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Episode: “Looking Ahead into 2015”
We preview the new series and programs viewers will see in 2015.

Caption transcript for “Looking Ahead into 2015”

  • 00:18 Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel
  • 00:22 is that they might be saved.
  • 00:25 For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek.
  • 00:28 For the same LORD over all
  • 00:30 is rich unto all that call upon Him.
  • 00:43 Shalom and welcome to our program
  • 00:45 Myles and Katharine Weiss here
  • 00:46 coming to you from Israel.
  • 00:48 And we're so grateful to be able to bring you
  • 00:50 a look into what we have planned for 2015.
  • 00:53 You know it doesn't ever get old.
  • 00:55 The story of the LORD is fresh every morning.
  • 00:59 And God's mercy is new every morning.
  • 01:01 We love to bring you Christianity through Jewish eyes.
  • 01:04 And it is never, never, never boring.
  • 01:07 It's really exciting.
  • 01:08 In fact, one of the most exciting things
  • 01:09 Is the reality of the prophetic time we're living in.
  • 01:12 We're looking forward to doing some programs on Bible prophecy.
  • 01:15 Let's take a look right now.
  • 01:25 This know also...
  • 01:27 that in the last days
  • 01:29 perilous times shall come.
  • 01:31 Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse
  • 01:36 deceiving and being deceived.
  • 01:38 But continue in the Holy Scriptures
  • 01:41 which are able to make thee wise unto salvation
  • 01:45 through faith in Christ Jesus.
  • 02:02 I do know for a fact
  • 02:03 that Iran has made
  • 02:05 significant inroads
  • 02:07 over the last 24 to 36 months
  • 02:10 in as far as their short range missile capabilities
  • 02:15 that puts those Persian Gulf countries at risk.
  • 02:18 This is a great interest and a great concern
  • 02:20 to those countries.
  • 02:22 And that's from one of Israel's top missile experts Uzi Rubin
  • 02:27 who helped develop the aero missile defense system.
  • 02:30 He's the one that said they had made incredible leaps
  • 02:33 in technology over the last few years.
  • 02:36 And that has a lot of people concerned.
  • 02:38 And then the ICBM is what North Korea and Iran is working on
  • 02:41 that would put Europe as well as Russia and the United States at risk
  • 02:46 of a long range future nuclear target.
  • 02:51 At the time when the Arab Tsunami is sweeping
  • 02:55 more and more pro-American elements in the Arab world
  • 03:00 at the time when the Arab Tsunami highlights
  • 03:02 the unpredictability, the unreliability
  • 03:05 the treacherous, the violent intolerant nature of the Arab Islamic Middle East.
  • 03:11 This is the time when Israel is more and more highlighted
  • 03:15 as the only stable and reliable
  • 03:18 and capable commercially
  • 03:20 and militarily the only democratic
  • 03:22 and most importantly the most unconditional ally of the U.S.
  • 03:27 And this nation is in trouble
  • 03:28 because of our many sins.
  • 03:31 But one of our primary sins
  • 03:32 I think is a tendency to turn away from Israel
  • 03:36 our dear ally that I really believe that Genesis Chapter 12
  • 03:42 is going to be in affect for America very soon
  • 03:45 if we don't get back to blessing Israel.
  • 03:49 Imagine the earth was destroyed
  • 03:50 and you traveled here from another planet
  • 03:52 and you found a dollar.
  • 03:54 And you saw "In God We Trust"
  • 03:56 And you said, well what god were they talking about?
  • 03:58 If you interpreted it based on they symbolism on the U.S. dollar
  • 04:03 you would interpret it as either and Greek or a Roman god
  • 04:07 You would definitely not connect it to a Biblical Judeo or Christian God
  • 04:12 because there was no symbolism on the dollar that equates to that.
  • 04:16 The Great Seal itself especially the reverse side of the seal is very important
  • 04:19 because on the Great Seal there is a prophecy.
  • 04:22 It's from the Apollonian Priestess the Cumaean Sibyl.
