Revelation of the Temple Vision Continued
9. Temple Servants
Areas for Temple Servants (Picture 10)

The entire worship experience in the temple is guided by temple servants, to explain
the will of God and minister to the people.  Temple servants here include priests,
prophets, singers, musicians, dancers, and other professional worshippers.  
Everyone who performs any sort of service in the Temple is referred to as a temple
servant.  Some temple servants live in Jerusalem, serving regularly in the presence
of ADONAI, on rotational schedules (these include the priests and prophets as well
as some professional worshippers).  Others are trained and resourced as temple
servants as they visit Jerusalem from the Nations to lead God’s people in worship.  
Choirs, singers, musicians, dancers, and others are called together from the nations
to offer praises to God.  These professional worshippers are the best among the
Nations, and trained by professional worshippers in Israel to offer acceptable
praises unto ADONAI.  Hence, the professional worshippers who live in Israel serve
regularly and train those who come from the Nations for just a season to worship.  
Worshippers from the Nations must also receive extensive training in the South
Building prior to serving at the Temple.

On either side of the Hall of Repentance, there are hallways for the temple servants
that can only be accessed by those individuals.  The doors to these hallways are
between the sections of booths, but they are not easily seen.  The doors look like
the wall panel and a worshipper would not notice the doors unless they saw
someone going into one.  These doors are always locked, and can only be opened
by temple servants.  The hallways are 70 feet wide each and hold 6 rooms for
priests or prophets, 4 singer/musician rooms and 1 meeting room on each side.  All
of these rooms are approximately 20 square feet, except the meeting rooms, which
are approximately 40 feet by 20 feet.  These rooms are for rest and preparation for
those who serve in the Temple.  The 10 individual rooms on the north side of the
building are for female temple servants.  Similarly, the 10 individual rooms on the
south side of the temple are for male temple servants.  The meeting rooms and
hallways are common areas for male and female temple servants, however.

Through the Temple Servant Hallways, temple servants can access the Northwest
and Southwest Towers (
see Picture 10).  From these Towers, singers and
musicians can access the choir loft on the third level of the Temple, as it connects
Southwest Towers.   Just as the Lions serve as watchtowers for the northeastern
and southeastern half of Jerusalem, so also these Towers serve as watchtowers for
the northwestern and southwestern half of Jerusalem.

Across from the entrance to the Southwest Tower is a Male Temple Servants'
Restroom, and across from the entrance to the Northwest Tower is a Female
Temple Servants' Restroom (
see Picture 10).  If a temple servant continues down
one of these hallways rather than entering a Tower, he or she will come to a narrow
point in the hall leading into another hallway with a door at the end.  This door leads
into an area with the elevator and stairway that will take him or her down to the first
level of the temple.  Just across from the stairs, however, is a door leading into the
[Outer] Sanctuary.  Dancers and worshippers with banners and tambourines may
enter the Sanctuary this way with almost immediate access to the Worship Area.

Past the elevator and stairway are the Male Temple Servants Preparation Room on
the south side of the Temple and the Female Temple Servants Preparation Room
on the north side of the Temple.  These preparation rooms store the holy garments
of the priests and prophets.  They are also places for the priests and prophets to be
cleansed (physically and spiritually) to prepare for service in the Temple.  If you
imagine Messiah Yeshua (Jesus Christ) seated on His throne in the Most Holy Place
and facing worshippers in the Sanctuary, you will notice that the male temple
servants are at His right hand and the female temple servants at His left hand.  
Hence, the male temple servants are on the side of His power, and the female
temple servants are on the side of His heart.  Even in this way, the temple vision
demonstrates for us the way in which A
DONAI (the LORD) desires for us to worship
Him and minister to His people.  We all should come to Him as He created us to be.  
For priests and prophets, it means that we should minister out of our God-ordained
identities:  males ministering in a distinctly masculine way and females ministering in
a distinctly feminine way.  Both are needed:  demonstrations of His power and love.  
This is not to say that males do not minister in love and females do not minister in
power, but it highlights His desire to demonstrate aspects of His character differently
through each of us, as He created us, so that everyone receives all that they need
when being ministered to at the Temple (which is the collective gathering of His
10. The Most Holy Place
The Most Holy Place—Picture 10

Connecting both preparation rooms is the Temple Servants Prayer Room.  In this
room, all priests and prophets come together regularly for prayer and training by
Messiah.  Enclosed between the Temple Servants Prayer Room, the Female and
Male Temple Servants Preparation Rooms, and the [Outer] Sanctuary is the Most
Holy Place [Inner Sanctuary].  There are no doors leading into or out of the Most
Holy Place.  Instead, all of the walls of the Preparation Rooms, Prayer Room and the
[Outer] Sanctuary that touch the Most Holy Place are made of decorated stained
glass.  The stained glass walls are covered with pictures that glorify God and

The Most Holy Place is reserved for Messiah, who is able to travel through the walls
to enter into and exit out of this room.  The stained glass walls cannot be seen from
inside the Most Holy Place, however, because they are paneled and covered with
pure gold.  Pure gold is painted on all of the walls inside the Most Holy Place.  There
are no furnishings in this room.  There is only a funnel-shaped wind cloud, which is
the Spirit of the Living God that continually moves in the center of the Most Holy
Place.  As Messiah desires to commune with the Father and be refreshed after
ministering to God’s people, He retires to this room and is caught up in this cloud of
glory.  A bright light illuminates from this room into the [Outer] Sanctuary.  This light
also shines through the Female and Male Temple Servants Preparation Rooms, as
well as the Temple Servants Prayer Room, so that the glass train of His Robe (as
seen in
Picture 3) shines regularly from the light of Messiah.  The Ark of the
Covenant is not found in this room (Jer. 3:16-17), as it only represents the glory of
DONAI, for the true glory of ADONAI continually rests in this place.
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