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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: “Two Loaves”
Peter learned the mystery of gentile salvation at the house of Cornelius, welcoming gentiles into the family of God. Eitan explains that the wall separating the gentile and Jewish worlds remains a barrier to Israel’s salvation. Vineyard owner Yaakov Berg compares grapes to the Jewish people making aliyah. Chris Chambers’s love for Israel resulted from his Christian faith. Chaim Malespin discovers who has been pruning the grapevines in Samaria, and Diana Frenkel teaches us God’s Hebrew name. David Hart sings Zola’s classic song “Sha’alu Shalom Yerushalayim” from his Jerusalem 3000 album.

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 We're so glad you joined us today on Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 00:40 Shalom , I am Kirsten Hart.
  • 00:42 And this is our series, "Called Together", How the Jewish people and the Gentiles are called to serve the Kingdom together.
  • 00:52 Eitan Shishkoff is our Messianic teacher in Israel and he's at a bakery.
  • 00:58 Now this is the program I wish we were right there with him because the bread looks good!
  • 01:02 He'll be teaching on the Feast of Weeks, " Shavuot ".
  • 01:05 And we know it as "Pentecost".
  • 01:07 That's right.
  • 01:09 So the first loaf represents our Jewish brothers and sisters.
  • 01:12 The second loaf represents us, Gentiles.
  • 01:15 Right, and how we are coming together.
  • 01:18 These two loaves are held up at this wonderful feast time.
  • 01:21 Also, Chaim Malespin will be on the program.
  • 01:25 We love him.
  • 01:26 And we have a Hebrew lesson coming up!
  • 01:28 Stay with us.
  • 01:34 " Boker Tov " ! Good Morning!
  • 01:36 We've come to Kiryat Hayim which is a town just north of Haifa off the Haifa Bay.
  • 01:41 And we're in a bakery.
  • 01:43 So let's buy some bread.
  • 01:49 I've chosen 2 loaves because this is the symbolism that's used in the Feast of Weeks, the Feast of Shavuot that was given to the Jewish people.
  • 01:59 But interestingly in the Book of Acts When these 2 loaves are waved at the beginning of the time of the disciples following Yeshua in Israel after He went to heaven.
  • 02:12 These 2 loaves represent the Jewish people and the Gentile people.
  • 02:17 And this is what we want to talk about today.
  • 02:19 We're going to be revealing a mystery.
  • 02:23 Now... Bread doesn't seem very mysterious but in the wisdom of God He uses the common place things of every day in order to speak to us in a way that reaches our heart.
  • 02:35 Now, we're going to come up to the counter here and do a little bit of business with Moshe.
  • 02:39 He's kind of busy.
  • 02:41 But he's taking some time for us today and we really appreciate it.
  • 02:46 It's a wonderful store that Moshe is running here.
  • 02:50 We have seen people are coming in and out constantly.
  • 02:53 They're buying bread.
  • 02:55 They're buying pastries.
  • 02:57 And it's just a great place.
  • 02:58 I wish you could smell through the camera what we smell here.
  • 03:01 It's just the smell of fresh baked goods.
  • 03:04 This is very common in Israel.
  • 03:05 People love to buy fresh stuff.
  • 03:08 Toda Rabah Moshe
  • 03:08 [Speaking Hebrew]
  • 03:16 What is this mystery that God speaks about its being something as if it's a new phenomenon for us understand.
  • 03:26 The reality of our peoples being joined together as one is something that needs to be organic.
  • 03:35 But it was not always understood that way.
  • 03:37 And that's why in the 1st Century in the Book of Acts it required a dramatic revelation to the Apostle Peter.
  • 03:45 Down the coast in Yaffo, in order to bring him to Cornelius' house.
  • 03:50 Cornelius was a Roman Centurion.
  • 03:52 Peter wasn't even supposed to be in his house.
  • 03:55 But in Caesarea, which was a Roman center, it was a head of government, that's where this exchange became very real and God included the nations in His plan which He always intended to.
