Pentecost, Tabernacle of David & Thousand Years Connection

by Brad Baker

Dec. 20/2021

1 When the Apostle John wrote the Book of Revelation Jesus told him the signify what he saw that must shortly take place. Right from the start of John writing the Book of Revelation he sets out the timeframe then at the end of the book a server warning not to be messed with.

Revelation 1: The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants—things which must shortly take place.

2 So it would make sense that the thousand years reign with Christ that is mentioned in Revelation 20 would not take that long because it had to shortly take place. 3  In fact it was taking place during 40 years before the Book of Revelation was written while the ending of chapter 20 was shortly about to be fulfilled with the Great White Thrown Judgment and New Heaven and Earth being fulfilled.

4 To say otherwise would be adding to the prophecies of the Book of Revelation therefore God will add to him the plagues that are written in this book. 5 Now just to take matters worst both John and Jesus would be in danger of the warns they gave if the 1000 years was to be extended for a very long time.

5 Adding to what was to be happening within a short period of time to the end of the Age by 2000 years should be obvious that would be adding to what John wrote. 6 Just because things were not fulfilled in the physical realm with the Coming of the Lord in Glory should really cause us to be looking for a Spiritual fulfillment instead. 7 In order to add another view, which would be futuristic, a person would also have to take away from the words of the book of this prophecy. 8 They would be doing so by rejecting the truth of a Spiritual fulfillment because it sure was not fulfilled in the physical realm shortly. 9 So not only would any false futuristic eschatology view add to them the plagues but also take away his part from the Book of Life, from the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book. 10 The Sadducees were known for not believing in the resurrection and some would believe that to be a physical literal resurrection so they would not see the connection here. 11 But because the resurrection was Spiritual they have indirectly fitted themselves into being as a modern day Sadducee. 12 And that truly is sad you see because they are missing out on all that God has for them in their walk of faith, hope and love as Manifested Sons of God. 13 They prefer to live in their delusion in the realm of Outer Darkness where they can not see the Kingdom of God in the Spiritual realm of reality.

A Warning

Revelation 22: 18For I testify to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds to these things, God will add to him the plagues that are written in this book; 19and if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part from the Book of Life, from the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

I Am Coming Quickly

20He who testifies to these things says, “Surely I am coming quickly.”

Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus!

21The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.

14 Considering the timeframe and warnings we are much safer to stick with all things being fulfilled by the end of the Age. 15 There is no better text from scripture than coming from the words of Jesus as to when the end of the Age would occur and that is from Luke 21. 16 Then complete redemption would come though the first century saints were redeemed by a seal of promise through the blood Jesus shed for them from the time at the Cross. 17 Full redemption came after the Great White Throne Judgment which came shortly after the City and Temple were destroyed in AD70.

The Destruction of Jerusalem

Luke 21: 20 “But when you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, then know that its desolation is near. 21 Then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains, let those who are in the midst of her depart, and let not those who are in the country enter her. 22 For these are the days of vengeance, that all things which are written may be fulfilled. 23 But woe to those who are pregnant and to those who are nursing babies in those days! For there will be great distress in the land and wrath upon this people. 24 And they will fall by the edge of the sword, and be led away captive into all nations. And Jerusalem will be trampled by Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.

The Coming of the Son of Man

25 “And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; 26 men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth, for the powers of the heavens will be shaken. 27 Then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. 28 Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near.”

The Tabernacle of David & Thousand Years Conntion

18 There was about a thousand years between King David to Jesus Christ and Jesus was from the root and offspring of King David. 19 It is of my opinion the the 1000 years that John had in mind in Revelation 20 was reflecting back to the amount of years there were between King David to the end of the Age in AD70. 20 The reason is because I don’t think John had the almost thousand years that Adam lived or the thousand cattle God owns on the hill in his mind at the time when he was writing the Book of Revelation. 21 But because the Prophets wrote of the restoration of the Tabernacle of David. 22 A few have thought that David would be resurrected and be their Messiah. 23 I don’t nor does anyone I know believe that David would be the Messiah because it is clear that Jesus was and He was an offspring from David. 24 However I do believe King David was part of the first resurrection of the dead mentioned in:

 Matthew 27: 50 And Jesus cried out again with a loud voice, and yielded up His spirit.

