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Episode: “Abraham”
A journey into an unforeseen future began with a step of faith toward a promised land. The God of Israel still leads those who follow Him, oftentimes through barren places. He shows His power in weakness.
Series: “Divine Deliverance”
from Avraham to Yeshua
In this series, we examine how the Lord offered a message of deliverance through 12 significant Bible characters, beginning with faithful Abraham and culminating with Messiah Himself. Dr. Jeffrey Seif teaches on location in Israel and discusses the lesson’s application with David and Kirsten Hart in the studio. We enjoy enlightening dramatic re-enactments from past series, along with Zola’s music, completely re-orchestrated and sung by David and Kirsten.

Caption transcript for Divine Deliverance: “Abraham” (1/12)

  • 00:01 Jeffrey Seif: You need a little help maybe? You're gonna like these next 30 minutes when we look at divine deliverance.
  • 00:15 male announcer: From the beginning, our Creator revealed
  • 00:19 his will to the common man.
  • 00:21 Individuals listened to his call and responded in obedience from
  • 00:27 the first Hebrew Avraham to the culmination of salvation
  • 00:31 in Messiah himself.
  • 00:34 The Lord faithfully intervenes with his...
  • 00:38 Divine deliverance.
  • 00:41 ♪♪♪
  • 00:48 David Hart: Thank you for joining us today
  • 00:50 on "Zola Levitt Presents," I'm David Hart.
  • 00:51 Kirsten Hart: I'm Kirsten Heart. Jeffrey: I'm Jeffery Seif.
  • 00:54 David: All of us are excited today to bring you
  • 00:56 a brand-new series called "Divine Deliverance,"
  • 00:58 and, really, the theme today is all about the journey
  • 01:02 of faith, starting with...
  • 01:04 Jeffrey: Avraham and going to Yeshua.
  • 01:07 That's Abraham and Jesus, but we do it Jewish style
  • 01:11 because it's a Jewish book.
  • 01:14 So, it's a new story, but it's an old story.
  • 01:16 We're just pulling out of the ancient wisdom,
  • 01:19 connecting the dots.
  • 01:20 Kirsten: Old and New Testament, all Jewish.
  • 01:23 That's what we believe here on "Zola Levitt Presents"
  • 01:26 and the message of divine deliverance is yours
  • 01:30 that you wanna bring to us.
  • 01:32 Jeffrey: Well, we need a little help from some friends.
  • 01:35 You know, I'm all for counseling and therapy and all the rest,
  • 01:39 but we need divine intervention in circumstance.
  • 01:42 You may need this in your life to help you facilitate,
  • 01:46 to help you leverage heaven's help for life's assorted hurts.
  • 01:51 David: I just said this a minute ago.
  • 01:52 I think it's a journey. It's not all perfect.
  • 01:55 We're gonna hear about that today.
  • 01:57 Kirsten: And something that "Zola Levitt Presents"
  • 01:59 is known for are our dramatic reenactments.
  • 02:03 They're filmed with Israeli actors in Israel.
  • 02:06 Ken Berg, our producer, has done this for years.
  • 02:08 You get to experience the Bible through actors that bring
  • 02:13 to life the story of Abraham, Avraham.
  • 02:17 Today here is part of his journey.
  • 02:22 ♪♪♪
  • 03:29 ♪♪♪
  • 03:39 announcer: It had been a long journey starting in Ur,
  • 03:43 and Abram took Sarai his wife and Lot his brother's son,
  • 03:48 and they followed the banks of the Euphrates River,
  • 03:52 migrating northwest past Babylon to Haran.
  • 03:57 And now heading south into Canaan, Abram stops in Bethel,
  • 04:02 where he builds an altar and calls upon the Lord.
  • 04:06 ♪♪♪
  • 05:00 Jeffrey: It says in Bereshit, Genesis,
  • 05:02 "Vayomer Adonai el-Avram lekh-lekha."
  • 05:06 "Vayomer," and he said.
  • 05:07 "Adonai," the Lord.
  • 05:09 "El-Avram," to Abram.
  • 05:11 "Lekh-lekha," go, go.
  • 05:14 And with that Avram left the place, and he went to a place.
  • 05:20 The word "Hebrew," by the way, comes from the word "ebreu,"
  • 05:22 which means "beyond the river."
