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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.
Episode: “Longing and Revelation”
At home, Jacob longs for the return of his sons; in Egypt, Joseph reveals himself to his brothers. Yeshua reveals Himself through the Scriptures, just as He did on the road to Emmaus. Eitan Shishkoff compares Joseph’s life to Israel’s history.

Caption transcript for Joseph: Dreamer/Redeemer — “Longing and Revelation” (8/9)

  • 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 and welcome to our program, I'm Myles Weiss
  • 00:55 and I'm Katharine Weiss.
  • 00:56 And we want to welcome you to our series,
  • 00:58 "Joseph, Dreamer - Redeemer".
  • 01:00 You know, God gives us so much in the life of Joseph,
  • 01:04 there's so much written about him for our own encouragement,
  • 01:07 for our own exhortation and comfort.
  • 01:10 Because they'll be times in our life
  • 01:12 maybe God has given us a vision, given us a plan for our lives
  • 01:16 but we find ourselves in a pit
  • 01:18 or in a "so-called" pit and in a "so-called" prison,
  • 01:22 a place where we feel limited or restricted.
  • 01:25 But God is taking us to the palace to rule with him.
  • 01:29 And it is in the lessons that we've learned when we're in those low places
  • 01:33 that we're able to rule with compassion and wisdom.
  • 01:36 That's good and we're really beginning to see Joseph as a man of compassion.
  • 01:40 We're going to get to the reunion of him with his youngest brother Benjamin
  • 01:45 and how poignant that is for him.
  • 01:48 And all the family dynamics that are in this are so accessible for us and yet at the same time
  • 01:53 they speak to the majesty of who Yeshua is;
  • 01:56 Joseph as a type of Jesus.
  • 01:59 And now more than ever where we are in time
  • 02:02 it's so important that we understand
  • 02:04 both the church international,
  • 02:06 the Gentile church and Jewish people
  • 02:09 understand that Yeshua is the Jewish Messiah and the Savior of the world.
  • 02:13 So, let's go now to our story.
  • 02:16 Let's pick it up where the reunion takes place
  • 02:19 and we'll see the family begin to wrestle with the past, the present and the future.
  • 02:30 The sons of Jacob arrive back in Egypt
  • 02:33 and are immediately escorted into Joseph's courtyard.
  • 04:01 You know, Israel is the land of miracles.
  • 04:05 It's the land of the Bible.
  • 04:07 It's the land where all of the stories of the Bible take place
  • 04:09 and we're standing here now near a building that was built
  • 04:13 to commemorate the road to Emmaus, the story of Yeshua .
  • 04:17 And we thought it would be a really good place to continue our story
  • 04:20 because of the revelation of who Joseph is.
  • 04:23 And the reunification of Joseph and his brothers
  • 04:25 is such a picture of what is happening in the day in which we're living
  • 04:29 as Yeshua is revealing himself to the people of Israel.
  • 04:32 Right near here is where Joshua commanded the sun to stand still in the Valley of Aijalon.
  • 04:38 And right near here is where the Maccabees defeated the Seleucids
  • 04:41 which led to what we know as " Hanukkah ", the Feast of Dedication.
  • 04:45 We come to this story where Joseph says to his brothers,
  • 04:48 you meant it for evil but God meant it for good that he might save you and many lives.
  • 04:54 God has ordained that Joseph be the place of provision
  • 04:58 for not only himself but his brothers and his father.
  • 05:02 His father had grown so sick in heart for the loss that he occurred over these years.
  • 05:07 Even when the brothers went back to tell him that Joseph was alive,
  • 05:11 at first he didn't believe, he was numb, he was in unbelief.
  • 05:15 And isn't that how unbelief happens in our life.
  • 05:17 It causes us to shrink back and to lose heart.
  • 05:20 But it says further on in the Scripture that God revived Israel.
  • 05:25 God calls him Jacob... his name is Jacob
  • 05:29 but every time God brings fresh revelation he calls him Israel.
  • 05:34 Proverbs tells us that hope deferred makes the heart sick
  • 05:36 but the answer is a tree of life.
  • 05:38 And isn't that the situation that Jacob - Israel is in?
  • 05:42 The blessing is going to come.
  • 05:44 In fact, Exodus 20:6 tells us,
  • 05:50 And that's what we're about to experience in our story
  • 05:52 as they work out all the difficulty of the pain of the past
  • 05:56 and look forward to the blessing of the future.
  • 05:59 There's going to come some promises asked of one another.