51 Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, 52 and the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised; 53 and coming out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared to many.

 25 So David would have been there for the so-called 1000 years which was more like the 40 years that the Church reigned with Christ during the transitional period from Pentecost AD33 to AD70 the end of the Age when the Temple and city were destroyed. 

So to sum that up it would look like this: 

26 What makes sense is that the first resurrection took place in Matthew 27: 50-53 when the thousands years John spoke of in Revelation 20 was really pointing to the Tabernacle of David being restored for the first century Church so that the fullness of the Gentiles could come in up to the end of the Age. 27 Then the Great White Thrown Judgment occurred right after the Temple no longer stood and the dead raised and their reigning with Christ for that period of time became transformed into the new Age with the Manifested Sons of God starting off the New Heaven and Earth all which did take place in AD70.

The Thousand Years Reign with Jesus Christ or was it King David..?

28 Here is why some have thought that King David would be King over those in the latter days because of these four scriptures.

Hosea 3:5 Afterward the children of Israel shall return and seek the Lord their God and David their king. They shall fear the Lord and His goodness in the latter days.

Ezekiel 37:24 “David My servant shall be king over them, and they shall all have one shepherd; they shall also walk in My judgments and observe My statutes, and do them.

Jeremiah 30:9 But they shall serve the Lord their God,
And David their king,
Whom I will raise up for them.

Amos 9:

11 “On that day I will raise up
The tabernacle of David, which has fallen down,
And repair its damages;
I will raise up its ruins,
And rebuild it as in the days of old;


That they may possess the remnant of Edom,
And all the Gentiles who are called by My name,”
Says the Lord who does this thing.

29 However it was Jesus Christ who was the Messiah who ruled over the kingdom described in:

 Revelation 20:4 And I saw thrones, and they sat on them, and judgment was committed to them.

30 King David I believe would have been among them who were raised from the dead as Spirited Beings in Matthew 27: 51-53 so he would have had a thrown to sit on and reign with Christ along with the others who were resurrected while the Tabernacle of David was restored during the first century so that the Gentiles could enter into the presence of God and become saved from the second death which was to come in AD70 at the Great White Throne Judgment. 31 The rest of the world from Adam to the Day of Atonement or judgment that were in parts of the world that did not know what was going on had to hope to be classified as sheep instead of goats when the final Judgment came. 

Acts 15: 14 Simon has declared how God at the first visited the Gentiles to take out of them a people for His name. 15 And with this the words of the prophets agree, just as it is written:


‘After this I will return
And will rebuild the tabernacle of David, which has fallen down;
I will rebuild its ruins,
And I will set it up;


So that the rest of mankind may seek the Lord,
Even all the Gentiles who are called by My name,
Says the Lord who does all these things.’

Revelation 20:
And I saw thrones, and they sat on them, and judgment was committed to them.

32 Here is the second half of an article from The Berean Bible Church that says what I want to focus on. If you want to read the whole article just click on the link to it below.

Restoring the Tabernacle of David

Acts 15:13-19

Delivered 08/02/2009

33 What is the Tabernacle of David? There are all kinds of different ideas on what the Tabernacle of David is. 34 There are movements today that call themselves “The Tabernacle of David.” The is a form of worship that comes from these verses called “David worship.” I’m not going to go into all the different ideas, it would take weeks.

35 Historically, the Tabernacle of David was the tent where the ark of God was housed during the latter part of David’s reign. 36 The Ark of the Covenant was originally housed in the Tabernacle of Moses (also called the Tabernacle of the Congregation). 37 In the year 1050 B.C., David brought the Ark to Jerusalem and placed it in a tent, the Tabernacle of David (2 Samuel 6, 1 Chronicles 13-16). 38 The Ark stayed in David’s Tabernacle for 40 years until it was moved into the temple built and dedicated by David’s son Solomon in 1010 B.C. (2 Chronicles 5-7).

