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Series: “Called Together”
This series focuses on how gentile Christians are beginning to recognize their Messianic brothers and sisters (Jewish believers in Jesus/Yeshua) as the “natural olive branch.” The Lord calls us to work together to bring the Messiah especially to the House of Israel. From the studio, David and Kirsten Hart present these eight programs that feature on-location Bible teaching from “Our Man in Haifa” Eitan Shishkoff, reports from Chaim Malespin, and Hebrew lessons from Diana Frenkel. Guest analyst Dr. Jeffrey Seif helps us apply these teachings to our lives.
Episode: “Friendly Alliance”
Guest teacher Eitan Shishkoff (“Our Man in Haifa”) points out that King Solomon’s help from gentile King Hiram in building the Temple foreshadows God’s salvation plan. Messianic evangelist Jacob Damkani reminds us that the Gospel originated with the Jews. Chaim Malespin welcomes springtime in Jerusalem, Diana Frenkel teaches us how to say “Father” in Hebrew, and guest analyst Dr. Jeffrey Seif talks with David and Kirsten. The Harts sing a song written by Zola Levitt.

Transcript

  • 00:05 Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved for there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.
  • 00:36 Hi, I'm David Hart.
  • 00:37 Welcome to Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 00:39 And I'm Kirsten Hart We are so glad that you could join us for this brand new series "Called Together" where we will discover the re-connection of the two branches of the olive tree that Paul talks about in Romans 11.
  • 00:51 Right, this whole new series is about Jewish people and Gentiles, what we are, working together just like king Solomon and king Hiram in the Old Testament.
  • 01:02 They together, a Jewish king and a Gentile king built the Temple in Jerusalem.
  • 01:08 Yes.
  • 01:09 Many of you know Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 01:11 He will be teaching on location on the Mediterranean Sea.
  • 01:15 I love it there.
  • 01:16 Right, every program he'll be on.
  • 01:17 He's so wonderful.
  • 01:18 Also, Chaim Malespin, if you've seen him on our social media sites, he will be on our program also.
  • 01:23 And he's going to do some great interviews and bring wonderful insight.
  • 01:27 I'm kind of excited about this, we get to have a Hebrew lesson every week of this series.
  • 01:32 Stay with us.
  • 01:33 Shalom !
  • 01:39 The waters of the Haifa Bay are really a perfect backdrop for the story of two kings in the Bible who demonstrate the amazing relationship to which God has called us as Jews and Gentiles.
  • 01:52 When I discovered this story I was really quite astounded to find the degree of cooperation that existed between King Solomon and King Hiram.
  • 02:04 As a matter of fact, it was right along this bay.
  • 02:07 These waters are where Hiram brought cedar trees from Lebanon all the way to Jerusalem to help build the Temple.
  • 02:16 This is the story that's found in I Kings 5.
  • 02:18 And it starts with an amazing statement because the statement is that King Hiram always loved David.
  • 02:28 Now what's odd about that statement is that here's Hiram, he's a Gentile king from up the coast, The kingdom was called "Tyre" in today's Lebanon.
  • 02:39 And David was of course the Jewish king of Israel.
  • 02:42 So how did this friendship come about?
  • 02:46 It happened that Hiram built David's house.
  • 02:50 I mean, this is sort of the way that you get and epic.
  • 02:53 So you flash back to the history before Solomon, David's father.
  • 02:58 Hiram, this Gentile king builds him a house.
  • 03:01 They have this great friendship.
  • 03:04 David passes on and he leaves Solomon with the task of building the Temple.
  • 03:08 Solomon goes, well I need some workers who know what they're doing, guys that can lay stone.
  • 03:14 I need some cedar trees.
  • 03:16 We don't have them exactly here in Israel.
  • 03:18 You know what?
  • 03:19 I'm gonna write Hiram.
  • 03:20 I remember that he was my Dad's friend.
  • 03:23 Solomon writes Hiram.
