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Episode: “Joseph”
The sons of Israel came through tension and betrayal before experiencing redemption and deliverance from famine and drought. It is important for all people to discover their Deliverer.
Series: “Divine Deliverance”
from Avraham to Yeshua
In this series, we examine how the Lord offered a message of deliverance through twelve of the most significant Bible characters, beginning with the faithful Abraham and culminating with the Messiah Himself. Dr. Jeffrey Seif teaches from location and then discusses the meaning and application with David and Kirsten Hart. Beautiful dramatic reenactments from past series are presented along with music written by Zola Levitt.

Caption transcript for Divine Deliverance: “Joseph” (4/12)

  • 00:01 David Hart: Have you ever felt
  • 00:04 betrayed by family or friends? Today, we'll discuss someone whose brothers
  • 00:06 left him for dead.
  • 00:08 Next on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:15 male announcer: From the beginning, our Creator
  • 00:18 revealed his will to the common man.
  • 00:21 Individuals listened to his call and responded in obedience
  • 00:27 from the first Hebrew Avraham to the culmination
  • 00:30 of salvation in Messiah himself.
  • 00:34 The Lord faithfully intervenes with his divine deliverance.
  • 00:41 ♪♪♪
  • 00:48 David: We're so glad you've joined us today
  • 00:49 on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:50 I'm David Hart.
  • 00:52 Kirsten Hart: I am Kirsten Hart. Jeffrey Seif: Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:53 David: We're in our series "Divine Deliverance"
  • 00:55 and today it's all about Joseph.
  • 00:58 Kirsten: There are a lot of dramatic elements, if
  • 01:00 I can say the word "soap opera."
  • 01:03 I mean, it's kinda like drama, drama, drama,
  • 01:06 Joseph's family and his life.
  • 01:08 Jeffrey: This isn't just deliverance in general.
  • 01:10 It's deliver me from my family in particular, the brothers.
  • 01:14 Oy, it's horrible, horrible.
  • 01:16 Kirsten: Oy. I like that.
  • 01:18 Well, it's jealousy.
  • 01:19 Jeffrey: Yes, the seething discontent in that system.
  • 01:23 Listen, not everyone comes from perfect families
  • 01:25 like me, you, and you.
  • 01:27 Sometime there is trouble.
  • 01:29 Kirsten: So much more about Joseph's life.
  • 01:31 Now let's go to our dramatic reenactment, where we see
  • 01:34 how jealousy can fester within brothers.
  • 01:40 announcer: This is the story of Joseph the son of Jacob.
  • 01:45 As a young man Joseph tended sheep along
  • 01:48 with his half-brothers in the land of Canaan.
  • 01:51 This sweeping vista now belonged to his father.
  • 01:56 His great-grandfather, Abraham, had once sojourned here
  • 02:01 across the very same land.
  • 02:04 Joseph was a favorite son of his father because he was among the
  • 02:09 youngest of the brothers, and Joseph's brothers despised him,
  • 02:14 for he wore a handsome coat affectionately
  • 02:17 made for him by his loving father.
  • 02:21 ♪♪♪
  • 02:26 announcer: Clearly, Joseph's dreams had
  • 02:28 set his brothers on edge.
  • 02:31 It was bad enough, they thought, that he was
  • 02:34 their father's favorite son.
  • 02:37 Now he had delusions of grandeur.
  • 02:41 male: [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 02:52 ♪♪♪
  • 03:02 ♪♪♪
  • 03:05 ♪♪♪
  • 03:07 male: [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 03:21 announcer: And so it was that Joseph was sold to a group
  • 03:24 of Ishmaelite traders for 20 pieces of silver.
  • 03:29 Joseph was bound for Egypt, while his brothers reveled
  • 03:33 in the notion they would never see him again.
  • 03:38 ♪♪♪
  • 03:48 ♪♪♪
  • 03:59 Jeffrey: Personally, I think the robe
  • 04:02 was just the tip of the iceberg.
  • 04:05 There were tensions going on for years and the robe
  • 04:08 thing just pushed it over.