39 Thus, the promise of the Tabernacle of David being rebuilt, when properly understood, is seen to refer neither to a continuous line of Jewish kings descended from David, nor to a reconstruction of the Jewish nation, but to the perpetual reign of Jesus in the Church, His holy habitation.

40 The Tabernacle of David, pitched in “Zion,” the city of David, became the dwelling place of Yahweh. I see the Tabernacle of David as a prophetic symbol of Yahweh’s dwelling place. 41 Notice what Peter writes:

you also, as living stones, are being built up as a spiritual house for a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 6 For this is contained in Scripture: “BEHOLD I LAY IN ZION A CHOICE STONE, A PRECIOUS CORNER stone, AND HE WHO BELIEVES IN HIM SHALL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.” (1 Peter 2:5-6 NASB)

42 Peter’s citation from Isaiah establishes two very important facts: first, that God’s eternal habitation was being built, not in the natural world, but in the spiritual world; and second, that the “Zion” of prophecy, which God has chosen as the place of His eternal abode, is the heavenly Zion, to which we “are come” (Heb. 12:22). 43 These two facts help us in interpreting Acts 15:16. 44 The tabernacle that David built for the ark was in Zion, the city of David; and the name “Zion” designates a spiritual locality, the place of God’s eternal dwelling, thus it would naturally follow that the expression “Tabernacle of David” has also a spiritual meaning.

44 The “Tabernacle of David,” spoken of by Amos, is used as a prophetic symbol of that “habitation of God”:

having been built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus Himself being the corner stone, 21 in whom the whole building, being fitted together is growing into a holy temple in the Lord; 22 in whom you also are being built together into a dwelling of God in the Spirit. (Ephesians 2:20-22 NASB)

45 God’s chief purpose in saving the Gentiles is that He may use them as “living stones,” in the building of that “spiritual house” which is His dwelling place.

46 The non-Dispensational understanding of this text in Acts 15, is that James was saying that the Messianic Kingdom had come, and Amos’ prediction was completely fulfilled. Progressive Dispensationalists believe he meant that the first stage of the Messianic Kingdom had come, and that Amos’ prediction was partially fulfilled. 47 Normative Dispensationalists view the Messianic Kingdom as entirely future.

48 John MacArthur writes, “This is a millennial prophecy, There’s no question about the fact that this is talking about the future kingdom.49 ” Really? How does what happens in the future prove what James is saying?

50 Most Premillennial commentators interpret it to refer to the Second Coming of Christ and the future restoration of David’s throne, followed by worldwide witness to the Gentiles in the millennium. 51 But it seems to me that James is using the quote from Amos to refer to what God was doing in the present, not to what He would do in the future.

52 When Amos gave the prophecy, it was talking about a future time, but when James quotes it, he does so to say that it is being fulfilled.

53 This is James argument: The salvation of the Gentiles agrees with what Amos said. 54 What Peter has done, taking the Gospel to the Gentiles is the fulfillment of what Amos said. 55 Amos said that the Tabernacle of David would be restored “in order that” the Gentiles may seek after God. 56 The Gentiles were now being saved. 57 So what does that tell you about the Tabernacle of David? 58 It was at that time being restored. 59 The Gentiles could not call on God until the remnant, Amos 5:3, was being brought in. 60 The Gentiles could not be saved until the Tabernacle of David was restored. 61 Since the Gentiles were being saved, the Tabernacle of David was being restored. 62 This passage speaks of the restoration of Israel.

63 Keep in mind that the Jerusalem Conference was occupied–not with some future work of God, but–with what He had at that very time begun to do. 64 For His visitation of the Gentiles, beginning through Peter at the house of Cornelius and continuing through Paul and Barnabas in various places in Asia Minor, was the subject, and the only subject, so far as the record discloses, that was considered at that Conference.

