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Episode: “Psalms 130 & 131”
At the Western Wall, Jeff speaks of God’s ears that are open to our cries for help. Always there, He faithfully pours out His forgiveness and redemption. The God of Israel provides contentment to our souls like a mother comforts her child. Eitan Shishkoff reminds us of our need to pray for an awakening among His People.
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 130 & 131” (6/8)

  • 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.
  • 00:39 Welcome to Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 00:40 I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 00:41 And I'm David Hart.
  • 00:43 We hope you're enjoying this Series "Psalms of Ascent"
  • 00:45 with our great teacher Dr. Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:48 We also have Eitan Shishkoff
  • 00:50 who is bringing us a word every week
  • 00:52 from northern Israel.
  • 00:53 Marty Goetz.
  • 00:55 Yes, love his music.
  • 00:56 Brings a song every week.
  • 00:58 Chaim Malespin is with us.
  • 00:59 And Sarah Liberman is bringing us a Hebrew Lesson,
  • 01:02 teaching the Names of God in Hebrew.
  • 01:05 She's great.
  • 01:05 Yes, she is.
  • 01:07 Today Dr. Seif is starting his study from Psalm 130.
  • 01:10 So if you have your Bible
  • 01:11 get it open,
  • 01:13 and get it ready for the teaching,
  • 01:14 but first let's go to our dramatic re-enactment.
  • 01:19 In the darkest hour of the darkest day
  • 01:22 the warmth of the sun seems lost forever.
  • 01:26 Friends are gone.
  • 01:28 Hope is gone.
  • 01:30 But, a still small voice yet remains.
  • 01:34 "Out of the depths have I cried unto Thee, O Lord,"
  • 01:38 hear my voice,
  • 01:40 "let Thine ears be attentive to the voice of Israel."
  • 01:44 And the sun returns.
  • 01:47 With the Lord, thereis mercy.
  • 01:51 With Him, there is redemption.
  • 01:54 The Lord, will redeem you.
  • 02:01 Different things can bring people down in life,
  • 02:05 can cause discouragement, despair, disorientation,
  • 02:09 decay, pain.
  • 02:13 It can be because of circumstances that beset the person.
  • 02:17 It can be because of sins that the person is forever reminded of.
  • 02:22 And with the sin comes a sense of guilt,
  • 02:26 which says, "I did something wrong,"
  • 02:28 and shame which says, "I am something wrong",
  • 02:32 depending on the nature of infraction.
  • 02:36 The reason why I mention that is
  • 02:39 burdened by various cares, Israelites
  • 02:43 have been coming to this place for years.
  • 02:47 This place immediate behind me
  • 02:49 is the Western Wall.
  • 02:51 The closest place where Hebrews can get,
  • 02:53 to the Temple that once stood upon that mountain.
  • 02:56 Right now there's an Islamic Shrine there.
  • 03:00 There's no biblical basis for it being there.
  • 03:02 Once upon a time, placed there was this sanctuary.
  • 03:06 People came and they prayed there,
  • 03:09 and they came and they brought sacrifices there as well.
  • 03:12 And Why?
  • 03:13 Because there was a House that was set up
  • 03:15 to deal with a human problem,
  • 03:17 one particular problem,
  • 03:19 a problem called sin.
  • 03:22 I mention this because as here in the Psalms Ascent,
  • 03:25 a voice is given to pilgrims making their way to Jerusalem
  • 03:29 on account of sin, wanting to attend
  • 03:32 to that which burdens us within.
  • 03:36 There are different things people can do
  • 03:38 to try to get rid of the pain of sin.
  • 03:40 Some drink it away,
  • 03:41 different vices to try and snuff out that perennial discomfort.
  • 03:46 But the way some people choose to get rid of that,
  • 03:49 is they deal with it head on,
  • 03:51 and they come to God, and ask for forgiveness.
  • 03:54 And what do they discover?
  • 03:56 Well, the psalmist discovered,
  • 03:59 and he gives voice to it in Chapter 130.