  • 05:25 He was prompted to take a journey and in so doing
  • 05:28 became the father of all who take a journey by faith.
  • 05:32 ♪♪♪
  • 05:38 Jeffrey: In so many ways like him, we who walk by faith
  • 05:43 roll the dice against an uncertain future.
  • 05:46 I say that because Avram went to a world he knew not of, hadn't
  • 05:51 been there before, driven, in effect, by an impulse,
  • 05:56 an impulse that prompted him to begin, in so many ways,
  • 06:01 the story of deliverance.
  • 06:05 God's plan interestingly inhabits the mind and the heart
  • 06:09 of a man, and he's beckoned to go forth and inhabit
  • 06:14 and develop a nation, a specific place.
  • 06:17 It's interesting, it seems to me.
  • 06:19 Again, it's a popular text in Genesis 12.
  • 06:23 The Lord says to him, "Get going.
  • 06:25 Go out from your land."
  • 06:27 You go out from a place, which is very, very, very hard to do.
  • 06:33 We tend to hold on to security.
  • 06:36 Throwing the dice against an uncertain future, taking leave
  • 06:39 and going on a journey is an act, particularly in a time in
  • 06:44 the ancient world where the average person didn't travel
  • 06:46 75 miles from their place of birth in the course
  • 06:50 of a lifetime.
  • 06:52 Imagine that.
  • 06:54 It's hard to retroject back into the ancient world,
  • 06:57 because we get around, we travel,
  • 06:59 but Avraham took that leap.
  • 07:03 He goes to a place he doesn't have kinfolk.
  • 07:05 We don't have pre-established webs of relationship.
  • 07:08 What do we have?
  • 07:10 We have a voice, and that voice beckons him onward.
  • 07:15 People talk about the call of God.
  • 07:18 We hear that vocatio, in Latin, the voice,
  • 07:22 and it's where we get the word "vocation."
  • 07:25 We feel inclined to do something with our life
  • 07:27 because we hear a voice.
  • 07:30 What's interesting, by the way, we hear God leading Avraham to
  • 07:34 a place, to some space, but we see, as well,
  • 07:38 in the literature that Avraham erects a mizbeach in Hebrew,
  • 07:43 and altar, we call it.
  • 07:46 It's interesting in the world today and popular English we
  • 07:49 talk about altar calls, you know, being called to the altar,
  • 07:54 and we think that's just classical Christian language.
  • 07:56 Well, to be sure it is language of deliverance that is employed
  • 08:02 in a Christian context, but what if, like so much else of what
  • 08:07 we call Christian, what if we have roots in the Jews?
  • 08:14 "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 08:15 We're all about looking at the good news through the eyes of
  • 08:18 the Jews and here we begin the story of deliverance by noting
  • 08:22 a man who hears God's voice.
  • 08:26 His life and circumstances are transformed in the process,
  • 08:31 and he goes on a journey, and he finds an altar along the way.
  • 08:36 May that not just be his story,
  • 08:40 but may it be our story as well.
  • 08:47 announcer: And the Lord said unto Abram, "Lift up thine eyes
  • 08:52 and look from the place where thou art: northward
  • 08:56 and southward and eastward and westward.
  • 09:01 For all the land which thou seest,
  • 09:04 to thee will I give it and to thy seed forever."
  • 09:10 ♪♪♪
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  • 09:51 Jeffrey: Secular people have trouble, understandably so,
  • 09:55 with the language "and God told me."
  • 09:57 I mean, is he yelling from heaven?
  • 09:59 What does that actually mean?
  • 10:01 Those that hear the voice of God, do the eardrums vibrate?
  • 10:05 The word "secular" comes from a Latin word meaning "of this
  • 10:07 age," and I understand that there can be trouble with
  • 10:10 understanding what the Jews referred to as bat kol,
  • 10:15 the daughter of the voice, or to use New Testament language,
  • 10:19 that still, small voice.
  • 10:22 Well, the secular people have trouble with that, but religious
  • 10:27 people have trouble with this.
  • 10:31 When we look in the Bible people have an understanding of walking
  • 10:36 by faith, yes, but here it's, "To go to the land that I
  • 10:41 will show you," he says at the end of the verse.
  • 10:44 He says--the Lord says that "I will show you a particular
  • 10:48 place," land specifically.
  • 10:53 People of faith, of the Christian faith, have trouble
  • 10:56 understanding that when we read the Hebrew Bible there is
  • 11:00 a territorial dimension to it.