  • 04:10 You know, something about the story I trust,
  • 04:13 I wanna talk about the gory.
  • 04:14 That is, look at some of the details that
  • 04:16 aren't happy to see, but they're there.
  • 04:18 We know that these tensions exist in the world.
  • 04:23 Do they exist in the Word?
  • 04:25 The answer is yes and the story is told.
  • 04:28 Well, we saw the story in the previous program where Ya'akov,
  • 04:32 Jacob, is sent out with a blessing, and he goes
  • 04:35 and as you fill in the blanks he's blessed.
  • 04:39 He's married and develops a family in Padanaram
  • 04:42 up there in Syria, but then he comes home, and
  • 04:46 there is tensions among the boys.
  • 04:48 Jacob has an experience with God,
  • 04:51 but the boys are wild, unruly.
  • 04:53 Now, when you look in the 37th chapter, and I'm just zooming
  • 04:55 in right there, we're told in chapter 37, verse 3,
  • 04:59 "W'yis'rael ahav et-yosef."
  • 05:03 "Israel loved Joseph more than his brothers."
  • 05:08 Now, I questioned that at one level.
  • 05:10 I relate to this at one level.
  • 05:12 First of all, my Hebrew name is Yosef, which is Joseph,
  • 05:17 and my father's Hebrew name is Ya'akov, Jacob.
  • 05:22 His English name is Jack, so I've known the story for years.
  • 05:28 What is it that set in motion this kind of dysfunction and
  • 05:33 tension that would cause these boys not just to betray
  • 05:38 their father--they're gonna lie to their father, and
  • 05:41 Jacob knows something about that, doesn't he?
  • 05:43 If you don't recall it, just go back to the previous program.
  • 05:46 Jacob had his youthful missteps.
  • 05:51 These boys, as well, will lie to their father
  • 05:53 and give up their brother as debt.
  • 05:59 I wanna speak to you for a moment about family dysfunction.
  • 06:02 Before we get out of this program you're gonna see how
  • 06:05 the family is reunited, so there is good news from ancient Jews.
  • 06:09 There is a way that God brings them back together again,
  • 06:12 and it's good news because it's a redemptive story.
  • 06:15 It's a story about deliverance.
  • 06:18 I wanna put the pause on that for a second just to raise the
  • 06:20 question with you: in your own family systems are you
  • 06:23 dealing with betrayal, disappointment, intrigue,
  • 06:28 brothers against brothers, children against parents?
  • 06:33 It is so very ubiquitous, and it's promised.
  • 06:38 Yeshua says it's noted in the gospels there, an
  • 06:41 account of the gospel, individual families will go
  • 06:44 awry because of the testimony of Yeshua.
  • 06:48 My wife and I, fairing from a Jewish background,
  • 06:51 have seen displeasure in our family systems because
  • 06:54 of decisions that we've made.
  • 06:56 It didn't result in this kind of tension, but certainly
  • 06:59 there were disappointments.
  • 07:01 If you're dealing with disappointment in your family,
  • 07:03 if you're dealing with betrayal, there is a
  • 07:06 continuum where people just disappoint people and
  • 07:08 then there is out and outright betrayal.
  • 07:11 These brothers gave up Joey for dead.
  • 07:14 Really, they just sent him off into slavery, and
  • 07:16 they wanted to finish him off for all intents and purposes,
  • 07:20 but God brought it back to life.
  • 07:24 It didn't happen right away, but it happened.
  • 07:27 At the outset I wanna let you know that what happened in
  • 07:30 this Word can similarly happen in your world.
  • 07:35 Stay with us as we consider the story of Joseph
  • 07:39 and his reconciliation with his brothers.
  • 07:43 ♪♪♪
  • 08:01 male: [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 08:21 ♪♪♪
  • 08:32 ♪♪♪
  • 08:42 Jeffrey: His brothers threw him under the bus.
  • 08:45 We looked at that.
  • 08:47 He was given up for dead, sold into slavery,
  • 08:49 erets Mizraim in the land of Egypt.