  • 03:24 This whole story is in I Kings, Chapter 5.
  • 03:27 He writes to Hiram and he says, Listen, my Dad had blood on his hands.
  • 03:33 God said, it's not for you to build this Temple.
  • 03:35 And he passed that assignment on to me his son.
  • 03:39 Now Hiram, I'm reaching out to you and I'm asking you to help me build the Temple in Jerusalem.
  • 03:46 Friends, this was the first Temple, the original Temple.
  • 03:50 And historians tend to call it Solomon's Temple but really, if you want to know the truth it was the Temple of Solomon and Hiram because Solomon could have done it without this Gentile king.
  • 04:01 So you've got a Jewish king and you've a Gentile king and together they are building the Temple which was ultimately the place where the Glory of God came, 3 chapters later when it was dedicated.
  • 04:14 I want to explore this story with you because it's actually the paradigm for the book that speaks of the Gentiles role in the end times in the salvation of Israel.
  • 04:28 I want to share this with you from my heart.
  • 04:30 Let's go.
  • 04:47 I don't know about you Kirsten but I really had no idea that a Gentile, Hiram helped build the Temple.
  • 04:53 I didn't either, actually.
  • 04:54 But that's what we should be doing now.
  • 04:57 And we'll have some more teaching from Eitan in just a moment.
  • 04:59 But here's Chaim Malespin with Yaakov Damkani about the need for Jews and Christians to work together.
  • 05:12 We're standing here in Tel Aviv Which is really the center of this beautiful country right along the shores of the Mediterranean.
  • 05:17 This city is booming.
  • 05:18 They are building every day.
  • 05:19 In fact, we're standing in the Gilgal Hotel built by our dear friend and owned by our dear friend Yaacov (Jacob) Damkani.
  • 05:26 Now, you have Christians coming to stay here from all over the world.
  • 05:28 Could you unpack for me God's heart for the Jewish people wherever they are and here in this Land.
  • 05:34 What is God's heart for the Jewish people?
  • 05:37 Well God used the Jewish people to bring the Gospel to the end of the earth.
  • 05:41 Paul, Peter, James, John- they're all Jews.
  • 05:44 And he really had Israel, the Jewish people stumble over their own promised New Covenant, stumble over their own promised Messiah to bring the Gospel to the Gentiles.
  • 05:55 All that is in that great plan of God to make use of the Gentiles to bring it back to the Jews so the mercy of God will be upon all men and no one should boast.
  • 06:06 Wherever there are Jews we believers, Christians, should really care for them and reach out to them and really bring them the Gospel for the hour is really at hand for the Kingdom of God to come.
  • 06:18 And really all of it has to do with the Jewish people.
  • 06:21 So not only coming to Israel and reaching out to the Jews but into your own neighborhood Jews really need to hear about Jesus the Jew and re-evaluate him and really understand that he and he only can make them Jew in the heart.
  • 06:39 "Spiritual Jew" is believing in Jesus.
  • 06:42 Be part of the unraveling of the mystery.
  • 06:44 Amen.
  • 06:47 David - Now let's go back to Haifa for more teaching from Eitan.
  • 06:51 The phenomenon of the relationship between King Hiram and King Solomon is this, that they were not just political allies, they didn't enter in some military alliance but they were friends.
  • 07:04 Through Solomon's father David both sides, both Hiram and Solomon had this really love relationship with David.
  • 07:12 And David represents Yeshua because Yeshua's the Son of David.
  • 07:15 And that's really what brings this together isn't it?
  • 07:18 as Jewish and Gentile disciples is our mutual love for our Messiah, our Lord.
  • 07:24 I want to explore this story a bit more and I want to take us through 4 steps of the relationship that brought about the building of the Temple to become the landing strip for the Glory of God.
  • 07:37 First, as I said, they were friends.
  • 07:39 Their building the Temple was based on their friendship, their trust for each other.
