28 12, 2018

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 10

2018-11-25T07:38:50+00:00December 28th, 2018|2018, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

Well, I warned you last week that we needed to run down a religious rabbit trail, and that we needed to blow that rabbit trail apart. You see, the problem is that throughout the centuries, God’s people have been caught up in traditions that began with their ancestors – traditions that began before their ancestors had the kind of revelation that Holy Spirit is pouring out on His people today. We need to break those traditions and get out of the religious boxes that we’ve all suffered with for generations.

21 12, 2018

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 9

2018-11-25T07:43:54+00:00December 21st, 2018|2018, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again. Few people in this age and generation really understand what it is to be joined together by the Lord in a union that is more than physical. People often get married because they “fall in love.” The problem is that in a few months or years, they “fall out of love.” Their relationship really wasn’t based on love but on a physical attraction to one another or because of seeming parallel interests.  

14 12, 2018

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 8

2018-11-25T07:47:22+00:00December 14th, 2018|2018, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

We are really taking a different approach today to understanding the Tabernacle of David and the nature or praise and worship. You may even think I’ve gone off the deep end at first, but that’s OK. Bear with me while I lay some foundations.   You will remember how we’ve talked about Lucifer and his original creation as worship leader in Heaven and how he was created to surround the Throne of God with worship. The concept of “surrounding” comes into play with where I want to go today, and why that was so significant.

7 12, 2018

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 7

2018-12-07T03:27:52+00:00December 7th, 2018|2018, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

My remarks at the end of last week’s Coffee Break were, no doubt, very controversial to some folks. I’m not trying to be controversial. After being with David, after experiencing what he experienced, after watching and experiencing all of the adventures that have come over the past 70+ years in the presence of the Lord, I can’t help it. These are honest observations shared in the hope that I can awaken folks to the true nature of praise and worship, prayer and intercession.