  • 06:03 Jacob is going to want to be buried in Machpelah.
  • 06:05 And Joseph is going to want to be buried in Shechem where he went and saw his brothers.
  • 06:10 Remember Jacob sent Joseph out originally
  • 06:13 to find out about the shalom of his brothers in Shechem.
  • 06:17 We say in King James "shek-hem"
  • 06:19 Here in Israel we say "shkem".
  • 06:21 It's been renamed "Nablus" by the Arabs who dwell there now,
  • 06:25 the Muslims who dwell there now.
  • 06:27 Machpelah also is in Hevron which is under contest also regarding the land itself.
  • 06:33 And I think it's important to recognize that the blessing
  • 06:37 that God intends for the Jewish people,
  • 06:39 for the descendants of Jacob and his descendants of Joseph is including the land.
  • 06:46 And this land is under discussion right now.
  • 06:49 And this tiny little piece of land is continually under assault
  • 06:52 that it needs to be divided up or withheld or given away
  • 06:56 and it is just wrong.
  • 06:57 The fact the places where these stories take place
  • 07:01 it is actually the heartland of Israel.
  • 07:04 This place Emmaus which means "warm springs"
  • 07:06 and it's the place where the disciples will meet with Yeshua .
  • 07:10 And as he reveals himself their hearts will burn with the desire to know him.
  • 07:21 Our offer on this program...
  • 07:23 the DVD series
  • 07:25 "Joseph, Dreamer - Redeemer"
  • 07:27 From his humble beginnings
  • 07:29 to ascendancy as leader of the known world,
  • 07:31 Joseph pictures the one to come.
  • 07:34 This series lays bare the Egyptian identity of Joseph
  • 07:37 as well as the centuries long Gentile view of Jesus
  • 07:41 revealing him as the Jewish Messiah
  • 07:44 and Savior of the world.
  • 07:45 Nine 30-minute programs on two DVD's.
  • 07:49 "Joseph, Dreamer - Redeemer"
  • 07:55 Joseph is overcome by the sight of his brother Benjamin.
  • 07:59 At last his dreams have come true.
  • 08:27 Joseph lavishes upon his brothers the very best that the land of Egypt had to offer.
  • 08:33 But they couldn't help but wonder,
  • 08:36 what did this all mean?
  • 08:38 And what would happen next?
  • 08:50 Joseph tells his steward to fill their sacks with as much grain as they could hold.
  • 08:55 Replace everyone's money, he says, just as you did before.
  • 09:02 And here...put this in Benjamin's sack as well.
  • 09:18 Emmaus is the perfect place
  • 09:19 to draw the parallel
  • 09:21 between Joseph revealing
  • 09:23 himself to his brothers
  • 09:24 and Yeshua revealing himself
  • 09:26 to his brothers - the disciples.
  • 09:28 Remember, all the first disciples were Jewish people.
  • 09:31 And the story takes place here
  • 09:33 where after the crucifixion
  • 09:35 the disciples were heading west,
  • 09:38 heading west as the Gospel is about to go west.
  • 09:41 And they are distraught because of what had just happened in Jerusalem
  • 09:44 with the crucifixion of Yeshua .
  • 09:47 And he comes up to them in a somewhat humorous and interesting way
  • 09:51 reveals himself to them slowly by preaching to them
  • 09:54 what's been called "The Gospel according to Moses".
  • 09:57 I love that.
  • 09:58 Because if you look through the Hebrew Scriptures
  • 10:01 with a view towards the identity of Messiah
  • 10:03 it is so clear that the Torah, that the Prophets and that the Wisdom Books
  • 10:08 all point to Yeshua HaMashiach .
  • 10:11 They point to Jesus and the finished work of the cross.
  • 10:14 The essential part of "The Gospel according to Moses"
  • 10:17 is that call of Abraham to come and sacrifice his son.
  • 10:21 God says, your son, your only son whom you love.
  • 10:24 Now, Abraham had Ishmael as well.
  • 10:28 But this was the son, the miracle son that was given to him provided by the LORD,
  • 10:33 just as Yeshua was provided to Miriam and Yoseph by the LORD as well.
  • 10:38 A miraculous birth.
  • 10:40 Luke 24 we see the Disciples in pain, emotional pain over the crucifixion.
  • 10:47 And they're walking down this road when Yeshua comes to them.
  • 10:51 And he talks to them about who he is, from the Scripture.
  • 10:56 Genesis 22 forms the central part of the "akedah", the "binding of Isaac".
