“Watch” is a term that is derived from various parts of the Bible where watchmen would divide the day into periods and keep watch. Upon the approach of an enemy, they would sound a warning much like soldiers or security guards do today.
In our community, we consider a watch is a two-hour time period in which a team or individual comes and engages in worship and prayer.
It is our desire to run a House of Prayer with 24 hour live watches in the form of the Tabernacle of David. Until such time as the Lord fills the house, we do use pre-recorded music to “stand in the gap.”
There are many ways to be involved in worship and prayer watches.
The goal for this prayer format is to receive through prophetic revelation the intercession themes from the Holy Spirit. The prayers of the Apostles in Scripture are used as guidelines for outward intercession to the nations of the world. This revelation marries the apostolic and the prophetic to accomplish God’s work in the world.
This prayer format is designed as a way to ingest scripture and learn theology as a sort of singing seminary. The passages are usually sung through in large portions, instead of focusing on a theme as in ‘apostolic/prophetic intercession’ or ‘bridal intimacy worship’. The worship teams will discover new passages that they will enjoy singing many times in the future.
Occasional classes, staff meetings, and teachings will be offered.
(Deliverance will be offered by appointment as well).