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Episode: “Psalms 120 & 121”
From the UN headquarters in Jerusalem and nearby Ein Prat, Jeff reminds us that King David had to deal with deceitful enemies and times of distress but realized that his sure source of help was the Lord.
Series: “Psalms of Ascent (2018)”
In this eight-part television series, Jeff and Sandra examine Psalms 120 to 134, which are known as the “Psalms of Ascent.” While these psalms may have been sung by ancient Jews going up to the Temple in Jerusalem, they are surprisingly appropriate and timely for Believers today. Eitan Shishkoff from Haifa and the music of Marty Goetz are also featured.

Caption transcript for Psalms of Ascent (2018): “Psalms 120 & 121” (1/8)

  • 00:05 Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved,
  • 00:11 for there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek,
  • 00:14 for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon Him.
  • 00:38 Hi friends, I'm David Hart.
  • 00:39 Welcome to Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 00:41 And I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 00:42 Welcome to "Psalms of Ascent",
  • 00:45 Our Series taught by Dr. Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:48 This Series first aired in the summer of 2010.
  • 00:52 The Psalms of Ascent are Psalms 120 thru 134,
  • 00:56 that were sung or spoken by Israelites as they
  • 00:59 went up to the Temple in Jerusalem.
  • 01:02 We're excited in this Series to have with us,
  • 01:04 Eitan Shishkoff, Chaim Malespin is our good friend.
  • 01:08 We have a brand new Hebrew Teacher.
  • 01:10 Her name is Sarah Liberman.
  • 01:12 She's great and we can't wait for you to meet her.
  • 01:14 Also, Marty Goetz will be bringing
  • 01:16 some great music in this whole Series.
  • 01:19 Now let's open our Bibles or your laptop to Psalm 120.
  • 01:23 It's only 7 verses long.
  • 01:25 And the question today is how do you deal with slander?
  • 01:28 But first, let's go to our dramatic re-enactment in Israel.
  • 01:33 King David had been here before.
  • 01:36 More than once they had come to the table
  • 01:39 extending pleasantries and speaking of peace.
  • 01:43 Yet they did so with lying lips and deceitful tongues.
  • 01:48 Would this evening be any different?
  • 01:51 Could this exchange bring peace among the nations?
  • 01:55 "My soul hath long dwelt with him that hated peace."
  • 02:00 "I am for peace...."
  • 02:03 "but when I speak..."
  • 02:05 "they are for war!"
  • 02:10 The psalmist says in [chapter] 120, verse 7,
  • 02:14 (speaking Hebrew) "I am for peace"
  • 02:18 (speaking Hebrew) "but when I speak"
  • 02:22 (speaking Hebrew) "they are for war."
  • 02:28 Isn't it tragic in human affairs
  • 02:31 that individuals can be sincere on the one hand
  • 02:34 only to have to contend with individuals
  • 02:38 that are disingenuous on the other?
  • 02:40 They lack candor.
  • 02:42 They're not forthright.
  • 02:43 They're deceitful.
  • 02:44 There's all kinds of machinations.
  • 02:47 Some call it the world of politics where people are forever posturing.
  • 02:53 But what is the truth?
  • 02:55 Who knows?
  • 02:56 In fact, sometimes in political conversation truth is the first casualty.
  • 03:01 I'm speaking to you from Israel now, not just any place, it's a hill.
  • 03:06 It's not just any hill, but oddly it's called "The Hill of Evil Counsel".
  • 03:13 At one level it's so fitting because behind me placed atop this hill,
  • 03:18 if you can imagine that,
  • 03:19 is the regional headquarters for the United Nations.
  • 03:25 And if ever there was a place
  • 03:27 where there's political jockeying going on
  • 03:30 it is there.
  • 03:32 In fact, it's rather tragic it seems to me.
  • 03:35 The U.N. started off as a great idea.
  • 03:38 "Let's all get together and work out our problems and make love and not war".
  • 03:43 It makes good sense.
  • 03:44 But it's one of those cases where the reality doesn't quite live up to the ideal
  • 03:50 and the reason is because the United Nations,
  • 03:53 sometimes disparagingly called "The United Nothing",
  • 03:56 in so many ways is in the hands of people with money and oil
  • 04:00 and the net result is that the Jews always get castigated.
