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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: “Dry Bones”
Eitan recounts Ezekiel’s vision of dry bones that become physically and spiritually alive. Like the Prodigal Son’s brother, some Christians resent the rise of Messianic congregations. Native American Joaquin Guerrero relates to the Jewish people’s persecution, hostile environment, and spiritual connection to the land. Chaim takes us to the Western Wall, then introduces his family. Diana teaches us the Hebrew way to close one week and open a new one. Caroline Hyde sings “Hu Chai B’tochi.”

Caption transcript for Called Together: “Dry Bones” (6/8)

  • 00:05 Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel
  • 00:08 is that they might be saved
  • 00:10 for there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek
  • 00:14 for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.
  • 00:36 I'm David Hart.
  • 00:37 Welcome to Zola Levitt Presents.
  • 00:38 I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 00:40 We're in our series "Called Together"
  • 00:42 Today's program we'll be talking about
  • 00:45 Ezekiel's vision of the dry bones coming to life.
  • 00:49 Just like that old song we used to sing....
  • 00:51 [Dave & Kirsten singing] ♪ Them bones them bones them dry bones ♪
  • 00:53 ♪ Now hear the Word of the Lord ♪♪
  • 00:55 I love that!
  • 00:56 Also, Eitan today we'll be teaching
  • 00:59 on breathing life in Israel.
  • 01:01 The grief of the Holocaust
  • 01:04 is now being replaced with...
  • 01:06 Life!
  • 01:07 There's a word of the day on this program.
  • 01:10 If you haven't caught it yet it's "Life!"
  • 01:12 Stay with us.
  • 01:20 Standing in this Haifa cemetery brings me back
  • 01:24 to a very unusual experience that I had.
  • 01:28 I once tried to raise a man from the dead.
  • 01:30 He was a member of our congregation
  • 01:32 and very much beloved young guy in his 30's
  • 01:36 who was suffering from a brain tumor.
  • 01:38 We were fasting, we were praying, we sought His healing,
  • 01:41 but alas, he was on his deathbed and we
  • 01:44 actually saw the color go out of his face.
  • 01:48 He laid there for several moments.
  • 01:50 We were in agony and grief and all I could think of was
  • 01:54 don't accept it, don't accept it, do what you can.
  • 01:58 So I thought well it's crazy but it seems to me
  • 02:01 that Yeshua talked to His disciples about raising the dead.
  • 02:04 So I thought, how do I go about this?
  • 02:06 I've never done it in my life.
  • 02:08 I thought of Elijah and Elisha,
  • 02:10 how they laid their bodies out on a young, dead person.
  • 02:13 And it was all I could think of out of desperation.
  • 02:16 Call me crazy, I actually laid across my friend Michael after he had died
  • 02:22 and I tried to breath life into him.
  • 02:24 But you know what?
  • 02:26 The breath of life comes from God alone
  • 02:28 and I was unable to raise him from the dead.
  • 02:31 What I learned is what the Jewish traditional prayer, the " Ahmidah " tells us
  • 02:35 which is, "It is God who raises the dead"
  • 02:38 [Speaking Hebrew]
  • 02:41 Following the Holocaust, the death of 6 million Jewish people
  • 02:46 in World War II at the hands of the Nazis,
  • 02:49 there was a level of grief that so far surpassed our grief and Michael's death
  • 02:54 it's unimaginable.
  • 02:57 And we see this mirrored in the story of Lazarus in the New Testament.
  • 03:01 The book of John tells the story of a man who's beloved of Yeshua
  • 03:06 so much so, that Yeshua actually wept at his grave.
  • 03:10 I see this story as a parallel,
  • 03:14 really as a metaphor for the death of the Jewish people and for our resurrection.
  • 03:20 I want to talk today with you about our role
  • 03:23 together as Jewish and Gentile intercessors,
  • 03:27 as those who are called by God in the spirit of Ezekiel
  • 03:30 to declare life over the dead.
  • 03:33 Please, let's discover our role together.
  • 03:37 It's going to be one that will include resurrection.
