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Episode: “Psalms 122 & 123”
A mantra of this ministry is “Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem” from Psalm 122. This city has had its share of battles, yet it is still central in the hearts of Jews and Christians as we look to the Lord for mercy and ultimate deliverance.
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 122 & 123” (2/8)

  • 00:05 Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved,
  • 00:12 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.
  • 00:39 Hi friends, I'm David Hart.
  • 00:40 Thank you so much for joining us today on Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 00:43 And I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 00:44 We are in out series "Psalms of Ascent" which first aired in 2010
  • 00:49 with Dr. Jeffrey Seif as our main teacher.
  • 00:51 The Psalms of Ascent were Psalms 120 - 134
  • 00:55 that were sung or spoken by those
  • 00:58 going up to the Temple in Jerusalem.
  • 01:00 We will have messages today from
  • 01:02 Eitan Shishkoff, Chaim Malespin,
  • 01:05 our weekly Hebrew Lesson with Sarah Liberman.
  • 01:07 They are all on location in Israel.
  • 01:10 We'll also have a song by Marty Goetz.
  • 01:14 Today, Dr. Seif will be teaching us from Psalm 122 and 123.
  • 01:20 Psalm 122 should sound familiar to our viewers.
  • 01:23 First, let's go to our dramatic re-enactment in Israel.
  • 01:30 "I was glad when they said unto me,"
  • 01:32 "let us go into the House of the LORD."
  • 01:35 "Our feet shall stand within thy Gates O Jerusalem."
  • 01:40 "Jerusalem is built as a city that is compact together."
  • 01:45 "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem."
  • 01:47 "They shall prosper that love thee."
  • 01:50 "Peace be within thy walls and prosperity within thy palaces."
  • 01:55 "For my brethren and companion's sake,"
  • 01:58 I will now say, 'Peace be within thee'."
  • 02:05 "Our feet have been standing within thy Gates O Jerusalem."
  • 02:10 A word uttered in the Psalms way back when,
  • 02:14 words that are uttered in this very day,
  • 02:18 not just by the pilgrim's that frequent this place,
  • 02:21 and by "this place" I mean "Jerusalem"
  • 02:23 where I'm coming to you in front of
  • 02:26 one of the more famous gates...the Zion Gate.
  • 02:30 If you look in those holes in the wall behind me,
  • 02:33 those weren't done by kamikaze pigeons,
  • 02:36 no, there was a battle royal that was engaged in here,
  • 02:43 going back to the Six Day War
  • 02:45 where the Jordanians were very spirited.
  • 02:48 Oh, and the fighting was intense
  • 02:52 at what's called "The Lion's Gate",
  • 02:54 at "The Dung Gate" the battle royal raged here
  • 02:58 until finally after so many years
  • 03:01 separated from the heart of Judaism.
  • 03:04 Finally, as it says in another Temple holiday,
  • 03:08 " nes gadol hayah sham ",
  • 03:10 "a great miracle happened".
  • 03:11 What was it in this case?
  • 03:13 Jerusalem fell back into Jewish hands
  • 03:16 with the net result that Jews can now say,
  • 03:19 "Our feet are standing within thy gates O Jerusalem."
  • 03:26 and if you stand here long,
  • 03:29 because we're in a Jewish State,
  • 03:31 you discover its not just Jewish feet
  • 03:33 that walk through the Gate,
  • 03:35 the doors are swung open to people that profess different religions,
  • 03:39 be it Islam,
  • 03:41 be it Christianity,
  • 03:43 be it something else,
  • 03:45 be it no religion,
  • 03:46 certainly Jewish people.
  • 03:48 The doors are swung wide open
  • 03:51 with no litmus test of acceptability.
  • 03:54 That's because this real estate
  • 03:56 finally and fully is in Jewish hands,
  • 03:59 and you know, I'm excited,
  • 04:01 and so was the psalmist who
  • 04:03 in chapter 122 said in his language,
  • 04:06 let's walk through it slowly.
  • 04:19 Oh what a thrill it is to be able to say that.
  • 04:22 Let me tell you, the fact that I can say it
  • 04:25 is attested to the fact that many paid a great price
  • 04:29 in order that people like me and you can say it.
  • 04:32 Let me encourage you by the way
  • 04:34 to come here and say it as well.
