Friday, November 2 — Sunday, November 4, 2018
Friday November 2 // 6:00pm-7:30pm // Prayer walk around campus.
Friday November 2 // 7:30pm - 10:30pm // Corporate time of Worship and Prayer during services
Friday November 2, 11:00pm - Sunday November 4, 9:00am // Different times of worship by different coordinators
The praise and worship practices of David's time included numerous musical instruments, singing, chanting, shouting, bowing, standing, lifting of hands, clapping of hands, processions and dancing. There were times of great joy, as well as moments of repentance and introspection.
Davidic worship was often prophetic.(1 Chronicles 25:1; Psalms 46:10, 50:7, 85:8 ), and the singing of new songs (spontaneous songs given by inspiration of the Holy Spirit) was encouraged (Psalms 33:3, 96:1, 149:1). Corporate worship within the tabernacle focused not only on joyfully lifting up the name of Yahweh (Psalm 34:3; 57:5), giving thanks (Psalm 30:4; 35:18), repentance and re-commitment (Psalm 26:2; 139:23 ), but also on inviting the manifest presence of the Most High (1 Kings 8:11; Chronicles 5:14; Psalms 50:2).
The vision of this “Manifested Presence” is to experience worship on earth as it is experienced daily in heaven as described in Revelations 4
Manifested Presence is a worship movement, a prayer movement, and a missions movement. We gather around the worth of Jesus. Our dream is to see a generation galvanized with the glory of Jesus and the presence of God.
The mission is to plant a sustainable furnace of 24-7-365 worship, prayer and supernatural explosive outreach, releasing a sound of indigenous, vertical, creative worship in Bethelites which will continue in their individual lives, their families and the ends of the earth. These meetings are an expression of raw hunger and passion for the presence of God as we fast sleep and cried out to God through the watches of the night.
There is an irrefutable law in history that revival (justice) is released in a measure whenever night and day prayer is offered. When night and day prayer has been offered to God throughout history, God released a breakthrough of his power.
We want our worship to center on experiencing the "manifest presence" of the Lord. The sense of his present reality with his people is expressed through music and the exercise of the charismata or spiritual gifts, especially the "vocal gifts" of prophecy, tongues and interpretation. The Worship service will include a time of singing that builds into extended praise and reaches a point of climax when the "Word of the Lord" comes forth. This moment of the manifestation of God's presence has been compared to the doctrine of the "real presence" of Christ in the Eucharist, in the worship of the liturgical churches