  • 03:49 We will hear more from Eitan in just a minute
  • 03:51 but I love hearing testimonies of how the Lord
  • 03:54 puts people in the right place at the right time.
  • 03:57 Our film crew was in an Israeli hotel
  • 04:00 and they met up with a Christian brother
  • 04:02 who identifies with the Jewish people.
  • 04:11 I just relate to them because I can understand the persecution
  • 04:13 the Jewish people have gone through based on what the
  • 04:16 Native Americans have gone through with our Country
  • 04:18 and how we were persecuted.
  • 04:20 And when you look back at what happened to us
  • 04:23 and how everything functioned when the government came in.
  • 04:27 Right away they started taking away the land,
  • 04:29 started doing stuff.
  • 04:31 Then the next thing you know, the trail of tears.
  • 04:32 Then next we were put on reservations.
  • 04:34 Then from there they started putting us into the boarding schools.
  • 04:38 You can understand what they went through.
  • 04:40 They tried to genocide us.
  • 04:43 There were over 550 some Tribes that were here
  • 04:46 throughout the whole United States.
  • 04:48 And when you look at that even Hitler got his ideas
  • 04:51 from what the United States did to the Native Americans.
  • 04:54 He wrote it in his book.
  • 04:56 [Paraphrasing] "That's right, that's how I got my ideas
  • 04:58 to do what I did to the Jewish people.
  • 04:59 I got them from what the United States did to the Native American."
  • 05:02 So I can understand my brothers and sisters from Israel.
  • 05:06 I can relate to what they go through,
  • 05:08 the persecution on a daily basis.
  • 05:10 We as Native Americans still go through that persecution.
  • 05:12 We're a very humble people
  • 05:14 but yet we're still very prideful people.
  • 05:16 You look at us, even though per capita for us,
  • 05:19 there are more Native Americans
  • 05:21 serve in the military than any other type of,
  • 05:23 how would you say?,
  • 05:25 culture per capita for the size of what we are.
  • 05:28 Right away we take up arms to protect our country
  • 05:30 because that's our Land.
  • 05:33 So I understand when Israel calls for the cry
  • 05:36 when something happens that they put together
  • 05:38 an army of 10,000 together because
  • 05:40 they know and they don't want to happen
  • 05:43 what happened to them in the past.
  • 05:45 And it's a lesson to them.
  • 05:46 That's why they're educating and trying to educate people.
  • 05:49 I think that's why its' so important
  • 05:51 that when American people come here
  • 05:53 and they make their pilgrimage here to the Holy Land and
  • 05:55 they learn about Jesus and what Jesus did
  • 05:57 but then too, they're also being educated
  • 05:59 as to what happened to the Jewish people
  • 06:02 and why it's so important that
  • 06:04 when somebody says well you need give up this strip or piece of Land
  • 06:08 that you just can't because all those people are there.
  • 06:11 You walk across the street and now you are in the enemy's line.
  • 06:16 Even the groups that I've traveled with that have come here
  • 06:19 and the group that I'm with here,
  • 06:21 their minds are just blown.
  • 06:23 Because they didn't realize geographically how everything was.
  • 06:26 And it just opened their eyes.
  • 06:28 They're like, Wow, now I understand
  • 06:30 why that cry is for Israel.
  • 06:34 And they really have... it's humbled them
  • 06:37 but it's also opened their eyes
  • 06:39 and it's made, what I can see from the people,
  • 06:41 and this is my experience what I've seen
  • 06:43 from the people that I've traveled with,
  • 06:45 is their love for Israel.
  • 06:47 And I share with them, I say, you're not going to come back the same.
  • 06:50 Once you travel here, you come back here,
  • 06:52 you're not going to come back the same.
  • 06:53 You are going to have a spiritual awakening here in the Holy Land.
  • 06:59 Now let's go back to Haifa
  • 07:00 for more teaching from Eitan.
  • 07:04 The grief of the Jewish people following the Holocaust
  • 07:07 is something that's immeasurable.
