The Heart Of True Third Court Worship


Sun am 25 March 2018 – Kobus Swart

Hebrews 9:2-4; (John 19:30); (Heb. 7:27); (Psalm 100); Romans 12:1-AMP; 1 Peter 2:5-AMP; Hebrews 10:5-AMP; Hebrews 10:8-9-MSG; (Ps. 42:7); John 4:23-26-MSG; (Amos 9:11); (Acts 15:16); Genesis 22:1-14

Consider the tabernacle of Moses – the significance, the symbolism and the types and shadows. In it, you will find your own spiritual […]

By |Mar 25th, 2018|THE WORD, Worship|0 Comments

The Altar Of Incense: Activating Worship And Prayer

We needed to activate worship and prayer on a deeper level. To grasp what the altar of incense reveals concerning worship and prayer we need to understand the tabernacle of Moses, and how this was a shadow of Christ and of the Church. Col. 2:16-17 - Therefore do not let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink, or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath day. These are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality, however, is found in Christ.
By |Apr 10th, 2016|Other Speakers, Prayer, Worship|0 Comments

Worship In Spirit And Truth

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Sun 7th February 2016 – Kobus Swart

Heb. 9:8-9 (Amplified); (2 Sam. 6:1-11); Ps. 137:1-4;
John 4:21-23; Col. 3:16; 2 Sam. 23:1-2; (Ps. 109:4);
John 14:23; Isa. 66:1-2; Rev. 19:1-6

In Hebrews 9 the Tabernacle of Moses is described with one or two significant differences from the Old Testament. The tabernacle of Moses had three courts: the outer court where all the sin sacrifices took place; the Holy Place with the lamp stand, the table of shew bread and the altar of incense and in the Holy of Holies, the Ark of the Covenant and what it means. Our personal history and journey with God as we migrate or advance from the outer court to spiritual maturity. In Hebrews 9 there is no mention of the outer court; the reason is very simple: Jesus came as the once for all sacrifice. […]

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Restoring The Altar of Third Court Worship

(Worship in spirit and in truth)

Series: Worship

Sun am 6 June 2010 – Kobus Swart

Gen. 22:3-6; (1 Kings 13:24); (Psalms 137:4); Psalm 29:1-2; Rev. 14:2; John 4:3-24;

(2 Chronicles 15:8-9); Exodus 20:24-26

On the third day Abraham raised his eyes and saw the place from a distance. Abraham said to his young men, “Stay here with the donkey, and I and the lad will go over there; and we will worship and return to you.” (Gen 22:4-5). Abraham had just been given the command to kill the manifestation of the promise. Isaac was God’s fulfilment of a promise that was spoken into barrenness. For three days Abraham and Isaac must have walked with thoughts churning on the inside. Walking together as a unit. Perhaps a process of dying?

“…and we will worship and return to you.” Two powerful principles are combined – worship and faith. This was an expression of active faith, believing in the God who promised. […]

By |Jun 6th, 2010|Worship|0 Comments

In His Presence – A Timeless Zone


(Migrating towards Third Court Worship)

Series: Worship

Sun am 13 December 2009 – Kobus Swart

Ps. 137:1-9; Ezra 1:5; 2 Cor. 3:6-18

In the history of Israel, Egypt represents being in harsh slavery in a foreign land under a foreign king. Being an unregenerate sinner is to be in slavery in the kingdom of darkness. The born again experience is being delivered from that kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of His beloved Son.

There’s another experience Israel had after coming out of Egypt. Many years later they were taken captive again – […]

By |Dec 13th, 2009|Worship|0 Comments