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Perspectives on the Tabernacle of David

What is the Tabernacle of David? What does it mean? What does the re-establishment of the Tabernacle of David have to do with the establishment of the House of Prayer? These questions and more are discussed from different biblical perspectives in the following articles:

The Tabernacle of David by Mike Bickle

David's Tabernacle is a picture of ministry to God in spirit and truth (John 4:24) according to Revelation 4 5. The 2 primary activities are seen in Rev. 5: 8. The harp - speaks of God's songs and God's music in the heavenly court. The bowl -speaks of God's prayers that are imparted into the heart of the saints...


Restoration of the Tabernacle of David by Harold Hopper

These are the last days and we live in awesome times!  But God's big plan is still moving forward.  Doesn't matter if we're walking on the moon or if we have manned space stations, God's Word will come to pass. 

Acts 15:16-18 'After this I will return and will rebuild the tabernacle of David, which has fallen down; I will rebuild its ruins, and I will set it up; So that the rest of mankind may seek the Lord, even all the Gentiles who are called by My name, says the Lord who does all these things.' (NKJ)

God speaks in this scripture (which references Amos 9:11) that He will restore the Tabernacle of David.  Most of us agree that we are in the last days.  We need to find out what the Tabernacle of David is all about because God said He would restore it.   We need to be able to recognize it and embrace it.  When God is doing something, we should be part of it. Right?


David's Tabernacle by The Beers

The Tabernacle of Moses was still pitched at Gibeon (2 Chr 1 v3 and 1 Chr 16 v39) and sacrifices were still being carried out there. The Mosaic tabernacle still had  the Holy of Holies, but no Ark inside.  But David, who was obviously in the will of God, erected a tent in which people worshipped joyfully without being separated from the Ark of the Covenant by the Veil.  Remember that the Veil in the Temple was torn in two when Yeshua died on the cross.  Clearly, this tent or tabernacle has prophetic significance for believers about today and the coming days. Hebrews 12 v18-24 explains this difference in the worship...'s_tabernacle.htm 


Tabernacle of David by Tim Taylor

To help us understand what the restoration of David's tabernacle might look like, lets take a look to see what David's tabernacle looked like.  Remember that the Old Testament provides types and shadows and can prophesy what is to come.  An excellent resource for any study on the Tabernacle of David is "The Tabernacle of David" by Kevin J. Conner.

Any study of the Tabernacle of David will show that there were really two tabernacles.  One tabernacle dealt with a kingly anointing and one tabernacle dealt with the priestly anointing.  The offices of the king and priest were separate in the Old Testament yet brought together in the New Testament... 


Churchlink - Destiny of the Church by Paul Bunty & David Collins                      

The setting up of David's Tabernacle, and the events which led to it, are highly significant for us - for, as James indicates in Acts 15:16-17, it pre-pictures the experience of the Church. Just as David's Tabernacle contained the Ark of the Covenant in open access to all Israel, so the Church, through Christ, has open access to the presence of God, and is, in fact, the Tabernacle containing the glory of God (2 Corinthians 6:16; Ephesians 2:20-22)... bible_studies/dotc/dotc7.html


Tabernacle of David by Bob Johnson

The Tabernacle of David is the name given to the tent that King David set up on Mount Zion in Jerusalem to house the Ark of the Covenant. It was the center of a new order of joyful worship which stood in sharp contrast to the solemn worship of Moses' Tabernacle. Instead of the sacrifices of animals, the sacrifices offered at David's Tabernacle were the sacrifices of praise, joy and thanksgiving (Psalm 95:2,100:4, 141:2).


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