  • 04:36 I've been around long enough and
  • 04:38 I've seen the faces of Christian people light up
  • 04:44 when they walk the streets of Jerusalem,
  • 04:47 and when they walk through this Gate and others like it,
  • 04:51 it is such a thrill.
  • 04:53 Sleepless are the nights,
  • 04:55 not just because of jet lag,
  • 04:57 but because of the ecstasy that accompanies Bible readers,
  • 05:00 who after reading the story for years
  • 05:03 can now walk in affect back in time
  • 05:06 and into the pages of theB iblical testimony.
  • 05:10 What a place!
  • 05:11 I thank God for it.
  • 05:13 I'm so thrilled there's a Jewish presence here in it.
  • 05:15 If we go through Psalm Chapter 122
  • 05:18 we come to an exhortation.
  • 05:20 Beyond simply rejoicing that we can be here,
  • 05:23 there is a petition for prayer.
  • 05:25 It says,
  • 05:31 And let me tell you that the need for that is as great now
  • 05:37 as it was when it was uttered back then.
  • 05:41 Interestingly pilgrims were making their way to Jerusalem then as now.
  • 05:47 Once here they're hearing levitical choirs
  • 05:50 sing these various Psalms of Ascent.
  • 05:54 Beyond that, they themselves are
  • 05:56 participating back and forth in it all,
  • 05:59 and they're beckoned to pray for the peace of Jerusalem
  • 06:04 Friends as a battle royal rages around Israel,
  • 06:09 Israel's very right to exist,
  • 06:13 goodness Israel needs prayers,
  • 06:15 Israel needs cares.
  • 06:18 And let me tell you when Jews visit Israel
  • 06:21 Jews expect Jews to come to the ancestral homeland
  • 06:24 but I've seen it on more than one occasion
  • 06:26 where Jewish people are thrilled when Christians come.
  • 06:29 And why is that?
  • 06:30 Because many Jewish people feel
  • 06:33 that Christians have abandoned them outright here.
  • 06:36 Oh the press is pressing against Israel.
  • 06:40 When Christian people come and spend their money
  • 06:44 in the restaurants and in the hotels
  • 06:46 and walk the Land and share and care and offer a prayer,
  • 06:48 it doesn't go unnoticed.
  • 06:51 The likes of Prime Ministers and Generals
  • 06:54 come out to greet Christian groups.
  • 06:58 And why is that?
  • 07:00 Because your presence is appreciated here,
  • 07:03 and your prayers are appreciated here.
  • 07:06 I don't say that simply because it's
  • 07:08 an extension of my own sentiment...no.
  • 07:10 The Bible beckons us to do that.
  • 07:13 By the way if you'll permit
  • 07:16 a little parenthetical excursion here,
  • 07:18 inasmuch as the Bible encourages us to
  • 07:20 pray for Jerusalem and for the Israelite State here,
  • 07:24 I'm hard pressed to understand how any Bible reading person
  • 07:27 could disavow a Jewish presence in the ancestral homeland.
  • 07:32 And as is the case today,
  • 07:33 many are rooting for the people
  • 07:35 that are trying to drive Jews into the sea.
  • 07:38 Christian people claiming to be Christian,
  • 07:40 claiming that Israel has no right to exist,
  • 07:43 Israel is a mistake,
  • 07:44 it's a fluke in history,
  • 07:47 It's an extension of western colonialism,
  • 07:49 God is through with the Jew,
  • 07:51 it's all about you.
  • 07:53 The Jews are non-existent
  • 07:54 and they're insulted by the fact
  • 07:56 that there's a Jewish presence here.
  • 07:57 Let me tell you something.
  • 07:58 That is not the sentiment of the
  • 08:00 person who writes this Bible, who wrote this passage,
  • 08:03 and it has nothing to do with
  • 08:04 the spirit within which it is written.
  • 08:07 Oh friends, today now more than ever,
  • 08:09 we need to in fact pray for the peace of Jerusalem
  • 08:13 and stand behind those minded to contend for it.
  • 08:27 Are Gentile believers meant to adopt the Mosaic Law?
  • 08:30 Is there a separate salvation Covenant for Israel
  • 08:32 that removes the necessity of faith in Yeshua?
