Item description for The Tabernacle of David (Divine Habitation #2) by Kevin J. Conner...
Overview The Tabernacle of David is the second work in Conner's trilogy concerning the three major dwelling places of God in the Old Testament. This text answers many vital questions concerning the tabernacle in the Old Testament and its significance to New Testament revelation. The Tabernacle of David is a devotional, typical, theological and practical book and clearly shows the vast differences between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant methods of worship. It presents an exciting and stimulating challenge to the believer who is hungry to learn more about the move of the Holy Spirit today.
Publishers Description In The Tabernacle of David, author Kevin Conner details the many forms of worship experienced by the Hebrews in Zion, the City of David. Learn about the history of the Ark of the Covenant and trace the roots of the New Testament Church to the time of David. The book explores the eternal Davidic Kingdom and the significance of David's life story, as well as music history and musicians and instruments in biblical times.
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Studio: CITY CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING AAAV
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 7.08" Height: 0.6" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Apr 29, 2007
Publisher CITY CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING
Series Divine Habitation
Series Number 2
ISBN 0914936948 ISBN13 9780914936947
Reviews - What do customers think about Tabernacle Of David?
A book that can spark revelation Jul 18, 2004
This is a very good, detailed book about the Tabernacle of David. I highly recommend it for preachers, teachers, and worship leaders.
It can truly spark some revelation about God's presence, worship, priesthood, etc.
I want to read his book about the Temple of Solomon now...
Tabernacle of David Oct 24, 2001
My husband and I have read this book. This book was written back in the 1970's. I cannot believe now in almost 2002 how it pertains to today. He had such a revelation back then. He was really ahead of the rest of us. It is a most wonderful book that teaches about the Tabernacle of David and is most inspiring to those of us who want to restore the Tabernacle of David and teach us how. Excellent study of the Tabernacle of Moses, Solomon and especially David.
Old Testament's Model for New Testament's Church and Worship Aug 3, 2001
The most comprehensive study of this matter. Dr. Conner helps the theological student understand the foreshadow of the Church (Christ's Tabernacle) found in the Tabernacle of David. Both interpretations, the Davidic Kingdom and the Davidic Worship, are covered. The Davidic Worship topic study includes a deep scriptural and spiritual understanding of the Ark of the Covenant, Sion, the complete historical setting, the order of singers and musicians, evaluation of music based on principles, and more. Dr. Conner provides an exhaustive number of Bible scriptures for each concept studied. If you don't take things for granted, only those which have plenty of biblical substance, this is the kind of author you need to learn from.
A Comprehensive Study On A Very Much Unknown Subject. Sep 3, 1997
The "Tabernacle of David" is the second in a triology. The first being "The Tabernacle of Moses" and the third "The Temple of Solomon." It would be beneficial to first obtain "The Tabernacle of Moses" to better grasp the message in this book, though it isn't necessarily impending to do so. The first thought that usually comes to mind when a reader sees the title is: I never knew there was a tabernacle of David. Many have studied and and interpreted the scriptures for years never touching on the subject of the tabernacle of David because of the lack of understanding of it. But just what is it? That is the most important question that this book remarkably and sucessfully answers . To fuller appreciate the New Testament and its message, a sure knowledge of the "Tabernacle of David" is a must. From layman to scholar, this book will serve to enlighten what forever has seemed to have been lost in scriptural understanding