  • 04:27 The nations are helping the Jewish people come back to their Land.
  • 04:31 Chaim Malespin is now with Yaacov Berg who owns a vineyard on the site of an ancient winery.
  • 04:43 The ancient biblical prophet Jeremiah in Chapter 31 says, "Behold"... and he's talking to the nations.
  • 04:50 "Behold I will gather the Jewish people from the North country and from the uttermost parts of the earth."
  • 04:55 It talks about in that chapter that they will come back and that they will plant vineyards.
  • 05:00 Now, I understand that you've come from Russia as a young boy and you've planted vineyards Tell us some about that.
  • 05:07 We left Russia when I was 3 years old and we came to Israel.
  • 05:13 And no doubt if you ask my parents and of course my grandparents, they ran away from the Nazis and ended up in Russia.
  • 05:23 We needed to wait six years until in those days the KGB, you know, the Russians, let us leave the country.
  • 05:29 We left with nothing, with only our pants or something like that.
  • 05:34 But if you ask my parents, Do you believe that your son or grandson is going to run a winery and is going to plant grapes in Israel?
  • 05:43 They would laugh or cry, but of course they are not going to believe you.
  • 05:48 And I don't know what to tell you.
  • 05:51 Many people ask me, Yaacov is so difficult, you are in Israel, is it, I don't know, do you have problems?
  • 05:59 So I am saying, Do I have problems?
  • 06:02 The best time to be a Jew is today.
  • 06:06 And I believe and I feel that we live in the best place.
  • 06:09 So no, I feel not glad... much more.
  • 06:15 You know, it's not happiness.
  • 06:18 It's really much more than that.
  • 06:20 After 2,000 years I am the one that got really that present to be in my homeland, to be in Israel and to do what I like to do.
  • 06:30 And where did you decide to start your vineyard?
  • 06:33 I started the vineyard 13 years ago.
  • 06:37 And it also was by ... I cannot say by mistake but when I planted my vines we made a road to get into the vines and we found a cave, an ancient cave.
  • 06:49 We hit that ancient cave.
  • 06:51 We dug that ancient cave.
  • 06:52 It took us a long time.
  • 06:54 And we found an ancient winery from the days of the Second Temple, 2,500 years ago.
  • 06:58 And in that cave we found those coins.
  • 07:01 Those coins that we put on each of our wine bottles, it's a coin from the days of the great revolution against the Romans.
  • 07:11 You know the Jews they revolted the Romans and they wrote on that coin, "For the freedom of Zion".
  • 07:17 It's a wine leaf on one side and and a wine bottle on the other side.
  • 07:22 Usually the Romans citizens used to put their pictures on... you know, their ego.
  • 07:30 Jews always put something that symbolized something deep, something important.
  • 07:35 And we believe that wine represents the connection to the Land.
  • 07:39 WOW!
  • 07:41 They used to make wine for the Temple there.
  • 07:43 Because we're not far from Jerusalem from where the Temple stood.
  • 07:46 In those days it was known as the best wine country in the ancient world.
  • 07:49 One of the interesting things in wine is that today, you know about French, you know about Napa Valley, about Bordeaux, or Tuscany.
  • 07:59 We know that in a specific piece of land the wine can be great.
  • 08:03 You move it a little bit it's not the same.
  • 08:05 So actually from wine we're learning that sometimes there is a strong connection to the land that only there it can be unbelievable.
  • 08:12 We believe it's not only in >>wine, it's also in people, the Jewish people.
  • 08:16 When we are home, when we are on our Holy Land, we really can flourish.
  • 08:24 We can do our best.
  • 08:27 You have here?
  • 08:29 WOW! That's beautiful!
  • 08:31 You put the coin right on it.
  • 08:32 Yes, this is a replica of the ancient coin.
  • 08:34 This is exactly the coin that we found.
  • 08:36 Wonderful!
