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God says,

Go ye therefore into the highways, and as many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage.  So those servants went out into the highways, and gathered together all as many as they found, both bad and good: and the wedding was furnished with guests.”

Matthew 22:9,10

I am feeling led to begin taking the final feast “on the road”.  I believe it is time to speak God’s Present Testament to those who desire to hear what the Spirit is saying.  After talking with Esther, we have agreed that we should go, as it were to the highways and byways of the world in order to call others to the marriage supper of the Lamb.

The moveable Lovefest

What follows in this series is our vision for a “moveable love feast”.  We envision an updated form of camp meeting where we come into an area, set up, and host the modern equivalent of a love feast.  This party with God, involves music, dancing, food, testimonies, revelation, and fun.

A place to Connect

The over arching theme of this moveable lovefest is a place to connect.  Our aim is to provide a moment in time, a place, and an atmosphere for people to release their spirits to God and connect with each other.  Our aim is to be a facilitator of the Holy Spirit.  Most importantly. those who attend should have a personal encounter  with God.  By that we mean a spiritual experience with God through  us and others who attend.

Testifying of Divine Love by example is what the moveable love feast is all about.  Allowing Jesus to manifest through our eyes, words, and actions, demonstrating His love in ways that conventional church can’t allow.  We, of course do not excuse sin, yet we recognize that the Holy Spirit cannot be bound by tradition.  It is a fundamental principle of Tabernacle Central that God is fully capable of managing His church.  Therefore, whatever our Father desires to do with His people is perfectly ok with us.

Spreading the message of Divine Love

We desire to chronicle these meetings as a way to spread the message of Divine Love.  Through YouTube and other social media venues, we desire to manifest His glory.  Like Pharrell William’s “Happy” song, we hope others will hold their own version of  moveable love feasts too.

“Happy” Tokyo – Pharrell Williams