The Tabernacle: Our Vision
Following is the seven-fold vision that
the Lord has placed on our hearts
at the Tabernacle:
1. Bring forth the Biblical Jewish roots of Christianity to the church at large.
2. Establish unity between all believers (Jewish and Gentile).
3. Bring the message of salvation to Jewish people and the world
4. Be an “army of intercessors” for Israel .
5. Lift up the name of Yeshua (Jesus) at all times.
6. Place a strong emphasis on Davidic praise and worship.
7. To Establish a Messianic Jewish educational center, including a school of Davidic praise and worship, Hebrew classes and many other Messianic Jewish studies.
At the Tabernacle we believe in the One true God: the Creator of heaven and earth, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. (Exodus 3:6)
We believe in the triune nature of God, and though He is One God, we believe that He manifests Himself as God the Father (Avinu), God the Son (Yeshua), and God the Holy Spirit (Ruach Ha Kodesh). (2Cor. 13:14 )
We believe that God the Father sent His only begotten Son, Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah) to die on the tree of sacrifice to make atonement for the sins of all mankind. (John 3:16)
We believe that following His crucifixion and death, God raised Yeshua (Jesus) from the dead; that He ascended back unto His Father in Heaven, where He reigns forever as King of kings and Lord of lords. (1Cor. 14:20 , Rev. 19:16)
We believe that all who receive salvation though the blood atonement of Yeshua (Jesus) will also share in the power of His resurrection from the dead, and will live forever in the Kingdom of Heaven . (Rev. 5:9-10)
We believe that the Ruach Ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit) has been poured out on all believers in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) to empower them to be witnesses for Him, and to live a holy life in Him. We further believe in the nine-fold gifts of the Holy Spirit and in the operation of those gifts throughout the body of the Messiah. (Acts 1:8, 1Cor. 12:1-11)
We believe that Yeshua (Jesus) has broken down the middle wall of partition, and that all believers, both Jew and Gentile are one in Him. We further believe that in these last days, God is preparing the Bride of Messiah for Yeshua's second coming, of which only the Father knows the timing. (Gal. 3:28, Matt. 24:36)