  • 07:45 Second, there was an issue of timing because Solomon said that his father was not able to build the Temple because of being a man of war and David had left Solomon with that task.
  • 07:55 And now there was a time of peace.
  • 07:57 Interestingly, the name "Solomon", which is " Shlomo " in Hebrew means "His Peace", " Shalom Shiloh ".
  • 08:04 So it's really beautiful the way that his Hebrew name reflects the very era in which he was in charge.
  • 08:12 The next stage was vision.
  • 08:15 Solomon had vision.
  • 08:16 He had a picture, an image of the Temple as being a place for God to dwell.
  • 08:23 A place where the priests could perform their sacrifices.
  • 08:26 And then finally there was the issue of strategy.
  • 08:29 And that's where Hiram came in because Solomon needed the building materials and he needed the expert stonemasons.
  • 08:35 So it all came together into one piece of friendship, timing vision and strategy.
  • 08:44 Next we see that at the dedication of the Temple there is such a blessing from God.
  • 08:51 Really in a sense God is saying, I see the partnership of this Jewish king and Gentile king and I'm all over this.
  • 09:00 This is what I'm about.
  • 09:02 This is what I want to bring about in the earth.
  • 09:05 And so we read of this Temple dedication the following words, This was God's signifying I am in favor of a House that is built for me on the earth in Israel in which both the Jewish followers, the Jewish worshipers and the Gentile worshipers are coming together to host my Presence.
  • 09:45 This is what God has called us to do together, to host His Presence now in restored Israel.
  • 09:53 David - Now to Jerusalem and our Hebrew Lesson with Diana.
  • 09:57 Shalom So here are a few words that you can use in your personal prayer with the Lord.
  • 10:03 abba Adonai Barukh Attah Adonai " abba " means "father" " Adonai " - "My Lord" And when you say " Barukh Attah Adonai " it is "Blessed be your Name my Lord" You can pray this over your family.
  • 10:22 You can pray this over your children, in your situations.
  • 10:26 Bless the Lord.
  • 10:28 " Barukh Attah Adonai " "Blessed be your Name my Lord" Thank you Diana.
  • 10:35 She makes it sound so easy to learn Hebrew.
  • 10:38 I think we're doing pretty well with learning our Hebrew.
  • 10:41 We're starters but we're going to work hard.
  • 10:43 And she's great!
  • 10:44 Thank you Diana.
  • 10:45 Let's see how we do with what she taught us today.
  • 10:47 You ready?
  • 10:48 Okay, first word is " Barukh " " Barukh " is "Blessed" " abba " I like that "father" " Adonai " I love that name.
  • 10:57 "My Lord" So let's put it together.
  • 11:01 " Barukh Attah Adonai " means " Blessed be your Name my Lord. " Yes We love our Hebrew lessons.
  • 11:10 We'll be right back.
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  • 13:10 If your our Facebook Friend you will recognize Chaim Malespin.
  • 13:14 He has added many wonderful videos to our page.
  • 13:17 And he's coming up.
  • 13:18 Yes, we caught up with Chaim this past spring.
  • 13:26 I love that smell.
  • 13:27 That's the smell of Springtime here in Israel right in the mountains of Zion here in Jerusalem.
  • 13:33 And you know, today by the way marks the very first day of the month of Aviv the biblical month when we start our year, when the Passover happened.
  • 13:40 It's also known as "Nisan".
  • 13:42 And you know, it's just glorious.
  • 13:43 I can only think of King David walking over here in the mountains of Zion and writing Psalms Chapter 9 where he says, And I'm just seeing that God is bringing together Jew and Gentile in this Romans 11 olive tree.
  • 14:06 And we're seeing it blossom.
  • 14:07 We're seeing the fruit.
  • 14:08 And we're smelling the fragrance.
  • 14:10 Let's continue to move forward in his footsteps.
  • 14:23 Isaiah 35 verse 1 says that the desert will rejoice and blossom as the rose.