  • 08:35 Eitan Shishkoff tackles these questions and more
  • 08:38 in today's Resource "What About Us?"
  • 08:41 In this book Eitan uncovers
  • 08:43 concrete Scriptural evidence
  • 08:45 of God's original plan
  • 08:46 for Jews and Gentiles
  • 08:48 to become One in Messiah
  • 08:50 and work together for salvation of National Israel.
  • 08:53 Learn the importance of how the Gentile Church
  • 08:55 should relate to the remarkable Messianic movement
  • 08:58 of Jews accepting Jesus.
  • 09:00 An important read for believers of all walks of life.
  • 09:03 Please call us, or go online
  • 09:05 and ask for the Resource "What About Us?
  • 09:10 Called "Psalms of Ascent"
  • 09:12 "Ascent" comes from the word meaning "to go up".
  • 09:14 "Transcend" means "to cross over and go up".
  • 09:18 Help us to cross coast to coast.
  • 09:21 Television isn't cheap.
  • 09:23 We don't want to just ascend, we want to transcend.
  • 09:26 We got a great message.
  • 09:28 We need your help in telling it.
  • 09:30 Please be gracious and make a kind donation
  • 09:33 to Zola Levitt Ministries.
  • 09:44 This ministry continues to stand strong for Israel
  • 09:47 and the return of the Jewish people to their Homeland.
  • 09:50 Now let's open our Bibles as we return to Israel.
  • 09:56 A maid servant awaits her reward.
  • 09:59 Totally dependent upon her master she waits.
  • 10:05 "Behold, as the eyes of servants look unto the hands of their masters"
  • 10:09 "and as the eyes of a maiden upon the hand of the mistress,"
  • 10:14 "so our eyes wait upon the Lord our God"
  • 10:17 "until he has mercy upon us."
  • 10:21 "Have mercy upon us O Lord."
  • 10:24 "Have mercy upon us."
  • 10:29 The key word here is the word "dependence".
  • 10:34 That's what the psalmist is talking about when
  • 10:37 he likens Israelites to a servant and God being the master.
  • 10:43 Inasmuch as servants are dependent on their master
  • 10:47 so too are Israelites dependent on God.
  • 10:53 It was a Psalm that was framed in turbulent times.
  • 10:58 Speaking of turbulent times,
  • 11:00 I'm coming to you from a place where
  • 11:02 indeed the times were ones very turbulent.
  • 11:06 Harking back to the battle of Jerusalem,
  • 11:09 Jerusalem was under siege
  • 11:11 and new immigrants were just basically given a gun and some basic training
  • 11:15 and marshaled into the fledgling Israeli defense forces.
  • 11:20 They did the best they could but
  • 11:22 they came from different nations,
  • 11:24 they didn't communicate well
  • 11:26 and shy of 150 of them were slaughtered
  • 11:28 here at a place called "Latrun".
  • 11:32 Here in Latrun commemorated on these plaques
  • 11:36 are soldiers that died in the armored division.
  • 11:40 I want you to hear some of these names
  • 11:42 because I want you to understand
  • 11:43 how Jews remember the Bible
  • 11:45 in the way that we do our names.
  • 11:47 Daniel ...well first,
  • 11:49 Naphtali over here.
  • 11:51 Daniel
  • 11:52 Yisrael , Israel.
  • 11:56 Yoseph , that's my name in Hebrew.
  • 11:59 My English name Jeffrey Seif,
  • 12:01 Yoseph Levi , my Hebrew.
  • 12:03 Avraham , Abraham.
  • 12:06 Do these names sound familiar?
  • 12:09 Even if the sounds don't sound familiar,
  • 12:11 the context of Psalm 123 may indeed be familiar to you
  • 12:18 if you have ever found yourself in trouble.
  • 12:22 The psalmist as I've said, speaks from troublesome times.
  • 12:26 I want you to hear him and feel him.
  • 12:29 In verse 1, he says,
  • 12:31 [Speaking in Hebrew first]
  • 12:53 and while the eyes are looking the heart is speaking.
  • 12:57 in verse 3, oh it's so passionate
  • 13:00 [Speaking in Hebrew first]
  • 13:10 Surely it was the heart cry of those who fought and died here.