  • 04:05 its interesting, by the way, that this would be the first of the Psalms of Ascent,
  • 04:10 in part because not only is the story of political intrigue and backbiting,
  • 04:15 not only is it true in every generation,
  • 04:18 but here the statement comes on the heels
  • 04:21 of the psalmist saying in verse 5,
  • 04:27 And pray tell...who was Kedar?
  • 04:30 This was the second son of Ishmael.
  • 04:33 And what's meant by the "Tents of Kedar"?
  • 04:35 Well in this context, "Bedouins" particularly.
  • 04:39 It seems to me that this is someone
  • 04:41 that knows what it is to be duped by these people,
  • 04:43 and we're going back thousands of years.
  • 04:46 And goodness it could be said,
  • 04:48 things just don't change.
  • 04:50 its distressing!
  • 04:52 Well, talk about distressing,
  • 04:54 the Psalmist starts off with that very word.
  • 04:56 It says,
  • 04:57 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 04:58 "the song of ascents"
  • 05:00 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 05:01 "to the lord"
  • 05:03 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 05:05 "in my distress I called on the Lord"
  • 05:10 "In my distress"
  • 05:11 It's distressful on the one hand,
  • 05:13 striking...disturbing.
  • 05:16 I'd never in my life had a problem with depression
  • 05:18 but frankly when I contemplate
  • 05:20 the way the Jews are forever castigated in the United Nations,
  • 05:24 I'll tell you, it is rather depressing because it's unreal.
  • 05:28 While it's true that we have our "Bernie Madoffs",
  • 05:31 we have our scoundrels,
  • 05:33 we deal with them.
  • 05:34 There are Israeli politicians that go bad.
  • 05:36 We deal with it.
  • 05:38 The courts are open and they get drug to and through the courts.
  • 05:41 But on the whole the truth is that
  • 05:43 the Jews are a good lot and Israel is a great State.
  • 05:46 We're surrounded by shenanigans,
  • 05:48 and that is so true today.
  • 05:49 The world around here has come ablaze.
  • 05:52 There's cascading unrest in Libya,
  • 05:56 certainly in Yemen, Bahrain,
  • 05:58 all the countries round about Jordan, Syria, Egypt, Tunisia,
  • 06:03 everywhere round about,
  • 06:05 has nothing to do with Jews,
  • 06:07 has nothing to do with Israel.
  • 06:09 it has everything to do with people being oppressed by wicked oppressors,
  • 06:14 Islamic lords, kings, generals,
  • 06:18 people that came to power marginalize others and abuse their own.
  • 06:22 What they all have in common, however, is a disdain for the Jew...
  • 06:27 the willingness to make Israel the world's problem,
  • 06:30 in part to deflect from their own misdeeds.
  • 06:34 And it is so very deceitful the way this plays out politically.
  • 06:38 Whatever Israel does in the United Nations there's a block of Arab countries
  • 06:43 that automatically votes against it whether there's any wrong done or not.
  • 06:47 And beyond that there's fifty or sixty countries in tow that have oil agreements,
  • 06:52 and others, with these Arab countries
  • 06:54 that are just going to go wherever they go.
  • 06:56 The net result is that whatever Jews do we're castigated here.
  • 07:00 And the problem is the facade is
  • 07:02 it holds out the ideal of being liberal,
  • 07:05 honest and earnest seeking world peace.
  • 07:07 But truth be known its fallen prey to malicious intentions.
  • 07:12 And that is what invokes the ire of this Psalmist.
  • 07:15 And he says in verse 2
  • 07:17 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 07:19 "O Lord"
  • 07:20 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 07:21 "deliver my soul"
  • 07:23 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 07:24 "from lying lips"
  • 07:26 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 07:28 "from a tongue"
  • 07:29 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 07:30 "that's deceitful"
  • 07:33 Well to be sure this has political ramifications in the world that we live in
  • 07:38 today and it had political ramifications yesterday.
  • 07:42 It has personal applications too.
  • 07:45 The psalmist here is writing a song that beckons individuals or
  • 07:49 that speaks to individuals that are beckoned out of various places
  • 07:53 to come to Jerusalem and worship.
  • 07:55 They want to come to a safe harbor.
  • 07:57 In a world that's precarious outside
  • 07:59 they want to come to Jerusalem
  • 08:01 to God's Holy Hill and God's Holy House
  • 08:03 and seek Him there for the troubles of the day,
  • 08:05 and so they pray.
