can quote many examples of people in the Bible who knew their faith were weak, very self-aware if you would call it. Unlike LeAndrea and this woman, they didn’t rant to call others judgmental and fake, because others disagree with their actions. They admit their weakness, seek the One Strong and Mighty, and got healed and delivered. They were not motivated to show their weakness before the world so others can benefit. They were honest seekers in their lowliness, having faith in the GREAT GOD who made them, and in the MIGHTY POWER HE possessed to make them STRONG!!!

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  2. How is she an Elder? Doesn't that office of the church belong to a man? I do understand an Elder is considered as someone who is wise but she preaching and teaching over men is out of order.

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    1. See Dominique...that's what I mean...you don't have to hear all what this woman has to say say to determine any validity. Sometimes all u need is a "name and a headline".

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    2. And why is she dress like that? Some with crackish ways take "God doesn't look at the outward appearance" way too far. I mean...what's the point of wearing a formal dress with some Converse? COME ON!!

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    3. What the hell is she wearing?!?

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    4. I didn't even listen to the sermon. Hair is cute, but that clergy collar and satin high-low dress lined in leopard print....why?...oh my! Then she just had to add them sneakers to make her statement. Well statement read. I'm done.

      Truth be told, I'm judging with bias, because I refuse to listen to anyone associated with the Potter House in 2016. And anybody wearing a clergy collar who isn't Catholic (or actually is Catholic) is high-siding, and I don't trust it.

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    5. No ChelleBelle..you are not judging nor are you being bias. You are showing to be very discerning about her guess and the Potter House. Great observation.

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    6. I'm sorry...dress not guess..

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    7. ChelleBelle, I didn't even notice the clergy collar. LOLOL...WHAT a JOKE!

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    8. As far as the clergy collar is concerned, which is the sunken halo, I encourge ANYBODY to checkout that Truth Behind Hip Hop Part 7. If you wanna know how the church itself is rushing at lighting speed towards bringing in so many of the ceremonies and the demonic deeds the catholic church does, that TBHH Part 7 is on point - www.exministries.com and I must add straight up offensive to those who can't handle truth.

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    9. @Timezone: I love EX Ministries! I've found out about them back in 2006 :)

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    10. TimeZone...I am still cracking up about the clergy collar. LOLOL...
      But I guess since she is an "Elder", she's qualified to wear that collar.

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  3. This young lady is full of knowledge and wisdom. I do enjoy the word coming through her.

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    1. I don't enjoy her at all...

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    2. I enjoyed her as well.

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    3. That makes 2 here, you and Ann.

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  4. It SOUNDED GOOD.
    BUT
    everything she said had NOTHING to do with ACTUAL content of what's IN THE BIBLE.

    She SEEMED to be MAKING up her own interpretation with no true prove of how she came to those conclusions.

    I am curious.
    How many trials and tribulations does the daughter of a multimillionaire TRULY go through that she can realate to every day working people?

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    1. Money has nver sheilded anyone from trials and tribulations. Everyone has issues whether have $1 or $1 billion. That's why folks claim all they need is enough money and they'd be happy only to discover it doesn't make them immune. Just a trick of the enemy.

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