  • 13:17 In fact, here in Latrun I interviewed Avigdor Khahalani some time ago,
  • 13:22 a very famous general, right on top of his tank.
  • 13:25 I asked him if he prayed and he smiled and he says,
  • 13:28 "Well in the middle of a battle I don't' always have time, but listen,
  • 13:32 "At the beginning of the day it wasn't uncommon to start with a prayer."
  • 13:37 Not everyone is an enduring prayer warrior through the course of their day,
  • 13:41 but still people lift their laments, their challenges God-ward.
  • 13:46 In the case of the psalmist here,
  • 13:49 the context of its penning was
  • 13:52 the Israelites have come back from captivity,
  • 13:55 and the peoples round about are giving them the dickens of a time,
  • 14:01 a really, really hard time.
  • 14:03 You can recall in the days of Ezra, and Nehemiah
  • 14:06 how the neighboring peoples were trying
  • 14:10 to prevent the Israelites from getting a toehold in the fledgling State.
  • 14:17 The psalmist goes on to say,
  • 14:18 "We're the scorn of people round about."
  • 14:21 "They're just humiliating us."
  • 14:23 "They're doing everything they can to thwart us."
  • 14:26 And in the midst of all that they're crying,
  • 14:28 "Lord be gracious unto us",
  • 14:31 "Lord be gracious unto us."
  • 14:33 Isn't this a Psalm for today
  • 14:38 as Israelites like yesterday here in the modern land today
  • 14:43 are looking to make a bid to secure
  • 14:46 residency in the ancestral, God-given Homeland?
  • 14:52 Lord, help us.
  • 14:54 Lord,be gracious unto us.
  • 14:57 Lest you think this Psalm only applies to Jews,
  • 15:00 let me speak to you for a moment
  • 15:02 and say that the cry of many of the Righteous
  • 15:04 has been "Lord, help us."
  • 15:07 The Scripture says that those that
  • 15:08 look to him will not be disappointed.
  • 15:13 And so I began on something of a sour note.
  • 15:15 Sour...or somber would be a better word I think,
  • 15:18 and of course that would be the case.
  • 15:20 I'm standing in front of a memorial to those who have died,
  • 15:24 But truth be known, people come to these memorials.
  • 15:27 Children come on field trips.
  • 15:29 Soldiers come and visit and remember those that paid the ultimate sacrifice.
  • 15:35 It's designed to encourage us to be bold and to contend.
  • 15:41 I think that's the intention of the psalmist endeavoring as he is
  • 15:45 to give voice to the quest to seek God
  • 15:47 amidst turbulence of trying times.
  • 15:50 The Good News is that those who seek Him find Him.
  • 15:54 Difficulties notwithstanding,
  • 15:56 challenges being what they may,
  • 15:58 still, if we persevere, if we seek Him we'll find him,
  • 16:03 if we seek him with all of our heart.
  • 16:08 Thank you Jeff for that insight.
  • 16:10 If you today,
  • 16:11 if you are going through a difficult time
  • 16:14 we just pray that you will seek the Lord,
  • 16:17 and we believe that in your seeking of Him,
  • 16:19 that you will hear Him.
  • 16:21 Amen.
  • 16:22 We also know that the Word of God is
  • 16:23 being fulfilled daily in Israel.
  • 16:25 Our own Chaim Malespin is in the middle of it all
  • 16:29 at the Aliyah Center.
  • 16:31 Here's Chaim.
  • 16:37 What's new at the Center?
  • 16:39 Well I'll tell you.
  • 16:40 Not only have we received
  • 16:42 a mountain of donated clothes,
  • 16:44 which we're able to distribute
  • 16:46 to the new immigrants
  • 16:47 who are coming back
  • 16:48 from all over the world
  • 16:50 to their Homeland,
  • 16:51 to the Promised Land.
  • 16:52 We were able to receive them
  • 16:53 in warm hospitality.
  • 16:54 Yeah, I'm taking B'nai Manasseh , the sons of Manasseh.
  • 16:56 Those are those ones who look like Indian with the dot,
  • 16:59 from Northern India from the City of Manipur
  • 17:02 where thousands of years ago they were carried away as slaves,
  • 17:06 and now to see them return to the Homeland
  • 17:08 and be able to bless them,
  • 17:09 There's people coming from Brazil,
  • 17:11 from all over the world,
  • 17:12 and we're working with the City, with the Mayor,
  • 17:14 with the Municipality,
  • 17:16 with the Aliyah absorption.
