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Episode: “2019 — The Year Ahead”
David, Kirsten and Jeff preview what viewers will be seeing in the coming year including Warrior King, Divine Deliverance, Esther, Psalms of Ascent and more.

Caption transcript for “2019 — The Year Ahead”

  • 00:01 David Hart: What's ahead for "Zola Levitt Presents" in 2019?
  • 00:06 Find out right now. ♪♪♪
  • 00:11 male announcer: "Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God
  • 00:14 for Israel is, that they might be saved.
  • 00:18 For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek:
  • 00:21 for the same Lord over all is rich unto all
  • 00:23 that call upon him."
  • 00:26 "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:29 ♪♪♪
  • 00:35 David: Thank you for joining us today
  • 00:37 on "Zola Levitt Presents," I'm David Hart.
  • 00:38 Kirsten Hart: I'm Kirsten Hart. Jeffrey Seif: Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:40 David: On today's program, we'd like to show you some
  • 00:42 of the things we have planned for 2019.
  • 00:46 I can't believe we're there already.
  • 00:48 Kirsten: Right? Like, where are the flying cars?
  • 00:50 I mean, it's unbelievable we're at this year.
  • 00:52 And you look to-- you're a visionary.
  • 00:55 What does the next year look like to you?
  • 00:57 Jeffrey: Well, speak about flying cars,
  • 00:58 time flies, doesn't it?
  • 01:00 And I'll tell you, relative to the future, I think all
  • 01:03 of us--all of us, that is me, you, we, our audience,
  • 01:07 all of us should be concerned for the future,
  • 01:09 professionally and personally, 'cause we're gonna all spend
  • 01:11 the rest of our lives in the future.
  • 01:14 And that future is predicated upon decisions
  • 01:16 that we make right now, and "Zola Levitt Presents"
  • 01:19 has made an executive decision
  • 01:21 to present onward into the future.
  • 01:23 Really good programming, great interviews too.
  • 01:27 David: That's great.
  • 01:28 One of the things we love to do is go to Israel
  • 01:30 on a Zola Levitt tour.
  • 01:32 We've met some amazing folks who live there
  • 01:35 and we've had them actually on our program.
  • 01:37 One of those people that live in Jerusalem is our son, Ryan Hart.
  • 01:41 Let's take a look at some of those previews right now.
  • 01:45 ♪♪♪
  • 01:50 ♪ O Lord my God, ♪
  • 01:53 ♪ when I in awesome wonder ♪
  • 01:56 ♪ consider all the worlds thy hands have made. ♪
  • 02:02 ♪ I see the stars. ♪
  • 02:05 ♪ I hear the rolling thunder. ♪
  • 02:09 ♪ Thy power throughout the universe displayed. ♪
  • 02:14 David: So, you got a text a while back when you
  • 02:17 were living in the USA, and this text said, "Hey, Ryan,
  • 02:25 how would you like to live in Israel?"
  • 02:28 I don't think that was by chance.
  • 02:30 I think--tell us what your experience was,
  • 02:32 if you felt God calling you here.
  • 02:34 How did that come about?
  • 02:36 Ryan Hart: So, when I got that text asking if I would
  • 02:38 wanna come here, and live here, and work for two years,
  • 02:42 I thought, "Why me?"
  • 02:45 But it really has been God working through everything.
  • 02:49 Like, I see that in just the opportunities
  • 02:52 that I've been given.
  • 02:54 I've gotten to travel all around Israel filming amazing projects
  • 02:58 that ICEJ helps out with.
  • 03:00 ICEJ is the organization that I'm with, the International
  • 03:04 Christian Embassy Jerusalem, and I've just been able to make
  • 03:07 so many connections with people here in the land and even
  • 03:11 outside of it, just people who come here for tours, they're
  • 03:15 here for a day, a week, a month, a year, even more.
  • 03:20 And so that, along with the young adults group that I
  • 03:23 attend, have just been a really solid way for me to connect
  • 03:27 with people here in the land.
  • 03:29 David: Another interesting person we met in Israel
  • 03:31 is Messianic musician and YouTube artist Joshua Aaron.
