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The Ark of the Covenant and
                 Tabernacle in the End-Time







    
The Lord has promised to give us, the Ark of the Covenant just as He gave it to the first Children of Israel.  Why, because we will be fleeing just like them into the wilderness (See 2nd Exodus verses) away from the Anti-Christ who has taken over the Temple in Jerusalem and secured political and religious control over the whole World. We have to have its protection and provision as a cloud by day and a fire by night, for it is symbolic of the Spirit of the Lord being with us. For as the prophet Joel said concerning the End-Time  ay of darkness and of gloominess, a day of clouds and of thick darkness, as the morning spread upon the mountains: a great people and a strong; there hath not been ever the like, neither shall be any more after it, even to the years of many generations. A fire devoureth before them; and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the Garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them. The appearance of them is as the appearance of horses; and as horsemen, so shall they run.

     So notice how this is just like the 1st Exodus, and this Spirit of God dwells right above the ARK of the Covenant between the two cheribums. So do we have the ARK  YES  (In my Opinion) And do we have the original Tabernacle Yes  (See
Building up the Tabernacle of David in the End-Time.  We have both in my opinion, but for confirmation, let's look at these scriptures from the historical 2nd chapter of 2 Maccabees. My comments will be in ......(   ).

1. One finds in the records that Jeremiah the prophet ordered those who were being deported to take some of the fire, as has been told, (This is talking about the prophet Jeremiah who had warned his nation that Babylon was coming to invade them because of their sins, and they did)

2: and that the prophet after giving them the law instructed those who were being deported not to forget the commandments of the Lord, nor to be led astray in their thoughts upon seeing the gold and silver statues and their adornment. (Jeremiah told the captives that were being lead away not to forget the commandments and principles of the Lord, even while imprisoned in Babylon)

3: And with other similar words he exhorted them that the law should not depart from their hearts.

4: It was also in the writing that the prophet, having received an oracle, (In other words, the Lord told him directly to do the following)   ordered that the tent and the ark should follow with him, (The tent is the Tabernacle and the ARK is the original ARK of the Covenant that was with Moses and had been in the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Jerusalem built by Solomon) and that he went out to the mountain where Moses had gone up and had seen the inheritance of God. (What mountain was this …Mount Nebo from where Moses saw the promised land .     Deuteroromy 34: 1)

5: And Jeremiah came and found a cave, and he brought there the tent and the ark and the altar of incense, and he sealed up the entrance. (Jeremiah hid the Ark and Tabernacle and Altar of Incense in a cave on Mount Nebo, so the Babylonians wouldn't get possesssion of it)

6: Some of those who followed him came up to mark the way, but could not find it.  When Jeremiah learned of it, he rebuked them and declared: "The place shall be unknown until God gathers his people together again and shows his mercy. (See
Last Gathering, because it is only in the End-Time that we shall find these treasures of the Lord, to be used just like the originals were because they aren't copies but the original themselves)

8: And then the Lord will disclose these things, and the glory of the Lord and the cloud will appear, as they were shown in the case of Moses, and as Solomon asked that the place should be specially consecrated."  (So again we have His cloud over us and His Fire above us and around us to protect us. And the area of the Tabernacle will again be holy ground where only the righteous in heart can enter.)

9: It was also made clear that being possessed of wisdom Solomon offered sacrifice for the dedication and completion of the temple. Just as Moses prayed to the Lord, and fire came down from heaven and devoured the sacrifices, so also Solomon prayed, and the fire came down and consumed the whole burnt offerings. (And so will our high priest, call down fire from heaven to light our Tabernacle fire, our altar of incense    (See
Our High Priest …Eliakim)

     So did you catch it, if not do read these simple to understand words once again, as it is obvious what is going on here and what is in store for us. For we are told to flee into the wilderness by the Lord in Mathew 24 :15 and to follow the same course as our past brethren took along the
Kings Highway. We flee towards Moab and literally have another miraculous crossing of Jordan except this time we are going the other direction.  And then its on to Moab and Edom towards Petra, our probable destination. (See appropriate postings). Because in Revelations 12, it says we have a place prepared for us, by the Lord as "He feeds us in the wilderness"


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Is Dancing Scriptural?

