Today’s worship revolution is a paradigm called the Tabernacle of David 

I became a Christian in 1960 in Stockholm, Sweden. At that time the different churches were singing songs from the early1900’s or from the revivals in the 1800’s. These were hymns and psalms about God or about our relationship with Him.

The modern Church has only in the past 30 years begun to recapture the power of intimate worship before God as it seen in King David’s Tabernacle.

Through that paradigm God has put new songs in the heart of the Church (Psalm 40:3). These are songs of love directed to God Himself, worshiping Him and exalting his name. These modern songs are very similar to the psalms in the Bible.

King David introduces this new paradigm to his generation.

As the number eight is the new beginning of a new week and the first note of a new octave, David the eighth of the sons of Jesse came to be the beginning of the New Priestly Order of the Kingdom of God in the Old Testament. He brought in a new dispensation—the time of the kings and the priesthood after the Order of Melchizedek (Psalm 110:4, Hebrew 7).

David also replaced the old order of Moses’ tabernacle with a new – his tabernacle. David’s tabernacle, unlike Moses’, had no prescribed pattern, nor an intermediary priesthood. The complexity of the old Levitical order was gone replaced by the simple presence of God. There was not even a veil – everyone had open access to the Presence. The implication of this was revolutionary.

A new hevenly sound was borne and heard in the earth through David’s paradigm and structure-shift.

The new paradigm that David introduced was the tabernacle of David (Acts 15:16-17).

He moved the ark of God that was in the Tabernacle of Moses, to the tent that he had raised in Jerusalem. He also organized 4000 priests to worship and minister 24/7 before God.

This was the new paradigm that David introduced. The Bible call this paradigm the Key of David (Revelation 3:7)

This key of David realized the greatest manifestation of the Kingdom of God in the OT. It conquered every enemy of God. It also made David and his people to posses the whole promise land. Furthermore, it made his kingdom to prosper to such an extent that silver was worthless in his son Solomon’s time and only gold was used as currency (1 Kings 10:27).

How could David do this?

He lived in the time of the Levitical order of the priesthood that was set up by Moses for the OT. How could David change that order?

He did it by accessing the real thing in heaven by worship. Then he unlocked that eternal heavenly realm and brought it here to this earth by faith.

The Tabernacle of David was the real thing but the Tabernacle of Moses served as “the pattern of and shadow of heavenly things” (Heb 8:5)

David did many illegal things for his time

He girded himself with a linen ephod that only the priest could where (2 Samuel 6:14)
And Jesus said this about David that ‘he entered into the house of God, and did eat the shewbread, which was not lawful for him to eat, neither for them which were with him, but only for the priests’ (Mat 12:3-4).

David used the key of worship to access and unlock the heavenly reality and release it on this earth.

God want us to use that Key of David today. Through that key God can realize the greatest harvest we have ever seen.

The word of God declare this in Act 15:16-17 ‘I will…build again the tabernacle of David…I will build again its ruins, and I will set it up, so those men who are left might seek after the Lord, and all the nations on whom My name has been called, says the Lord, who does all these things.’ (MKJV)

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