  • 03:35 Here he is now.
  • 03:38 ♪ You are holy. ♪
  • 03:42 David: You call yourself a YouTube artist.
  • 03:44 [laughing]
  • 03:45 Joshua Aaron: Yeah.
  • 03:46 David: And I think you're more than that, but just tell us
  • 03:48 how you got started, where you think you're going
  • 03:49 with your music, and who you wanna reach.
  • 03:51 Joshua: Well, I really feel like I think we're all called to
  • 03:53 be a bridge in some way, so I feel like I'm called to be
  • 03:56 a bridge between Judaism, Messianic Judaism,
  • 03:59 and the church, bringing everybody together,
  • 04:04 because I believe that's who Messiah's coming back
  • 04:05 for, one bride.
  • 04:07 So, music is the tool and, you know, when I write,
  • 04:10 I kinda write with that in mind, to bring people together.
  • 04:13 "How Great Is Our God" for instance.
  • 04:15 I didn't write that song, a friend of mine, Ed Cash,
  • 04:17 and Chris Tomlin wrote that song,
  • 04:19 and I think another guy with them.
  • 04:21 I heard the world version came out and they sang it
  • 04:23 in several languages.
  • 04:24 David: Loved it.
  • 04:26 Joshua: And I loved it too, but when they finished, they got
  • 04:28 to the last language, I'm like, "Uh!"
  • 04:30 I'm waiting for Hebrew.
  • 04:31 Because I mean, they didn't have to sing it in Hebrew,
  • 04:33 but in my mind, we're in a prophetic day and age
  • 04:36 where Israel shouldn't exist.
  • 04:38 I mean, it's miraculous.
  • 04:40 My great-grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.
  • 04:41 My grandmother came here. My mom was born here.
  • 04:45 And this never happened in the history of the world where
  • 04:48 a nation would come back to life just like as the prophets would
  • 04:52 say, especially after 2,000 years, and a language.
  • 04:56 Kirsten: I have some insider scoop for you on Joshua Aaron.
  • 05:00 Our son, Ryan Hart, who you just saw, was doing a filming with
  • 05:04 Joshua Aaron up in the Galilee for one of Joshua's new videos
  • 05:08 and Joshua Aaron loves polka music.
  • 05:11 So, there's an insider scoops.
  • 05:13 That's his favorite kind of music.
  • 05:15 He plays it all the time when people are on set.
  • 05:17 So, we love Joshua Aaron.
  • 05:18 If you go on YouTube you can see all his videos,
  • 05:20 download his CDs.
  • 05:22 His music is fantastic.
  • 05:24 And also, you got to see our boy.
  • 05:26 We love him.
  • 05:28 David: Another thing, we love the testimonies that we view
  • 05:31 every week on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 05:34 Things are happening in Israel even today.
  • 05:36 The past 70 years, it's a lot stronger now.
  • 05:39 Kirsten: It is, it's getting-- I like the strength.
  • 05:41 I like that word.
  • 05:42 David: We love the testimonies and the stories
  • 05:44 of things going on in Israel.
  • 05:45 Kirsten: Right, it's getting strong.
  • 05:46 And speaking of strong, King David, one of
  • 05:48 the most famous kings of Israel, was very strong.
  • 05:50 He fought Goliath.
  • 05:52 Jeffrey: Yes, he did.
  • 05:54 Here's a new Hebrew word for you, "chazak."
  • 05:57 Kirsten: Chazak, chazak.
  • 05:58 Jeffrey: It means "be strong."
  • 06:00 Let's now look at some excerpts from "The Warrior King."
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  • 06:58 narrator: The city of David was a fitting place for a king,
  • 07:01 but the crown jewel was missing.
  • 07:04 David's desire was that the very presence be brought to his city,
  • 07:08 and so it was that we were among those appointed to escort the
  • 07:12 golden ark of the covenant to Jerusalem.
  • 07:19 Our delight that day was in the Lord.
  • 07:22 As David danced in the streets of Jerusalem,
  • 07:24 our hearts leaped for joy.
