God has openly declared that His house shall be called a House of Prayer for all nations (Isaiah 56:7) – not just for the Jews but also the peoples of the earth.

King David understood the heart of God. And God called him “a man after My own heart who will do all My will” (Acts 13:22). Before the first Temple was built by King Solomon, the son of David, King David brought back the Ark of the Covenant and placed it inside a simple tent. This was later called the Tabernacle of David, a dwelling place of God.

There in the Tabernacle of David, 288 prophetic singers and 4000 skilled musicians were appointed and scheduled to minister before the Lord day and night 24/7, worshipping and praying without ceasing. While David was alive, his love and zeal for the Lord kept this House of Prayer alive and full of life.

However as the years went by, people forsook this Davidic order of prayer and worship, and soon they forgot all about it and replaced it with other mundane things in life.

God didn’t want to see His house in ruins. Thus He said in Amos 9:11-12 “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.

God is now raising up and restoring the Tabernacle of David, repairing its damages and raising up its ruins. We are now seeing the fulfilment of God’s Word as many Houses of Prayer are birthing forth and operating by the power of the Holy Spirit in many nations including Israel!

This is our desire to establish Houses of Prayer where the fire on the altar shall never go out in all the nations before God day and night.