65 Of all the things which Dispensationalism teaches, the fundamental teaching of the system is that there is a distinction between Israel and the Church. According to Dispensationalism, God has two differing peoples, who each respectively have differing covenant promises, different destinies, and different purposes. 66 Membership in Israel is by natural birth. 67 One enters the Church by supernatural birth. Dispensationalists view Israel and the Church as having distinct eternal destinies. 68 Israel will receive an eternal earthly kingdom, and the Church an eternal heavenly Kingdom. 69 Irrespective of anything else that may be found in the system, if one rejects the Israel/Church distinction, one ceases to be a Dispensationalist.

70 Who was the promise of Amos 9:11, “In that day I will raise up the fallen booth of David” made to? 71 Amos was writing to Israel, the 10 Northern tribes. And yet James is saying that this prophecy is being fulfilled in the Church. 72 I believe that the Bible teaches the essential continuity of Israel and the Church. 73 The elect of all the ages are seen as one people–true Israel, with one Savior, one destiny.

74 This view has been called “replacement theology”–it is said that the Church replaced Israel. 75 But a much better term would be “fulfillment theology”–the promises of God made to Old Covenant Israel are “fulfilled” in the Church of Jesus Christ, which is true Israel. 76 Christianity is the fulfillment of God’s promises to Israel, because we are true Israel.

77 “WHO MAKES THESE THINGS KNOWN FROM OF OLD”–The quote from Amos 9:12 ends with “says the Lord, who does these things.” 78 The rest of the verse is James’ comment.

79 James concludes the quote by affirming that this plan for Gentile salvation is not of human origin and is not new. 80 It has been known by God for ages:

“Declare and set forth your case; Indeed, let them consult together. Who has announced this from of old? Who has long since declared it? Is it not I, the LORD? And there is no other God besides Me, A righteous God and a Savior; There is none except Me. (Isaiah 45:21 NASB)

81 To oppose it with human cultural traditions, even those that appeal to Scripture, is to oppose God’s eternal revelation.

82 All the interpretive problems aside, the bottom line is that James was using Scripture to support Peter’s argument, that salvation for all people, Jew or Gentile, is by God’s grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone. 83 The quote from Amos and James’ concluding comment support what Peter emphasized in verse 7, that the salvation of the Gentiles originated with God, not with man. 84 It was not something that Peter or Paul and Barnabas dreamed up. 85 God purposed to do it from eternity, and He revealed it through His prophets centuries before.

“Therefore it is my judgment that we do not trouble those who are turning to God from among the Gentiles, (Acts 15:19 NASB)

86 As far as James was concerned, the Holy Spirit had spoken to him (and through him to the others) from the Scriptures. And that really decided the matter. 87 It was not a question of coming to agreement but of knowing the divine will. And God had spoken. All else was irrelevant.

88 James decided that Peter, Barnabas, and Paul were correct, and that those of the sect of the Pharisees who believed were wrong. Salvation is by grace alone!

89 We are saved not because of anything we deserved, not because of anything that we did, not because of anything that we are, but because of all that Christ is, and all that He did, which we only believed, and God imputed to us the righteousness of Christ and gave us eternal life.

Below is a comparison of the two Tabernacles pertaining to the order of worship.

Tabernacle of David (New Testament Church)Tabernacle of Moses (Old Testament Church)
Mt. Zion OrderMt. Sinai Order
Singers and Singing-  1 Chronicles 15:16-27None (Mt. Gibeon- a few. I Chronicles 16:37-43
Instruments of Music- I Chronicles 23:5None
Levites Minister before the Ark 1Chronicles 16:37The High Priests only
Recording – 1Chronicles 16:4None
Thanking – 1 Chronicles 16:4None
Praise – 1 Chronicles 16:4None
Psalm Singing – 1 Chronicles 16:4,36None (Psalm 90 Only)
Rejoicing and Joy –1 Chronicles 16:10, 27Commanded
Clapping – Psalms 467:1None
Shouting – 1 Chronicles 15:29None except Jericho, Joshua 6
Dancing – 1 Chronicles 15:29,Psalms 149:3None except Exodus 15:20
Lifting up hands – Psalms 134None
Worship *Access *Bowing -1 Chronicles 16:10Worship from afar
Seeking the Lord-1Chronicles 16:10-11Sought the Tabernacle
Spiritual Sacrifices –Psalms 27:6, 116:36Animal sacrifices
Amen (in blessing) –1 Chronicles 16:36Amen (To Curse) Duet. 27:15-26