  • 04:02 He says,
  • 04:08 The point of course there, is that nobody is perfect.
  • 04:11 So he goes on to say in verse 4,
  • 04:14 [Speaking first in Hebrew]
  • 04:20 Truth of the matter is people come here to find forgiveness.
  • 04:26 And they're encouraged in verse 7 and on.
  • 04:29 The psalmist says,
  • 04:31 [Speaking first in Hebrew]
  • 04:49 Sometimes we can feel so very bad,
  • 04:53 so very downtrodden,
  • 04:54 and we forget that with God there is in fact, mercy.
  • 04:59 He then goes on to say,
  • 05:01 [Speaking first in Hebrew]
  • 05:10 Bible readers are beckoned to understand
  • 05:12 when they make their way to Jerusalem on a pilgrimage,
  • 05:15 that they can find God there,
  • 05:17 and a God who isn't inclined to mark iniquities,
  • 05:21 to hold everything against us,
  • 05:23 that the score is indelibly marked against us.
  • 05:27 He's not inclined to do that.
  • 05:29 Similarly, they're encouraged to experience
  • 05:32 a God who is said to come with mercy, with " chesed ".
  • 05:38 And beyond that there's the reminder that with Him
  • 05:41 there is plenteous redemption.
  • 05:44 Redemption is an interesting concept.
  • 05:46 It means, "to buy back from slavery."
  • 05:49 The chains of sin can weigh,
  • 05:53 and drag individuals a certain way,
  • 05:55 but God can redeem from that.
  • 05:57 There's a wonderful exhortation in verse 8.
  • 05:59 He says,
  • 06:00 [Speaking Hebrew first]
  • 06:14 They came here from all over the Roman world in fact,
  • 06:20 in Yeshua's day, in Jesus' day,
  • 06:22 because Jews were scattered round about.
  • 06:24 The compliant would make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem
  • 06:27 in order to experience God in a special way,
  • 06:31 in order to have their problems in life ameliorated, improved.
  • 06:37 I want you to know as I'm speaking to you from here,
  • 06:40 that the place is open to receive you,
  • 06:43 that still people come to the Kotel and they put their prayers in the wall.
  • 06:48 I want you to know, however, that to get God's attention,
  • 06:51 you needn't do that,
  • 06:53 though personally I think you'd be blessed
  • 06:55 to make a pilgrimage to Israel,
  • 06:57 and that's what the Psalms of Ascent addresses.
  • 06:59 Though I believe you'd be blessed to do that,
  • 07:01 I want you to know you needn't just do that
  • 07:04 because the truth is you can call upon the Lord wherever you are.
  • 07:09 The word "Jesus" is just an English way of saying "Yeshua".
  • 07:15 The verb "Yeshua" means,
  • 07:22 Noted in his Name is what's promised here in the text.
  • 07:27 Again, you can, wherever you are call upon Him,
  • 07:32 and you know what the Bible says?
  • 07:33 He will answer you.
  • 07:35 You can receive the forgiveness of sins,
  • 07:37 the newness of life,
  • 07:40 and experience the fresh rejuvenation
  • 07:42 that comes by virtue of your so doing.
  • 07:49 We know that satan comes to steal, kill and destroy,
  • 07:53 and only Yeshua can save us from that.
  • 07:55 We are safe in His arms.
  • 07:57 Just like a little baby that's safe in it's mother's arms.
  • 08:01 I love that imagery.
  • 08:02 Psalm 131 speaks of that,
  • 08:05 and that's what Dr. Seif will be teaching on
  • 08:07 after our dramatic re-enactment.
  • 08:11 The love of a mother knows no boundaries.
  • 08:15 And the child, now weaned from it's mother
  • 08:19 has discovered a new world.
  • 08:21 The colors are alluring.
  • 08:24 The shapes so intriguing.
  • 08:27 It could take a lifetime to taste them all.
