25 01, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 14

2018-11-25T07:24:11+00:00January 25th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

During the past seventy-plus years, I’ve heard everything from good old country gospel music to classical music referred to as “Worship.” Huhh Uhh! Nope! It doesn’t work like that! That doesn’t mean that one can’t worship with country-style music, nor does it mean that one can’t worship with certain classical music. We’ve experienced real worship in the midst of what I would call jazz.

18 01, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 13

2018-11-25T07:28:17+00:00January 18th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

Most of you have heard me share my first experience of being in Heaven and being exposed to the sound of the worship and praise that fills Heaven. I’ve shared with you how every cell of my being vibrated with that worship. It affected my DNA — so much so, that even to this day, some 67 years later, the sound of praise and worship flow through me non-stop.

11 01, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 12

2018-11-25T07:31:57+00:00January 11th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

We are talking about the core of the opposition that has faced those who are committed to real praise and worship, and where that opposition and persecution began. When you understand Satan’s original place in Heaven as Lucifer, the Archangel who surrounded the Throne with praise and worship, and how he was cast out of Heaven after his arrogance and rebellion and effort to overthrow the Throne of God, then you begin to understand why he so hates those who have replaced him with their love, their praise and their worship.

4 01, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: David’s Tabernacle Restored, Part 11

2018-11-25T07:35:56+00:00January 4th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

It probably seems to some as though we have really deviated from the topic of David’s Tabernacle and the picture of unabated praise and worship, but I assure you, we have not! The relationship that David experienced with the Lord was an intimate one. It is a strange thing that during all of his years as King of Israel, he wound up marrying so many women in his desire to match the relationship he had with the Lord. Not until he married Bathsheba (under highly controversial and questionable circumstances) did he finally feel like he had a wife in this life with whom he could be One!