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Restoring the Tabernacle
of David Book Review

 His Radiant Glory by Sharon
Moyer, Las Vegas, Glorybound Publishing, 2011, 186 pages.  Reviewed by Editors of Glorybound Publishing.
ISBN  978-1-60789-274-8. Available
as e-book $4.79 and bound book $19.95 (signed and numbered) at  .

 Author: Sharon received ordination as an Evangelistic Pastor from World Wide Ministries 1992
after graduating from International Seminary accompanied by her husband. As a
founder of His Radiant Glory Ministries; she shares prophetic teaching
and songs. Being a talented singer as well as a dancer, she leads Prophetic
Hebrew Dance Seminars and has a CD presently entitled Midnight Cry.

Genre: Restoring the Tabernacle of David is a Bible teaching on the correlation of the
Tabernacle of Moses and the Tabernacle of David, or the presence of God.

Title: The Tabernacle of Moses refers to the articles of the Covenant given to Moses in
the desert while the Tabernacle of David refers to the presence of God. Because
we are in the age of post ascension of Christ, we have the power of the Holy
Spirit, or the active presence of God living today.

Cover: The cover is a picture of the Tabernacle of Moses, or the Ark of the Covenant with
the presence of God shining upon it.

In Brief: This book written on the Tabernacle of David will bring you, the reader into a
deeper understanding of the difference between the two Tabernacles. The
Tabernacle of Moses refers to the articles of the Covenant given to Moses in
the desert while the Tabernacle of David refers to the presence of God. This
writing is derived and based on the scriptures and the dreams and vision that
the Lord gave Sharon. It is a composite of 12 writings by Sharon Moyer
developed over 5 years encompassing subjects related to the two tabernacles
noting correlations and differences. The preface is by her husband, Robert
Moyer, an accomplished Christian Author and Reverend.

Chapter 1 is ‘Tabernacle of Praise’. The author calls us to open our eyes and ears
and hear what is already going on around us… Look around you and you shall see prophecy
fulfilled in every nation.. The signs of the times are appearing
everywhere…Today we are living in the prophetic promise of Joel 2:28-29. V.28 “And it shall come to
pass afterward that I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh; Your sons and your
daughters shall prophesy, Your old men shall dream dreams, Your young men shall
see visions; V.29 And also on my menservants and on My maidservants I will pour
out My Spirit in those days. She tells us that prophetic praise ushers in the
second coming of Jesus to the earth.
Right away in chapter 1, she reviews the Ark of the Covenant listing
its contents and relationship to the presence of God.

Chapter 2 is ‘Empowered by Praise’. Chapter 2 is focused on the purpose of praise as it
relates to intimacy with God through the Holy Spirit. Sharon gives a glimpse of
what is to follow in the book….Through the
years, I have had to learn to make praise unto God my lifestyle. I will share
some of the situations, I have been through, and how my praise unto God,
brought healing and restoration.
she goes on to relate one experience after another on how praise brought
empowerment by way of healing and miracles. She reports there are three ways to
praise God: Adoration, celebration and spiritual warfare. Then, she goes on to
explain how each differ, yet bring amazing praise to God. She sums up the
chapter with this phrase…. It is evident
that praise produces power

Chapter 3 is ‘True Worship’. The writer
defines true worshipThere is a difference
in praise and worship.  We praise God for
all He has done.  But we worship God for
who He is. He is worthy of our worship. Praise can be taught, but worship
cannot be taught.
Then, Sharon goes
on to give personal examples as well as scriptural examples of true worship…. King Jehoshaphat, was preparing for battle.
He was fasting and praying for direction. The Holy Spirit told him to send
Judah first.  Judah means praise. He sent
his praisers; that includes singers, dancers and musicians, before his army, as
God instructed. It is written in II
Chronicles 20.

Chapter 4 is ‘The Shining of His Countenance’. This chapter is about the radiance of
God’s splendor. Moses saw it as well several of the apostles when Jesus was
transfigured before them…Now after six days Jesus took Peter, James, and John
His brother; led them up on a high mountain by themselves; and He was
transfigured before them.  His face shone
like the sun, and His clothes became white as light.
She says that the key to us being able to see his
splendor today is when we worship….His
glorious countenance is radiant with His splendor as we worship Him with great

Chapter 5 is ‘Praise is the Key to Victory’. Sharon talks about true praise making
mention of a few churches which seem more like a country club than a place to
worship God. It is imperative the Church allow the Holy Spirit to come into
their congregation becauseSigns,
wonders, and miracle healings will only happen as we are filled with the Holy
Spirit, and allow Him to rule and reign in our churches.

Chapter 6 is ‘Favor of the King’. The writer launches right into scripture to prove the
point that it is possible to have favor with God, just like Esther had favor
with Ahasuerus. She mentions Moses
and Jesus as having favor with the King and gives principles to guide the
reader into favor with the King.

Chapter 7 is ‘Dance of the Praising Warrior’. Sharon mentions there are those with
anointing to do prophetic dancing…. The end time dancing warriors are pulling down evil strongholds
of the enemy. They are marching into the enemy’s camp and taking back
everything that has been stolen. The warriors are crushing the devil and the
demons under their feet.
Chapter 7
gives their characteristics, so you can recognize them.

Chapter 8 is ‘Warfare Praise’. This chapter sheds a new light on the subject of praise….Did you know that you can praise your
way out of stress into success? Praise is the key to your victory. It is like a
two-edged sword.  One side of the sword
cuts down the enemy, while the other side, brings healing to your spirit.
Sharon has this anointing and shares with her readers
the details of it.

Chapter 9 is ‘Praise Exhortation’.  This chapter
is filled with testimony of how praise led Sharon to victory.

Chapter 10 is ‘Praise Flows with New Wine’. This chapter is on how the Holy Spirit is
like new wine…What is the new wine of the Holy Spirit? The new wine
is joy unspeakable, in the Holy Spirit. When you are filled with the new wine,
you shine with the joy of the Lord. The joy of the Lord is your strength. A
merry heart does good like a medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones.
This chapter identifies the Holy Spirit as the third
person of the trinity, a teacher, and one who indwells the believer. He can be
called upon for help because his name is ‘helper’.

Chapter 11 is ‘Highest Level of Worship’. Sharon talks openly about the Holy Spirit
within her and her experience…If I had not had the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, I
could have not weathered the storms, I have encountered over the last twenty
Have you ever wondered about
Elijah being taken up in a whirlwind? Sharon explains the event.

Chapter 12 is ‘Enter into the King’s Presence’. This chapter is a plea for individuals
to….Come into the
King’s Chamber. Hear His dynamic voice, like the sound of mighty thundering.
Seek His face and not His hand.  If you
seek His face, you will have favor, with the King.
She describes what is needed to face God (in Spirit)
and prepares the readers for the experience. She ends with …Offer your praise to King Jesus! Come before
His presence with singing. Enter His gates with thanksgiving!  Enter His courts with praise!  The King of Kings is just waiting for you to
come into His Chamber.

In Summary: This book is for those who are serious about their relationship with God and eager
to understand the scriptural basis for restoring the tabernacle of David.
Sharon intricately weaves scripture with principles and testimony to lay out
criteria for praise and entering into the presence of God as a King. 

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