  • 08:07 And we do well to stand with them as they want to stand against decay,
  • 08:11 deceit and deal with the attendant despair that's all about Israel as
  • 08:16 individuals are looking to carve out space here in the ancestral homeland.
  • 08:23 Our Resource this week is the Series
  • 08:25 "Called Together, Jew and Gentile One in Messiah"
  • 08:29 on DVD
  • 08:31 David and Kirsten Hart present the teachings of Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 08:35 These 8 programs show how both sides of the body of Messiah
  • 08:39 are grafted together.
  • 08:41 We also have interviews,
  • 08:42 location reports,
  • 08:44 Hebrew Lessons
  • 08:45 and Music.
  • 08:47 When you contact us ask for
  • 08:49 "Called Together" on DVD
  • 09:02Sha'alu shalom Yerushalayim
  • 09:06Sha'a'lu , sha'alu shalom
  • 09:10 ♪ In the holy city of Jerusalem ♪
  • 09:17 ♪ We will pray for peace, Sha'a'lu shalom
  • 09:30 We invite you
  • 09:31 to see the Land of King David
  • 09:34 who wrote the Psalms of Ascent,
  • 09:36 the Holy Land for yourself.
  • 09:38 We go two times a year,
  • 09:40 in the Spring and in the Fall.
  • 09:41 And in the Fall you can add on
  • 09:43 a Land Tour of Greece
  • 09:45 and a Tour of the Greek Islands,
  • 09:47 Go to our website:
  • 09:49 Click on the Tour Page for more information.
  • 09:52 We're going back to our
  • 09:54 dramatic re-enactment,
  • 09:55 and then, Dr. Jeffrey Seif
  • 09:57 will finish up our lesson for the day.
  • 10:00 "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from which cometh my help".
  • 10:05 "My help cometh from the Lord which made heaven and earth".
  • 10:09 "He will not suffer thy foot to be moved".
  • 10:12 "He that keepeth thee will not slumber",
  • 10:15 "behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep".
  • 10:20 "The sun shall not smite thee by day nor the moon by night".
  • 10:25 "The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in"
  • 10:28 "from this time forth and even forevermore".
  • 10:39 In Psalm 121, one of the more famous of these Songs of Ascent,
  • 10:44 songs that were sung along the way.
  • 10:47 We have an interesting expression in [chapter] 121, verse 3.
  • 10:51 He says, and I quote,
  • 10:52 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 10:56 "He will not let your foot be moved"
  • 10:59 And as I move about this terrain that's not all together comfortable
  • 11:04 I can't help but think of individuals that would
  • 11:07 make their way through life in a very precarious way.
  • 11:10 I think of animals that would traverse the hills
  • 11:12 that need to be very sure footed.
  • 11:14 And in this Psalm the Psalmist speaks to God being not just
  • 11:18 the wind beneath our wings, to hark to a popular song,
  • 11:22 but God Himself being the one that
  • 11:25 helps us to be sure footed.
  • 11:27 I want to explore this Psalm with you in the interest of helping you
  • 11:31 to be more sure footed as you make your journey through life.
  • 11:34 and so if you would please, open up your Bible to Psalm [chapter] 121.
  • 11:39 I want to read it in my version and unpack it.
  • 11:42 You go ahead and read it in yours.
  • 11:44 its says in Hebrew,
  • 11:46 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 11:50 "I will lift up my eyes to the hills" or "to the mountains".
  • 11:54 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 11:58 "From whence does my help come?"
  • 12:01 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 12:04 "My help comes from the Lord"
  • 12:06 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 12:09 "who made the heavens and the earth"
  • 12:12 Is this sounding familiar to you?
  • 12:15 You read in the opening in Genesis,
  • 12:17 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 12:19 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth".
  • 12:22 And that Creator-God is a helper.
  • 12:24 And this Psalmist says that he lifts his eyes to the Lord, to the hills,
  • 12:29 to get in touch with the Lord, to in affect be his helper.
  • 12:33 he says,
  • 12:34 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 12:37 "He will not let your foot be moved"
  • 12:40 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 12:43 and that "He who keeps you will not slumber"
  • 12:47 (speaking Hebrew)
  • 12:52 Behold He that keeps Israel will neither slumber nor sleep".
  • 12:58 What a promise!