  • 11:01 Some people according to the timing of the death of Sarah
  • 11:05 and her relationship to the age of Isaac, that he was probably
  • 11:09 around 37 years old when he went up that mountain with Abraham.
  • 11:14 You know throughout the centuries art has depicted Isaac as a young boy,
  • 11:17 but he's really most likely a young man
  • 11:20 because he had to voluntarily lay his life down
  • 11:23 just as Yeshua would voluntarily lay his life down for you and for me.
  • 11:29 He's called " Se Ha'Elohim ".
  • 11:31 He is the Lamb, the Provision of God.
  • 11:34 Just as we see in that story with Isaac
  • 11:36 that the ram caught in the thicket produces the name of God as...
  • 11:45 He knows what we need.
  • 11:46 So Yeshua is unveiling who he is from the Scriptures
  • 11:51 to the disciples on the road to Emmaus.
  • 11:54 And then when the timing is right he breaks bread and disappears.
  • 11:58 What a story.
  • 12:00 The supernatural revelation of the Son of God.
  • 12:03 And in our story of Joseph
  • 12:05 we're coming to the unveiling of who he is to his family
  • 12:09 to complete the story.
  • 12:11 To let them see that there's only one way for provision to come to them.
  • 12:15 And Joseph will be the provision for Egypt, for the world,
  • 12:19 Yeshua as Savior of the world and for the Jewish people,
  • 12:22 the Sons of Jacob, the Israel people as well.
  • 12:25 My people today are looking for more of God,
  • 12:29 looking for more about him.
  • 12:31 We're hungry for who He is.
  • 12:33 As the nations come against Jerusalem
  • 12:35 it becomes more and more pressing of an issue that we know HaShem, God;
  • 12:41 and that we know HaMashiach, Yeshua.
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  • 14:36 And the life of Joseph is continually being a strength to all of our lives
  • 14:40 to remind us that God is sovereign.
  • 14:43 We might find ourselves in adverse circumstances.
  • 14:46 But God has a plan.
  • 14:48 And God has also given Joseph a plan
  • 14:50 right about this time Myles
  • 14:52 in the dialogue of the Scripture that we're studying.
  • 14:54 He's put something in one of the bags.
  • 14:57 And it's a silver cup.
  • 14:58 And to me, we know the silver cup is the cup of redemption.
  • 15:02 And whose did he put it in?
  • 15:03 Benjamin's bag.
  • 15:05 And he also laid a little test
  • 15:06 to see how his brothers would do with this.
  • 15:09 Would they throw Benjamin under the bus, in the pit?
  • 15:14 Or would they lay down their lives for their brother?
  • 15:17 And we're going to see what will happen.
  • 15:19 It's really a picture of the awakening of conscience
  • 15:21 that leads to salvation.
  • 15:23 When something comes to us, adverse circumstances, or life happens,
  • 15:26 and how we respond often at first is with the awakening of this conscience
  • 15:31 as we find this fulfillment of the Word that says that
  • 15:34 it's God's kindness leads to repentance.
  • 15:37 And so we're seeing this test for the brothers
  • 15:40 but also we see the sovereignty of God in this as well.
  • 15:44 Because the Scripture tells us in Hosea 5:3
  • 15:46 (Speaking Hebrew)
  • 15:56 No matter what is going on in the life of Joseph, Jacob, the brothers;
  • 16:00 God is sovereign; he's in charge.
  • 16:02 And I would say that for you as well.
  • 16:04 So let's pick up our Biblical narrative
  • 16:06 as the family continues to work out the reunion.
  • 16:13 And so Joseph's brothers head back again to Canaan,
  • 16:17 their bags bursting with grain.
  • 16:19 Enough, they hope, to keep bread on their tables until the end of the famine.
  • 16:24 Things looked good.
  • 16:27 Benjamin was safe and alongside.
  • 16:30 They were certain their father would be well pleased.
  • 17:43 We're here in a Byzantine Basilica
  • 17:45 on the road to Emmaus,
  • 17:47 that faithful place
  • 17:48 where Yeshua revealed himself to the distraught disciples
  • 17:51 in Luke 24.
  • 17:53 And this story just as that story
  • 17:55 is a story of redemption,
  • 17:57 the story of Joseph and his brothers
  • 17:59 the story of Joseph with Egypt.
  • 18:01 It's a story of redemption even when the grain was sent by Joseph with the brothers
  • 18:05 he put a silver cup in there to test them.
