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Episode: “Brother for Brother”
Joseph’s brothers leave Simeon in Egypt as hostage until Benjamin comes. Joseph’s identity remains hidden to his brothers. The Messiah is currently hidden to most of His brothers, the Jewish people. Eitan Shishkoff reminds us that gentiles can be instrumental in end-times revival.
Series: “Joseph: Dreamer/Redeemer”
Perhaps more than any of the patriarchs in the Bible, Joseph presents us with a clear preview of the Redeemer, Yeshua Ha Mashiach. From his humble beginnings to his ascendancy as a leader of the known world, Joseph pictures the One to come. Born to humble parents, Yeshua’s suffering and ultimate sacrifice as the Lamb of God will lead to His return as the Lion of Judah. In this nine-part series, we lay bare the “Egyptian” (foreign) identity and centuries-long gentile view of Jesus and reveal Him as the Jewish Messiah and Savior of the world.

Caption transcript for Joseph: Dreamer/Redeemer — “Brother for Brother” (7/9)

  • 00:31 From the pit to the palace,
  • 00:34 From certain death to abundant life,
  • 00:38 Joseph the Patriarch
  • 00:40 who pictures Messiah.
  • 00:52 Shalom, I'm Myles Weiss
  • 00:54 and I'm Katharine Weiss.
  • 00:55 And we want to welcome you to our series on Joseph,
  • 00:57 the Dreamer and the Redeemer.
  • 00:59 Yeah, he's really a picture of Yeshua at the end of the age
  • 01:03 being revealed to not be an Egyptian,
  • 01:05 to not be a foreigner or a Gentile
  • 01:07 But to be actually the LORD of Lords, KING of Kings, the Messiah of the Jews.
  • 01:12 You know, Amos 8:11 speaks about
  • 01:14 (Speaking Hebrew)
  • 01:17 There's a time of a famine
  • 01:18 of the hearing of the Word.
  • 01:20 And we're really in a time like that right now.
  • 01:21 There's Biblical illiteracy.
  • 01:23 People are not aware of what the Bible teaches.
  • 01:26 And the Bible is the only way to understand what's going on in the world.
  • 01:29 Right, and not only that,
  • 01:31 but we're also in a time where Joseph now is testing his brothers.
  • 01:34 They've come, they need bread, they're in a time of famine.
  • 01:37 They've come because their father has sent them.
  • 01:39 But Joseph recognizes them and realizes
  • 01:42 that he needs to see if there's been repentance on their part.
  • 01:45 So he's asking them to go back and to bring the other brother.
  • 01:49 But can you imagine Myles what it would be like
  • 01:52 for their Dad Jacob to send their youngest son with them?
  • 01:57 That would be horrific.
  • 01:58 That would be hard.
  • 02:00 So Jacob is wrestling but he does come through.
  • 02:04 So let's pick up are narrative where it is right now,
  • 02:07 where Jacob is distressed but dealing with the goings on in Egypt.
  • 02:16 Jacob is delighted at the sight of his sons and the grain
  • 02:20 but Jacob's joy will be short-lived.
  • 03:38 You know, the brothers are now returning back
  • 03:41 to speak to their father about what they've encountered in Egypt.
  • 03:44 They went down to get grain
  • 03:46 and they found a stern response
  • 03:48 from the second in command.
  • 03:49 He said, you've come to spy out this land.
  • 03:52 And they said, No!
  • 03:53 We have other brothers behind us back in the land, and our father too.
  • 03:58 We're not spies, we're just simply hungry people wanting bread.
  • 04:02 And he said, you will not be able to take Simeon away from here unless you bring Benjamin.
  • 04:08 So they come back.
  • 04:09 They tell their father about what has been told to them.
  • 04:12 And you know what?
  • 04:14 Denial is broken.
  • 04:16 It's the first time that we see Jacob say,
  • 04:18 You will not bereave me of not only Joseph, Simeon and now Benjamin.
  • 04:23 You know, it's notable, the Rabbis teach
  • 04:26 that they left Simeon behind because his name means "hearing"
  • 04:31 And the Midrash, the teaching of the Rabbis over the centuries, has been related to
  • 04:35 the fact that they believe that Simeon was the one who threw Joseph in the hole
  • 04:40 and then did not listen when he heard the cries of Joseph.