  • 07:10 Interestingly, the prophets anticipated this grief
  • 07:14 as well as a time of joy and resurrection following it.
  • 07:18 Isaiah spoke about the grief of the Jewish people in this way, he said,
  • 07:37 What an incredible picture of the Messiah,
  • 07:39 that God is saying that He has placed His grief,
  • 07:42 which is exactly what it says in Isaiah 53,
  • 07:45 that the Messiah has carried our sorrows.
  • 07:47 Not only that but God predicts the resurrection,
  • 07:51 the response of the Jewish people following all this grief.
  • 08:07 Now let's go to "the" chapter that really speaks ultimately
  • 08:11 of the resurrection of the Jewish people.
  • 08:14 The chapter of the dry bones.
  • 08:16 As you probably know, in this chapter
  • 08:19 Israel is pictured as a valley of very, very dry bones.
  • 08:23 God asks Ezekiel if the bones can live.
  • 08:26 Ezekiel says, well, you know I'm waiting for the answer.
  • 08:30 God tells Ezekiel to breathe on the bones
  • 08:33 and when he does God says,
  • 09:00 What an incredible promise that really we have seen in our generation how
  • 09:04 out of the graves of the Holocaust the Jewish people return to Israel.
  • 09:09 This resurrection is also mirrored in the story of Lazarus in John Chapter 11,
  • 09:16 In which Lazarus dies, Yeshua weeps over the grave
  • 09:20 and then He comes to the edge of the grave
  • 09:23 and declares the resurrection of Lazarus.
  • 09:26 I believe that this is what God is called us to do in the spirit of Ezekiel
  • 09:31 who is told to speak to the bones, to prophecy to the bones that they would live.
  • 09:36 God has called us as Jewish and Gentile believers in Yeshua Jesus
  • 09:40 to prophecy to Israel that the Spirit of God will come upon us.
  • 09:46 Let us continue and fulfill this calling in our day
  • 09:50 and see the full resurrection of our people.
  • 09:59 As we all know in Israel
  • 10:01 the seventh day is called Shabbat .
  • 10:03 Every Friday in the afternoon when the sun comes down
  • 10:07 we are entering into Shabbat .
  • 10:09 So you would hear everywhere in the stores,
  • 10:12 after you did your groceries, your shopping,
  • 10:14 after you walked around the City,
  • 10:15 spend time with your friends
  • 10:17 you would say " Shabbat Shalom ".
  • 10:19 "May you have a peaceful, restful Shabbat ."
  • 10:22 I encourage you to do that and
  • 10:24 to just rest in the Presence of the Lord in the Seventh day.
  • 10:27 After the Shabbat is over
  • 10:30 you are entering in to a new week, new beginning
  • 10:34 and we bless it and we say, " Sha-vuah Tov "
  • 10:37 " Sha-vuah " means "Week"
  • 10:38 " Tov " means "Good".
  • 10:40 " Sha-vuah Tov "
  • 10:42 "May you have a good and wonderful week."
  • 10:46 Thank you so much Deanna.
  • 10:48 We are loving our Hebrew Lessons.
  • 10:50 Yes.
  • 10:51 Today we learned " Shabbat Shalom "
  • 10:53 which is the Peace of Shabbat,
  • 10:54 the Peace of the Day of Rest.
  • 10:55 That's right.
  • 10:56 And when do we say that?
  • 10:58 On Fridays.
  • 10:59 Friday evening.
  • 11:01 And also, at the end of Shabbat
  • 11:03 we would say " Shavua Tov "
  • 11:05 Let's say it together.
  • 11:06 " Shavua Tov "
  • 11:08 Which means...
  • 11:09 "Have a great week"!
  • 11:10 That's right.
  • 11:11 " Tov " is "Good"
  • 11:13 So we wish you, Shavua Tov ,
  • 11:15 Have a great week!
  • 11:15 Yes, we'll be right back.
  • 11:19 Are Gentile believers meant to adopt the Mosaic Law?
  • 11:22 Is there a separate Salvation Covenant for Israel
  • 11:24 that removes the necessity of Faith in Yeshua?