  • 07:27 Jerusalem had become a city of the Living God.
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  • 07:54 Jeffrey: He didn't do a very good job of containing himself,
  • 07:57 now did he?
  • 07:58 He invoked the ire of his wife, who thought he was playing
  • 08:01 the fool in front of the masses.
  • 08:03 And why is that is because David was so very ecstatic
  • 08:08 when the ark was brought into the city.
  • 08:11 He was beside himself.
  • 08:14 And the reason is is because he knew that it was the Lord
  • 08:17 who placed him where he was.
  • 08:19 He credited the Lord with his success.
  • 08:25 narrator: Thus sayeth the Lord God unto them,
  • 08:28 "Therefore when I save my flock,
  • 08:31 then they shall no more be prey.
  • 08:34 I will set up one Shepherd over them and he shall feed them,
  • 08:38 even my servant David.
  • 08:41 He shall feed them and he shall be their Shepherd,
  • 08:45 and I the Lord will be their God, and my servant David
  • 08:50 a prince among men.
  • 08:52 I the Lord have spoken it."
  • 08:58 Jeffrey: I'm coming to you from the Kidron Valley.
  • 09:03 To my left, you can't see it, the ancient temple once stood,
  • 09:08 and now there's Turkish walls round about it.
  • 09:10 To my right, the Mount of Olives.
  • 09:13 And here in a valley where shepherds used to frequent,
  • 09:17 verdant lands, but that was yesteryear.
  • 09:21 Behind me is a monument to a name that's not often
  • 09:26 repeated here in Israel.
  • 09:29 It's a monument to Absalom, and why he would be remembered
  • 09:34 in a place like this is anybody's guess because,
  • 09:37 truth be known, he himself is persona non grata.
  • 09:42 And why is that?
  • 09:44 Because Absalom was David's son who sought to kill him.
  • 09:48 He drove David out of his own palace, made the king run
  • 09:52 for his life in the later years of his life.
  • 09:56 As Absalom, the name "Avi" means "my father,"
  • 10:00 and "shalom" is "peace."
  • 10:02 He has a name connected to peace, "My father is peace,"
  • 10:06 but he gave his father tsuris, truth be known.
  • 10:11 Kirsten: As we journey into 2019, I think it's appropriate
  • 10:14 to bring you a series on strength
  • 10:17 and the strength of King David.
  • 10:20 You're bringing it to us.
  • 10:21 Jeffrey: Yes, a warrior king. Fascinating, isn't it?
  • 10:24 If you look at the Bible, a lot of those guys were warriors.
  • 10:27 In fact, even Paul, when he wants to talk about
  • 10:29 the Christian life, it's the helmet of salvation,
  • 10:33 it's the breast plate, it's the shield of faith,
  • 10:36 the sword of the spirit.
  • 10:37 Warrior motifs, yes?
  • 10:39 Kirsten: Why do we have to be so strong?
  • 10:41 Isn't God fighting for us? Do we have to be strong?
  • 10:43 Jeffrey: Well, yes, but he's fighting through us,
  • 10:45 not just for us.
  • 10:46 Now, listen, it's called "The Warrior King," but it's
  • 10:49 subtitled, and hear me on this, "The Warrior King:
  • 10:53 David-like Leadership for Goliath-like Times."
  • 10:59 It's timeless, isn't it?
  • 11:01 At the end of the day, there's a struggle.
  • 11:02 The Bible talks about fighting the good fight of the faith.
  • 11:06 We contend individually, collectively as a body
  • 11:09 of believers and as a nation.
  • 11:12 David-like leadership.
  • 11:15 We need to be strong, chazak, and we're tapping into that
  • 11:20 when we look at what the Bible says about leadership.
  • 11:23 It's principles of leadership, success, growth, development,
  • 11:28 forward momentum.
  • 11:30 Stuff that we need as a culture, as a body of believers,
  • 11:33 stuff that we need as individuals.
  • 11:36 Now, I did this series a few years back
  • 11:38 and we're bringing it to you afresh,
  • 11:40 because the Bible's fresh in Hebrew.