  • 04:26 That's where the language "Novus Ordo Seclorum" is taken from.
  • 04:30 And it is a prophecy about the return of Apollo,
  • 04:34 "Apollyon" in the New Testament,
  • 04:36 who will return at the end of time and give birth to a new world order.
  • 04:40 What is coming here
  • 04:42 Jesus says,
  • 04:43 Let no man deceive you
  • 04:45 many will come in My Name.
  • 04:46 He also says
  • 04:48 that even the elect will be
  • 04:49 deceived if that were possible.
  • 04:51 We read in 2 Thessalonians
  • 04:54 So it gets to the point what are we really looking at here?
  • 04:57 What is coming is unprecedented
  • 04:59 and it will cause in my opinion
  • 05:01 this great deception which says
  • 05:03 that ET created all life on earth
  • 05:07 that ET genetically manipulated us
  • 05:10 that ET started the world civilizations
  • 05:13 that ET created all the world's religions
  • 05:15 and now at this critical juncture in human history
  • 05:18 ET has come to give us a DNA download upgrade.
  • 05:24 So much of Bible prophecy
  • 05:26 takes place right here in Jerusalem
  • 05:28 Yeah, we really wanted to establish again for you
  • 05:31 the historical right of the Jews to be in the Land
  • 05:33 and the future that God has for this place.
  • 05:36 In fact, the very place, the Holy of Holies
  • 05:38 is called "Ha'makom" "The Place"
  • 05:42 and that's why we did a series
  • 05:43 that we will show you next year
  • 05:45 called ZION FOREVER
  • 05:55 We're here on the Southern Steps
  • 05:56 No question about it
  • 05:58 this is one of those
  • 05:59 "X" marks the spot places.
  • 06:01 The 1st century steps are still here.
  • 06:03 We understand that Yeshua taught here
  • 06:05 And we see the massive Herodian stone going back to the time of the second Temple.
  • 06:11 Above it Suleiman's building from the 15th century.
  • 06:13 But no doubt about it
  • 06:15 this is one of those places
  • 06:17 where so much of Bible history took place
  • 06:19 especially at the time of Christ.
  • 06:21 One of the discoveries that was made here in the City of David
  • 06:25 is this Greek inscription
  • 06:27 carved into a block of stone.
  • 06:29 It was found by Weill at the beginning of the 20th century.
  • 06:33 Now this inscription is very important because it tells us
  • 06:35 something about Jerusalem the approach that people took
  • 06:40 to the Temple and to the institution known as the synagogue.
  • 06:43 And it tells us also,
  • 06:45 there's a detailed description here
  • 06:48 that this was a place where people who came from a great distance could stay here.
  • 06:52 So it was almost like an inn.
  • 06:54 And this meant that Jewish pilgrims who came to Jerusalem
  • 06:57 would be able to stay in this building which was located in this vicinity.
  • 07:01 And that then connects us to the Jesus story
  • 07:03 because Jesus of course found it very difficult
  • 07:06 to place Himself and His disciples within the City.
  • 07:10 They went to the Upper Room
  • 07:12 in order to have the Last Supper together
  • 07:15 Well first of all we are facing the southern wall of the Temple Mount.
  • 07:19 And the Southern Wall was the most important wall during the second Temple period
  • 07:24 because the greatest part of the population of Jerusalem
  • 07:27 lived further south
  • 07:28 in the City of David
  • 07:30 on Mount Zion
  • 07:31 on the southern part of Mount Zion.
  • 07:33 And so most of the people came to the Temple Mount
  • 07:35 through this side where the two gates which are very famous;
  • 07:39 the one which is called "The Triple Gate"
  • 07:41 which we see here
  • 07:42 and another one which is a double gate.
  • 07:44 I have to say,
  • 07:45 I have to be frank here
  • 07:47 as a scholar but as a secular person.
  • 07:49 I very much believe in the Bible.