  • 08:52 He didn't have a friend, he didn't know a soul, but there
  • 08:55 was someone who knew his soul, and Yosef--they say whatever
  • 08:59 doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
  • 09:00 If it doesn't make you bitter, it will make you better,
  • 09:02 and Joseph just showed himself to have a different
  • 09:05 kind of constitution, and he is the kind of fellow
  • 09:07 he arises even in adversarial circumstances.
  • 09:12 Fascinating to me here is that he, in effect, was promoted.
  • 09:18 It says in Hebrew, and I'm looking in chapter 41, verse 39.
  • 09:24 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 09:27 Which translates.
  • 09:29 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 09:31 And the king says, "You will be over all my house."
  • 09:38 This isn't just a promotion.
  • 09:40 You know, it feels great to get a promotion.
  • 09:41 I know when I get promoted it feels better
  • 09:43 than when I get demoted.
  • 09:45 How about that?
  • 09:46 We all get a little bit of both, but to be able to land a good
  • 09:49 job, I mean, resonates with a male, certainly with a female,
  • 09:52 I'd imagine, but this is more than just a promotion.
  • 09:55 It is providence, and it's not just a picture for these pages
  • 10:01 here in considering deliverance.
  • 10:04 We're looking at a picture for the ages.
  • 10:07 Why do I say that? Think of this for a moment.
  • 10:11 Rejected by your brothers, given up for dead, for all intents and
  • 10:17 purposes, finding a welcome in the house of the Gentiles
  • 10:23 and there arising and then eventually being reunited
  • 10:30 with your brothers, who at first aren't going to
  • 10:32 recognize you and then they will.
  • 10:35 Now, that's a story to come, but I think you get the gist,
  • 10:38 and I think you get the drift, and I hope you get the
  • 10:41 connection, because when we're looking at deliverance
  • 10:46 here in the Old Testament we're seeing a prophetic
  • 10:52 picture of deliverance in the New Testament.
  • 10:57 Pray, tell. Let's think for a minute.
  • 10:58 Someone who was rejected by his brothers.
  • 11:03 They didn't quite get him.
  • 11:04 They were antagonistic toward him.
  • 11:06 Not all of them, but it happened, so he is carted off,
  • 11:09 if you will, but he emerges even against all odds
  • 11:14 and is going to be recognized by the Gentiles, and
  • 11:19 he's going to arise and have power.
  • 11:22 And then eventually he is going to be
  • 11:24 reconnected with his brothers.
  • 11:26 Oh, and by the way, this fellow in the New Testament
  • 11:30 is the Savior of the world.
  • 11:33 This fellow is the Savior of the world in this Word.
  • 11:41 What's the point? What's the application?
  • 11:44 I've already given a Christological application.
  • 11:46 That is, I've directed your attention to the story of Jesus,
  • 11:50 and I think it's an appropriate read, and I'll develop that a
  • 11:53 little more, but you might be at a place in your own life
  • 11:57 where you're experiencing disappointment, rejection.
  • 12:00 You've been thrown under the bus, and you're wondering,
  • 12:03 "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
  • 12:06 Don't give up the ghost.
  • 12:10 We've seen already, if you follow the series--if
  • 12:13 you're just tuning in now, go back to the beginning.
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  • 12:22 but I'm not looking to make a buck now.
  • 12:24 I'm looking to make a point.
  • 12:25 When you look in the biblical text, you'll see
  • 12:28 time and time again, even in dysfunctional families,
  • 12:31 God turns it around for his glory.
  • 12:34 It looks a little gory, but I know someone that can
  • 12:36 turn it into glory, and I want you to know him, too.
  • 12:42 announcer: Our offer on this program, the DVD series,
  • 12:45 "Joseph: Dreamer Redeemer."
  • 12:48 From his humble beginnings to ascendancy as leader of
  • 12:50 the known world, Joseph pictures the one to come.
  • 12:54 This series lays bare the Egyptian identity of Joseph,
  • 12:58 as well as the centuries' long Gentile view of Jesus, revealing
  • 13:02 him as the Jewish Messiah and Savior of the world.