  • 08:30 But, at the end of the day
  • 08:32 there's no greater comfort in all the world
  • 08:36 than that found in the arms of mother.
  • 08:40 "My soul is even as a weaned child,"
  • 08:43 says the psalmist.
  • 08:45 "Let Israel hope in the Lord from henceforth and forever"
  • 08:52 "Comfort"
  • 08:54 In so many ways it's in such high demand
  • 08:57 and short supply these days.
  • 09:00 To be sure, when pilgrims made their way to Jerusalem
  • 09:03 they were looking for comfort among other things.
  • 09:06 And the reason why I say "among other things",
  • 09:08 is there's such a wide range of interest in
  • 09:11 emotions in the Psalms in general,
  • 09:14 and in the Psalms of Ascent in particular.
  • 09:17 We're looking at Psalm 131 now.
  • 09:20 In the Psalm before it, there the issue was
  • 09:23 dealing with guilt and shame associated with transgression
  • 09:27 and the intended personal discomforts.
  • 09:30 In the Psalm after that the Psalmist is talking
  • 09:33 about, "He's not going to go into his house"
  • 09:35 "until God has a place for him."
  • 09:39 There's a sense in which...
  • 09:40 we're working with varied interests,
  • 09:42 and here there's an image of a baby
  • 09:46 comforted at the child's mother's breast.
  • 09:51 It's an interesting image for a variety of reasons.
  • 09:53 I want to explore that with you.
  • 09:55 It comes from Psalms 131.
  • 09:57 And in verse 2 it says in Hebrew here,
  • 10:01 [First speaking Hebrew]
  • 10:08 It's a fascinating image.
  • 10:10 Let me explore around it.
  • 10:11 In verse 2, to look at the whole verse, he says,
  • 10:25 He says it twice.
  • 10:27 The imagery here isn't a child being driven by appetite,
  • 10:31 wanting to secure some nurture from the child's mother's breast.
  • 10:36 No, the food staple has already been delivered.
  • 10:41 Here there's the after moment.
  • 10:44 That is to say, the child
  • 10:45 just glad to be there with his or her mother.
  • 10:51 The imagery here interestingly
  • 10:53 is God represented as a mother.
  • 10:58 Here the child is just glad to be in mom's presence.
  • 11:02 This becomes a religious poetic expression
  • 11:07 for being close to God.
  • 11:10 Now, this is an interesting illusion
  • 11:13 for a variety of reasons,
  • 11:14 not least of which is the fact that God represented
  • 11:18 with something of a feminine tone.
  • 11:20 And it seems to me that the author here
  • 11:22 is taking a poetic license to create
  • 11:25 a vision to help create a moment.
  • 11:28 And certainly if one looks at the Psalms,
  • 11:31 if one looks at poetry,
  • 11:32 the name of the game in poetry,
  • 11:34 and the Psalms are all about poetic language,
  • 11:37 the name of the game is to paint on the human imagination.
  • 11:41 Here it seems to me that God was way ahead of the feminists.
  • 11:44 That is to say, in Scripture
  • 11:46 the motif is borrowed to underscore
  • 11:49 the kind of contentment that can be had.
  • 11:52 And by the way, that's the principle message of the Psalm.
  • 11:55 Just before it the psalmist says,
  • 11:57 "You know, I'm not all about pursuing my acquisitive interests,"
  • 12:02 "and giving voice to my acquisitive impulses."
  • 12:05 Lord only knows we have that.
  • 12:08 Contentment is so very difficult for the soul to be at rest.
  • 12:12 It seems there's different seasons in life,
  • 12:15 and I hear the engines of ambitions revving in my own psyche,
  • 12:20 deep in my own soul, in my own person.
  • 12:23 But it seems to me there's a kind of contentment that we
  • 12:25 have in our relationship with God.
  • 12:27 It's one of the reasons I think Yeshua,
  • 12:29 why Jesus said advising soldiers,
  • 12:31 "Learn to be content with your wages."
  • 12:33 It's not just soldiers.
