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TABERNACLE PRAYER
Mondays 7-9 PM

Did you know that God’s Master Plan is buried as a precious jewel deep within the mystery of the Tabernacle?  It is the Lord’s command that we build Him a HOUSE OF PRAYER, this was the first assignment given to the children of Israel when they left Egypt.  GOD gave blueprints of this House of Prayer to Moses when he was on the mountain for 40 days.  The Lord has spoken to us at House of Good Hope directly to study out this original House of Prayer, even implement the patterns as we seek God’s face and enter into His Presence.   JourImage result for picture of tabernacle in exodus 26ney with us as we explore the significance of worship in the Tabernacle: why was it patterned the way it was, and how we can pray through the Tabernacle.

There is no cost for the class, a freewill offering is taken.

  1. THE GATE

PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING:

This is the only way into the Tabernacle.This is the only way into TRUE fellowship with the Lord.  No other door, no other gate.  No back door.  This is the time to thank and praise God.  Enter into God’s Presence with joy and expectancy

 Suggested Scriptures:

Psalm 24:7-10                         Isaiah 62:10

Psalm 100:4                             John 10:9

Revelation 3:20                       Revelation 21:25

2.  OUTER COURT

The Outer Court is a place of preparation. This place prepares you to enter into the fullness of God. You begin to praise and glorify God and begin to feel/sense the Presence of God.   John 1:14

Altar of Sacrifice: CONSECRATION, REPENTANCE, RELEASE OF BURDENS

 It is a place of letting go, of giving up.   You see the continuous fire.  You see the Blood on the Altar.  You see   Jesus, the Sacrificial Lamb had been slain so that we might live. You see the price that was paid so you can now enter in.   This is a place of great redemption a place of great healing.  This is the only place where you give offering, 5 altogether:

  1. Consecration Forgiveness
  2. Tithe or meal offering Cleansing
  3. Reconciliation

 Suggested Scriptures:

Isaiah 53                                  John 14:6

Matthew 27:50-54                   I Corinthians 2:2                     

Romans 5:9                             Galatians 2:20

Ephesians 1:7                         Colossians 3:2-3                    

  Bronze Laver: CLEANSING, RE-IDENTIFICATION, REDRESSING

This is a place of purging, a place of purification.  The Laver was made from mirrors so we can bend over and see the filth of our sin on our faces, our hands, our feet.  We must cleanse ourselves of the stain and the filth not only of our sin, but of our generations and of the world.  Allow the Lord to strip off the stained clothes of this world and clothe us with His Robes and crown us with HIS Glory.  Take on your new identity in Christ.  You are no longer an ordinary person.

Suggested Scriptures:

Psalm 51:7-12                         Zechariah 3

Hebrews 10:21-22                  1 John 1:7-9

Galatians 5:19-25                    Colossians 3:5-16

Isaiah 64:6-7

  1. INNER COURT / HOLY PLACE

After the cleansing process and re-identification has been completed, you can now enter into the inner court and prepare to meet with the Lord face-to-face. This is a place where you come to the realization that it’s not about you, it’s all about the LORD. Holy Spirit welcomes you in.    As part of the “Kingdom of priests”, practice going into prayer twice a day: both morning & evening. 

 

Golden Lampstand: SOAKING, INFILLING OF HOLY SPIRIT

You see the Light of the Golden Lampstand. 

This is Ruach ha Chodesh – Holy Spirit, the Light of God.  He illumines your way.  You suddenly realize your blindness without the illumination of Holy Spirit Who lights your way. Don’t hurry from this place. Take notice of Ruach.  Take the time to feel God, experience God.  Don’t rush.  Take time to linger, take time to be filled, saturated with Holy Spirit – Ruach ha Chodesh.

Suggested Scriptures:

Genesis 1:3-5                         Isaiah 9:2

Isaiah 60:1,20                          Ephesians 5:8

1 Peter 2:9                               Psalm 119:105

2 Corinthians 4:6                     John 8:12

 

Table of Showbread: FEAST ON THE WORD

This is a place of feasting on God’s Word, a place of sustenance.  A place of Trust such as you’ve never trusted anyone or anything before.  This is a place of yieldedness.  Place of our realizing that you cannot even breathe or exist without God. 

Suggested Scriptures:

Matthew 26:26                        Luke 11:3

John 6:35, 51                          Psalm 119:11          

Proverbs 30:5                         John 1:1,14            

Isaiah 55:11                             Revelation1:2

Philippians 2:16                       Hebrews 4:12        

 

Altar of Incense: WORSHIP AND INTERCESSION

This is the place where the incense of your worship and intercession is offered to the Most High God. Worship is so vastly different from praise, which you found yourself doing at the Gate.  This is where you realize that it’s all about HIM, not about you.  As you pour out your worship and intercession, you smell the sweet fragrance of the incense.

 

Suggested Scriptures:

Exodus 34:14                          1 Chronicles 16:29

Psalm 22:27                             Psalm 29:2

Psalm 141:2                             Psalm 95:6

Matthew 2:2                            Luke 4:8

John 4:24                                                Romans 12:1

  1. HOLY OF HOLIES

As we pour out our hearts in worship, we suddenly see the Veil has been ripped from top to bottom.  We are suddenly drawn into the Place of Intimacy with the One Who created us.  We only go into this place as He draws us in.

 

 

The Cover

As you are drawn in, you notice two pieces of furniture in this small narrow place.  But the two pieces of furniture are not side-by-side.  Instead they are one on top of one another.  The top piece is a Golden box with 2 Gold Cherubim standing on it, facing each other.  Their wingspans are huge, fills the room.  And they touch each other.  At their feet is poured-out blood.  Releasing from the blood is the Shekinah Cloud, the very Presence of God!  Cloud by day, fire by night.  This is released from the very Presence of God and can be seen throughout the camp.

Suggested Scriptures:

Isaiah 37:16                             Exodus 25:17         

Lamentations 3:21-24             Hebrews 4:15-16   

2 Corinthians 5:10                   Matthew 12:7         

Romans 9:15                           Romans 4:20

Ephesians 2:4                         1 Peter 2:10            

James 2:13                              1 Peter 1:3

Ark of the Covenant

This wooden box overlaid with gold represents the Humanity and the Deity of Jesus.  Inside are the stone tablets on which the 10 Commandments are written, the Rod of Aaron that budded, and the pot of Manna.

 Suggested Scriptures:

Lamentations 3:21-24             Hebrews 5:4

Tablets of Stone: God’s Law and Commandments written with the very Finger of God.

 Suggested Scriptures:

Exodus 24:12                          Deuteronomy 10:5

Exodus 32:16                          2 Corinthians 3:3

 

Rod of Aaron:  This rod represents the Authority of God that is given to those who He chooses.

Suggested Scriptures:

Numbers 17:6                          Psalm 3:4

Pot of Manna: Heavenly that is always fresh.  It never rots, it never molds.

Suggested Scriptures:

Numbers 11:6                          Exodus 16:31

John 6:31                                                Revelation 2:17

 

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FIRST SUNDAYS
6-9PM

From the first century forward the Body of Christ regularly came together in their homes, shared a meal, heard a sermon or teaching and shared the Cup of Communion together.  Join with us the first SUNDAY of the month at 6:00 pm as we practice this ancient custom. 

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