  • 04:43 And so what poetic justice is being played out here?
  • 04:46 Another one that they say,
  • 04:48 is that at some point Benjamin tells the story of his life after Joseph is gone
  • 04:51 and how he named his 10 children after Joseph in certain ways.
  • 04:56 That he names one " Huppim "
  • 04:58 because Joseph wasn't at his wedding.
  • 05:00 He names one " Ehi " which means "brother"
  • 05:02 because Joseph wasn't there to be his beloved brother.
  • 05:05 It's such a very emotional teaching
  • 05:07 that's come down through the centuries.
  • 05:09 One final one that's kind of interesting
  • 05:11 is that Joseph seems to supernaturally seek them in order
  • 05:16 because he knew their ages.
  • 05:18 And he purposely put Benjamin next to himself,
  • 05:21 gave him 5 times the blessing at the table
  • 05:23 in order to say to the brothers,
  • 05:26 this is what it's like when someone is favored.
  • 05:28 How will you react to the favoritism that I'm showing this one
  • 05:32 as Jacob had shown favoritism to me?
  • 05:35 Will you judge?
  • 05:36 Will you withdraw?
  • 05:37 Will you hate?
  • 05:38 Will you do the wrong thing?
  • 05:40 Or will you understand that it's God's sovereignty that puts favor on one and elevates him.
  • 05:45 And so we have things we can learn from the Rabbis
  • 05:48 as we continue in the Biblical narrative.
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  • 07:08 Jacob had hoped that time would somehow change things.
  • 07:12 But the famine continues.
  • 07:14 No crops...
  • 07:15 Empty grain sacks...
  • 07:17 Without bread on the table
  • 07:19 Jacob's family could soon die of starvation.
  • 07:23 The writing was on the wall.
  • 07:25 His sons would have to return to Egypt...
  • 07:28 with Benjamin.
  • 07:34 As we get to the point of the
  • 07:36 reunion of all of the sons
  • 07:39 I can't help but think about
  • 07:41 how the Gospel is revealed
  • 07:43 through the Old Testament stories.
  • 07:46 The birth of Jacob's sons,
  • 07:48 the 12 Tribes,
  • 07:49 actually tell the story of our relationship with Messiah
  • 07:52 and our walking into life with him.
  • 07:55 Think about it.
  • 07:56 The firstborn son, his name is "Reuben"
  • 07:59 and it means "See, a son",
  • 08:01 pointing to Yeshua ,
  • 08:02 pointing to the firstborn of many brethren, the Messiah.
  • 08:07 The second son, "Simeon"
  • 08:09 whose name means "Hearing".
  • 08:11 Think about that.
  • 08:12 We see the son and then we hear,
  • 08:14 this is the Son of God.
  • 08:15 We begin to be drawn to him
  • 08:17 and that's why the third son is "Levi"
  • 08:20 which means "to be joined with"
  • 08:21 And now a considering, the being joined with the Son of God.
  • 08:26 Fourth son is "Judah" whose name means "Praise".
  • 08:29 Once we begin to get a hold of the fact that
  • 08:31 this story is real, it's Jewish, it's Gospel,
  • 08:34 then we are ready to praise the LORD.
  • 08:37 And then comes "Dan".
  • 08:39 Dan means "Judgment"
  • 08:40 and our sins judged.
  • 08:42 And if we are faithful enough to say, yes I am the man; I am a sinner in need of a Savior.
  • 08:47 And then we begin the wrestling match.
  • 08:49 "Naphtali" the next son means "Wrestling".
  • 08:52 We wrestle with God until he wins.
  • 08:55 Which is certainly what happened to me.
  • 08:56 It happened to many of you.
  • 08:58 And then we become part of "Gad" which means "Troop".
  • 09:00 We're joined to the body, to the body of Christ, the body of Messiah.
  • 09:04 And we have a family which leads to "Asher" the next born son
  • 09:08 whose name means "Joy".