  • 12:35 The honest truth is that a lot of us wish we had more,
  • 12:38 and think we deserve it,
  • 12:39 and then our engines are all revved up because
  • 12:41 we're not happy with the way we are treated in this world.
  • 12:45 It's interesting that in the Psalms of Ascent here,
  • 12:48 "Those that walk with God to Jerusalem are
  • 12:51 experiencing in language the imagery of contentment,
  • 12:56 harking back to a mother and a child.
  • 13:00 Would that you and I can recall the days when we were parenting.
  • 13:04 For some it's a lot closer.
  • 13:06 My kids have grown up,
  • 13:08 and the grand kids haven't come yet.
  • 13:09 In fact, I have a wedding that's forthcoming soon,
  • 13:11 and I'm trusting grandchildren will be coming,
  • 13:14 and I'll be able to experience that tender moment,
  • 13:17 an infant and a caring, nurturing person,
  • 13:19 that transaction.
  • 13:21 You know, for those of us that are a little removed from it,
  • 13:24 and those of us that are engaged in nurturing the young at that level,
  • 13:27 for all of us it's good to know that God is there.
  • 13:30 That's the message of the psalmist,
  • 13:32 to be that nurturer,
  • 13:34 to meet us at that point of need.
  • 13:36 The Lord knows we have those needs,
  • 13:38 but He's there according to the psalmist.
  • 13:41 When they went up to Jerusalem to God's House
  • 13:44 they wanted participants to be reminded of the fact
  • 13:47 that God is there to meet needs,
  • 13:50 to quiet the restless soul,
  • 13:54 to solve problems that so vex people.
  • 13:58 Oh I think it's a great Psalm,
  • 14:00 and you might be at place in your life
  • 14:01 where you're experiencing what I've just described.
  • 14:04 And it's good for you, it's good for me.
  • 14:06 It's good for all of us to be reminded
  • 14:08 that we can be calmed in the Lord,
  • 14:12 just like a child is at it's mother's breast after the feeding.
  • 14:20 I love the image of a mother
  • 14:22 holding her little young baby.
  • 14:25 And it seems like yesterday that
  • 14:27 our boys were that little.
  • 14:29 Now we're about to have our first granddaughter.
  • 14:31 That's right.
  • 14:32 I can hardly wait for that day.
  • 14:33 It's coming soon.
  • 14:34 Time has flown.
  • 14:35 Psalm 131 gives us great imagery of
  • 14:38 how the Lord yearns to comfort Israel and us.
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  • 16:40 One of the highlights of going to Israel is seeing the Temple Mount.
  • 16:43 The Temple was a place where Israelis made
  • 16:46 animal sacrifices to atone for their sin.
  • 16:49 We believers in Yeshua know
  • 16:50 that He has atoned for our sin.
  • 16:52 But now in Israel, how do the Israelis atone for their sin?
  • 16:58 Let's go to Chaim with that answer.
  • 17:05 Tough question.
  • 17:06 How do Jewish people deal with sins if the
  • 17:07 Temple and the sacrificial system is gone?
  • 17:10 Deuteronomy 12:13-14 says,
  • 17:12 Don't offer sacrifices any where you want,
  • 17:15 but in the place that the Lord your God shall choose.
  • 17:17 Which we know is Jerusalem.
  • 17:19 We know that there isn't a Temple there anymore.
  • 17:21 So what did they do?
  • 17:22 Well religious Jewish people will often
  • 17:25 emphasize Hosea 6:6 where it says,
  • 17:27 It's mercy, not sacrifice that God requires,
  • 17:31 the knowledge of God more than burnt sacrifices.
  • 17:34 So they say, we are seeking to learn the knowledge of God.
  • 17:38 But you know, we can't ignore Leviticus 17:11,
  • 17:41 "The life of the flesh is in the blood."
  • 17:45 And He has given it to us upon the altar,
  • 17:47 to make atonement for our souls.
  • 17:55 Thank you so much Chaim
  • 17:56 with your wonderful insight every week.