Historians have discovered that dancing was a significant part of temple worship during the time of Yeshua's walk upon the earth. The following are a few examples of dance in the scriptures:

*In Sh’mot  {Exodus} 15:20, "Miryam the prophet, sister of Aharon, took a tambourine in her hand; and all the women went out after her with tambourines dancing, as Miryam sang to them: 'Sing to Adonai, for He is exalted! The horse and its rider he threw into the sea!' 

*We can see the harvest dances in the book of Shof’tim {Judges}21:20-21, 'They ordered the men of Binyamin, Go hide in the vineyards and keep watch. If the girls of Shiloh come out to do their dances, then come out of the vineyards and, each of you catch for himself a wife from the Shiloh girls, and go on to the land of Binyamin."

 *Yiftach's daughter danced for joy  at his return Shof’tim {Judges}11:34.

*Sh’mu’el Bet {2Samuel} 6:14-15 describes how David led the ark of the covenant into Jerusalem when he "danced and spun around before Adonai wearing a linen ritual vest.  So David and all the house of Isra'el brought up the ark of Adonai with shouting and the sound of the shofar"

 *Sh’mu’el Alef {1 Samuel}21:11 alludes to the children of Israel praising David their king by dancing and singing songs of his heroic feats .

*Yirmeyahu {Jeremiah 31:13} shows us that G-d's redemption causes His people to dance with joy. "Then the virgin will dance for joy, young men and old together, for I will turn their mourning into joy, comfort and gladden them after their sorrow".

 *Psalm 149:3 " Let them praise His name with dancing, make melody to Him with tambourine and lyre."

*Psalm 150:4 " Praise Him with tambourines and dancing!"

Why Dance in a Circle?

*The followingexerpts are from an article in a subscription newsletter called Hebrew Roots published by Dean and Susan Wheelock.

"The Hebrew word chagag (hah-gahg’ Strong’s #2287) means  (kindred to the root chuwg [hoog]) to go round in a circle, hence--
      (1) to dance, I Sa. 30:16
      (2) to keep a festival, from the idea of leaping, and dancing in sacred dances, Ex. 5:1; Lev. 23:41; especially of a public assembly, Psal. 42:5.
      (3) to reel, to be giddy, used of drunkards, Ps. 107:27

root word chuwg (#2328):
      “TO DESCRIBE A CIRCLE, TO DRAW A CIRCLE, as with a compass.

Two other related words also yield the same basic theme:
      Strong’s # 2329 is spelled and pronounced the same as #2328, chuwg (hoog):
      “a circle, sphere, used of the arch or vault of the sky,”

      Finally there is the Hebrew word chagah (hah-gah’ Strong’s #2283). According to Strong it means:
      “from an unused root mean.(ing) to revolve (compare to 2287 chagag) prop. vertigo, i.e. (fig.) fear;--terror).

Another, more common word associated with the festivals is also derived from chagag. It is Strong’s #2282 and is the Hebrew word chag (hahg).

Gesenius defines chag as:
      (1) “a festival, to keep a festival
      (2) “a festival sacrifice, a victim”
      Most of the words translated as ‘feast’ in the Hebrew Scriptures come from this word, chag rather than from chagag. The Hebrew words chagag and chag have a root meaning ‘circle;’ which primarily means circle dancing, i.e. typical Jewish traditional dancing as preserved from antiquity.

machol (mah-coal’ = Strong’s #4234) is also used several times in scripture. It means:  “a (round) dance” which comes from another root word (#2342) chul (hool) which means: “to twist or whirl, to dance."

*It is also interesting to note that it is a traditional Judaic belief that demonic forces cannot penetrate a circle.

What are the Basics of the Dance?