  • 11:04 What do I mean by that?
  • 11:06 Well, nevermind me on the front end.
  • 11:08 Professor W. D. Davies at Duke University spoke
  • 11:11 of the territorial dimension to the Old Testament promise.
  • 11:16 That Avraham is promised a place, land, boundaries,
  • 11:22 whereas by way of contradistinction
  • 11:24 to the newer testament believers are told that we get
  • 11:27 our reward--the place that we're led to is in heaven.
  • 11:30 That our commonwealth is there, but we look in the Hebrew Bible,
  • 11:34 the commonwealth is here to an actual place, to a space.
  • 11:40 People that have trouble with that, I think, would do well to
  • 11:44 consider that even if you don't understand it we should abide
  • 11:47 it, because it is so very explicit in the literature,
  • 11:52 which is one reason why it makes no sense to me to argue that
  • 11:56 the Jews were not given the Promised Land,
  • 11:58 because it's so very, very explicit.
  • 12:01 It's not tacit. It's not inferred.
  • 12:04 It is explicit.
  • 12:06 Beyond that, another reason why it doesn't make sense to me,
  • 12:09 is the truth of the matter is redemption has to inhabit space.
  • 12:15 God shows himself in the world by what he does in the world so
  • 12:20 people can see his power and purpose is attested through
  • 12:25 what he does with the people in a land.
  • 12:28 It's not just lofty religious principles and for those that
  • 12:32 might have trouble with that, and I know that a lot of people
  • 12:35 who name the name of the Lord do, it's the same that's true
  • 12:38 in the newer testament.
  • 12:40 That is to say the Holy Spirit enters into a person
  • 12:45 and makes God's will and ways known through
  • 12:49 what the divine inhabits.
  • 12:52 People can see deliverance from someone who's been delivered.
  • 12:55 Explicitly the Lord says in the Johnian Gospel,
  • 12:58 "The wind blows where it wills, and you hear the sound
  • 13:01 of it, but you don't know whence it goes
  • 13:03 or whether it goes.
  • 13:05 So it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit."
  • 13:08 We can see that by virtue of God taking residence in, people can
  • 13:14 see transformation power, a kind of newness and be beckoned,
  • 13:20 perhaps, to seek out the source themselves.
  • 13:26 We live in a world today where there are so many problems.
  • 13:29 It's such a bad-news world.
  • 13:30 The question is, is there any good news?
  • 13:33 Can God do something in the world?
  • 13:36 We do well to tell our story of what he's done in our world,
  • 13:40 what he's led us to, and we give voice to that,
  • 13:44 and we tell people, "The God who led me,
  • 13:47 the God who saved me, the God who delivered me,
  • 13:51 the God who is manifest in the earth and in my earth,
  • 13:54 you know what?
  • 13:56 He can show himself powerful in yours."
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  • 14:14 This eight-part series tells the story of the patriarch through
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  • 14:20 "Abraham: Father of Faith."
  • 14:22 He left with all he had for a land unknown.
  • 14:25 Nothing could stop him.
  • 14:27 "In thee all nations shall be blessed."
  • 14:30 God had spoken and there was no turning back.
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  • 15:35 Right now let's go back to our dramatic reenactment
  • 15:38 and teaching from Dr. Seif.
  • 15:42 announcer: "After these things the word of the Lord came
  • 15:44 unto Abram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Abram:
  • 15:50 I am thy shield.
  • 15:52 Your reward will be exceedingly great."
  • 16:42 ♪♪♪
  • 16:50 Jeffrey: She wasn't a happy camper now, was she?
  • 16:55 I get it.
  • 16:57 Truth be known, things didn't seem to be working out.
  • 17:02 It's embarrassing, too, to have a husband whose name is
  • 17:04 "father of the nation," but he doesn't seem to be
  • 17:08 getting on with the nation-making business.
  • 17:13 In Antiquity particularly the women would have
  • 17:16 borne scorn for that.
  • 17:18 It would be construed as some kind of curse.
  • 17:19 "Why is she getting in the way of all this?"
  • 17:21 all things being equal.
  • 17:24 Blessing is attested, among other things, through bearing
  • 17:28 children and year after year she came up with nothing.
