We are a Hebraic teaching, worship, and creative arts ministry focused on building the Kingdom of God by bringing Messianic Jewish and Gentile Christians together as one new man in Christ Yeshua (Ephesians 2:14-16). How do we do that? Simple. We want to get to know you. God is building His family, and He wants us to become friends. Jesus said: Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one's life for his friends. You are My friends if you do whatever I command you. And, these things I command you, that you love one another (John 15:13-17).
God’s ultimate plan for the church is to bring all nations together, as one family that loves each other as Christ has loved us. This is the one new man, and it will bring a new and diverse expression of God’s people in the earth that has never been encountered. Every tribe, tongue, and nation will soon come up to Jerusalem to worship the one true King (Revelation 5:9). And this new expression will be built upon the foundation that God established through His first nation, Israel.
In the fullness of God’s time, the church, through it’s love, will provoke Israel to jealousy and bring in the fullness of the Gentiles. This will finish the Great Commission, making disciples of every nation and fulfilling God’s promise to physically and spiritually restore the nation of Israel. Then the Kingdom of God will be established in the earth, and the nations will receive their inheritance according to the number of the children of Israel (Deuteronomy 32:8).
So, why are we called the House of David? Because we know that the House of David is the lineage of our blessed Savior, Yeshua, and the Tabernacle of David is both the priestly and apostolic governmental authority of His Kingdom, bestowed upon the church and created as the dwelling place of intimacy with our Father in heaven. In fact, the House of David is the church.
As such, we are a Kingdom-focused ministry, and we invite you to become our friends. Yeshua is the King, and we are His royal subjects—a royal priesthood created perfectly in His image to rule and reign together with Him over the nations of the earth (1 Peter 2:9). Therefore, we labor, and continue to educate and disciple the church about the Kingdom of God until we all come to the unity of the faith and the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ (Ephesians 4:13).
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