  • 08:38 Taste prophecy fulfilled.
  • 08:41 David - Now let's go back to Haifa for more teaching from Eitan.
  • 08:45 So what's the big deal?
  • 08:46 Why is it such a project to bring Jews and Gentiles together?
  • 08:51 What's the mystery?
  • 08:52 Why are these 2 loaves so heavily symbolic?
  • 08:55 Well we have to go back in history and realize that when God called Israel to be a special people.
  • 09:01 He set us apart from all of the pagans and He said, I want you to worship Me and to worship Me alone.
  • 09:08 In fact, in those days in order to really come to "The" God, the "Creator" God, the "Redeemer" God everyone had to become Jewish.
  • 09:16 If you didn't convert to Judaism, you just weren't in relationship with God.
  • 09:20 But in the 1st Century that changed dramatically in a vision that was given to Peter - "Kaphas" down the coast at Yaffo [Jaffa].
  • 09:30 And I want to read to you a little bit of the message, what he said to those Gentiles who were gathered in Cornelius' house in Caesarea.
  • 10:01 And later on during the same conversation... So when we see that this was a break with what had been taking place, really literally for thousands of years, and now a covenant relationship was being opened to the nations, we realize that there was a spiritual revolution.
  • 10:41 As the Scriptures continue to explain, Paul takes up this subject and he calls it a mystery.
  • 10:50 It's a mystery because it was something that was confusing.
  • 10:53 It was something that was happening for the first time.
  • 10:56 And so Paul writes in the book of Romans, Now he's talking to the Gentiles.
  • 11:20 [Speaking Hebrew]
  • 11:23 And so this is the partnership that we are entering into in the last days.
  • 11:29 It's so fascinating that what happened in the first century was that the Gentiles were brought in to the family of God.
  • 11:36 Now in the 21st Century God wants to restore the Jewish involvement in His Kingdom.
  • 11:45 David - Now to Jerusalem and our Hebrew lesson with Diana.
  • 11:50 Shalom me'eretz Israel Shalom - "Peace, from the Land of Israel" Here's a word you should know when you pray.
  • 11:59 " El " means "God" When you pray, El Shaddai , El Elyon You basically say "God the most high".
  • 12:08 My personal God.
  • 12:10 But I want to tell you that in modern Hebrew parents love to include a name of the Lord in their sons names.
  • 12:16 As in inviting the presence of God in their children's life.
  • 12:20 So you'd have names like: Ami el eskay el nathan el and so many other ones.
  • 12:28 but remember " El " means "God".
  • 12:33 Thank you Diana.
  • 12:34 We hope that you are enjoying these Hebrew lessons as much as we are.
  • 12:38 Every week we'll have a new Hebrew lesson from Diana.
  • 12:41 It's great.
  • 12:42 And the first word that she taught us today is one that we've kind of known a little bit, " Shalom " which means "Peace" But it's also a greeting so we've walked into restaurants in Israel and we go " Shalom " for "Hello" and " Shalom " for "Goodbye".
  • 12:55 We're leaving the peace of God.
  • 12:58 And the second word you've been singing in a song for the last 25 years or so.
  • 13:02 And I didn't realize what it means... " El " means "God".
  • 13:06 And it's that wonderful song, " El-Shaddai "
  • 13:06 [Kirsten sings]
  • 13:10 ♪ El-Shaddai, El-Shaddai ,♪ ♪ El-Elyon na Adonai ♪♪ It's a beautiful song, El-Shaddai.
  • 13:19 He's "The Most High God".
  • 13:21 Beautiful song honey.
  • 13:22 Stay with us.
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  • 13:55 Our resource this week is the series "Called Together", "Jew & Gentile One in Messiah" on DVD David and Kirsten Hart present the teachings of Eitan Shishkoff.
  • 14:07 These 8 programs show how both sides of the body of Messiah are grafted together.
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  • 15:02 Many of you have heard already that our son Ryan lives in Jerusalem.