  • 07:51 I have no doubts about the existence of the story of the Bible
  • 07:54 No doubts whatsoever because whenever I see
  • 07:57 verified
  • 07:58 proving things outside the Bible
  • 08:01 the Biblical story is being supported
  • 08:03 by 2 different academic lines.
  • 08:05 One of them is history which is documents
  • 08:06 and the other one is archaeology which stands for its own
  • 08:09 but that it needs interpreted.
  • 08:10 And we interpret it with whatever we can find.
  • 08:12 If it goes along with documents
  • 08:14 then we say "bingo" no doubts whatsoever.
  • 08:16 So if you have the book of Jeremiah being proved here with many, many chapters.
  • 08:19 If you've got things coming up from the time of Abraham,
  • 08:21 time of Patriarchs...
  • 08:23 we are talking about a great astonishing for the world today.
  • 08:26 And as we move forward
  • 08:28 yes
  • 08:29 I expect many of the other stories to be proved as well.
  • 08:31 It's quite easy as things keep popping up out of the ground >>here at the City of David.
  • 08:35 (Zachi Dvira speaking)
  • 08:36 We have evidence of the destruction of the first Temple.
  • 08:38 We have arrow heads from the destruction that the Babylonians fired on the Temple.
  • 08:43 We have a broken or smashed small figurines; clay figurines.
  • 08:50 Terra cotta fill is what we call them
  • 08:54 that attests the activity of king Joash who it is said
  • 09:04 that he smashed all the molten images.
  • 09:07 And we have many of them.
  • 09:09 You know it's so important
  • 09:11 for our viewers to see
  • 09:13 the next generation
  • 09:14 understanding Israel.
  • 09:16 Think about what Zola started 30 plus years ago.
  • 09:18 But it's important the kids get this isn't it?
  • 09:20 Right
  • 09:21 When you handle the things of the
  • 09:24 1st and 2nd century
  • 09:26 I mean these are...
  • 09:27 the rocks are literally speaking to these people
  • 09:30 about their history
  • 09:31 their heritage
  • 09:33 and the Temple that was here.
  • 09:34 It is so exciting to see their faces
  • 09:36 as they find these finds.
  • 09:38 It's amazing!
  • 09:39 Yes it is.
  • 09:40 You know it's so important for us too.
  • 09:42 We want the message of Christianity through Jewish eyes
  • 09:45 and the relevance of the state of Israel.
  • 09:47 We want it to go to the next generation.
  • 09:49 It's a passion for us.
  • 09:50 We have children in college.
  • 09:51 One just graduated.
  • 09:53 It's so exciting for us to see kids understanding the importance of Israel,
  • 09:57 the importance of their Jewish heritage.
  • 10:00 This is the City named after David himself.
  • 10:03 But we first hear about this city
  • 10:05 in the book of Samuel
  • 10:08 as the fortress of Zion.
  • 10:10 There's where we are first introduced to this City
  • 10:13 So first and foremost this is "Zion".
  • 10:15 When you talk about Jerusalem you're talking about Zion.
  • 10:19 Now "Zion" becomes synonymous for the whole country later on
  • 10:23 but Zion originally starts here.
  • 10:25 And it is the "fortress" of Zion that David conquers
  • 10:29 when he comes here approximately the year 1,000.
  • 10:32 What we're looking at behind us is the destruction era of 586
  • 10:37 when of course all of Israel goes to Babylon.
  • 10:41 But when we talk about Zion and the heart of David
  • 10:44 we can imagine it right here
  • 10:46 because David's palace was some where above us
  • 10:49 and these were sort of the upper echelon houses that existed at that time.
  • 10:54 We know that David looked from his palace
  • 10:58 and sinned with Bathsheba.
  • 11:01 We know that his longing was from above.
  • 11:04 And that's really the heart of God.
  • 11:06 God longs for Zion
  • 11:08 just they way it says here in the book of Psalms.
  • 11:12 I'm reading from Psalm 132,
  • 11:29 And it's really a picture for us
  • 11:31 of the battle between Meshiach and HaSatan, the adversary,
  • 11:34 the accuser of the brethren.