  • 13:01 Now when we open up the Psalms we're going back thousands of years and
  • 13:05 many of us may not conceptually think in terms of "looking to the hills"
  • 13:10 to see help come from the Lord from those hills.
  • 13:14 And the reason why is because
  • 13:16 we're not ancient Israelites who were beholding to space.
  • 13:20 The reason why I say that is in the Torah, in the Scripture,
  • 13:23 in no uncertain terms there was a place that
  • 13:26 God would make his Name to dwell, His Glory to dwell,
  • 13:30 and the Israelites were beckoned not to search for God everywhere
  • 13:34 but to go there to a place called "Jerusalem".
  • 13:38 And here the compliant are dutifully making their way there with a song
  • 13:43 where they give voice to "lifting up their eyes to the hills"
  • 13:45 looking to find God there.
  • 13:48 And let me tell you as someone who has led pilgrims to Israel for years,
  • 13:55 a thing that fascinates me is
  • 13:57 the experience that pilgrims have when they make their way to Jerusalem.
  • 14:02 People come, you'll see on this program,
  • 14:04 and advertise if you want to come to Israel come with us
  • 14:07 and people have been taking us up on the offer for years.
  • 14:09 And they'll always ask me,
  • 14:11 "Well you know Jeff what's your favorite site in the Holy Land?"
  • 14:14 quite frankly having seen a lot of the stones before,
  • 14:17 one of my favorite sites is to look at
  • 14:20 the faces of pilgrims who make their way to Jerusalem.
  • 14:23 And why is that?
  • 14:25 Well on the one hand many with me construe the fact
  • 14:27 there is a Jewish presence in Israel...
  • 14:30 fulfills Bible prophecy...
  • 14:31 there's a sense in which they're walking
  • 14:33 into a world that's unfolding according to a Biblical plan.
  • 14:37 Beyond that there's the sense of walking in the footsteps Jesus.
  • 14:40 Beyond that there's a sense especially when
  • 14:43 they touch the stones there at the Western Wall.
  • 14:45 There's a sense in which they walk back into history and
  • 14:48 at some level experience
  • 14:50 what the Psalmist is singing about here
  • 14:53 as he gives voice to
  • 14:54 lifting up his eyes to the hills to find help from God.
  • 14:59 Oh, many have looked to the Psalms to find Him,
  • 15:01 especially in times of distress.
  • 15:04 And as I unpack it to you here from a place not far from Jerusalem,
  • 15:10 I am coming to you in proximity into
  • 15:12 a place called "Anathoth" where Jeremiah faired from.
  • 15:15 It was a priestly city and the religious would leave
  • 15:18 their stations in their various towns and cities
  • 15:20 and they would make their way to Jerusalem as a pilgrim.
  • 15:23 They'd go on a pilgrimage and it's my hope that you
  • 15:27 through experiencing this series will similarly be minded,
  • 15:30 if not to make it to Jerusalem,
  • 15:32 at least to lift up your eyes to the hills and find Jehovah God there.
  • 15:37 and why should you do that?
  • 15:38 Because like the psalmist you will find that your help will come
  • 15:42 from the Lord who made heaven and earth.
  • 15:48 It is been 8 years since "Psalms of Ascent" first aired,
  • 15:51 and not a whole lot has changed since then.
  • 15:54 We need to stand behind Israel, as it is defamed.
  • 15:58 Chaim Malespin is the man beyond the headlines.
  • 16:01 Let's go to him with his perspective
  • 16:04 on what's happening in Israel right now.
  • 16:11 Hey guys, Chaim Malespin here.
  • 16:13 Let me give you a headline.
  • 16:15 Quiet day by the Jordan River,
  • 16:17 peaceful day,
  • 16:18 listening to a little bit of blues.
  • 16:20 You know, that doesn't make headlines.
  • 16:22 If it bleeds it reads.
  • 16:24 And I'm tired of fake news too.
  • 16:26 Yes, frankly we need to be seeing more of
  • 16:29 Israel having picnics,
  • 16:31 helping with the Syrian crisis.
  • 16:34 A friend of mine just went there to Syria
  • 16:35 to help with the young people who are at risk there,
  • 16:38 who are in great need.
  • 16:40 You know?,
  • 16:41 the medical breakthroughs,
  • 16:42 the technological breakthroughs,
  • 16:43 the agricultural breakthroughs,
  • 16:44 the water, innovation that Israel is doing
  • 16:47 which is blessing the world.