  • 17:17 It's fun times.
  • 17:19 Yes, the Center is growing,
  • 17:21 I mean the buildings are becoming renovated,
  • 17:25 and the prophecies are being fulfilled.
  • 17:33 Thank you Chaim.
  • 17:34 It's exciting to see
  • 17:36 how things are progressing
  • 17:37 at the Aliyah Return Center.
  • 17:39 God is calling His people back to His Land.
  • 17:42 Stay with us.
  • 17:45 Isaiah 14:1 says it clearly
  • 17:47 The Lord will bring them back to settle once again in their own Land,
  • 17:51 and people from many Nations will come and join them there,
  • 17:53 and unite with the people of Israel.
  • 17:56 That's exactly what's happening
  • 17:57 at the Aliyah Return Center in Galilee, Israel.
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  • 18:02 in helping to renovate this abandoned boarding school
  • 18:04 into a place where Jewish people from around the world
  • 18:07 will be welcomed home.
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  • 18:52 I've recently heard it said
  • 18:53 that all of Israel is one huge archaeological dig.
  • 18:57 And we found that to be true.
  • 18:59 Every time we go there's always
  • 19:00 a new discovery, and something new that's being found.
  • 19:04 Don't miss the opportunity
  • 19:06 to enjoy God's Holy Land.
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  • 19:10 We go two times a year,
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  • 19:13 Right now let's go to our weekly Hebrew Lesson
  • 19:15 with Sarah Liberman.
  • 19:22 Shalom Havarim !
  • 19:23 We're here in the City of Jerusalem
  • 19:25 talking about the Names of God.
  • 19:27 One of the beautiful names of the Lord
  • 19:30 Lee Leeshoah
  • 19:32 Moses in Exodus Chapter 15 verse 2 says,
  • 19:35 "The Lord is my strength and my song,
  • 19:38 He has become my Salvation.
  • 19:41 Yeshua is a word derived from the
  • 19:44 Name of Jesus in Hebrew.
  • 19:46 Yeshua , which means "Salvation".
  • 19:49 So, as we worship and as we pray and we praise God
  • 19:53 we can say,
  • 19:54 "God, You are my Salvation"
  • 19:57 "Adonai ata-Lee Leeshoah"
  • 20:01 Thank you so much Sarah.
  • 20:03 Okay, this word is a little bit longer
  • 20:05 but I love what it says,
  • 20:06 God, You are my Salvation.
  • 20:08 In Hebrew - You ready?
  • 20:10 Yes
  • 20:10 Let's do it together.
  • 20:11 Adonai ata-Lee Leeshoah
  • 20:14 Not too bad!
  • 20:16 It's a long one
  • 20:17 but we're trying
  • 20:18 and we love learning the Hebrew Names of God.
  • 20:20 Amen!
  • 20:21 Now let's go up north to Haifa to hear from Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 20:30 Shalom, I'm Eitan Shishkoff
  • 20:31 and we're standing in our humanitarian aide
  • 20:33 warehouse in Kiryat Yam near the Haifa Bay.
  • 20:36 And what you see surrounding me
  • 20:38 are many green bags
  • 20:41 filled with all kinds of food and supplies for Passover.
  • 20:46 We are going to be distributing these
  • 20:48 bags to needy families here in the area
  • 20:51 in cooperation with local city authorities
  • 20:56 because we really believe in what the Scripture talks about
  • 21:00 when it says that he who honors the poor,
  • 21:03 honors the Lord.
  • 21:04 In addition to that, we see this pattern in the original
  • 21:09 Messianic Jewish community in the Book of Acts.
  • 21:12 As the influx of believers came to faith in Yeshua
  • 21:19 they created a community in which it was of a primary importance
  • 21:25 to share what they had with each other.
  • 21:27 And, in fact, it said that they shared with each other
  • 21:29 to such an extent that no one had want.
  • 21:31 Well, we're not going to be able to supply all of the Haifa Bay area
  • 21:35 with the supplies for Passover
  • 21:38 but I think it will be very pleasant for some families to receive
  • 21:41 Passover cookies, they're Kosher,
  • 21:44 and to be able to share some of what God has given us.