  • 18:08 And silver cups always remind us of redemption and the wedding feast, the marriage to come.
  • 18:15 You know in ancient Israel when a young man wanted to marry a girl
  • 18:18 he would put a silver cup before her
  • 18:20 and if she drank from that cup she drank the cup of redemption.
  • 18:24 It's the same cup that Yeshua used to begin the communion service at the Passover Seder.
  • 18:31 And that always looks towards the provision of God to bring humanity to himself.
  • 18:37 And that's what the story of Joseph is about.
  • 18:41 When Yeshua revealed himself to the disciples he preached the Gospel of Moses.
  • 18:45 He told them who he was,
  • 18:47 going through the Scriptures with them
  • 18:48 and letting them see how every Scripture spoke about him.
  • 18:53 He took them to Deuteronomy 6:5 and said to them,
  • 18:56 (Speaking Hebrew)
  • 19:06 And he added Leviticus 19:18
  • 19:09 (Speaking Hebrew)
  • 19:14 It's been said by the Rabbis
  • 19:16 that the truth of the Torah could be taught standing on one foot.
  • 19:20 Because those two principles, love God, love others,
  • 19:23 are the core of the story of Yeshua HaMashiach .
  • 19:27 It's the story of God's desire to speak through Israel to the entire world.
  • 19:32 That Israel would be a light to the nations.
  • 19:35 And we're in that place in our story right now.
  • 19:37 Isn't God amazing?
  • 19:39 The seventeen years that they had together
  • 19:42 when Joseph was young before his brothers threw him in the pit
  • 19:45 is matched by the 17 years that Jacob will have, Israel will have
  • 19:50 with Joseph at the end of his life.
  • 19:52 God bookends that loss in the middle
  • 19:55 but those wonderful years on either side.
  • 19:57 What a good God.
  • 19:59 He is a mathematical genius.
  • 20:01 He is the only one who can make these perfect symmetrical moments out of creation
  • 20:07 where people themselves are living out the story of the LORD
  • 20:12 And Joseph is getting ready to completely reveal himself
  • 20:14 and he'll be able to say in truth, you meant it for evil but God meant it for good.
  • 20:20 I don't know what you're facing in your life
  • 20:22 but I do know that whatever the circumstances
  • 20:25 God wants to use it together as Romans 8:28 tells us.
  • 20:35 As you've surrendered your life to the LORD,
  • 20:36 as you walk with the LORD,
  • 20:38 as you get to know him
  • 20:40 he will take even the trials and circumstances of your life and use them for good.
  • 20:44 And that's what we're seeing here.
  • 20:46 I'm thinking about this reunification that's coming
  • 20:49 and we're going to be looking towards the empty tomb
  • 20:51 and the future of all the world having to choose "yes" or "no" about Messiah.
  • 20:57 And that's hidden in the story of Joseph about to be revealed.
  • 21:00 And as we go from this place I wanted to call my Jewish people to the LORD.
  • 21:06 I want to call you and your family to the LORD as well.
  • 21:09 Just receive this as from the LORD.
  • 21:12 (Myles singing)
  • 21:13Shema Yisrael
  • 21:16Adonai Eloheinu
  • 21:20Adonai Echad ♪♪
  • 21:24 "Hear O Israel"
  • 21:26 "The LORD our God, The LORD is One"
  • 21:29 The story of Joseph is a hidden story
  • 21:33 about Mashiach ben David
  • 21:36 The One, the greater son of David who is coming as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.
  • 21:49 Not only do we see Joseph as Jesus throughout this series
  • 21:52 but we begin to see ourselves in the brothers.
  • 21:55 Just think about this.
  • 21:56 How their conscious is awakening
  • 21:58 and they're looking for ways to do what we might do as well.
  • 22:01 They're trying to...they're scheming in a way to buy corners
  • 22:05 there's something we can do of ourselves to get involved in this
  • 22:08 instead of receiving the grace that is coming.
  • 22:10 I think about when we do baptisms at the Jordan River.
  • 22:14 I tell the story of Naaman who had to receive the gift of healing.
  • 22:18 Or the prodigal who wakes up in the corn crib and says I'll go back and be a hired servant.
  • 22:23 But God has something greater for us.
  • 22:25 Well there's a personal responsibility that God wants us to take
  • 22:28 when we receive that silver cup
  • 22:30 we receive personal responsibility for the sin that we've committed.
  • 22:34 Yes
  • 22:35 And also receive it as a gift.
