Davidic Worship: A Call to the Sacred Place

The return of true Davidic worship or Throne Room worship is the return to the Sacred place of worship. In the sacred place we don't profane it by turning our attention to ourselves and what we need because we are too preoccupied by His holiness and beauty. One of the biggest deterrents or distractions to entering throne room worship and adoration of King Jesus, is ourselves. When we come to a place of worship and spend our time talking about, singing about, and worrying about our issues, our feelings, or our agendas we remain stuck in the outer courts. But here is the reality, all the "us" stuff becomes a nonissue at the feet of Jesus. When He is all we see, suddenly my mind, will, and emotions become fully engaged with the source of all life. I mean, there are actually living waters that flow from His throne. He has eyes like fire that burn out any dross that exists within my heart.

In fact, it is simply impossible to enter into His presence, encounter His glory, and remain the same as we came in. And once we enter in, the hardest thing to do, besides getting off the floor, is trying to leave that sacred space. It is why David says in Psalms 27:4:

One thing I have desired of the Lord, That will I seek: That I may dwell in the house of the Lord All the days of my life, To behold the beauty of the Lord, And to inquire in His temple. Psalms 27:4 NKJV

This is evidence of someone who has tasted and seen that the Lord is good and in His presence is the fullness of joy. Being in His Holy presence has consumed his heart and is the only place he wants to be for the rest of his life.

In the verses before that it says:

The Lord is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; Of whom shall I be afraid? When the wicked came against me to eat up my flesh, my enemies and foes, they stumbled and fell. Though an army may encamp against me, my heart shall not fear; Though war may rise against me, in this I will be confident. Psalms 27:1-3 NKJV

Only someone who has been in the presence of the Lord God Almighty can say with full confidence, "whom shall I fear", "whom shall I be afraid". Boldness and courage are natural byproducts when you have been actively engaged in worshipping the creator of the universe. And from the moment we lock eyes with Jesus and worship at his feet there is nowhere else we would rather be for the rest of our days.

So, here's the call:

Come, let us go to the house of the Lord. Let us worship His name together. Let us reestablish the Tabernacle of David and call the global body of believers to come to worship and adore Him day and night, night and day.

Imagine the Body of Christ rising up in the Earth who know how to enter into the sacred place of throne room worship and from there go out declaring "The Lord is my light and salvation, whom shall I fear?". An army of God who are filled with the fear of God alone and overflowing with His heart of love for ALL of His creation. A Holy, set apart, tribe carrying heavenly solutions into society to see His Kingdom come and His will be done on Earth as it is in heaven. Just as we cannot remain the same once we have encountered the great I Am, in the same way the atmosphere and people around us must change. People either have to run away from us or encounter Jesus, there is no other option.

Likewise, as I see it, there is no other option for me at this point. My life's purpose is to spend my days at His feet in worship and adoration and bringing as many people as I possibly can to join me. It is time to become true Davidic Worshippers. Those that enter His presence as priests and go forth as kings to take back territory and bring back the spoils.

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