  • 16:48 Truth be told,
  • 16:50 Israel is a great, peaceful place to come.
  • 16:52 I don't want to hear anymore people saying "What does Israel have"?
  • 16:55 Bombs...Guns?
  • 16:56 No, let me tell you what they have.
  • 16:57 Prophecy being fulfilled and God's love being poured out.
  • 17:01 Come on! Come visit!
  • 17:03 See for yourself!
  • 17:04 And bear testimony to your Church or Congregation, your Community
  • 17:07 that it is just amazing and beautiful here!
  • 17:18 Our Resource this week is the Series
  • 17:20 "Called Together, Jew and Gentile One in Messiah"
  • 17:24 on DVD
  • 17:26 David and Kirsten Hart present the teachings of Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 17:30 These 8 programs show how both sides of the body of Messiah
  • 17:34 are grafted together.
  • 17:36 We also have interviews,
  • 17:38 location reports,
  • 17:39 Hebrew Lessons
  • 17:40 and Music.
  • 17:42 When you contact us ask for
  • 17:44 "Called Together" on DVD
  • 17:48 Called "Psalms of Ascent"
  • 17:50 "Ascent" comes from the word meaning "to go up".
  • 17:53 "Transcend" means "to cross over and go up".
  • 17:57 Help us to cross coast to coast.
  • 18:00 Television isn't cheap.
  • 18:01 We don't want to just ascend,
  • 18:03 we want to transcend.
  • 18:04 We've got a great message.
  • 18:06 We need your help in telling it.
  • 18:08 Please be gracious and make a kind donation to Zola Levitt Ministries.
  • 18:22 Thank you for your financial support of this ministry.
  • 18:25 As we continue to spread the word of
  • 18:27 the importance of always supporting Israel.
  • 18:31 We hope you are enjoying
  • 18:32 learning the Hebrew language as much as we are.
  • 18:35 Today we will learn another Hebrew name for "God".
  • 18:38 Here's Sarah.
  • 18:45 Shalom Havarim
  • 18:47 We're here in the City of Jerusalem
  • 18:49 talking about the Names of God,
  • 18:51 and one of the Names that King David mentions
  • 18:53 in Psalm 90 is Adonai Mahon ,
  • 18:56 which means "my dwelling place"
  • 18:59 " Mahon " is "the place where I live",
  • 19:01 or "the place where I dwell".
  • 19:03 And so when we worship, when we pray,
  • 19:06 it's a beautiful thing to use
  • 19:08 the Name " Adonai Mahon "
  • 19:10 God, you are my dwelling place.
  • 19:12 And here in Jerusalem
  • 19:14 is a place where God chose to
  • 19:16 bring His presence,
  • 19:18 to dwell in the midst of Israel.
  • 19:20 In Psalm 24 King David says
  • 19:22 that God dwells in the midst of
  • 19:24 the praises of Israel.
  • 19:26 So as you worship and as you pray
  • 19:28 you can use this Name,
  • 19:30 and adore God and thank Him
  • 19:32 that He is our "dwelling place"
  • 19:34 " Adonai Mahon "
  • 19:37 Sarah's great isn't she?
  • 19:39 I love her spirit and her teaching.
  • 19:41 It's great energy.
  • 19:42 Shall we try it?
  • 19:43 So it's " Adonai Mahon "
  • 19:47 And " Mahon " means dwelling place.
  • 19:49 I like that He is our dwelling place.
  • 19:52 Thank you Sarah.
  • 19:54 Now let's go back to Israel,
  • 19:55 but this time up to Haifa
  • 19:57 with our good friend Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 20:04 Shalom, I'm Eitan Shishkoff
  • 20:06 of Tents of Mercy in Israel.
  • 20:09 We're actually sitting in my office in Kiryat Yam
  • 20:12 which is right next to the Haifa Bay.
  • 20:16 I want to talk about the miracle of Israel's restoration
  • 20:20 and the fact that in the changing and uncertain times that we're in,
  • 20:26 there are some things that are of great encouragement,
  • 20:29 namely the fact that God fulfilled His promise to have mercy on His people,
  • 20:34 on His scattered Jewish people that have been scattered
  • 20:40 to the nations for some 18 - 19 centuries
  • 20:44 since the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem.