  • 09:10 And there's joy because the life is in the blood
  • 09:12 and the blood flows through the body.
  • 09:15 The next son is "Issachar".
  • 09:16 Remember the sons of Issachar knew the times and seasons.
  • 09:19 It's a picture of wisdom.
  • 09:20 We begin to grow with the LORD.
  • 09:22 We begin to learn about who he is.
  • 09:24 And we come to "Zebulun"
  • 09:26 whose name means "Occupy".
  • 09:27 We find our destiny, our placement in the body and in this life
  • 09:31 and what we're supposed to do with the life that we've been given.
  • 09:34 And then comes "Joseph".
  • 09:36 Joseph means "Fruitful" or "God has added"
  • 09:39 and praise the LORD if we faithfully continue to walk with him
  • 09:42 we become more and more fruitful, we grow up into mature sons of God.
  • 09:47 And the last and final name of the tribe is "Benjamin",
  • 09:51 "The Son of my Right Hand".
  • 09:53 And it pictures the warrior picking up the sword,
  • 09:56 standing with the LORD and going into spiritual warfare for the
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  • 15:43 when you come with us to Israel
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  • 15:47 way that you could not foresee.
  • 15:49 Just try to imagine
  • 15:50 the Sea of Galilee like glass
  • 15:52 and worship going up
  • 15:54 from a worship boat
  • 15:54 in the middle of the sea as we
  • 15:56 lift up the Name of the LORD.
  • 15:58 As you see the surrounding areas
  • 16:00 the "Gospel Triangle" we call it
  • 16:02 where Yeshua did so much of his work
  • 16:05 before he went to Jerusalem.
  • 16:07 You will see the Holy sites.
  • 16:08 You'll walk where Yeshua walked
  • 16:10 and you will see
  • 16:11 the ancient story of the
  • 16:13 Jewish presence in the Land.
  • 16:14 We really encourage you
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  • 16:20 It's a trip of a lifetime.
  • 16:22 So we are in this
  • 16:23 deep, deep time for Jacob
  • 16:26 wrestling with the giving up of his sons,
  • 16:29 the loss, the threat of moral loss.
  • 16:32 It's just a really difficult time as a parent.
  • 16:36 It's hard to imagine.
  • 16:37 Well, you know, maybe we haven't been second in the command to Pharaoh
  • 16:41 but we've been in an opportunity
  • 16:43 where we could get back at somebody who has done us wrong.
  • 16:46 And maybe God has elevated us so we could retaliate.
  • 16:51 But God is even helping Joseph to have restraint now at this time.
  • 16:56 He's simply measuring out to see if the brothers have changed
  • 17:00 And yes, Jacob is having to send now his youngest one Benjamin.
  • 17:05 And I can't imagine losing or sending my youngest son ever.
  • 17:10 Stephen...
  • 17:11 Actually Stephen Joseph.
  • 17:13 I named him after Joseph.
  • 17:15 The LORD named him that.
  • 17:16 And he is a crown to us.
  • 17:18 And so for the heartbreak of Jacob to have to send another son away
  • 17:24 not knowing if he'd return takes a great amount of faith.
  • 17:28 And that's what we see through the Patriarchs of the wrestling
  • 17:32 and yet God sustaining them.
  • 17:34 It's hard for us as parents to relate to what it would be like
  • 17:38 to go through what Jacob is going through.
  • 17:40 But in a way, his earlier life before he was changed to Israel
  • 17:44 and the deception that he was involved in, in different ways
  • 17:47 now is coming back on him in a certain way.
  • 17:49 There's a measure of recompense going on
  • 17:53 but it's still heartbreaking for us as we looked at his parents.
  • 17:57 Isaiah 55:6 says,
  • 18:04 And that's what we're seeing now.
  • 18:06 The family is going to have to call on the LORD in a new way
  • 18:09 as they go back to Egypt to confront this man
  • 18:13 who they do not yet know is actually their brother Joseph.
  • 18:16 Let's go there.
  • 19:29 The journey to Egypt would be different this time.
  • 19:33 Jacob's sons were taking the very best they had in exchange for grain
  • 19:38 and for the return of their brother Simeon.