  • 11:43 "L'dor va'dor," there's another one,
  • 11:46 from generation to generation.
  • 11:50 It doesn't go old.
  • 11:52 And the need--doesn't grow old, rather.
  • 11:54 The need for David-like leadership is as true now
  • 12:00 as it ever was.
  • 12:02 Stay tuned, you're gonna love it.
  • 12:04 David: And you're teaching on location
  • 12:07 right where that happened.
  • 12:09 There's gotta be something to that also.
  • 12:10 Jeffrey: Yes, and Levitt Ministry partners not only paid
  • 12:13 for me to teach, but for dramatic re-enactments
  • 12:17 to really bring the Bible story alive.
  • 12:21 David: That's right.
  • 12:22 Kirsten: That's what Zola Levitt has been known for all
  • 12:24 these years and we actually have a new series that we're gonna be
  • 12:27 bringing you, showing and showcasing the dramas that we
  • 12:31 have brought to you over the years "Zola Levitt Presents"
  • 12:34 has been on the air, and also highlighting some of the actors
  • 12:38 and actresses and their stories.
  • 12:40 Let's take a sneak peek now.
  • 12:44 narrator: And the Lord visited Sarah as he had said,
  • 12:48 and the Lord did unto Sarah as he had spoken.
  • 12:51 For Sarah conceived and bear Abraham a son in his old age
  • 12:56 at the set time of which God had spoken to him.
  • 13:37 Jeffrey: There's a certain experience that the movie
  • 13:41 captures, that gentle moment, that mother with child.
  • 13:47 I think it's hard for a male to understand that, and it's easy
  • 13:50 for a theologian just to dive into the text, and the contents,
  • 13:53 and context, and word studies, and just miss the tenderness
  • 13:57 of the moment entirely.
  • 14:01 I don't want to apologize for who I am, I've gotta run with
  • 14:04 it, but there's something about seeing it.
  • 14:07 There's a kind of soulish beauty there.
  • 14:11 ♪♪♪
  • 14:16 [crying]
  • 15:19 Jeffrey: When I look at the clip you just saw, I cry,
  • 15:23 and I'm not a real crying kind of guy.
  • 15:26 My wife wishes I would be more in touch with my feelings,
  • 15:29 and I really am working at it, but I'm more of a type A.
  • 15:33 I don't just emote all that often.
  • 15:36 But not only do I honestly shed a tear when I see it,
  • 15:39 whenever I read the story I get emotional.
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  • 16:14 female announcer: For many, a trip to the holy land
  • 16:16 is the dream of a lifetime.
  • 16:18 The Bible truly comes alive as you see the sights where so many
  • 16:22 biblical events happened, where the teaching is always
  • 16:26 from a Messianic perspective.
  • 16:28 Come on a Zola tour in the spring to see Israel and Petra,
  • 16:32 or in the fall to add a cruise to Greece and Ephesus.
  • 16:36 See the land of the Bible for yourself.
  • 16:39 Contact us to reserve your dream of a lifetime.
  • 16:44 David: Springtime is one of our favorite times to get
  • 16:48 on the bus and see Israel blooming.
  • 16:51 It's prophetic, but it's also beautiful.
  • 16:54 There's still room for you to join us on our spring tour.
  • 16:57 Go to levitt.com for all of the information.
  • 16:59 Kirsten: March 10 is the date that we head off to Israel,
  • 17:02 so sign up.
  • 17:04 If you've ever wanted to go, now is the time.
  • 17:07 David: Join us.
  • 17:08 Kirsten: And speaking of tours, our son Ryan who lives in
  • 17:10 Jerusalem followed us around for a few days with his camera,
  • 17:13 and we would like to show you what a Zola tour
  • 17:16 looks like from Ryan Hart's camera.
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  • 19:19 ♪ How great is our God. ♪
  • 19:27 ♪ How great is our God. ♪
  • 19:32 ♪ Sing with me, how great is our God. ♪
  • 19:37 ♪ And all will see how great, ♪
  • 19:44 ♪ how great is our God. ♪
  • 19:48 David: We have some friends who recently went to Israel
  • 19:50 on another tour with a different company,
  • 19:53 and they told us that there was one thing missing.
