It took 14 generations with a lot of divine orchestration to fulfill the prophecy that Nathan delivered to David in 2 Samuel 7.
“Your house and your kingdom shall endure before Me forever; your throne shall be established forever.” (2 Samuel 7:1-16, Ref. 1 Chronicles 17:1-15)
David was not allowed to build the temple, but Yahweh told him that he would build a house for him. David was a man of war and had blood on his hands, so he was not qualified to build the temple. Solomon was allowed to build the temple and the house of David, but he was warned about keeping his heart right and being a man of integrity like his father before him. Neither of them was qualified to build the Father’s house because that responsibility was reserved for Yahshua the Messiah. Yahshua said, “I will build My house and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it.” The house that Yahshua is building is his father’s house, and it is made up of sons, brothers, and friends who are being established by covenantal relationship, marriage, and family. The Father and the Son have chosen to tabernacle among us by Holy Spirit, and we all have a place at the table in the Father’s house. We are sons of the same Father and brothers of the same family. We are one or we are none. We are a part of the house that Yahshua is building, or we are displaced, homeless, and destitute. (Ref. Matthew 16:18-19 )
In order to be qualified to be a part of the Father’s house, we have to remember his covenant, walk uprightly and be men and women of integrity. We must be willing to beat our swords into plowshares and work together to build the house that Yahshua has, is, and will continue to build. Working together to build the house the Yahshua has, is, and will continue to build will only come about by understanding that we are the Word incarnate, the embodiment of Messiah, and the glory bringing hope to the worlds in which we live. It will never come about by alienation, isolation, and more religious bigotry. There is no biblical precedent for distinctions, delineations, or divisions of any kind. (Ref. Romans 16:17 – 1 Cor. 1:10 – 1 Cor. 11:18 NASB)