  • 15:07 And people have asked us, "Is he safe there?"
  • 15:10 "What's it like living in Israel in Jerusalem?"
  • 15:13 And I think the word for us is "Peace".
  • 15:16 We walk in peace and he walks in peace.
  • 15:19 Israel is a wonderfully safe Country.
  • 15:22 Our son has been there for months and never once has he said, I didn't feel safe.
  • 15:26 So Zola Levitt Tours as we take tour there 2 times a year, we would never take you somewhere dangerous.
  • 15:33 And we would love for you to come with us.
  • 15:35 One of the places that we will take you is a well known place called "Judea and Samaria" Right now, Chaim is there in a vineyard.
  • 15:51 Welcome to the vineyards of Judea and Samaria in the "Heart Land" of Israel" Some call it the "West Bank" We're here on what the U.N. calls a "settlement".
  • 16:00 And you notice that here in these vineyards there's no branches.
  • 16:03 They've just been finished being trimmed by Christians from all over the world.
  • 16:08 In Isaiah 18 it talks about the time before the budding.
  • 16:11 See these new life coming out?
  • 16:14 these have just been trimmed on time which is awesome!
  • 16:18 Now, do you know that God's Word is being fulfilled yet today?
  • 16:22 And really it's through the lovers of Israel, the Christians as it says in... And that means "those who prune" Now we know that Yeshua talked a lot about vineyards and about this pruning process.
  • 16:37 In John 15 he says... And I'm excited to see that as these prophesies of the return to Israel and the vineyards growing, we are seeing that God is bearing lots of fruit through Jew and Gentile together on earth as it is in heaven.
  • 17:00 What is your name?
  • 17:02 Where are you from?
  • 17:03 And where did this overwhelming love for Israel come from?
  • 17:06 My name is Chris and I'm from England.
  • 17:09 My love simply, I think, results from my Christian faith.
  • 17:13 As a boy I became a Christian just at the age of 13.
  • 17:17 I knew from the Bible about Israel.
  • 17:20 Of course it was until I came here the first time to celebrate Sukkot with the Christian Embassy where I heard teaching that effectively resonated with me.
  • 17:32 Teaching which I believe God had inspired upon me even from a boy.
  • 17:37 So then wanting to come back to Israel for a second time and do something constructive was part of what I prayed about.
  • 17:46 And God opened the doors for me to work with the IDF as a volunteer.
  • 17:51 Then I looked at a point when I would semi-retire to come back and actually give something back to this Land and to encourage other Christians around the world to see their need to love and support Israel, whom I believe are the apple of God's eye and our brothers in Christ even though if it may be that Jewish people don't agree totally with that.
  • 18:16 But I have many Jewish friends, orthodox, non-religious friends, Hasidic Jewish friends.
  • 18:23 And the one thing we have in common is the God of Israel David - No let's go back to Eitan as he wraps up this week's teaching.
  • 18:32 Let's continue to solve this "mystery of the loaves", as we might say with our wonderful bakery in the background.
  • 18:38 We spoke about Paul's use of the word "mystery" to explain Jews and Gentiles together.
  • 18:44 As he was speaking in the book of Romans he expanded his illustration about an olive tree and he said that there were wild branches grafted-in, meaning the Gentiles, and natural branches that would be grafted in before the end age before the return of the Messiah.
  • 19:02 So, I think we're in the right time district, don't you?
  • 19:04 Here we are, we're moving in the 21st century, 20 centuries after these words were written, with such an impending sense of the world history coming to a climax.
  • 19:17 Paul also used the same word in the book of Ephesians, and like all of us, when we repeat a word we're emphasizing something.
  • 19:27 So here, the Holy Spirit emphasizes again.
  • 19:30 In the book of Ephesians I want to read this, In other words, the Jews and Gentiles would experience the blessings of the Kingdom of God and Salvation in Yeshua together.