  • 11:27 Eitan Shishkoff tackles these questions and more
  • 11:30 in today's Resource "What About Us?"
  • 11:33 In this book Eitan uncovers concrete Scriptural evidence
  • 11:37 of God's original plan for Jews and Gentiles
  • 11:40 to become One in Messiah
  • 11:42 and work together for salvation of national Israel.
  • 11:45 Learn the importance of how the Gentile Church
  • 11:47 should relate to the remarkable Messianic movement
  • 11:50 of Jews accepting Jesus.
  • 11:52 An important read for believers in all walks of life.
  • 11:55 Please call us or go online
  • 11:57 and ask for the Resource "What About Us?"
  • 12:02 We'll return to the program in just a moment
  • 12:04 but first I wanted to ask
  • 12:06 if you've ever thought about what it takes to put this program together.
  • 12:10 I can assure you its a lot more than just
  • 12:12 lights - camera - action.
  • 12:14 There's a lot of prayer and planning.
  • 12:16 Our family is a lot like yours.
  • 12:19 We pray and we plan.
  • 12:21 And we hope that you'll be praying for us
  • 12:24 and planning to help support us too.
  • 12:34 If you're thinking about visiting the Holy Land
  • 12:36 come on a Zola Tour
  • 12:38 where the Scriptures come to life as you
  • 12:40 get teaching from a Messianic perspective
  • 12:43 Our Spring Tour goes to Israel and Petra
  • 12:45 In the Fall you can add a cruise of Greece and Ephesus.
  • 12:49 Come to Israel.
  • 12:51 See the Jewish roots of your faith.
  • 13:04 We would love for you to join us
  • 13:05 on a Zola Levitt Tour.
  • 13:07 Our tours are both in the Fall and the Spring.
  • 13:11 And we promise you that you will not return the same.
  • 13:15 We didn't and all those that have ever been on a Zola Tour
  • 13:18 come back different.
  • 13:20 Yes
  • 13:20 We guarantee that.
  • 13:22 Now today we learned from Diana
  • 13:23 our Hebrew lesson " Shabbat Shalom ".
  • 13:26 One of the best places in this world
  • 13:29 to experience the beginning of Shabbat is at
  • 13:32 the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
  • 13:34 Where you will be if you go on a tour with us.
  • 13:37 Chaim is there right now to tell us more.
  • 13:45 Welcome to Mount Moriah.
  • 13:47 Welcome to Mount Zion
  • 13:48 Welcome to the very closest wall we can get to
  • 13:50 to where the Temple stood.
  • 13:52 Jews and Gentiles from all nations are here.
  • 13:55 Children...Adults, they're putting
  • 13:56 their prayers on those papers and
  • 13:58 they're putting them in that wall because
  • 14:00 they believe that God will hear their prayer and answer it.
  • 14:02 It says in I Peter Chapter 2
  • 14:05 "I lay in Zion the Cornerstone".
  • 14:07 And it goes on,
  • 14:08 "That Cornerstone that was rejected by the builders
  • 14:10 has become the Chief Cornerstone"
  • 14:12 And we're seeing people from Finland,
  • 14:13 people from Denmark,
  • 14:15 people from U.S.Canada
  • 14:17 everywhere praying here because why?
  • 14:19 Because God placed His Name here.
  • 14:21 Let me read to you when Solomon dedicated this Temple what he said.
  • 14:31 Well you know what?
  • 14:33 God says for Jew and Gentile, anyone - Isaiah 56
  • 14:36 Anyone who binds themself to the Lord God,
  • 14:39 them I will bring here to this place.
  • 14:42 This is my House of Prayer for all Nations.
  • 14:55 It's a wonderful pleasure to
  • 14:57 introduce to you
  • 14:58 some very dear people to my life,
  • 15:00 my family.
  • 15:01 My first born son Mattias
  • 15:02 Mattias
  • 15:04 which means "Gift from God"
  • 15:06 Can you say " Shalom "?