  • 17:58 Now let's go to Sarah Liberman
  • 18:00 with another Hebrew Name for God.
  • 18:08 Shalom Havarim !
  • 18:10 We're here in the City of Jerusalem
  • 18:12 talking about the Names of God.
  • 18:15 One of the Names that referred to Yeshua - Jesus is
  • 18:19 Se Ha-Elohim
  • 18:21 Which means "Lamb" - Se
  • 18:23 Ha-Elohim "Of God"
  • 18:26 When John the Baptist sees Yeshua coming to be immersed,
  • 18:30 he says of Him in John Chapter 1,
  • 18:33 "Behold the Son of God,"
  • 18:36 "The Lamb of God"
  • 18:37 "Who takes away the sins of the world."
  • 18:40 One of the most incredible things about our faith
  • 18:44 as believers, as Jewish believers,
  • 18:47 is that we believe in that Sacrifice
  • 18:50 that Yeshua made as the Passover Lamb
  • 18:53 Se ha-Pesach
  • 18:54 and He became the Lamb of Sacrifice
  • 18:57 for the whole world so that
  • 18:59 all who believe in Him can be saved.
  • 19:02 So as we worship and as we pray,
  • 19:05 we can call on Him by the Name that
  • 19:08 describes His most beautiful and His most wonderful
  • 19:12 act of love that He did on this mountain right here.
  • 19:16 Se Ha-Elohim "Lamb of God".
  • 19:21 We are so thankful that Sarah is now part of our team.
  • 19:24 We love having her with us.
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  • 19:27 but also...
  • 19:28 She's a wife and she's a mom,
  • 19:31 she's a recording artist,
  • 19:32 she's a worship leader in Israel.
  • 19:34 We love her worship leading.
  • 19:36 And now she's a part of our team
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  • 19:38 Okay, we have a great word today.
  • 19:40 I love the message in this.
  • 19:41 Good Name of God, "The Lamb of God"
  • 19:43 Adonai -
  • 19:44 " Se Ha-Elohim "
  • 19:46 He is -"The Lamb of God".
  • 19:49 And He is the Sacrifice for our sins.
  • 19:52 He's our answer.
  • 19:54 Now let's go up North (in Israel)
  • 19:55 to hear a message from Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 20:03 Shalom, this is Eitan Shishkoff
  • 20:05 with Tents of Mercy
  • 20:06 in Kiryat Yam, Israel.
  • 20:08 Kiryat Yam is right next to the Haifa Bay.
  • 20:11 I'd like to talk to you about a prophetic picture
  • 20:15 that the prophet Joel gives of the end times.
  • 20:19 The Book of Joel is dealing with
  • 20:21 God calling His people back in repentance.
  • 20:24 It talks about blowing a shofar,
  • 20:26 gathering the people to pray intensely
  • 20:31 for revival and for the outpouring of God's Spirit.
  • 20:34 A portion that probably people are familiar with,
  • 20:37 that talks about God pouring out His Spirit on all flesh,
  • 20:40 and particularly upon Israel.
  • 20:42 But before that there's a verse that I believe
  • 20:44 relates to you and to me,
  • 20:46 and that is in Joel Chapter 2, verse 17,
  • 20:55 This is a strong image of the priests
  • 21:00 who came before God to intercede
  • 21:03 on behalf of the people who cried out to God
  • 21:06 for a cleansing of the people of Israel,
  • 21:09 for our hearts to be pure toward the Lord,
  • 21:12 and for the atoning sacrifices to have affect.
  • 21:15 And he is saying that at the end times,
  • 21:18 that we as both Jews and Gentiles
  • 21:21 who are now priests before the Lord,
  • 21:23 that we are to intercede for the salvation of Israel.
  • 21:26 Now, several verses later
  • 21:28 the Scripture speaks about an abundant harvest.
  • 21:31 And God says that He will send the rain,
  • 21:34 both the former rain and the later rain.