  • 19:56 They didn't have the Messianic teaching and the perspective
  • 19:59 from our tour guides.
  • 20:01 Kirsten: And that's what we have every tour.
  • 20:03 You've got to go with us.
  • 20:05 And speaking of Messianic perspective, Dov Schwarz,
  • 20:07 Chaim Malespin, you've seen them on our program,
  • 20:11 they're also on our YouTube page.
  • 20:13 Click on levitt.com, find all their past videos, watch them.
  • 20:17 They bring such life and such knowledge as you do
  • 20:21 to our program from a Messianic perspective.
  • 20:24 Jeffrey: Well, you're kind to say.
  • 20:25 There's 168 hours in a week.
  • 20:28 For 30 minutes, to look at the good news through the eyes
  • 20:31 of the Jews, that's what Zola Levitt Ministries
  • 20:33 is all about on television.
  • 20:35 When people go to Israel with us, that's what they see.
  • 20:39 When they read our articles, they get the good news
  • 20:42 through the eyes of the Jews.
  • 20:44 I think that's worth something.
  • 20:46 And those of you that support us, and please, please, please,
  • 20:49 we--as the old Beatles song goes,
  • 20:51 "We can get by with a little help from some friends."
  • 20:55 Please, if you find value added in looking at the good news
  • 21:00 through the eyes of the Jews, please help hold up our hands.
  • 21:05 Kirsten: That's good news, and thank you so much.
  • 21:08 A friend of our ministry, Tommy Waller, is in Israel,
  • 21:12 and he does something very special and unique.
  • 21:15 He has thousands of Christian volunteers go to Israel
  • 21:19 to help Israeli farmers.
  • 21:21 It's something unique and it's making a difference in Israel.
  • 21:25 Let's hear a little bit from Tommy now.
  • 21:30 Tommy Waller: Christianity has developed
  • 21:35 an understanding of the Bible with Israel extracted from it.
  • 21:41 And then all of the sudden, we shockingly--we were awakened
  • 21:48 in 1948 to a new reality, that the Bible's actually true.
  • 21:56 We can actually touch it.
  • 21:58 In Jewish thought, and I've heard this several times, that,
  • 22:02 you know, the objective of the redemption is to return to Eden.
  • 22:08 It's to--we started in this holy place where we're communing
  • 22:13 with God freely, without a temple,
  • 22:16 but communing with God freely.
  • 22:18 And so, the process then after the fall is to get back.
  • 22:23 We gotta get back there.
  • 22:26 Jeffrey: Tommy Waller, great guy, and we have great guys
  • 22:29 and gals coming your way.
  • 22:31 In fact, one of which is a series that I did
  • 22:33 some years ago on Esther.
  • 22:36 That's not a guy, that's a gal.
  • 22:38 And the reason why I did it is because I wanted
  • 22:40 to celebrate women.
  • 22:41 The reason why I wanted to do that is
  • 22:43 because God celebrates women.
  • 22:45 In fact, Esther was a game-changer.
  • 22:47 There are women that help us behind the scenes
  • 22:49 and it's a game-changer for "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 22:52 And there are women in biblical history that are game-changers
  • 22:55 behind the scenes as well.
  • 22:57 We'll look at some scenes from that, some more from the Psalms
  • 23:00 that I did some years ago on the Psalms of Ascent,
  • 23:03 always timeless, always good.
  • 23:06 And then we'll hear from our good friend Dov Schwarz as well.
  • 23:09 Lots of scenes, lots happening at "Zola Levitt Presents,"
  • 23:12 lots that we wanna bring to you.
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  • 23:23 Jeffrey: Our story today is played out against the backdrop
  • 23:27 of someone that has trouble sleeping.
  • 23:29 You might recall the story in the 6th chapter
  • 23:32 of the book of Esther.
  • 23:34 Interestingly, providentially, Xerxes just couldn't get to bed.