  • 19:41 Most importantly they were accompanied by their youngest brother Benjamin
  • 19:47 just as Joseph had requested.
  • 19:50 This time it was life or death.
  • 19:57 As you know, my Jewish people read through the Bible
  • 20:01 year by year, week by week.
  • 20:03 And this passage about the reunion
  • 20:05 and the part of the story we're at now is called Mikeitz ".
  • 20:09 And it means "at the end of".
  • 20:11 Isn't that amazing that this story of Joseph,
  • 20:14 the end of the book of " Bereshit ", "Genesis"
  • 20:18 is about the end of the age as well.
  • 20:21 It's so perfect, it's so appropriate
  • 20:23 because the story of Joseph is about the hidden-ness of Messiah
  • 20:28 and the Revelation of Messiah as the Deliverer of Jacob.
  • 20:32 Think about it.
  • 20:33 It's called...
  • 20:38 And Joseph is hidden from his brethren,
  • 20:41 he's hidden from Jacob.
  • 20:43 He has Egyptian clothing,
  • 20:44 an Egyptian wife.
  • 20:46 And he is shaved like an Egyptian.
  • 20:48 He has an Egyptian name that has been given to him by Pharaoh.
  • 20:51 He is unrecognizable to his own brothers, his own Jewish people.
  • 20:56 Isn't that the situation that we've had with Jesus for 2,000 years?
  • 21:01 I know growing up in New York I thought he was a foreign god.
  • 21:04 I thought the one thing that defines the Jewish people
  • 21:08 is that we do not believe in Jesus.
  • 21:10 And yet here we are near the end of the age
  • 21:12 looking for the coming of Messiah,
  • 21:14 looking for the return of Yeshua .
  • 21:16 And he is being revealed in our midst
  • 21:18 to Jews and Gentiles alike
  • 21:20 as the Jewish Messiah.
  • 21:23 Romans 11:26 says,
  • 21:32 And that's what we're seeing in the story of Joseph
  • 21:35 as Jacob and his children are going to be reunited
  • 21:39 with the one that has been lost but now is found.
  • 21:41 And it's also what we're seeing on planet earth as
  • 21:44 we are turning towards the LORD and he's turning towards us.
  • 21:48 And the sins of Jacob are being washed away.
  • 21:51 What an incredible story.
  • 21:53 What a beautiful, poetic story
  • 21:56 about the hidden-ness of God being revealed in our midst.
  • 22:00 And the only answer available to us
  • 22:02 being revealed as Yeshua HaMachiach .
  • 22:09 Just as Joseph is hidden from his brothers
  • 22:11 and they don't yet know who he is,
  • 22:13 you may be asking as you see this program,
  • 22:15 who is this Jesus that these two are calling " Yeshua "?
  • 22:19 What is this person?
  • 22:20 Who is this Messiah, the Savior that they're talking about?
  • 22:24 And that's a really good question to ask.
  • 22:26 I know that there have been times in our lives
  • 22:28 when we had to ask that very question.
  • 22:31 Are you who you say you are?
  • 22:33 And come out of hiding.
  • 22:35 Ask the LORD to reveal himself.
  • 22:36 To come out of hiding.
  • 22:38 He's not consciously hiding from us
  • 22:40 but our own sin keeps us from seeing who he really is.
  • 22:44 Right, he wants to reveal himself to us.
  • 22:46 but sometimes we don't want to receive him in the way he's coming.
  • 22:50 He might be coming with a hand of love.
  • 22:53 Or he might be coming with a hand of correction.
  • 22:56 God is for us.
  • 22:57 That much I can say.
  • 22:58 No matter where you are he's for you.
  • 23:00 You might feel like he's not but he is.
  • 23:03 He's a good God and his mercies are new every morning.
  • 23:06 And he's going to show himself strong on Joseph's behalf and on Jacob's behalf.
  • 23:11 That's good.
  • 23:12 So that's what this program is really about,
  • 23:14 that we want to see the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
  • 23:17 reveal himself to everyone who sees this.
  • 23:20 We're blessed to be in partnership with Eitan Shishkoff
  • 23:23 He's a pioneer, a Messianic leader in Israel.