  • 19:55 Now this might not seem strange to you.
  • 19:57 In fact, it might seem almost the other way.
  • 19:59 It's like, well the Christian message of the Gospel has been out to all the nations.
  • 20:04 We've got the Bible translated into all these different languages.
  • 20:09 But today, really the issue is how will the Jewish people be able to come back and embrace Yeshua as their Messiah.
  • 20:17 Well, Paul was aware of that and earlier on in Chapter 2, he spoke about "the One New Man" and he said that there would be a wall that would be removed.
  • 20:28 You know what?
  • 20:29 I think the wall now in reverse has to be removed.
  • 20:32 And that means that for those Gentiles who have loved Yeshua and understood that He is the Savior of the world and the King of Israel, now it's time for the Jewish people to return and to reclaim our own Messiah.
  • 20:47 This is something that happened to my wife and I back in 1972.
  • 20:50 We were just hippies in the mountains.
  • 20:53 If it could happen to us it could happen to anyone.
  • 20:56 But we need you.
  • 20:58 It's the Gentiles who were designed by God to bring the Jewish people to jealousy.
  • 21:03 " Toda " - "Thank you".
  • 21:07 We are loving the teaching of Eitan Shishkoff in this wonderful series "Called Together".
  • 21:13 We also have with us this whole series Dr. Jeffrey Seif and so glad that you're with us with your wonderful insight knowledge, everything that you bring.
  • 21:22 Thank you so much.
  • 21:23 Glad to be with you.
  • 21:24 So I have a question for you.
  • 21:26 Are you a little surprised that two Gentiles are sitting at this desk?
  • 21:29 Nothing surprises me.
  • 21:31 That's part of 61 years of living.
  • 21:32 But you're beautiful people.
  • 21:34 We have a beautiful audience.
  • 21:35 We have a Great God.
  • 21:36 I'm not surprised.
  • 21:37 We're all called together, right?
  • 21:38 That's true.
  • 21:39 Yes, and that's the series and that's the point and that's the church.
  • 21:42 That's right.
  • 21:43 And it began in Acts 10.
  • 21:45 All of a sudden it opened up didn't it?
  • 21:47 Right.
  • 21:48 And there's a confluence by the way as I see it.
  • 21:50 I mean, you're teachers here are just the best kitties in the Messianic Jewish litter.
  • 21:54 You have Eitan and there's a bevy of others to follow.
  • 21:58 This ministry is always going to be about Jews and Jesus and Christian friends.
  • 22:03 It always was and it always will be.
  • 22:06 This series is "Called Together" How do we all call our relationships together?
  • 22:14 How does that happen?
  • 22:16 What does that look like?
  • 22:17 Well in terms of people developing relationships with Jewish people, a lot of our Christian friends already have them and people want to know how to bring them in.
  • 22:25 I always say be yourself.
  • 22:27 There's no pat answers.
  • 22:29 Don't worry about vocabulary.
  • 22:31 "Jews for Jesus" a missions organization that reaches out to Jews, did a survey of Jewish believers who accepted Jesus and wanted to know how they got involved in it all.
  • 22:40 And they had over 1,000 respondents.
  • 22:42 Only 4 per cent ever ran into some professional grade minister to the Jews.
  • 22:48 96 per cent just came to know the Lord being brought on the arm of a friend who cared and shared.
  • 22:53 So I'm less about you have to have the right vocabularies and the right understanding.
  • 22:59 I'm much more about be yourself.
  • 23:00 And be loving, caring and sharing.
  • 23:02 And let the Holy Spirit use you.
  • 23:04 Eitan today taught on the two loaves of the bread.
  • 23:06 I don't know if we've really studied that a whole lot.
  • 23:09 Can you talk a little bit more about that?
  • 23:11 Well we don't live in the Tabernacle days today.
  • 23:13 There is no Temple.
  • 23:14 But you do have an officiating Priest who would wave these before the Lord.
