What Is the Tabernacle of God?

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Chris Garcia

What a powerful day in the presence of God! As we transitioned out of worship, I had a vision of folks being tired of raising hands and waiting on the Lord.

The message was that the Lord was waiting on us to respond to Him. This shifted into the courts of heaven, where I saw a vision of the realization of the tabernacle‘s presence being unveiled during our worship time. The Scripture “Thy kingdom come … on earth as it is in heaven” (see Matt. 6:10) took on a profound meaning.

As we continued to unpack this, my brother Jojo was inspired to ask for clarification as to what exactly is the tabernacle. What followed was an in-depth discussion on the original tabernacle God instructed Moses to create to house the ark of the covenant. The subsequent profound discussions drew a comparison between the original tabernacle and the temple later created by King David to house the Lord’s presence for the Israelites and the construction of its inner and outer structure.

Jesus is the glory of God tabernacled in human flesh, and we bear Christ as his temple.

Chris Garcia is the founder of Father’s Glory International. Father’s Glory is devoted to promoting God’s manifested presence and power through the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is Father’s glory, and it is through the unveiling of the Son that lives are transformed. Chris is also a revivalist with a heart for the local church and serves as the lead overseer at House of Glory in Fort Smith, Arkansas. House of Glory is a Spirit-filled, fivefold apostolic revival hub that exists to cultivate the presence of God and the power of the gospel regionally and internationally. God is looking for those who will give Him a place to rest and allow His people to interact with His presence, power and glory. Second Corinthians 3:18 says, “But we all, seeing the glory of the Lord with unveiled faces, as in a mirror, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory by the Spirit of the Lord.” It is for His glory that we proclaim His name. Chris and his wife, Zuly, reside in the Fort Smith area with their three children.

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