  • 14:28 And that's exactly what we're seeing here in the Galilee with these very roses.
  • 14:31 And we're in the Galilee with Sheree.
  • 14:34 Sheree, how did you come to get God's heart for the restoration for the people of Israel.
  • 14:40 Well it was back in 1995.
  • 14:43 My husband and I were attending Christ for the Nations.
  • 14:45 And they would have a whole week to bless Israel.
  • 14:49 And it was called "God Bless Israel Week".
  • 14:52 And they would have missionaries come.
  • 14:55 They would have teachers that would even teach " Shema Yisrael " And they would have music and dancing.
  • 15:01 And it really put a love in my heart for God's people.
  • 15:04 And I also had the question, What is my part to help the Israeli people come back to their nation?
  • 15:15 And I want to be used and serve in the capacity where God would have me.
  • 15:21 And I believe its important for Christian people to help the Israeli people get back to their nation.
  • 15:28 It warms my heart as a Jewish person that's returned to see Christians loving the Jewish People in such a practical way.
  • 15:36 Thank you.
  • 15:43 This is looking amazing!
  • 15:45 Yes You're finishing up this bed.
  • 15:47 What is this for?
  • 15:48 Why are you building this?
  • 15:50 Well, they're for the immigrants that come in.
  • 15:53 And they come in and we make a bed for them to lie down and of course be at home.
  • 15:59 And this is the beginnings of how we make it comfortable for them to come here to Israel.
  • 16:03 Well, what's your name, where are you from, and what caused you to have such a love for God's purposes in the Galilee and Israel in general?
  • 16:10 Well, my name is John Garcia and I'm from Dallas, Texas.
  • 16:13 And you know, I've read the Scripture from where it says to love the Lord your God ... the first commandment, with all your heart, soul, mind and strength.
  • 16:22 And I love the Lord and so I felt like this was one way to express my love to Him to be able to minister and serve the Jewish people.
  • 16:31 As an Israeli, as a Jewish person I can tell you the Israelis don't always understand why Christians want to love them.
  • 16:37 But when they see practical application like this, this touches their hearts in such a way that can't even be expressed.
  • 16:45 Thank you so much John.
  • 16:49 David Hart - Now let's go back to Eitan as he wraps up this week's teaching.
  • 16:53 What's interesting to me about this Jewish-Gentile partnership over history is that it wasn't just Solomon and Hiram.
  • 17:01 We see time and again in the Hebrew Scriptures how God paired a Jewish visionary with someone on the Gentile side who had authority and who had resources.
  • 17:12 Let's just go way back in history for a moment and think about Joseph.
  • 17:17 Now, when Joseph had become a leadership figure in Egypt he was really called into that position by Pharaoh.
  • 17:27 And what happened was that the famine at that time was taking a great toll across the earth.
  • 17:34 Joseph actually was a savior of the world of that time.
  • 17:39 Because it was through Joseph's wisdom that people were coming from all the countries of the world including Jacob and his sons to receive food.
  • 17:49 What's further interesting is that of course they didn't recognize Joseph because he looked like an Egyptian.
  • 17:55 That's an amazing parallel with today.
  • 17:57 Because today Jesus-Yeshua looks like a Christian, maybe a Norwegian or an Italian.
  • 18:04 He doesn't look to the Jewish people like an Israeli, like one of us.
  • 18:07 but of course, in fact, He is just as Joseph was in those days.
  • 18:12 But just as Joseph said to his brothers later on, What you meant for evil God has used for good.
  • 18:18 Joseph was placed there by God.
  • 18:21 My question is, Who set the table for the sons of Jacob to have that feast to be able to recover the relationship with Joseph?
  • 18:30 And now, if we think about Jesus, who will make it possible for His Jewish brothers to come back into relationship?
  • 18:37 I maintain that it was the Egyptians who set the table, who provided the feast just as today it will be the Gentile believers, the true Christians of the world who will enable the Jewish people again to discover Yeshua.