Davidic/Messianic dancing is mostly made up of four basic components:

* mayims (also known as grapevines )

* debkas (bouncy heel-steps)

* yemenites (three-count combos)

* cherkaziyas (forward-and-back steps)

Israeli dance is an amalgam of the many cultures and peoples which settled in Palestine and then Israel and many of the current Israeli dance styles come from those cultures (Eastern Europe, Yemen and the Arab countries). Many of the original Israeli dances that were choreographed by the new immigrants have movements reflecting the work of settling the land of Israel (digging, building, irrigation and everyday work movements). The songs reflect this spirit as well.

The original sources were Eastern European styles, Arabic and Yemenite. More recently Greek, French, Turkish, Latin, and even American rock have influenced modern recreational Israeli dance.

As for origins, the hora (a closed circle dance) originated in Rumania, the Yemenite step (from Yemen of course) is reflective of the way one would move on hot sands; tcherkessia (from Russia) and the debka (Arabic). The other movements are those which are found in any kind of dance (Israeli, folk, ballet) - be it walk, run, jump,etc

The 'DEBKA' is a style of dance, originally Arabic in origin, and originally done by men only. It refers to a strong, bouncy style of dance with strong, stacatto like movements. There are however, dozens of debkas in today's Israeli dance repertoire, many of which, have been choreographed in the last couple of decades, and aside from their style (strong and bouncy) are not traditional debkas.

The debka step is a specific step used in many debka and debka style dances. It is traditionally done by placing the heel of one foot forward, and then lifting it slightly and falling forward onto that same foot (usually to the count of 1&). Sometimes 2 or 4 of them, alternating feet are strung together.

HORA refers to a closed circle dance usually spirited in nature. The origin of the Hora is from the Rumanian 'oro' also a closed circle dance, and was adopted by Israel because the closed circle form represents unity.

"It fitted perfectly the pioneer character of those settlers and the social set-up of the kibbutz especially. The tightly closed circle, with linked arms and hands on shoulders of neighbors was the exact expression of the close human relationship between all the members of the community; all...with equal rights and equal value, regardless of sex or of dancing ability. Simple energetic movements - stamping, jumping and leg swinging...for hours and hours."from Harikud - the Jewish Dance by Fred Berk 1972 UAHC & AZYF

*In addition, some Messianic Congregations' dance team leaders have been classically trained in other forms of dance and may interlace simple steps from those forms to augment their choreography. This, too, is acceptable practice, if done decently and in order.

Why Messianic Dance Today?

In Jeremiah 31 it speaks of the restoration of the people of Israel back to their land and their God. It says:

"Again I will build you, and you shall be rebuilt, O virgin of Israel! Again you shall take up your tambourines. And shall go forth to the dances of the merrymakers."(Jer.31:4)

"Hear the word of the LORD, O nations. And declare in the coastlands afar off, and say, He who scattered Israel will gather him, and keep him, as a shepherd keeps his flock...Then the virgin shall rejoice in the dance, and the young men and old together: for I will turn their mourning into joy, and will comfort them, and give them joy for their sorrow." (Jer. 31:10-13)

"To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance ....( Ecclesiastes 3:1,3)

Messianic dancing is fully a part of the restoration to the things spoken of by the prophets. Dancing is and was clearly intended as a venue of worship, and many Davidic dancers will tell you it is also a form of spiritual warfare.

Is it for everyone? No, just as not all are given to singing, playing instruments, etc..not all may be led into the dance. There are many books, videos, and classes available today for those who are interested in learning. Check with your local Messianic Synagogue to see if they offer dance classes.














 

       Hebrew name of Pastor Leora Bat Mariam
Teaching The Davidic Dance
                                               

What is Messianic or Davidic Dance?

Messianic or Davidic Dance is praise and worship dance that combines Israeli folk and contemporary worship music to choreographed dance. Yah is restoring Davidic Dance in these days as He is restoring all things.  Worship with Davidic Dance has been a part of Israel since the earliest days of its faith expression (Sh'mot/Exodus 15: 20). Davidic Dance was a significant component of the Temple worship in the time of Yeshua (the Messiah's Hebrew name). It is worship for both men and women of faith. 

Interested in learning Davidic Raqad (leap, skip, dance) to enhance your praise and worship experience?



    

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