  • 17:36 We're told in verse 15--chapter 15, rather, the Lord comes
  • 17:41 to Avram in a vision, and people that have trouble
  • 17:45 with Abraham hearing God's voice similarly can say,
  • 17:50 "What do you mean he had a vision?
  • 17:51 This is stuff that people are in mental hospital wards,
  • 17:55 for hearing voices and seeing visions."
  • 17:59 I should say, by the way, not that I feel particularly
  • 18:01 compelled to offer an apologetic for that, if you look at Jesus,
  • 18:05 he was a storyteller and stories, in effect,
  • 18:08 cast visions on the mind.
  • 18:10 They paint on the mind so people can see.
  • 18:13 Now, he has a vision wherein he hears the Lord saying,
  • 18:18 "Don't fear."
  • 18:20 And he says, "I will be your great reward."
  • 18:24 It's very interesting.
  • 18:26 Well, Avraham is promised that there will, in effect,
  • 18:30 be a payday.
  • 18:32 That is, that things are going to work out.
  • 18:36 It might not seem so, but God's power is made manifest
  • 18:42 in human weakness.
  • 18:45 He's beckoned out.
  • 18:46 He looks at the heavens. Majestic are they.
  • 18:50 City dwellers don't see 'em so much.
  • 18:52 Everything is just obfuscated.
  • 18:54 It's hidden behind clouds and smog.
  • 18:57 Well, Avraham is out there, and he hears that voice
  • 19:03 and that voice says, "So will your descendants be,"
  • 19:09 as big as all of that.
  • 19:13 And what happens?
  • 19:14 We're told that Avraham, he believed it.
  • 19:18 Now, the word in Hebrew is the word "ahmein,"
  • 19:22 and church folk say, "Amen, brother.
  • 19:24 You know, that's good preaching."
  • 19:26 I think that's true and oftentimes to say amen
  • 19:29 to something is, "Yes, that's my understanding, amen?
  • 19:32 I believe that doctrine. I believe that truth."
  • 19:36 We'll say amen to that, but this isn't just believing a doctrine.
  • 19:41 This is believing at the core.
  • 19:44 You know, faith is the assurance of things hoped for.
  • 19:48 It's the conviction of things not seen.
  • 19:53 A lot of times people think that faith and promises,
  • 19:55 all that is the stuff of younger people.
  • 19:58 These guys have been on social security for a few years by now,
  • 20:03 or they have their AARP card.
  • 20:06 Sometimes as we get older--and I'm 62.
  • 20:09 I'm talking about myself, not you.
  • 20:11 We tend to think that God's promises and blessings and
  • 20:14 newness, it comes to the young.
  • 20:17 Well, if that's what you're thinking, consider that even
  • 20:21 for you God can conceivably have a reward.
  • 20:27 What happened here is Avraham believed that.
  • 20:30 He amened it in Hebrew.
  • 20:33 He said amen and it was reckoned to him as righteousness.
  • 20:38 There is another Hebrew word for that: tzedakah, to be righteous.
  • 20:43 There is something cleansing, there is something religious,
  • 20:47 there is something noteworthy when someone lays hold
  • 20:52 of the promise and they believe it.
  • 20:54 It clears away the clouds.
  • 20:56 Oh, friends, would it be that we walk by faith and not by
  • 21:02 circumstance, and we then can enter into the hall of fame.
  • 21:06 The author of Hebrews speaks of the faith walkers, an army,
  • 21:10 and Abraham and his wife Sarah are there in the list
  • 21:14 and may we join them and be part of the great
  • 21:17 cloud of testimonies that give voice to the fact that God
  • 21:20 is in the world, and he brings about deliverance.
  • 21:27 David: This is the first out of 12 programs that we have
  • 21:29 for you on this series, and Dr. Seif, there is so much
  • 21:33 that we will present in this series.
  • 21:35 Tell us what's going on.
  • 21:37 Jeffrey: Well, from Abraham to Yeshua, you know, bookending
  • 21:39 the Bible, let me tell you what really resonated with me
  • 21:43 and let me tell you this is a look at major Bible moments.
  • 21:50 This is Cecil B. DeMille on steroids.
  • 21:55 He just took the Exodus key moment.
  • 21:58 We're bringing all of it to life, dramatic vignettes,
  • 22:02 resurrecting stories all over the Bible,
  • 22:06 the key moments of deliverance.