  • 13:06 Nine thirty-minute programs on two DVDs.
  • 13:09 "Joseph: Dreamer Redeemer."
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  • 14:03 Now let's go back to our dramatic reenactment, as
  • 14:05 Joseph reveals his true identity to his brothers.
  • 14:14 announcer: Joseph is overcome.
  • 14:16 He orders his attendants to leave.
  • 14:19 Tears fall.
  • 14:21 His aching heart tells him it's over.
  • 14:24 This is Joseph's finest hour.
  • 14:29 ♪♪♪
  • 14:34 male: [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 15:02 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 15:21 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 15:32 all: [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 15:40 Jeffrey: "Ani Yosef." Translates as "I am Joseph."
  • 15:49 When I look at the clip you just saw, I cry,
  • 15:53 and I'm not a real crying kinda guy.
  • 15:56 My wife wishes I would be more in touch with my feelings,
  • 15:59 and I really am working at it, but I'm more of a type A.
  • 16:03 I don't just emote all that often, but not only do
  • 16:07 I honestly shed a tear when I see it, whenever I read the
  • 16:11 story I get emotional, and I'm not the type,
  • 16:15 and I can't fully explain why.
  • 16:17 And, of course, you're not watching TV for me to get off
  • 16:19 my chest the inner workings of my soul.
  • 16:22 I only mention this to say that I find something moving here
  • 16:27 when he who is the Savior reveals himself to his brothers
  • 16:32 who had given up on him, who actually disappointed their
  • 16:36 father by pushing their brother away.
  • 16:39 And that means something to me at that level,
  • 16:41 and I'll interpret it.
  • 16:43 I'll translate that.
  • 16:45 Maybe the story means something to me as well
  • 16:47 because my name is Yosef, but that's overly simplistic.
  • 16:50 No, there is a story of redemption and deliverance here.
  • 16:56 One could argue I'm beating the horse, I already made the point,
  • 17:00 but there is an old saying, "If it's not worth saying
  • 17:02 a hundred times, it's not worth saying once."
  • 17:05 Not only does it interest me here when the deliverer shows
  • 17:10 himself to his brothers, not only do I find merit in
  • 17:15 this story, but my own life in ministry is to help my brothers,
  • 17:20 to show them the deliverer.
  • 17:24 I'm not echoing my own sentiments.
  • 17:26 It was a rabbi who came to faith named Paul who said,
  • 17:29 "My heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel
  • 17:32 is that they might come to the Messiah."
  • 17:34 Now, the average Christian today, many could care less.
  • 17:37 That's God's honest truth, and I'm not trying to get negative,
  • 17:39 but let's just call an ace and ace and a spade a spade.
  • 17:42 That to actually help advocate for Israel's Messiah amongst
  • 17:45 Israel's people, that has not been on
  • 17:49 the radar in church history.
  • 17:51 Minimally, to varying degrees, it's on the radar now.
  • 17:55 Maybe it's gotten into your heart, and it resonates with
  • 17:57 you, the story of helping the brothers see the deliverer.
  • 18:03 To do that, I say with our ministry here, "Zola Levitt
  • 18:07 Presents," Zola in his day and me in mine and all the teachers
  • 18:10 we have here--it's really not a one-man gig.
  • 18:12 It's all about helping Jesus people--helping Jewish people
  • 18:15 come to know Jesus and helping Jesus people come to know Jews,
  • 18:20 to the end that they might look at him and go, "Oh, my goodness.
  • 18:23 The deliverer, in fact, is my brother."
  • 18:28 People think today that Jesus is somebody else's brothers,
  • 18:30 certainly in the Jewish world.
  • 18:33 Jews don't understand that Jesus was a Jew, the apostles were
  • 18:37 Jewish, and even that the story took place in Judea.
  • 18:40 And even if it's intellectually known still, the Christian story
  • 18:45 looks like something that's unfit for Jewish consumption,
  • 18:49 partly not just because the church lost sight of the Jewish
  • 18:52 roots of their own faith, but many, sadly, were anti-Jewish.
  • 18:56 That was then, this is now. We represent the tip of a spear.