  • 21:36 This "later rain" is something that
  • 21:39 we are waiting for in Israel.
  • 21:41 It speaks of the outpouring of the Spirit
  • 21:44 to soften the hearts of our people.
  • 21:46 Now, I relate this intercession in two other places in Scripture.
  • 21:50 One, is where Yeshua-Jesus is standing
  • 21:52 before the grave of Lazarus in John Chapter 11,
  • 21:55 and He says, "Lazarus, Come forth!"
  • 21:58 You'll remember that just before that He was weeping,
  • 22:00 and I don't believe that He was weeping for Lazarus because
  • 22:04 He knew He would raise him from the dead.
  • 22:06 But He was weeping for all of Israel.
  • 22:08 This is the heart of the Messiah.
  • 22:10 He desires for all Israel to be saved,
  • 22:13 but there is a role for us to play.
  • 22:15 We're not just standing on the sidelines in the grandstands watching this.
  • 22:19 God is calling us to be tender of heart
  • 22:23 whether we have physical tears or not,
  • 22:25 and to cry out to God for the resurrection,
  • 22:28 for the salvation of His people.
  • 22:30 This resurrection is what the prophet Ezekiel saw.
  • 22:33 He saw the people of Israel coming back,
  • 22:36 the Jewish people coming back to the Land of Israel at this time.
  • 22:39 And yet, there was to be an awakening,
  • 22:42 a spiritual awakening.
  • 22:44 So I want to invite you to pray with me
  • 22:47 for this Spiritual awakening.
  • 22:48 God is listening.
  • 22:50 He's waiting to hear your prayers,
  • 22:52 and they are affective.
  • 22:54 Thank you.
  • 22:57 ♪ O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, ♪
  • 23:02 ♪ Hear Yeshua cry, ♪
  • 23:07 ♪ How I long to gather you to me. ♪
  • 23:14 ♪ O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, ♪
  • 23:19 ♪ Messiah wept for you ♪
  • 23:23 ♪ So, should we not be weeping too? ♪
  • 23:33 ♪ For Zion's sake I will not keep silent. ♪
  • 23:41 ♪ For Zion's sake I'll not hold me peace. ♪
  • 23:49 ♪ For Zion's sake, for Yerushalayim ♪
  • 23:57 ♪ I will not rest, I will not rest. ♪
  • 24:06 ♪ I've set Watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem. ♪
  • 24:14 ♪ They shall never hold their peace ♪
  • 24:22 ♪ Day or night, all you who call upon the Lord, ♪
  • 24:31 ♪ Call upon the Lord for Zion's sake. ♪
  • 24:40 ♪ (interlude) ♪
  • 24:57 ♪ I've set Watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem. ♪
  • 25:05 ♪ They shall never, never hold their peace ♪
  • 25:12 ♪ Day or night, all you who call upon the Lord, ♪
  • 25:22 ♪ Take no rest, and give Him no rest ♪
  • 25:29 ♪ Till He makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth, ♪
  • 25:36 ♪ A praise in the earth. ♪
  • 25:41 ♪ For Zion's sake I will not keep silence. ♪
  • 25:50 ♪ For Zion's sake I'll not hold me peace. ♪
  • 25:59 ♪ For Zion's sake, for Yerushalayim ♪
  • 26:06 ♪ I will not rest, I will not rest. ♪
  • 26:15 ♪ I will not rest... ♪
  • 26:20 ♪ I will not rest ♪♪
  • 26:47 Thank you Marty.
  • 26:48 I love that song.
  • 26:49 Especially something that's stuck out to me
  • 26:51 from hearing you sing it,
  • 26:53 are the words, that God comforts us.
  • 26:56 That's right.
  • 26:57 Don't we need comfort?
  • 26:58 Yes, He's actually called us to share that great,great news.
  • 27:02 And also in the song Marty said that
  • 27:05 God tells us He will not rest.
  • 27:08 So He comforts us and He won't rest.
  • 27:11 Amen, so much more next week.
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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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