  • 15:07 Shalom
  • 15:09 My daughter Hadar
  • 15:10 Hello Hadar
  • 15:12 who's learning Hebrew still.
  • 15:14 And of course my lovely wife, Deanna.
  • 15:16 Now, Deanna
  • 15:18 could you tell the wonderful people
  • 15:19 How a Canadian girl got God's heart
  • 15:21 for the restoration
  • 15:22 of the Land of Israel
  • 15:23 and it's people?
  • 15:24 Sure
  • 15:25 My name is Deanna.
  • 15:27 I grew up in a Christian home in Canada.
  • 15:31 Growing up my Dad really
  • 15:34 taught us how to pray for
  • 15:35 the peace of Jerusalem.
  • 15:37 But not until I was 21
  • 15:38 did I really get God's heart
  • 15:40 for the restoration of the Land.
  • 15:42 And my heart was really for
  • 15:44 seeing God's prophesies coming to life
  • 15:48 seeing the ancient ruins being rebuilt
  • 15:50 and the Jewish people move back
  • 15:52 and make Aliyah to Israel and
  • 15:55 seeing them planted firmly in the Land.
  • 15:57 And it's so important that we as believers
  • 15:59 are praying for the peace of Jerusalem
  • 16:02 standing here with this Land
  • 16:04 and supporting the body here in Israel.
  • 16:09 David - now let's go back to Eitan as he
  • 16:11 wraps up this week's teaching.
  • 16:14 The story of the Prodigal Son
  • 16:16 which shows the father's compassion for his lost boy
  • 16:20 is something that also speaks to us
  • 16:22 about a return from the dead.
  • 16:25 I know a little bit about being a lost son.
  • 16:28 I was one.
  • 16:30 In the 60's and the 70's I wandered from the goals
  • 16:34 and the ambitions that my folks had set for me,
  • 16:37 what they were hoping for me to accomplish.
  • 16:39 As I cycled through political demonstrations,
  • 16:42 going to jail for my convictions, taking drugs,
  • 16:45 and then finally spinning out of society all together
  • 16:49 going back to a primitive life in the mountains of North America.
  • 16:54 When I finally came back I remember their joy.
  • 16:57 I remember the feeling of "welcome home".
  • 17:01 This is exactly what happened to the prodigal son.
  • 17:04 But on the way he wasted his inheritance.
  • 17:07 He was given an opportunity to do well.
  • 17:11 I see in this story a parallel with the Jewish people.
  • 17:15 Stay with me...
  • 17:16 so that you can follow what I'm saying.
  • 17:19 The Jewish people were exiled after being given the way of life by God,
  • 17:24 after being given the Scriptures,
  • 17:26 after being given the Land of Israel.
  • 17:28 And as we wandered into the nations,
  • 17:31 eventually we came back according to the mercy of the Father.
  • 17:36 As we came back, God has welcomed us back to this country.
  • 17:41 But interestingly the story doesn't end there
  • 17:44 because as the father is celebrating and saying,
  • 17:46 "here is my son who was dead and now he's alive,
  • 17:49 he was lost and now he's found.",
  • 17:52 There's another brother.
  • 17:53 I call him the "stay at home brother"
  • 17:55 and he's bitter, he's resentful,
  • 17:57 he's, "well this guy wasted his inheritance,
  • 18:00 I've been here all along being faithful."
  • 18:02 And the father says,
  • 18:04 "You could have had anything that you wanted.
  • 18:05 I want you to join me in the celebration."
  • 18:09 What I see is that the "stay at home" brother is like the church.
  • 18:13 Like the Christians throughout history
  • 18:15 who have not received the Jewish people.
  • 18:18 But in our generation that's changing and
  • 18:20 I know that those of you are watching
  • 18:23 and are listening to me now,
  • 18:25 are a different kind of brother.
  • 18:26 You're saying, "Welcome home!"
  • 18:28 "Welcome home prodigal."
  • 18:29 "Welcome home Jewish people."
  • 18:32 This reminds me incredibly of a passage in the book of Hosea,
  • 18:37 where the prophet says this,
  • 18:57 What an incredible story we're a part of.