  • 21:49 The logo on the side of the bags
  • 21:52 is our Oasis symbol
  • 21:54 which comes from the book of Jeremiah
  • 21:56 that talks about God, bringing His people back, in mercy.
  • 22:00 The demonstration of mercy is something
  • 22:04 that's very, very essential.
  • 22:06 It goes all the way back to the Torah
  • 22:09 where the Lord instructs Israel
  • 22:12 to leave the corners of a field available for the poor people to glean
  • 22:18 and to bring in a harvest so they'll have something to eat.
  • 22:21 So we believe that in renewing the Messianic Jewish Community in Israel
  • 22:25 that it's essential for us also to be distributing aide to those in need,
  • 22:31 and we're very grateful to be able to do it.
  • 22:34 It's part of our identity.
  • 22:35 It's part of who we are both as Jewish Israelis and as Messianic Jews,
  • 22:41 and we're grateful for those from outside of the Land
  • 22:44 that join us and help us to do this.
  • 22:46 If you are interested in doing that you can contact us.
  • 22:49 The information will be available.
  • 22:51 Todah Rabah - Thank you so much.
  • 22:55 ♪ One thing I have asked of the Lord ♪
  • 23:00 ♪ that will I seek after ♪
  • 23:05 ♪ that I may dwell in the House of the Lord ♪
  • 23:11 ♪ all the days of my life. ♪
  • 23:18 ♪ For one day in Your Courts Oh Lord is to me far better ♪
  • 23:27 ♪ than any treasure this world could afford ♪
  • 23:32 ♪ in a thousand days of this life. ♪
  • 23:38 ♪ Oh to behold the beauty of the Lord, ♪
  • 23:43 ♪ the beauty of the Lord. ♪
  • 23:45 ♪ You're beautiful my Lord. ♪
  • 23:49 ♪ And to inquire in Your Temple, ♪
  • 23:54 ♪ to inquire in Your Temple, ♪
  • 23:58 ♪ That's my desire Oh Lord, ♪
  • 24:03 ♪ my desire Oh Lord. ♪
  • 24:08 ♪ And one thing You have asked of me Lord ♪
  • 24:13 ♪ that will I seek after. ♪
  • 24:17 ♪ I will seek Your face my Lord ♪
  • 24:22 ♪ Every day of my life."
  • 24:28 ♪ I need to behold the beauty of the Lord, ♪
  • 24:32 ♪ the beauty of the Lord, ♪
  • 24:35 ♪ You're beautiful my Lord. ♪
  • 24:38 ♪ To be Your child pure and humble, ♪
  • 24:43 ♪ Just a child pure and humble, ♪
  • 24:48 ♪ That's my desire Oh Lord, ♪
  • 24:52 ♪ all that you require my Lord. ♪
  • 25:01 ♪ Orchestra ♪
  • 25:17 ♪ Oh to behold the beauty of the Lord, ♪
  • 25:22 ♪ the beauty of the Lord. ♪
  • 25:25 ♪ You're beautiful my Lord. ♪
  • 25:28 ♪ Keep the fire in this Temple, ♪
  • 25:33 ♪ Keep the fire in this Temple burning higher my Lord, ♪
  • 25:43 ♪ ever higher, my Lord, ♪
  • 25:48 ♪ For one thing I have asked of you Lord, ♪
  • 25:53 ♪ that will I seek after, ♪
  • 25:58 That I may dwell in the House of the Lord all the days of my life, ♪
  • 26:10 ♪ piano ♪
  • 26:14 ♪ All the days of my life. ♪♪
  • 26:37 "And I will dwell in the House of the Lord forever and ever.
  • 26:41 What a powerful message today through song.
  • 26:43 Thank you, Marty Goetz.
  • 26:44 It's a good word, isn't it?
  • 26:45 Yes.
  • 26:46 Psalm 122 is also a great passage of Scripture.
  • 26:49 Psalm 122 starting at verse 6 says,
  • 27:12 [Singing] Sha alu Shalom Yerushalayim
  • 27:16 Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem
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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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Guest organizations and links

Zola Levitt Presents
Levitt Letter
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