  • 19:03 The only reason why I'm here right now--I don't have enough
  • 19:06 money in my pocket to pay the rent for airtime.
  • 19:08 The reason why I'm here right now is because people care about
  • 19:12 this story and because people care about helping us tell it.
  • 19:16 It's a we thing. It's not a me thing.
  • 19:19 I, in effect, am just an ambassador on your behalf
  • 19:23 and, by the way, this is not a fundraising program.
  • 19:25 That I, in effect, still I'm an ambassador on your behalf.
  • 19:29 We're looking at the Hebrew Bible, we're looking
  • 19:32 at deliverance, and the issue is guess who we're talking about.
  • 19:40 I think there is ample testation--attestation to the
  • 19:44 truth that we're talking about Yeshua, and I'm so glad
  • 19:48 that this story is speaking to you.
  • 19:53 David: We all know the story of Joseph, but I think there
  • 19:56 are some new things, some new insight maybe
  • 19:58 we can all learn today.
  • 19:59 I don't think his life was perfect.
  • 20:02 I think he went through some rollercoaster rides
  • 20:04 in his journey.
  • 20:05 Jeffrey: Yes, I don't think he was perfect.
  • 20:07 I don't know anybody that is except Jesus, but I look
  • 20:11 at the biblical text, think he was a little bratty,
  • 20:13 you know, showing off.
  • 20:14 "Hey, brothers. What do you think?
  • 20:15 You're all gonna bow down to me."
  • 20:17 If I had the dream, I might have kept it to myself,
  • 20:18 but whatever he was all about.
  • 20:20 I don't know that he deserved to be killed or
  • 20:22 given up for dead anyway, so--
  • 20:24 Kirsten: I think it's pretty amazing that after his brothers
  • 20:26 did that, again, I might reveal some of my true nature here,
  • 20:30 I don't think I'd be wanting to give them grain or help them,
  • 20:33 but Joseph did.
  • 20:34 And that's why he is a deliverer.
  • 20:37 He delivered his brothers from something that they,
  • 20:41 I mean, they deserved.
  • 20:42 Jeffrey: You're giving a major point.
  • 20:44 You know, at the beginning of the conversation people think,
  • 20:47 "Well, you know, in the Old Testament it's the Jew book.
  • 20:49 It's all law, an angry God.
  • 20:51 There is no grace there," but there is a kind of love
  • 20:53 and grace that's there in the Torah.
  • 20:55 It just oozes through the pores of it and, to your point,
  • 20:59 yes, you can see a lot of love and grace in him.
  • 21:01 David: It could have ended up a whole different way,
  • 21:03 and we wouldn't had the story.
  • 21:05 I'm glad it turned out the way it did.
  • 21:07 Jeffrey: Well, to that point, Dave, I think, you know, back
  • 21:10 in the day for some brother to be peeved and to say,
  • 21:13 "Wipe 'em out," God only knows that Joseph--no,
  • 21:16 not only God only knows.
  • 21:18 Everyone in Egypt knew that Joseph had the power
  • 21:20 to just--to kill 'em, you know.
  • 21:22 "Just be gone."
  • 21:23 David: There is something about forgiveness, healing,
  • 21:26 right, in families especially.
  • 21:29 Kirsten: Oh, that's good. There is.
  • 21:31 We could learn.
  • 21:32 Jeffrey: Every time I mention the story, I mention how
  • 21:34 I tear up a little bit when I see it.
  • 21:37 That moment when he reveals himself to his brothers,
  • 21:40 for me, is very, very dramatic.
  • 21:43 It's very dynamic, just the wow moment.
  • 21:48 The emotion just grips me.
  • 21:50 Kirsten: Almost, if I could go there, he had his own
  • 21:53 personal--literal band of brothers.
  • 21:55 Yeshua had his band of brothers, and they betrayed him.
  • 21:59 Joseph redeemed his group, his brothers,
  • 22:03 as Yeshua redeemed his disciples.
  • 22:06 They didn't deserve it.