  • 11:36 It's an epic battle.
  • 11:37 It looks forward to the defeat of the devil himself.
  • 11:41 Isn't it amazing that David, a shepherd, was born in Bethlehem?
  • 11:46 Yeshua, a Shepherd of people, was born in Bethlehem.
  • 11:49 And it had to be so because the prophet Micah said in 5:2
  • 12:03 speaking of Messiah.
  • 12:04 He had to be of the House of David.
  • 12:06 He had to be of the Tribe of Judah.
  • 12:07 And He had to be Yeshua HaMashiah.
  • 12:09 There is no other.
  • 12:11 You know, David was anointed three times.
  • 12:14 Privately by Samuel in Bethlehem
  • 12:17 and then by the men of Judah a little later in the story
  • 12:20 and then finally by the elders of Israel.
  • 12:22 And here's a parallel that you may not hear elsewhere.
  • 12:25 Jesus also was anointed three times.
  • 12:27 In the womb by the angel Gabriel
  • 12:30 He was called into being.
  • 12:32 And then by the river in front of John the Baptist, John the Immersor.
  • 12:38 He was anointed before men.
  • 12:41 And then finally at the time of the ascension
  • 12:43 He was anointed with oil of joy above His fellows.
  • 12:47 He is the King of Kings.
  • 12:48 David Melech Israel pictures the coming Meshiach.
  • 13:01 Hello, I'm Wayne Fornier
  • 13:04 and I've been a supporter of Zola Levitt Ministries
  • 13:07 for many years.
  • 13:08 If you see this outreach as worthy of your financial support
  • 13:12 Please call us
  • 13:15 Visit us online
  • 13:18 or write to us.
  • 13:26 We depend on your financial sustenance.
  • 13:29 Thank you
  • 13:31 You know we want to thank you
  • 13:32 for your gifts of funds.
  • 13:33 We really depend on them
  • 13:35 and we know that you are faithfully giving.
  • 13:37 And if you've ever thought about giving
  • 13:39 would you just go ahead
  • 13:41 and just send in something small or big
  • 13:43 or whatever God puts on your heart?
  • 13:45 It helps us to bring you
  • 13:47 these shows from the Land of Israel
  • 13:50 with the Jewish perspective
  • 13:52 in the Holy Land.
  • 13:53 It's really true
  • 13:54 One of the greatest series we've done
  • 13:55 is called "The Journey of Restoration"
  • 13:57 which parallels the restoration of Israel
  • 13:59 and actually follows us on a tour.
  • 14:01 We want to re-broadcast that in 2015
  • 14:03 because we want you to have a chance to see Israel
  • 14:06 as our pilgrims see it.
  • 14:08 And of course, we always want to invite you to come with us.
  • 14:10 But we can't do any of this without your help.
  • 14:13 So thank you for your gifts of funds.
  • 14:15 And let's go now to a clip from "The Journey of Restoration".
  • 14:24 I love Israel... I love the people.
  • 14:27 Totally so... it's un describable.
  • 14:29 And it feels like home... it just feels like home.
  • 14:33 "Welcome to Jerusalem"... it just took my breath away.
  • 14:36 It just shows the finger print of God everywhere.
  • 14:38 To realize how special this city and the people were to the LORD
  • 14:43 It's God's chosen Land and Jesus walked on it.
  • 14:47 I think there's a restoration as pastor Myles talked about.
  • 14:51 How God is really gathering the Jews in.
  • 14:56 Through the blood of Jesus Christ we've been grafted-in and now this is our city also.
  • 15:11 (Myles speaking) In the southern part of Israel is the Arava
  • 15:14 a valley that stretches from the Dead Sea to the Red Sea.
  • 15:18 In modern times this valley divides Israel and Jordan.
  • 15:21 In Bible times the area just east of here was Edom
  • 15:25 which in Hebrew means "red".
  • 15:28 You can see traces of that color in the landscape
  • 15:30 as we enter Timna Park.