  • 23:39 And what he did is he called for someone to come and read
  • 23:44 and help him to explore if there's any unfinished business.
  • 23:47 And he was reminded of the fact that some time prior,
  • 23:50 there was a plot against his life, and there was
  • 23:53 a Jew named Mordecai who was given to helping him.
  • 24:10 Jeffrey: She wanted to be a help.
  • 24:13 She wanted to save her people.
  • 24:15 And so, she arranges to visit her husband again and petition
  • 24:19 on their behalf that Jews be allowed to make a spirited
  • 24:22 defense, given the fact that a decree was enacted
  • 24:26 for their destruction.
  • 24:28 ♪♪♪
  • 24:37 narrator: In Bible times, olive oil was used for cooking,
  • 24:40 for light, for ointment, and perhaps most importantly,
  • 24:44 for anointing.
  • 24:47 "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren
  • 24:50 to dwell together in unity.
  • 24:53 It's like the precious ointment upon the head that ran down upon
  • 24:57 the beard, even Aaron's beard that went down to the skirts
  • 25:01 of his garment, like the dew that descended
  • 25:05 upon the mountains of Zion."
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  • 25:15 Jeffrey: Psalm 133 is one of the better-known psalms,
  • 25:18 in the Christian world and in the Jewish world.
  • 25:21 Oh, in the Jewish world in America anyway, Jews grow up
  • 25:24 singing, "Hineh ma tov uma na'im shevet achim gam yachad,"
  • 25:28 from the first verse, "How good and pleasant it is
  • 25:31 when brethren dwell together in unity."
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  • 25:44 Dov Schwarz: The next covenant I wanna share with you,
  • 25:48 we get some hints about it in the gospels as Messiah Yeshua,
  • 25:54 our Lord Jesus, is walking through the streets in Jerusalem
  • 25:59 and a man cries out to him who was blind, Blind Bartimaeus.
  • 26:04 And what does he cry out?
  • 26:06 "O Son of David, have mercy on me."
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  • 26:16 Chaim Malespin: Here we are in one of my favorite spots
  • 26:18 in the land of Israel, Shiloh, ancient Shiloh,
  • 26:21 as we say in Hebrew.
  • 26:23 Yeah, we are in the heartland of Israel.
  • 26:24 Some would call it the West Bank.
  • 26:26 The Bible calls it Judea and Samaria.
  • 26:31 Sarah Liberman: Shalom Haverim.
  • 26:33 One of the more common words you're gonna hear in Israel and
  • 26:36 use in Hebrew is the word "beseder," which means "okay."
  • 26:42 David: There is so much more we'd like to show you,
  • 26:44 but we are almost out of time.
  • 26:46 Kirsten: 2019 is coming up. We're in it right now.
  • 26:50 We have great things in store and it's because of you,
  • 26:53 our viewers.
  • 26:54 So, thank you for supporting this program.
  • 26:57 Jeff Seif, any last words?
  • 26:59 Jeffrey: Yes, how 'bout a foundational word, "faith."
  • 27:03 Let me hear you say amen.
  • 27:05 The Hebrew amein, I believe it.
  • 27:08 You know, Scripture says that without faith it is impossible
  • 27:11 to please God, for whoever would draw near to God must first
  • 27:16 believe that he exists and that he is a rewarder
  • 27:21 of those who seek him.
  • 27:24 We're seeking him at "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 27:26 Thank you for seeking him with us.
  • 27:29 Wise men still seek him, wise women do too.
  • 27:33 Off we go over the horizon to a new and uncertain world.
  • 27:38 We roll the dice against the future, but we know
  • 27:41 who holds the key to the future.
  • 27:43 Isn't it great to walk with God as we forge ahead?
  • 27:46 Kirsten: Faith, faith, faith every day, every step.
  • 27:49 Jeffrey: Yes, speaking of steps, as we take this next one
  • 27:52 together, I wanna close the way I always do,
  • 27:55 the way we always do, sha'alu shalom Yerushalayim.
  • 28:00 David: Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
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  • 28:25 male announcer: This has been a paid program brought to you
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