  • 18:59 And this is where I believe that our calling together
  • 19:03 really is beautifully pictured by the Lord,
  • 19:06 as He shows 2 brothers being reconciled...
  • 19:09 well, potentially being reconciled.
  • 19:11 I think it's for us to see a different ending to that story.
  • 19:15 This is what the Father is beckoning us,
  • 19:18 to embrace one another as the Jewish brother has returned
  • 19:21 from 2,000 years of exile to come back to our home,
  • 19:26 but not only that,
  • 19:28 to come back to the Son of David...
  • 19:30 Jesus, the Messiah.
  • 19:31 We are indeed brothers.
  • 19:39 Thank you Eitan.
  • 19:40 Our program this week is on "Dry Bones"
  • 19:43 and I know that Kirsten and I have
  • 19:45 been singing about Dry Bones
  • 19:47 since Grade School, at Camp and in Sunday School.
  • 19:50 And I think our theology has been all wrong on the song.
  • 19:53 Can you...
  • 19:54 Well God bless.
  • 19:55 The song speaks about our own resurrection
  • 19:57 and that surely is to come.
  • 19:59 The ultimate miracle by the way,
  • 20:01 the ultimate raising from the dead.
  • 20:03 Right.
  • 20:03 We all have an appointment
  • 20:05 on the other side of the grave.
  • 20:07 But the story behind that in Ezekiel is
  • 20:09 God's raising Israel from the grave.
  • 20:12 That's oft neglected.
  • 20:13 Yes
  • 20:14 It is blooming.
  • 20:16 And I think that was one of the words in the Scriptures
  • 20:18 that is coming to life,
  • 20:21 the blooming of the desert.
  • 20:24 Where is that prophecy?
  • 20:25 In Psalms he speaks of
  • 20:27 the desert coming back to life,
  • 20:29 the desert becoming a garden.
  • 20:31 And it's enlivened with peoples that
  • 20:34 were emaciated forms coming out of a holocaust.
  • 20:37 You know, Israel's national anthem
  • 20:40 comes out of Ezekiel 37
  • 20:42 where they say "Our hope is lost"
  • 20:44 because those bones... people are all dried up.
  • 20:47 And " Hatikvah " , the Israel national anthem "The Hope"
  • 20:51 evolves out of this.
  • 20:53 Jews operate with an understanding
  • 20:55 of this prophecy being fulfilled in our day.
  • 21:00 That's right.
  • 21:01 Last time we were in Israel
  • 21:03 everywhere we'd go we'd see cranes going up
  • 21:05 and buildings being raised.
  • 21:07 Zola called it the national bird of Israel, the crane.
  • 21:09 So it's happening even today.
  • 21:11 Yes, it's fascinating.
  • 21:13 There really is a revival there of renewal.
  • 21:15 And of course Israel's emergence in a national sense is one thing.
  • 21:20 It's an important thing, it's a prophetic thing.
  • 21:22 But this presages the resurrection of the dead for all people.
  • 21:26 I know my friend Eitan got ahead of the game a little bit enthusiastically
  • 21:30 and wanted to pull it off there and then on the spot.
  • 21:32 It wasn't successful.
  • 21:34 We've all done things back in the day.
  • 21:35 Well, the life, that's the word.
  • 21:36 The life came when he closed his eyes here
  • 21:40 and he started his new life there.
  • 21:42 So the life, it did come.
  • 21:44 It did come.
  • 21:45 And we all have an appointment with the resurrection.
  • 21:47 That is I Corinthians 15 "101"
  • 21:50 At the end of the day
  • 21:51 that day is coming
  • 21:53 and I appreciate those who step up
  • 21:54 and believe God for greater things and miracles.
  • 21:56 Cause he does those too.
  • 21:58 But here in Ezekiel 37
  • 22:00 we see at play today with God's raising up National Israel.
  • 22:03 So are our preachers preaching the right theology
  • 22:07 about dry bones?
  • 22:08 I...you know I don't want to be the religious police.