  • 22:37 So it's both ends, just like you were saying.
  • 22:39 And I love the picture of Joseph.
  • 22:41 I'm gaining so much from his life and I hope you are too.
  • 22:44 He's a perfect picture of Christ.
  • 22:46 His brother's despised him, sold him for silver.
  • 22:49 He was taken to Egypt.
  • 22:51 He was put into prison.
  • 22:52 He was put into shackles.
  • 22:54 He was with two in the prison; two men.
  • 22:57 And here we see how God through great suffering brings great exaltation to him.
  • 23:03 Yes, it's amazing.
  • 23:04 We are blessed throughout this series to be hearing from Eitan Shishkoff,
  • 23:08 our dear friend who's a leader in the Messianic movement and in Israel.
  • 23:12 Let's go to Eitan as he expounds on the story of Joseph.
  • 23:17 The name Joseph is synonymous
  • 23:20 both with suffering
  • 23:21 and with success.
  • 23:23 In this portion of what
  • 23:26 I've been sharing about
  • 23:27 the parallels between
  • 23:29 the life of Joseph
  • 23:30 and the history of Israel
  • 23:31 I'd like to touch on the portion
  • 23:33 that is successful,
  • 23:34 the prosperity that took place
  • 23:37 as Joseph was assigned the role
  • 23:39 of feeding all of Egypt.
  • 23:42 We read in Genesis...
  • 24:02 This speaks to me of what has become of modern Israel.
  • 24:05 Our country is incredibly successful.
  • 24:08 We're a nation of only 8 million people
  • 24:11 and yet we're listed as 23rd out of 133 nations in economic competiveness.
  • 24:18 Our highways are bursting with cars.
  • 24:22 The skyscrapers are rising up apartment towers.
  • 24:25 The marketplaces is flooded with goods and people buying them.
  • 24:29 This is a modern nation that really has risen literally
  • 24:33 out of the graves of the holocaust.
  • 24:36 Isaiah spoke of it and he said,
  • 24:41 That really has happened.
  • 24:43 It really did happen in the life of Joseph.
  • 24:45 And it's happening in the life of Israel.
  • 24:47 How has it happened and why?
  • 24:49 Those are legitimate questions.
  • 24:51 Well I believe for one thing
  • 24:53 when the immigrant Jewish people have returned to this country
  • 24:57 they have had to work, they've been motivated.
  • 25:00 And they've brought a pent up desire and ability of centuries, really thousands of years.
  • 25:06 Secondly we see that it's the blessing of God.
  • 25:10 He promised that he would do this when he brought us back to the land.
  • 25:13 And finally could it be that this is also a preparation for
  • 25:17 a time of want as it was in the life of Joseph?
  • 25:21 If that's the case we need to be like Joseph;
  • 25:24 alert, applying ourselves
  • 25:26 and ready to glorify God no matter what the circumstance.
  • 25:33 It's always great to hear from Eitan.
  • 25:35 He brings such insight as a citizen of Israel.
  • 25:38 And having lived with the restoration that's taking place
  • 25:41 we see that modern application.
  • 25:43 Some folks have said that the United Nations and the world community blinked for a moment
  • 25:48 because of the compassion they felt after the 6 million were killed in Europe.
  • 25:53 And so the State of Israel was born.
  • 25:55 But we know that it's been God's plan for restoration
  • 25:58 because He's compassionate.
  • 26:00 And we see that in the life of Joseph as well.
  • 26:02 Do you know he weeps 7 times over his brothers, over the story that is unfolding.
  • 26:08 I think he let God mold him
  • 26:11 and he let God make him the man that God wanted him to be
  • 26:14 when he gave him the dream way back when.
  • 26:16 You know Joseph must have trusted in the God of El Elyon the Sovereign God.
  • 26:21 We see his life begin to come to...God you meant this for something.
  • 26:27 You sent me here ahead to save...
  • 26:30 so he came to the realization before his brothers did.
  • 26:33 Of that God can work all things together for good.
  • 26:35 Romans 8:28
  • 26:37 And we do see that playing out in this incredible tale.
  • 26:41 And it reminds me of Ephesians 2:8 because it's such an obvious work of God.
  • 26:47 Sending him ahead and preparing just as he does in your life and in mine.
  • 26:51 So think about this...
  • 26:59 God in his sovereignty saves our souls by his incredible grace
  • 27:04 that we don't deserve and that he gives the gift and he gives us the faith to believe in him.
  • 27:10 It's a miracle.
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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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