Final Destination: Through the Age of Solomon to New Jerusalem
The Visit of the Queen of Sheba to King Solomon by Sir Edward John Poynter Bt PRA RWS (1839-1919). 1890. Oil on canvas, 234.5 x 350.5 cm.
The following article was written as a memo to share with my readers on Adonai-Tzvaot.com what I have received and learned from a Seminar in Jakarta from 10-12 Dec 2008, which was led by Ps. George Anadorai from Singapore. I have closed down the blog and am now sharing this with the readers of EastLightning.com.
The Restoration of the Tabernacle of David
I am going to share this important message with the people of God that I got in the seminar with Pastor George Annadorai back on Dec 10th, 2008. Something great will happen in the near future of the whole world and my goal is to deliver and share with as many people as possible about everything that I have received from God through Ps. George Anadorai.
Let’s start by opening the Bible and read from Amos 9:11.
In that day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen
and close up the breaches thereof
and I will raise up his ruins
and I will build it as in the days of old
(King James Version)
When that day comes, I will raise up
the fallen sukkah (tabernacle, house, hut, tent) of David.
I will close up its gaps, raise up its ruins
and rebuild it as it used to be.
(Complete Jewish Bible)
The essence of the tabernacle of David back in the days of this great King, was worship around the throne around the clock, for 24/7. After David’s death and all the drama of Israel’s and Judah’s stubbornness that brought them to God’s punishment, the tabernacle, or the 24/7 worship stopped and was no more. Here in the book of Amos, God prophesied that “in that day” or “when that day comes” which refers to a day some time in the end times (namely our days), God would restore “the fallen ‘sukkah’”. God’s plan in the end of times was to restore the 24/7 worship that was called the tabernacle of David.
We should feel honored and grateful for being given life in the end times, as we have been given the chance to witness this prophecy to come to pass. Back in May 1998, in the same year that the State of Israel celebrated their year of Jubilee (their 50th anniversary), a man of God named Tom Hess was charged by God to go to the highest and the lowest places of the earth to pray and prophecy over 50 mega cities in the world, including Jakarta, Indonesia. So he went to Mt. Everest and the Dead Sea and prayed and prophesied there.
Together with George Anadorai, Hess prayer walked around the city of Jerusalem and prayed for the city’s peace and prosperity and to prophecy over the city and the people. When they were walking outside the walls of Jerusalem and praying, [pullquote]Anadorai’s veil over his eyes dropped and he was able to see all the many angels around Jerusalem, the blessing and all the love that God has over this city. [/pullquote]Although it may not be obvious to people in the world, God loves Jerusalem and the pastor could not describe how much he felt of God’s love for Jerusalem, for Israel, for the Jews, His firstborn son. During his travel there, Ps. Anadorai felt strongly how much they mean to God.
After their walk around the walls of Jerusalem, in May 1998, Tom Hess was called to start a 24/7 prayer house in Jerusalem. The information below is taken from the website Succot Celebration.
Pic: Tom Hess
Tom Hess became the founder and Pastor of Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations (JHOPFAN), President of Progressive Vision International (PVI) and All Nations Convocation Jerusalem (ANCJ). Tom is a resident of Israel and has lived on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem since October 1987.
Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations maintains a 24-hour Prayer Watch where increasing numbers of church and prayer leaders are bringing groups of watchmen from their nations to pray in Jerusalem. The House of Prayer also encourages the development of 24-hour Watches around the world to pray for Jerusalem, Israel and all nations. Presently, JHOPFAN is in contact with hundreds of 24-hour Watches on every continent of the world and on many islands. Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations–All Nations Convocations Jerusalem also prints the monthly International Prophetic Prayer Alert and publishes the Watchmen’s Journal, which reflects activities and events of the ministry and imparts basic biblical teaching.
About the same day in May 2008, without Tom Hess’ knowledge, far from Israel in the west, in Kansas City, United States, a pastor of a little church started their 24/7 house of prayers. And far away in the far east, in Jakarta, Indonesia, the pastor of GBI Niko Nyotorahardjo started the church’s 24/7 house of prayers. All 3 of them did not know about each other’s new prayer schedule and the call that God had put into their hearts.
In May 1998, God started to make His prophecies about restoring the tabernacle of David to come to pass. Very soon the 3 house of prayers that worship and pray to God 24/7 were not alone. Within 10 years 30,000′s of 24/7 prayer houses were established all over the world. This was announced in May 2008, on the 10th anniversary of the house of prayer that Tom Hess started in Jerusalem back in 1998, in front of hundreds of people around the world that are involved in starting their prayer houses all over the world.
But God isn’t done yet. He has an eternal plan that will be done very soon. The tabernacle of David is only the first stop of three stops before the final and eternal destination of God.
The 3 Stops to Jerusalem
So, now we know that the restoration of the tabernacle of David has been going on for over 10 years now. But we also know that it is not the final destination that God has in mind. It is like wanting to go to Jerusalem from Jakarta. There are 3 stop overs before we get to Jerusalem: Singapore, Bangkok and Amman. Fulfilling our eternal plan that God wants for us to have is like reaching Jerusalem.
But before we can get there we first need to take off from Jakarta and stop at Singapore. The restoration of the Tabernacle of David is our first stop. We are now in Singapore. Like with all flights at stop overs, passengers of that flight are able to get off the plane and take a walk in the International Airport of Chiang May. As they have the freedom to walk around and marvel at the sophisticated airport of Singapore and shop at their duty free shops, the passengers have to remember, Singapore is not their final destination. They need to keep an eye on the time, not to miss their flight to the next stop. This is what is going on today.
The restoration of the Tabernacle of David has been going on for 10 years. We are in Singapore now. But it is time for the world to move on to the next level, to reach our next stopover in Bangkok. Many people are mesmerized by the amazing growth of all the 24/7 prayer houses in the whole world. They think that this is their final destination and they fall asleep. But we are to be alerted all the time to get ready to move to the next phase, in order to reach God’s eternal and final destination.
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