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Davidic Worship

Psalms 100:4 (NIV)

"Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and bless His name."

The order for Davidic worship has been set by King David through revelation knowledge. As we come before the Heavenly Father we give Him thanks for what He has done in our lives. Then we go before His outer courts with praise, and on to worshiping at His throne.

As liturgical dancers begin to restore the tabernacle of David within us first, then within our local church assemblies; restassured the presence of God will rest upon the music ministry, the praise dancers, and the church. If the music ministry in your church has knowlege of the proper order for Davidic worship then the praise dancers will follow.

Liturgical dancers have an important role in restoring the tabernacle of David and following the proper order of praise and worship. Dances of praise flowing from the praise dancers while the thanksgiving and praise portion of the service is going…

Rebuilding the Tabernancle of David Through Dance

What is the tabernacle of David?

The tabernacle was a place of worship. According to the Old Testament it was a tent that could be constructed anywhere, and it housed the ark of the covenant or the presence of Yahweh (God). It has long been said that the tabernacle of David was a model of what took place in Heaven, continual worship to God.

In 1 Samuel 6, the ark of the covenant was removed from the children of Israel in Jerusalem. There were two attempts at returning the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem. The first attempt was a disaster as one of David's chosen men (Uzzah) unlawfully touched the ark and died. The ark was being carried on a cart by oxen and one of them stumbled. To keep the ark of the covenant on the cart Uzzah touched the ark and perished. His death caused great fear to fall upon David and to the men that witnessed this event. He had to find the proper method for returning the ark back to Jerusalem.

David's second attempt at returning the ark of the covena…