  • 18:52 That's not the only story.
  • 18:53 There's also the time of Nehemiah.
  • 18:56 Nehemiah was a visionary.
  • 18:58 He was a person who came with a breakthrough vision for restoration, a time when Jerusalem was broken down.
  • 19:06 And what did he do?
  • 19:08 He turned to the king after praying, He turned to King Artaxerxes and he said, I need support, I need backing, I need materials because my country lies in ruins.
  • 19:20 I want to see the restoration of my nation and of the City of Jerusalem.
  • 19:24 And he was granted it.
  • 19:26 The Gentile king said go for it, here, I'll send a troop with you and I'll give you wagons with supplies.
  • 19:35 We know the rest of the story that in 52 days Nehemiah with those who were left in the Land restored the walls all around Jerusalem and the city and the nation came back into life.
  • 19:48 Beloved, that's exactly what God is doing today.
  • 19:52 He is following the same pattern that He's showed again and again in the Hebrew Scriptures, that God will put together the Jewish visionaries and those of Gentile worshippers of God to restore Israel.
  • 20:07 Thank you for joining us in this incredible process.
  • 20:11 It is prophetic and it is historic.
  • 20:16 Our promise to you every week is to bring you the best Messianic teaching.
  • 20:21 And Eitan Shishkoff is one of those.
  • 20:23 And also today Kirsten and I are so excited to have the best of the best of the best.
  • 20:30 And you folks know who this is... Dr. Jeffrey Seif.
  • 20:33 Well flattery will get you everywhere.
  • 20:35 It's good to see you.
  • 20:36 And hello to all of you!
  • 20:38 We're honored to have you with us.
  • 20:39 How long has it been since you've been on this stage?
  • 20:43 About 5 or 6 years.
  • 20:45 I've been out for a bit.
  • 20:46 Well, and you're a newlywed.
  • 20:47 Newlywed - yes.
  • 20:49 My first wife, God Bless, went to be with the Lord.
  • 20:51 She got a promotion.
  • 20:53 And the Lord graced me with a woman who was merciful toward me, Barrie.
  • 20:57 Well, we're thrilled to meet you.
  • 21:00 You're...shall I say it?
  • 21:01 This is horrible to say almost, but royalty with all the viewers Oh,girl, stop it!
  • 21:07 of Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 21:09 Yeeeyah...maybe a big fish in a very little pond but I'm not royalty but you're sweet.
  • 21:13 But we're honored to work with you.
  • 21:15 We're excited that this table's not a round table kind of feel to take what Eitan taught us and to kind of chew on it.
  • 21:24 And let's just talk together and with all of you.
  • 21:28 Here's the way I look at it.
  • 21:30 Eitan is one of the best kitties in the Messianic Jewish litter.
  • 21:33 I mean, he is very passionate and very articulate.
  • 21:36 And he raised a good point and he drew some good stuff as he always does.
  • 21:42 But it is fascinating that Hiram... And I never thought of it until I considered him more.
  • 21:49 I'm learning all the time.
  • 21:50 So are we, so are we!
  • 21:52 You know I only have time for learners not experts.
  • 21:55 The older I get the more I know I don't know.
  • 21:58 I mean I knew it but he developed the point if you look at the Temple that sacred worship space how an individual of non-Jewish extract contributed so significantly to it.
  • 22:10 And that really is and extremely important point.
  • 22:15 I don't think we discussed that.
  • 22:17 I don't think we knew about that.
  • 22:18 We weren't taught that.
  • 22:20 Right, I don't think Christian churches, and that's our background, so we're like almost as Gentile as can be that we realize how deep this friendship goes back and how vital it is.
  • 22:33 Everyone lives in separate space.
  • 22:36 In the world today there's the Jewish world over here and the Christian world, a big chasm between the two.
  • 22:42 But that chasm doesn't exist in this world.
  • 22:45 There's a lot more comradery.