  • 22:12 I always tell people they need to teach the text in its context.
  • 22:15 Ezekiel 37 isn't about personal resurrection.
  • 22:18 It's about the restoration of National Israel.
  • 22:21 And Zola, by the way, was one of
  • 22:23 the first to call it out on TV and
  • 22:24 "let's look at what it says and what it really is."
  • 22:27 And now you and we are carrying on in that tradition.
  • 22:30 We're seeing it.
  • 22:31 That's right.
  • 22:32 And I don't want to spend too much time
  • 22:33 because it's such a hard subject but
  • 22:35 the Holocaust,
  • 22:36 how did life come from the Holocaust?
  • 22:39 Cause it was such a horrible...
  • 22:41 Who'd think that these emaciated...
  • 22:44 You know my mother was smuggled out of Nazi Germany
  • 22:46 by nuns and died in a mental hospital.
  • 22:48 People were hurt.
  • 22:49 And that just attests to the miracle the more so.
  • 22:52 You wouldn't expect such beauty to come out of such ashes.
  • 22:56 Right.
  • 22:57 That's another Scripture.
  • 22:58 That's good.
  • 22:59 But it is and we're seeing it now.
  • 23:01 We are.
  • 23:02 That's the excitement of what's happening in Israel.
  • 23:04 That's right.
  • 23:06 Thank you so much for your insight today on the dry bones.
  • 23:09 And right now Carolyn Hyde has a wonderful song,
  • 23:12 a Messianic song.
  • 23:14 Let's go there now.
  • 23:23Elohim hivteach ,
  • 23:27L'shloach et ha Go'el
  • 23:33Hu shalach oto , Hu shalach oto ,
  • 23:41Elohim has promised, to send to us the Redeemer ♪
  • 23:52 ♪ He sent Him ♪
  • 23:56 ♪ He sent Him ♪
  • 24:00Hu chai b'tochi
  • 24:05 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai b'tochi
  • 24:10Hu chai b'tochi
  • 24:14 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai
  • 24:19 ♪ He lives within me ♪
  • 24:22 [Singer echoes] ♪ He lives within me ♪
  • 24:28 ♪ He lives within me ♪
  • 24:32 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai
  • 24:35Elohim natan li , hatchala chadasha
  • 24:45Hu shichrer oti , Hu shichrer oti
  • 24:52Elohim has given, a new beginning to me ♪
  • 25:03 ♪ He released me ♪
  • 25:05 [Singer echoes] ♪ He released me ♪
  • 25:07 ♪ He released me ♪
  • 25:12Hu chai b'tochi
  • 25:17 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai b'tochi
  • 25:21Hu chai b'tochi
  • 25:25 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai
  • 25:30Hu chai b'tochi
  • 25:39Hu chai b'tochi
  • 25:43 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai
  • 25:48Hu chai b'tochi
  • 25:57Hu chai b'tochi
  • 26:02 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai
  • 26:07Hu chai b'tochi
  • 26:10 [Singer echoes] ♪ Hu chai b'tochi
  • 26:15Hu chai b'tochi
  • 26:19 ♪ [Guitar melody] ♪♪
  • 26:35 Thank you so much Carolyn.
  • 26:36 It's a treat for us to hear you.
  • 26:39 We're also singers.
  • 26:40 We love music.
  • 26:41 And to hear people from across the world sing,
  • 26:44 especially to sing about Yeshua
  • 26:46 is a treat!
  • 26:47 It is.
  • 26:48 I think our word for today was "Life"!
  • 26:51 I believe the Hebrew word is "Chai", right?
  • 26:54 Oooh, he's applying the Hebrew lessons.
  • 26:57 It is!
  • 26:58 And I think we focus more on the bones and the dry bones rather
  • 27:03 than the life that God is speaking into His people,
  • 27:07 the ones that love Yeshua
  • 27:09 and also that beautiful Land that He created.
  • 27:12 Amen!
  • 27:13 We love to end this program with this Prayer.
  • 27:14 Sha'lu Shalom Yerushalayim .
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