  • 23:19 And Eitan envisioned the story there of Jews and Gentiles being represented together.
  • 23:24 That's attested in various ways in the Temple.
  • 23:27 By the way, there even in the Temple complex was a place called the "Court of the Gentiles" We had a spot!
  • 23:33 Yes, some might wonder, What are doing on the set!
  • 23:35 Well, hey, what are they doing in the Temple?
  • 23:37 And it was big!
  • 23:39 There's a fascinating story Jews and Gentiles together, it was always in the heart of God.
  • 23:44 Don't take my word for it.
  • 23:45 Just the backdrop here, Jerusalem itself had a place.
  • 23:49 The Jewish people are looking to us for what?
  • 23:54 What are Jewish people looking for the Christian Gentile Church to do right now?
  • 23:59 How do we reach out?
  • 24:02 It's relationship.
  • 24:03 But maybe... What are the "no's"?
  • 24:06 What do we don't say or don't do?
  • 24:08 I think an apology is a place to begin.
  • 24:10 What Jews hear a lot about are these denominations that are gamed to divest from Jews that discriminate against Israel.
  • 24:19 And I think there's what an individual Christian can do who loves the Jewish people who will be watching this program who has a Jewish friend, neighbor or associate.
  • 24:27 But Jews still see the larger picture of these denominations where you do still see wholesaled abandonment.
  • 24:34 I think Christian friends should apologize for that, should take pains to say that's not me.
  • 24:40 That's not us.
  • 24:42 That's a good beginning place.
  • 24:44 We love the Jewish people.
  • 24:45 Our Messiah was a Jew.
  • 24:46 And just get in there.
  • 24:47 We lose that don't we?
  • 24:49 That's right.
  • 24:49 We grew up in the Church and I don't think it was like He was Jewish.
  • 24:53 We think He was Christian.
  • 24:55 We were on the freeway yesterday driving and we saw at a Baptist Church the American Flag, the Christian Flag, and the Israel Flag.
  • 25:03 And I was so excited to see that Flag waving at a Baptist Church here in America.
  • 25:07 I'm glad to hear that.
  • 25:09 Glad to see it when I can.
  • 25:11 But that stuff is far and few between.
  • 25:14 I would wish by the way that our viewers, that you would use your influence in your churches to you know, press a little more about church getting behind the Jewish people.
  • 25:24 Thank you so much Dr. Seif.
  • 25:26 Much more next week with you.
  • 25:28 And right now I love this wonderful song that we end our program with, " Sha'lu Shalom Yerushalayim " put to music.
  • 25:40 ♪ On the holy mountain in Jerusalem ♪ ♪ Take thy son, thy son, thy only son ♪ ♪ Slay him there and tell the world, Jerusalem ♪ ♪ Of thy faith, thy faith, that "It is done" ♪ ♪ For it is done, we have the Son ♪ ♪ The blessed One, His only Son ♪ ♪ Believe on Him and it is done ♪ ♪ And always pray " Sha'a'lu shalom " ♪ ♪ Instrumental ♪ ♪ Sha'a'lu shalom Yerushalayim ♪ ♪ Sha'a'lu, sha'a'lu shalom ♪ ♪ For the holy city of Jerusalem ♪ ♪ We will pray for peace ♪ ♪ Sha'a'lu shalom ♪ ♪ Shalom! ♪♪ Well, I am kind of proud of myself to be honest.
  • 26:49 I just sang Hebrew!
  • 26:51 We need to kind of thank Diana for helping us each week learn Hebrew words.
  • 26:56 The lessons are great but you brought it Hon!
  • 26:58 Thank you very much!
  • 26:59 I'm proud of you!
  • 27:00 We are called together!
  • 27:02 That word "together" is what is so important.
  • 27:05 All of our backgrounds, how we have come to faith in Yeshua, we are called together to be a Light to the world.
  • 27:13 ♪ Sha'a'lu Shalom Yerushalayim ♪ Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem.
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