  • 23:27 And he is going to speak to us now about this revelation
  • 23:31 of who Jesus is at the end of the age
  • 23:33 and also the cooperation that God is building between Jews and Gentiles.
  • 23:38 Let's hear from Eitan right now.
  • 23:42 In the saga of Joseph's life
  • 23:44 we see that his time with
  • 23:46 the Gentiles was a key time
  • 23:49 in all that God used him to do.
  • 23:51 And this is also reflected in the life and
  • 23:54 in the relationships of the Jewish people and of Israel.
  • 23:58 We read in the book of Isaiah, chapter 60...
  • 24:07 and just a couple of verses later...
  • 24:15 I wrote of this in my book, "What About Us?"
  • 24:18 The roll of the Gentiles in Israel's end time revival.
  • 24:23 Which I believe that the life of Joseph carries a key
  • 24:27 to the relationship between the Jewish people, especially Messianic Jews
  • 24:31 and the Gentile believers, the disciples of Jesus around the world.
  • 24:36 This relationship is so strong in the life of Joseph
  • 24:41 that I can't escape the parallels with the 60th chapter of the book of Isaiah
  • 24:49 where God also speaks about the fact that the sons of foreigners will build your walls.
  • 24:54 He talks in glowing terms about how the Gentiles will be used
  • 24:59 at the end of the age to help prosper Israel
  • 25:02 and really to help us come back to a faith in the Living God.
  • 25:07 We know that we're not self-sufficient as a nation
  • 25:09 neither economically nor otherwise.
  • 25:12 And we greatly prize our relationship of friendship
  • 25:17 with America, with other nations.
  • 25:20 There are growing relationships with places in Asia like India and China
  • 25:23 that are becoming also economic superpowers.
  • 25:27 What this tells me is that there are very interesting days ahead
  • 25:31 in which we will see the parallels
  • 25:33 between Joseph and modern Israel repeated again and again.
  • 25:37 Watch for it...
  • 25:39 and I believe you will be inspired.
  • 25:42 Just as we see this remarkable connection between Egypt and the Israelites
  • 25:47 we're going to see in the days ahead strange alliances and new treaties;
  • 25:52 new alignment of nations as nations decide
  • 25:54 if they're going to be "sheep nations" - that is, for Israel and for the LORD,
  • 25:59 or "goat nations" - turning against Israel and against the LORD.
  • 26:02 And we really see that.
  • 26:04 And I'm grateful to Eitan that he touched on that.
  • 26:06 And his new book is about that.
  • 26:08 His book is called "What About Us?"
  • 26:10 speaking of the Gentiles at the end of the age.
  • 26:12 And he goes through the history of cooperation between the two.
  • 26:16 So watch for new alignments
  • 26:17 and pray for America
  • 26:19 that we will be a "sheep nation"
  • 26:20 Yeah, we're involved with several things overseas,
  • 26:22 not only what we do here
  • 26:24 but more and more Asia and India and South America are standing with Israel like never before.
  • 26:31 And it's the Americas that we don't see so often in Israel.
  • 26:35 But it is the nations that are coming
  • 26:38 and I don't want you to be left out of the blessing
  • 26:41 that's in it for us as we stand with Israel, we stand with his chosen people,
  • 26:45 and we align ourselves scripturally to what he's doing.
  • 26:48 We are in the days, the end of days.
  • 26:51 And we know how it turns out and where we want to line up don't we Myles?
  • 26:55 We don't want to be on the wrong side of history.
  • 26:57 No we don't.
  • 26:58 And America has a wonderful history of standing with Israel.
  • 27:01 And we're jealous over that.
  • 27:02 We want that to continue because we know as Genesis 12:1-3 says
  • 27:07 there will be a blessing in it
  • 27:09 for those who bless the sons of Abraham.
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Episodes in this series

  1. Jealousy and Rejection
  2. Betrayal and Deception
  3. Innocence and Accusation
  4. Faithfulness from Prison
  5. Prisoner to Prime Minister
  6. Famine and Recognition
  7. Brother for Brother
  8. Longing and Revelation
  9. Substitution and Redemption

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