the Torah that at Mount Sinai and it is the Torah that defines the status of the proselytes around the nucleus. The next major act of both Israelites and proselytes together was to begin building the Tabernacle. Without going into a long detailed study, which clearly demonstrates the above design of nucleus plus the other rings of levels, suffice it to say that the Lord showed Moses the exact pattern of how to build the Tabernacle. This three-partitioned sanctuary is representative of three concentric rings around the throne, which causes the inward and upward flow towards God. The Temple of Solomon also possessed the same three "rings," which together he pronounced to be "a House of Prayer for all nations" [goyim] (Isaiah 56:7).
The three partitions of the Tabernacles consisted of the inner sanctuary where the presence of the Lord dwelt. The first area or ring outside the inner sanctuary was the priestly sacrificial level. The second area or ring was the Israelite or Jewish area, followed by a third area, the porch or the court of the Gentiles.
All nations did indeed flow inward and upward to that House of God. For example, during the exile, in the reign of the Medo-Persian king Ahasverus, after Mordecai defeats Haman, multitudes of Gentiles flock to become Jews in all of the 127 provinces of the kingdom.3 Many other examples can be found in the Bible.
THE WORK OF THE PROPHETS
All of the prophets looked forward to the day when all the Gentiles, individuals as well as entire nations, would flow inward and upward to the "designated place" (this is the translation of the Hebrew place