  • 15:33 Timna is the site of the very first copper mine.
  • 15:36 Thousands of ancient mining shafts have been found here
  • 15:39 as well as remains of smelting furnaces
  • 15:42 dating back to ancient imperial Egypt.
  • 15:45 The life size replica of the Biblical Tabernacle
  • 15:47 stands in the middle of the park
  • 15:50 where the guide Marco Saad meets our group.
  • 15:55 Jesus was our perfect sacrifice.
  • 15:57 He was the last sacrifice.
  • 15:59 Because of Jesus we don't have to bring any more animals or bring any more sacrifice.
  • 16:04 This whole tabernacle was like God's plan for salvation through Jesus.
  • 16:10 (Myles speaking) Our next stop is inside the Tabernacle
  • 16:13 This is a Holy place.
  • 16:15 And here we find some wonderful types and shadows of the coming Messiah.
  • 16:21 So this area is called Hakodesh which means "The Holy".
  • 16:24 Only the priests were allowed to be inside.
  • 16:26 We see there is different rings of holiness right throughout the courtyard
  • 16:28 which only the priests and Levites were allowed to be inside.
  • 16:31 In here after the second curtain only the priests
  • 16:33 and then after the third curtain in the Holy of Holies only the high priest only once a year.
  • 16:39 We keep moving forward in the restoration
  • 16:41 moving towards this great gift.
  • 16:43 In 1948 when this gift was given
  • 16:46 the scrolls were discovered
  • 16:48 the same time a young man named Billy Graham was released full time into his ministry
  • 16:54 and went around the world as the greatest evangelist in the modern era.
  • 16:57 God's restoring the Jewish people.
  • 17:00 He's restoring the church.
  • 17:01 He's growing Israel.
  • 17:03 He's growing the believers.
  • 17:05 There's a shared destiny that He's always looking at
  • 17:08 that's leading to the bride of Christ.
  • 17:10 (Katharine speaking) As our group gathered for prayer
  • 17:12 there was little question that after 2,000 years
  • 17:15 you could still sense the LORD's presence
  • 17:18 in this quiet little grove of olive trees.
  • 17:23 Just knowing that He's suffered the way He has suffered.
  • 17:25 And even His closest people with Him fell asleep in the process of that.
  • 17:30 And the agony of that is like aagh...you know?
  • 17:33 So this is a very peaceful place
  • 17:37 but it's only peaceful because He came here and made it peaceful.
  • 17:43 And it's so awesome to be here where Jesus was,
  • 17:48 where He agonized
  • 17:52 and knew what was coming and yet He went on ahead
  • 17:57 and died on the cross for us.
  • 18:20 Amen
  • 18:21 Amen
  • 18:23 One of the most exciting projects we have coming up this year
  • 18:26 is the story of Joseph.
  • 18:28 This series has been close to my heart.
  • 18:30 We wanted to do it for a long time
  • 18:32 because we really see that there's a parallel between
  • 18:35 Joseph and Jesus in the Bible that is so important
  • 18:38 for our Jewish family and friends
  • 18:40 to know that Yeshua is Meshiach
  • 18:43 that He is the Jewish Messiah.
  • 18:45 I know you're used to seeing Katharine with me.
  • 18:47 Thought we'd do something now.
  • 18:48 And I'd like you to meet our Joseph
  • 18:51 our young actor Yitshak Cohen
  • 18:53 who plays Joseph in our upcoming series.
  • 18:55 Yitshak...welcome.
  • 18:57 Thank you Myles.
  • 18:59 Tell us a little bit about your acting background.
  • 19:01 Thank you for inviting me Myles.
  • 19:03 Basically I was learning acting for two years, five years ago.
  • 19:10 And as I came to faith I got lost in the acting life
  • 19:16 actually, basically because in Israel we don't have much acting or drama or anything else.
  • 19:23 And then I found this Messianic body that creates every 2 years
  • 19:27 actually a big, big musical show
  • 19:31 And they have it at one time in 2 years.