  • 22:50 It's fascinating that Hiram was kindly disposed.
  • 22:53 When you think that the House of God is built with the "pride of Lebanon" Even in the Lebanese flag it has the tree.
  • 23:02 The "cedars of Lebanon".
  • 23:04 And it not only was the pride but it is the pride.
  • 23:08 And that went in to the mix.
  • 23:10 That speaks so well to not just Eitan's point but others About how it's God's Kingdom.
  • 23:19 Its an add mixture of different peoples.
  • 23:21 Its not a "Jew thing" its a "New thing".
  • 23:23 Its not a "Me thing" its a "We thing".
  • 23:26 And that is so central to what I'm all about and what you're all about and what this program is about and what our viewers are all about.
  • 23:33 Well how did we get to this place?
  • 23:36 How did we get to "here are the Jewish people", "here are the Christian people"?
  • 23:40 How...what happened?
  • 23:41 Well girl, ain't it like the devil you know?
  • 23:45 I mean its so in division.
  • 23:48 I mean its Adam and Eve kinda got jammed up with kinda dishonesty and sin.
  • 23:54 And their kids got jammed up, one killed the other.
  • 23:56 And then they're speaking different languages at Babel.
  • 23:59 It's always... It started at the beginning.
  • 24:02 It really did, yeah.
  • 24:04 It really did.
  • 24:05 Which is so sad isn't it?
  • 24:06 Because the Temple, the Holy of Holy place where God Himself came down.
  • 24:12 The footstool was the union between both.
  • 24:17 And now we just keep building wall-wall-wall-wall and then pushing it away.
  • 24:21 How do we bring that together?
  • 24:22 And breaking down the wall-wall is fundamentally what it means to be Christian.
  • 24:26 I mean that's the Book of Ephesians 101.
  • 24:28 Jesus broke down the dividing wall of hostility and made the two one.
  • 24:34 So there really is a unification motif.
  • 24:37 Ronald Reagan said "Bring down the wall!" in a previous generation.
  • 24:41 But ain't it like the Devil to raise walls between husbands and wives, between Jews and Gentiles, between Arabs and Jews, between different Christians?
  • 24:52 But I think me, we, our viewers here they want to get past the wall, they want to have a ball by rolling the Gospel out to the world and to testify to a kind of oneness.
  • 25:03 Give us one step.
  • 25:05 Give us just one step to breaking down that wall.
  • 25:08 The quickest, easiest.
  • 25:10 Realizing that the wall's a sin, for openers.
  • 25:12 That's good.
  • 25:13 Thank you Dr. Seif.
  • 25:15 We're going to hear so more from you next week.
  • 25:17 But right now we're going to go to one of Zola's songs.
  • 25:19 One of my favorites, "Father Take This Sheep".
  • 25:33 ♪ For I long to see the Kingdom come ♪ ♪ And in praise, in prayers I sing ♪ ♪ And my life is yours 'til the end of time ♪ ♪ For the service of the King ♪ ♪ [Instrumental Interlude] ♪ ♪ Father, Father take this sheep ♪ ♪ Take one more unworthy sheep ♪ ♪ In my heart Thy Word I keep ♪ ♪ Father, take this sheep ♪ ♪ Father, take this sheep ♪♪ We are honored to bring back Zola's music And love these songs.
  • 26:48 We do and we had such a great time with Dr. Seif.
  • 26:51 That went way too quick!
  • 26:53 Oh my goodness!
  • 26:55 I think we could have sat here for a couple hours but you all wouldn't have stayed with us probably.
  • 26:59 What a great point that Dr. Seif said.
  • 27:02 He said to make sure that we know that wall, that division between the Jewish people and the Christian Church is sin.
  • 27:10 And we need to walk away from that.
  • 27:12 Powerful.
  • 27:12 It is powerful.
  • 27:13 Powerful message.
  • 27:14 And our prayer for you today is Sha'alu Shalom Yerushalayim Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
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