This table reflects a comparison of the articles of the two tabernacles:

Tabernacle   of Moses( Mt. Gibeon)Tabernacle   of David (Mt. Zion)
Outer Court & FurnishingsNo outer court & furniture
Holy place & furnitureNo Holy places & furniture
Empty Holiest of AllTabernacle   of Holiest of All to here
A veil – no accessNo veil – access available to all
No Ark of GodThe Ark of the Lord
Daily animal sacrificesDaily   spiritual sacrifices, no more animal sacrifices after dedication
A company of priestsA transferred company of Priests
Old Mosaic Ministry & OrderNew Davidic Ministry & Order
A few singers and instrumentsA great company & Order of singers and musicians

This section speaks of the comparison of the truths of the two Tabernacles;

Tabernacle of MosesTabernacle   of David
Old covenant of laws and works.Romans 9:32New Covenant of grace and faith. Romans 4:16
Aaronic Priesthood and Levitical Order.Only one tribe being priest. Hebrews 7Melchisedek priesthood, the church order whereall believers are called to be kings and   priests. Hebrews 7:1
Concerned with those who wereonly priestsInvolved David who acted as a king-priestafter the order of Melchisedek Rev. 1:6
Had dedicatory and continualanimal sacrifices was offered.Exodus 29Only had dedicatory animal sacrifices and afterthat only ever spiritual sacrifices of joy,thanksgiving and praise. Ps. 27:1-6
Had an Outer Court, Holy Placeand Most Holy place witha dividing veil. Ex. 26:35-36Had no veil, just the Most Holy Place which signified a transference of theHoliest of all.
Lost the Ark of the Glory afterhaving had it for years1 Sam.1-2-3-4Had the Ark of God’s presence. It becamethe habitation of the Ark until the buildingof the Temple of Solomon. 2 Chronicles 1:4
Had a brazen Alterbut no CovenantHad the Ark of the Covenant but no Alter.This signified a finished work for thepriests ministering therein
Had no seat except the mercyseat to sit upon the Ark whichused to be there.  But, no one
could sit on it.
Had the Ark and the Prophet Isaiahforetells of someone who sits in thethrone in  the Tabernacle of David.
Isaiah 16:5
Had only one high priests and manyother priests, but only the high priests couldgo into the Most Holy place and only once
per year on the day of Atonement   Lev. 16
Had high priests, many priests and the Levites.All had access because the veilwas torn to make it available. Hebrews 10:19-20
Still carried on a sacrificial system eventhough the Tabernacle of David waspitched and functioning in Zion.
2 Chon. 1:1-3
Had only spiritual sacrifices of praise,joy and thanksgiving in Zion. Ps. 27:1-6
Pointed to Mt. Sanai, in Arabia, and ittypifies earthly Jerusalem which is inbondage with her children Gal 4:22-31Points to Mt. Zion that is that whichis in the heavenly Jerusalem, which is freeand the mother of all believers.
Gal 4:22-31, Heb. 12:18-29
Ministry was after the Law and Orderof Moses, the Old CovenantMediator Heb. 3:1-5Ministry was after the Law and orderof David, who was a type of theNew Covenant   Mediator, the greater
Son of David, Jesus Christ. Heb. 12:22-24
Had Moses as prophet, priestand king as its builderand founderHad David as prophet, priest andking and its builder and founder1 Chron. 15-16
Had no ministry of singers, musicalinstruments, psalms, or songs ofpraise within its walls. All was silent
order and old form of worship
Had the ministry of singers, musical instruments,Psalms, hymns and spiritual   songs ofpraise within the tent. There was a new
order and a continual sound   of worship. Psalms 134;1 Chron. 16
Was especially for the onechosen nation, IsraelIs opened for the coming in of all nations,both Jew and Gentile, circumcised oruncircumcised. Eph.2:11-22
Was a typical representation andprophetic symbol of the LawAge or that  arrangement
Before the cross.
Was a typical representation andprophetic symbol of the Church Ageor that  arrangement which
would be after the cross.