  • 19:36 And I had the privilege to play in one story which is Noah's Ark
  • 19:41 and it was great.
  • 19:44 Yeah, its interesting that the believers...
  • 19:47 It's such a great possibility
  • 19:50 so much potential for the believers to tell the story of Yeshua through drama
  • 19:54 right here in the Land just as we do on television.
  • 19:57 And you're able to be part of that.
  • 19:59 Tell us about being in "Joseph"
  • 20:00 What's this experience been like?
  • 20:02 aaah...wow!
  • 20:05 Sometime you say to yourself, aaah I wish I could live in that time.
  • 20:09 And sometime like, I couldn't live in that time.
  • 20:12 So I was actually had both of this thought.
  • 20:17 And during this process I could see more closely...
  • 20:23 realize actually what Joseph in passing
  • 20:25 but actually what happened with Jesus .
  • 20:28 And although what happened with Jesus didn't finish yet.
  • 20:31 So Jesus is like the story over the whole world.
  • 20:34 And Joseph telling the story of his own family.
  • 20:37 But the symbols...
  • 20:38 It's almost correct...almost one on each other basically.
  • 20:42 It's really the time right now for the Sabras, the native born Israelis
  • 20:46 to recognize that Jesus is Jewish
  • 20:49 and that the story is Jewish
  • 20:51 and that He's Meshiach.
  • 20:53 And I feel like this is a great opportunity for them to see that.
  • 20:56 Tell us a little bit about what it was like to get put in a pit.
  • 21:00 aaah...well
  • 21:06 You know all this time you think I could not imagine what happened there
  • 21:10 and how he could actually suffer that much.
  • 21:13 And to put myself in Joseph's position
  • 21:18 and to have my brothers putting me in that pit.
  • 21:23 My brothers...my close ones.
  • 21:24 It's awful...it's crazy.
  • 21:26 And you cannot understand them.
  • 21:28 Because actually family is supposed to be the one to protect you
  • 21:30 not the one that attacked you.
  • 21:32 So this whole story...it's...
  • 21:34 It's full of God and it really looks forward to the time when
  • 21:37 our people, when the Jewish people will recognize...
  • 21:40 nationally recognize Meshiach.
  • 21:42 Yeah...yeah.
  • 21:43 We're really looking towards that.
  • 21:45 I want to ask you something about as a believer in the Land.
  • 21:47 You know it's our privilege to come and to show America, show the West what goes on here.
  • 21:53 But as a believer is there something you would like to say
  • 21:55 to either the Church or about America in general.
  • 21:59 Just as someone who was born here, came to faith here.
  • 22:02 Just look right in the camera and tell our friends at home any message you have for them.
  • 22:09 Okay guys
  • 22:12 you need to understand
  • 22:13 that basically the Messianic body
  • 22:15 here in Israel is growing
  • 22:17 and many believers from America with Jewish background
  • 22:20 coming to make Aliyah which is great.
  • 22:22 We don't have much of the world of drama, acting.
  • 22:28 We're starting growing in the music industry
  • 22:30 but we actually...
  • 22:32 I'm thankful for what you're doing here
  • 22:34 which is great.
  • 22:36 It's still a bit but it's the open gate to make something even bigger.
  • 22:40 And I think with the time we are going to have more and more believers, even actors
  • 22:46 playing in Bible stories.
  • 22:50 Well thank you for being with us today.
  • 22:54 I think that the people getting to know you will...
  • 22:57 it will actually make the story come more alive as they see you as Joseph.
  • 23:00 So we appreciate your being here.
  • 23:02 Thank you very much sir.
  • 23:03 And we want to take you now
  • 23:04 and show you some highlights
  • 23:06 from this upcoming series about Joseph.
  • 23:07 Let's go there now.
  • 23:34 (speaking in Hebrew)
  • 23:53 The language of Hebrew is so pictorial, it is so expressive, it's so poetic.