  • 20:47 And there's a chapter in the book of Jeremiah,
  • 20:49 Chapter 30 in which God speaks about the wounding and the incurable affliction
  • 20:55 that the Jewish people will endure in the Diaspora.
  • 20:59 And we certainly know from history that is the case.
  • 21:02 But then he goes on and gives this verse.
  • 21:12 One day, in prayer, God spoke this very reality to me,
  • 21:16 highlighting the word "Mercy".
  • 21:18 I didn't know this verse was even in the Bible,
  • 21:21 but I felt a download of God's mercy, of His compassion,
  • 21:26 particularly toward our scattered people.
  • 21:28 This was at the same time as the Jewish people were being released from
  • 21:32 the former Soviet Union around 1989.
  • 21:35 And it was a wave of the sense of God's heart of
  • 21:39 bringing His people back,
  • 21:41 of not allowing them to stay, and fulfilling His Word that He would
  • 21:45 restore Israel to be once again a place of flowing milk and honey.
  • 21:51 And certainly He has done that.
  • 21:53 We've seen over a million Jewish people return from the former Soviet Union
  • 21:58 over less than 20 years time.
  • 22:01 This is what God says as well in the Book of Isaiah
  • 22:05 where he says that,
  • 22:07 "You should not say that the Lord has forsaken me",
  • 22:10 "but that He has had mercy on His afflicted".
  • 22:13 "Can a woman forget the child that is nursing at her breast?"
  • 22:18 " No more will I forget you than that woman would forget her child".
  • 22:26 This is an amazing image of Yeshua
  • 22:29 on the Cross of His Crucifixion
  • 22:32 which God here is joining together
  • 22:34 as a way of expressing His love to all of Israel.
  • 22:38 I would like to say that God has performed a miracle
  • 22:43 in bringing His people back to Israel,
  • 22:46 and this is an ultimate expression of His mercy and His compassion.
  • 22:50 You can count on it.
  • 22:53Adonai, Adonai Adonienu
  • 22:58mah adir shimcha B'chol ha'aretz
  • 23:03Adonai, Adonai, Adoneinu
  • 23:08Asher t'nah hodcha Al ha-shamayim
  • 23:24 ♪ When I consider Your heavens ♪
  • 23:28 ♪ the work of Your fingers ♪
  • 23:31 ♪ the moon and the stars which You ordain ♪
  • 23:36 ♪ what is man that You are mindful of him ♪
  • 23:41 ♪ and the son of man that You visit him? ♪
  • 23:51 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 23:58 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 24:03 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 24:10 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 24:18 ♪ And we know that our accuser You can still with the praises of singers, ♪
  • 24:27 ♪ we infants and babes whom you've ordained ♪
  • 24:32 ♪ What is man that You are mindful of him ♪
  • 24:37 ♪ and the son of man that You visit him?
  • 24:47 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 24:54 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 24:58 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 25:06 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 25:13 ♪ Your Holy Name ♪
  • 25:17 ♪ given so freely for us to claim the Name Yeshua ♪
  • 25:26 ♪ You came a little lower than the angels and You humbled Yourself ♪
  • 25:37 ♪ only to be exalted ♪
  • 25:42 ♪ Messiah you're exalted ♪
  • 25:53 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 26:00 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 26:04 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 26:11 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 26:15 ♪ O Lord our Lord, how excellent is Your Name in all of the earth ♪
  • 26:23 ♪ O Lord, how excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 26:27 ♪ How excellent is Your Name ♪
  • 26:30 ♪ How excellent is Your Name ♪♪
  • 26:43 Thank you Marty.
  • 26:45 We are honored to bring you the best Messianic Musicians
  • 26:47 and the best Messianic Teachers.
  • 26:50 Dr. Seif today talked on Psalm 120,
  • 26:53 and I want to read the first verse one more time.
  • 26:55 It says,
  • 27:03 That's our encouraging word for you this week.
  • 27:05 When you call to Him He will be faithful to hear your voice.
  • 27:11 Next week we will continue our Series "Psalms of Ascent".
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Episodes in this series

  1. Psalms 120 & 121
  2. Psalms 122 & 123
  3. Psalms 124 & 125
  4. Psalms 126 & 127
  5. Psalms 128 & 129
  6. Psalms 130 & 131
  7. Psalms 132 & 133
  8. Psalms 134

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