  • 22:08 I got excited when we all were conversating about what next
  • 22:13 for "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 22:15 I thought this is one that is really gonna
  • 22:18 hit pay-dirt spiritually.
  • 22:20 Kirsten: I agree and the wonderful thing about this
  • 22:22 program, probably why you're watching, is we talk about our
  • 22:26 faith, our Christian faith, but the Jewish roots,
  • 22:30 and Avraham, Avram, Abraham was the very first Jew.
  • 22:35 He was the very first Hebrew ever.
  • 22:37 Jeffrey: Yes, he was.
  • 22:39 Kirsten: We start with him, right?
  • 22:41 Jeffrey: Yes, and what that Jew did is he rolled the dice
  • 22:45 against an uncertain future, and it can seem on so many ways,
  • 22:50 on so many days in our own lives, you know,
  • 22:53 we're facing the darkness.
  • 22:55 We're facing uncertainty.
  • 22:57 More than just that, though, he took a step into the darkness,
  • 23:03 walking with God, and guess what?
  • 23:05 Everything turned out fine with him.
  • 23:08 I think it can turn out pretty good with us too.
  • 23:10 David: That's right, so he was the first that we talk about.
  • 23:12 Who else will be in this series?
  • 23:14 Jeffrey: Oh my goodness. Key moments.
  • 23:16 We go Avraham. We look at Moses.
  • 23:18 We look at David. We look at prophets.
  • 23:21 We look at Jesus. It's a virtual who's who.
  • 23:25 It's the Hollywood star of fame walk,
  • 23:28 and along redemption road we'll look at the noteworthies,
  • 23:33 always through Jewish eyes,
  • 23:36 but pointing ahead to deliverance in Jesus
  • 23:40 and letting people know it's not just a story about back then.
  • 23:44 It's a story about today.
  • 23:46 David: You sound kind of excited about this.
  • 23:47 I think you might be.
  • 23:49 Jeffrey: You know, and it really is enthusiastic.
  • 23:50 I'm not just ramping it up because I'm in a television
  • 23:52 studio, truth be known, and I'm a Bible teacher,
  • 23:55 a seminary professor, and this stuff has just--I mean,
  • 23:59 I think it will be the best.
  • 24:01 A series that I did before on Eden was the best
  • 24:03 that I ever did in my own estimation.
  • 24:05 This is the best that we ever did.
  • 24:07 I mean, it's just everything is in there.
  • 24:09 Kirsten: It's what we do here on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 24:12 We present the gospel, the Jewish roots of our Christianity
  • 24:16 and our faith, and we have so much more to come.
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  • 25:32 ♪ Out of the wilderness into your light. ♪
  • 25:36 ♪ You have called me to walk in your way. ♪
  • 25:40 ♪♪♪
  • 25:48 ♪ Lord, it's never easy. ♪
  • 25:50 ♪ No road in sight. ♪
  • 25:53 ♪ Steps I take believing every day. ♪
  • 25:57 ♪♪♪
  • 26:05 ♪ And down to my children of all generations. ♪
  • 26:10 ♪ Everlasting Israel is our home. ♪
  • 26:15 ♪♪♪
  • 26:25 ♪♪♪
  • 26:32 Jeffrey: My jaw dropped when Kirsten spoke about
  • 26:35 eating fulfilled Bible prophecy.
  • 26:39 That's what it's like having a meal in Israel.
  • 26:42 Opening up the Bible, we're eating fulfilled
  • 26:44 Bible prophecy in this series.
  • 26:46 Kirsten: Right, and it satisfies our soul.
  • 26:49 It fills us up, and it gives us energy and strength to go
  • 26:52 on our journey, just like we learned Abraham
  • 26:55 went on his journey today.
  • 26:57 Jeffrey: David, is she always that profound?
  • 26:59 David: She's pretty good. Kirsten: Oh, thank you.
  • 27:01 David: She teaches me sometimes.
  • 27:03 Jeffrey: Oh, there we go.
  • 27:04 Well, girl, you hit pay-dirt on that one, and there is more
  • 27:07 good insights to come from the both of you.
  • 27:10 We'll have to do it another time.
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Episodes in this series

  1. Abraham
  2. Isaac
  3. Jacob
  4. Joseph
  5. Moses
  6. Ruth
  7. David
  8. Isaiah
  9. Ezekiel
  10. Daniel
  11. Esther
  12. Jesus

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