May 4th 2022 Addition:

90 Peter was mentioning that King David did not ascended into Heaven and it would cause most to believe that David was not resurrected from the dead along with so many others who were in Matthew 27:51-53. 91 I believe that this verse would have taken place after Matthew 28:2 but after Christ was first risen from the dead because of what it says in:

 Act. 26:23 that the Messiah would suffer and, as the first to rise from the dead, would bring the message of light to his own people and to the Gentiles.”

92 Randy Trout mentioned this because I have never noticed this before though I read it so many times so I took a deeper look into it and here is what was discovered.

Acts 2: 34 “For David did not ascend into the heavens, but he says himself:

‘The Lord said to my Lord, “Sit at My right hand, 35 

Till I make Your enemies Your footstool.”

93 Peter was speaking of somethings David was talking about 1000 years before Christ came and that David said this:

Acts 2:25 For David says concerning Him:

‘I foresaw the Lord always before my face,
For He is at my right hand, that I may not be shaken.


Therefore my heart rejoiced, and my tongue was glad;
Moreover my flesh also will rest in hope.


For You will not leave my soul in Hades,
Nor will You allow Your Holy One to see corruption.


You have made known to me the ways of life;
You will make me full of joy in Your presence.’

94 In the times of King David there was a season of the Arc of the Covenant missing from the Tabernacle of Moses that was taken by one of Israel’s enemies. 95 David recovered it and pitched a three sided tent to it and they were able to worship God in His presence instead the Arc of the Covenant being in behind a vail in the Most Holy Place which represented mankind being separated from God. 96 This is why Peter could have said David had not ascended into Heaven. 97 It would have been in accordance to the thousand years before Peter lived. 98 David also said that God would not leave his soul in Hades where all the other saints who did rise in the first resurrection of the dead in Matthew 27.

99 I believe Peter was so in tune to what was happening in the Upper Room when the Holy Spirit was being outpoured into them that Peter was not thinking that David did arose from the dead and ascended into Heaven and was there when Peter was saying this. 100 And David would have been sitting at the right hand of God until God made David’s enemies his footstool which did happen in AD70 with the coming of the Lord in Glory.

 101 This would connect into Revelation 20 with the saints reigning with Christ. 102 This also all relates is to the Tabernacle of David being restored according to the first century saints, with the Arc of the Covenant also missing after the Babylon captivity around 500BC so that they could be in God presence like they were when David pitched a tent for the Arc of the Covenant:

 Acts 3:20 and that He may send Jesus Christ, who was preached to you before, 21 whom heaven must receive until the times of restoration of all things, which God has spoken by the mouth of all His holy prophets since the world began. 

Acts 15: 14 Simon has declared how God at the first visited the Gentiles to take out of them a people for His name. 15 And with this the words of the prophets agree, just as it is written:


‘After this I will return
And will rebuild the tabernacle of David, which has fallen down;
I will rebuild its ruins,
And I will set it up;


So that the rest of mankind may seek the Lord,
Even all the Gentiles who are called by My name,
Says the Lord who does all these things.’

103 This was the power of Pentecost. 104 What Jesus did before Pentecost as in being sent to Israel only for their salvation, His Church would go out into the world to preach salvation until the end of the Age to the whole world. 105 Then a New Heaven and Earth was created in the Spiritual realm with All Things Made New in AD70. 106 The old Age of Heaven & Earth passed away like Jesus said it would when He was speaking of what would be the sign of His coming, and of the end of the age.

Matthew 24:34 Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place. 35 Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will by no means pass away.

104 During the forty years in the wilderness they had the Tabernacle of Moses. 105 During the forty years of the Millennium Generation of the first century Church they had the Tabernacle of David restored to them. 106 We see the sign of beginning at the cross for what Pentecost needed to further the Gospel to all nations with the veil being torn in:

Matthew 27:51 Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split.


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