  • 22:07 They denied him, they let him go to the cross, and they fled,
  • 22:12 but yet Yeshua took them back in, like Joseph
  • 22:14 took his brothers back in.
  • 22:16 Jeffrey: With that people see a prophetic typology
  • 22:18 in the Joseph story and the Jesus story.
  • 22:21 Yosef really literally means there will be another
  • 22:24 and certainly the story of Joseph points to another, and
  • 22:28 there is a story he's betrayed by his brothers, but he's their
  • 22:31 deliverer at the end of the day.
  • 22:33 They get reconciled later.
  • 22:35 Oh, we know Jesus came to the Jews.
  • 22:36 Not all received him, but a ministry like this is all about
  • 22:40 roping in--helping Jewish people and non-Jewish people
  • 22:43 come to know the Lord.
  • 22:44 Kirsten: Another great foreshadow
  • 22:46 of Messiah and Joseph.
  • 22:48 More to come. We'll be right back.
  • 22:51 ♪♪♪
  • 22:57 ♪ Sha'alu shalom Yerushalayim. ♪
  • 23:00 ♪ Sha'alu shalom. ♪
  • 23:04 ♪ In the holy city of Jerusalem ♪
  • 23:11 ♪ we will pray for peace. ♪
  • 23:14 ♪ Sha'alu shalom. ♪♪
  • 23:25 David: I think you've heard from past programs how much
  • 23:27 Kirsten and I love the Dead Sea, and it was quite a shock for me
  • 23:30 when I entered the sea the other day with a friend of ours
  • 23:34 on our tour reading the "Levitt Letter."
  • 23:36 It was just great.
  • 23:38 We would love for you to join us on the next Zola Levitt tour.
  • 23:41 You can find all the information on levitt.com.
  • 23:43 Right now let's go to song by our founder, Zola Levitt.
  • 23:48 ♪ Be my light in the dark. ♪
  • 23:54 ♪ Be my guide when I'm lost, ♪
  • 24:00 ♪ a fortress where I can hide. ♪
  • 24:05 ♪ Help me find my way home. ♪
  • 24:11 ♪ When I'm tired and afraid, ♪
  • 24:19 ♪ O God, I call on your name. ♪
  • 24:35 ♪ In the darkest of nights, ♪
  • 24:40 ♪ in the trials and the strife ♪
  • 24:46 ♪ help me stand to the end. ♪
  • 24:58 ♪ Though I see no light ♪
  • 25:04 ♪ through the troubles of life, ♪
  • 25:10 ♪ O my Lord, my God, ♪
  • 25:16 ♪ I depend. ♪
  • 25:27 ♪ Whisper softly to me your gentle words of hope. ♪
  • 25:40 ♪ Mercy and love without end. ♪
  • 25:45 ♪ Help me hear heaven's voice. ♪
  • 25:50 ♪ Feel the warmth and embrace, ♪
  • 25:59 ♪ O God, my comfort and friend, ♪
  • 26:13 ♪ my comfort and friend. ♪♪
  • 26:21 Jeffrey: Of all the tools in the devil's toolbox,
  • 26:25 jealousy may be the one that's used most of all.
  • 26:32 It exacts a toll on human experience, going back to
  • 26:35 the days of Joseph, all the way through into the modern era,
  • 26:40 but God can deliver us.
  • 26:43 Kirsten: He can. He can heal families.
  • 26:45 He can, but we need to let him do that, and Joseph was
  • 26:50 a conduit of the Holy Spirit and of God going, "I forgive you
  • 26:55 and what is in the past is not important anymore."
  • 26:59 David: Also, for us we have no idea what a family member
  • 27:01 might have in store in their life.
  • 27:03 Kirsten: Ooh, that's good. Right, who Joseph was to become.
  • 27:06 David: Love your brothers and your sisters.
  • 27:08 Jeffrey: Amen and thank you, brothers and sisters, for
  • 27:11 looking our way and as you go now,
  • 27:14 sha'alu shalom Yerushalayim.
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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

Guest organizations and links

Zola Levitt Presents
Levitt Letter
Tours
Podcasts