  • 23:57 And even in this situation that Joseph is in
  • 24:01 the word "Meshiach", "Anointed One"
  • 24:04 It's so close to the word, the name given to him
  • 24:06 by Potiphar and by the jail overseer.
  • 24:09 There was a spiritual connection
  • 24:11 that God was bringing for the people...
  • 24:13 and the brothers.
  • 24:14 Yes, the famine was alienation.
  • 24:18 It means being subtracted from or away from God.
  • 24:21 But all the people that God has re gathered,
  • 24:24 all the Jewish people are being brought back to His Land
  • 24:27 and being put into His plan.
  • 24:30 As we're standing here with the Al Aqsa Mosque behind us
  • 24:33 the sons of Esau have built that mosque on the land given to the sons of Jacob.
  • 24:38 And that envy, that jealousy is still being played out in our lives today here in Israel
  • 24:43 and around the world.
  • 25:51 I know you enjoyed that interview with Yitshak Cohen
  • 25:53 and also seeing some scenes from our Joseph series.
  • 25:57 We waited long to do that because we were looking for the funds to come in.
  • 26:00 We're so grateful
  • 26:02 because of your faithfulness
  • 26:03 we were able to make that series.
  • 26:05 Yeah, we really want to thank you
  • 26:06 for standing with Israel
  • 26:08 for standing with us.
  • 26:10 You know it's a valid thing to do.
  • 26:12 And we know that you know
  • 26:13 that His return is soon.
  • 26:15 So let's continue the work
  • 26:17 while it is yet day.
  • 26:19 Yeah, that's really perfect.
  • 26:20 You know we know that
  • 26:22 the Jewish roots of Christianity
  • 26:23 is such an important message.
  • 26:25 We want the West to understand
  • 26:27 where the Christian faith comes from and we want
  • 26:29 the West to stand with Israel.
  • 26:30 And we need you to help us to do that.
  • 26:33 So we want to thank you again for all you've done.
  • 26:35 And we ask you to do some more in this coming year.
  • 26:37 This is going to be with the best year yet.
  • 26:40 And you know, we like to always remind you
  • 26:42 that this is about praying for the peace of Jerusalem
  • 26:45 And so we say "Sha'a lu Shalom Yerushalayim"
  • 26:49 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem
  • 26:52 ♪ Pray for the peace of my home ♪
  • 26:59 ♪ And the whole world knows that the God of Israel ♪
  • 27:05 ♪ Moved His mighty arm ♪
  • 27:08 ♪ and He brought us back from Egypt ♪
  • 27:10 ♪ And the whole world knows ♪
  • 27:12 ♪ that our God has brought us home ♪
  • 27:14 ♪ And we pray for peace yes we pray Sha'alu Shalom ♪
  • 27:18 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 27:20 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 27:22 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 27:24 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 27:26 ♪ Yes, the whole world knows ♪
  • 27:28 ♪ that our God has brought us home ♪
  • 27:30 ♪ And we pray for peace yes we pray Sha'alu Shalom ♪
  • 27:36 ♪ All the world will ascend to Jerusalem ♪
  • 27:40 ♪ They will sing Hallelujah Amen ♪
  • 27:44 ♪ They'll give thanks for the peace of Jerusalem ♪
  • 27:48 ♪ Peace on earth and good will to all men ♪
  • 27:55 ♪ And...the... whole world knows ♪
  • 27:59 ♪ that the God of Israel moved His mighty arm ♪
  • 28:03 ♪ And He brought us back from everywhere ♪
  • 28:05 ♪ The whole world knows ♪
  • 28:07 ♪ that our God has brought us home ♪
  • 28:09 ♪ And we pray for peace ♪
  • 28:11 ♪ Yes, we pray Sha'a lu Shalom ♪
  • 28:13 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 28:15 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 28:16 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 28:18 ♪ Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai Lai ♪
  • 28:20 ♪ Yes, the whole world knows ♪
  • 28:22 ♪ that our God has brought us home ♪
  • 28:24 ♪ And we pray for peace yes we pray Sha'alu Shalom ♪♪

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