‘ “After this I will return and will rebuild the Tabernacle of David, which has fallen down; and 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.’ Acts 15:16
‘ “On that day I will raise up The Tabernacle of David, which has fallen down, and repair its damages; I will raise up its ruins, and rebuild it as of old; that they may possess the remnant of Edom, and all the gentiles who are called by My name,” says the Lord who does this thing.’ Amos 9:11
What is a ‘Worship Altar’?
A Worship Altar is an extended time of thanksgiving, praise, worship and loving God only, devoid of any ministry by man to man, which allows Christians to worship their God in spirit and in truth. Our total focus is on God and giving ourselves to him in uninterrupted worship without any preaching or man speaking to man and without any elements of self-seeking by way of prayer or man’s prayer ministry to man. Very simply, an extended time of at least two hours of worship only.
- It is a sanctified time without any elements of ritual, entertainment, performance and the traditions of men.
- An opportunity to give God all the glory and honour due unto him.
- A sanctified space when nothing distracts us from worshipping our holy God.
- A beautiful time of giving to God from our hearts, in purity and holiness.
- An opportunity to go much deeper in worship.
The New Covenant Worship
Through the sacrifice of Jesus, who was and is the Son of God, He has made a way for us to enter into the Holy Place, before the Throne of God the Father, YHWH, to worship Him in spirit and in truth. Jesus’ blood was shed and atones for our sin as He was spotless and without sin. He was the High Priest and the sacrificial lamb that takes away the sins of the world, once and for all, and for all time.
The Worship Altar that YHWH is establishing across the earth at this time, is a restoration of the tabernacle of David and represents a type of The Ark of The Covenant. As directed by God’s New Covenant, we are no longer required to sacrifice animals in order to be made righteous.
Jesus has paid the price and has done it all, the work is finished.