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Episode: “David”
The young shepherd boy had great confidence in his God. Anointed by the prophet Samuel, David became king of Israel and the ancestor of the King of kings.
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: “David” (7/12)

  • 00:01 Kirsten Hart: The good news of
  • 00:02 the day is, even if you have
  • 00:03 lied and purposely deceived people, God can still use you
  • 00:08 and call you a man after his own heart.
  • 00:11 Today on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:17 male announcer: From the beginning, our creator revealed
  • 00:21 his will to the common man.
  • 00:23 Individuals listened to his call and responded in obedience.
  • 00:29 From the first Hebrew Avraham to the culmination of salvation in
  • 00:34 Messiah himself, the Lord faithfully intervenes with
  • 00:38 his divine deliverance.
  • 00:50 David Hart: We're so glad you've joined us today
  • 00:52 on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:53 I'm David Hart.
  • 00:54 Kirsten: I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 00:55 Dr. Jeffrey Seif: And I'm Jeffrey Seif, and we've got one
  • 00:58 for you today on "Divine Deliverance."
  • 01:01 A man after God's own heart, King David, what a fascinating
  • 01:05 person, yes?
  • 01:06 David: I love his story.
  • 01:08 Kirsten: I love his name.
  • 01:09 It's your name.
  • 01:10 It's a good strong name.
  • 01:11 And I think one of the things I love about him is one of
  • 01:14 the first stories we see is he slew Goliath, but it was just
  • 01:18 a simple thing.
  • 01:19 He faced his giant with just a little sling and a rock.
  • 01:22 Jeffrey: Yes, many run from their problems.
  • 01:24 This one ran to it and God worked through it.
  • 01:28 Kirsten: What a great example and person to study today.
  • 01:31 Now, let's go watch this story of King David and hear teaching
  • 01:35 by Dr. Jeffrey Seif.
  • 01:40 male: David only needed one smooth stone, but he selected
  • 01:45 five.
  • 01:49 Waiting for him is the biggest man anyone had ever seen.
  • 01:54 Over 9 feet tall, his armor alone weighed as much as a man.
  • 01:58 His iron spear was greater than 15 pounds.
  • 02:03 Goliath had taunted us unmercifully for 40 days.
  • 02:09 Then one day this shepherd boy, David, the son of Jesse,
  • 02:13 confronted the Philistine beast with his sling and that one
  • 02:17 single stone.
  • 02:22 ♪♪♪
  • 02:28 [cheering]
  • 02:29 male: It was a day that all Israel shall never forget.
  • 02:32 How proud we were.
  • 02:34 We were serving in the army of the living God.
  • 02:37 ♪♪♪
  • 02:48 female: [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 02:50 female: We will never forget that day.
  • 02:52 Our hearts leaped for joy at the sight of him.
  • 02:55 David the giant killer had returned.
  • 02:58 The Philistines thought that Goliath could never be defeated,
  • 03:02 but David had proven them wrong.
  • 03:04 What faith, how bold, he went to battle with a few small stones
  • 03:09 and returned with the sword of a giant.
  • 03:13 King Saul has done well in selecting him.
  • 03:15 Our enemies have been slain by the tens of thousands.
  • 03:19 Because of David, we now have peace within our walls.
  • 03:25 ♪♪♪
  • 03:32 Jeffrey: I just gotta tell you I love this guy.
  • 03:38 Probably gonna get some bad mail from people that don't love this
  • 03:41 segment because people are minded to think religious people
  • 03:44 are just forever sheepish and passive and letting the world
  • 03:47 roll over them.
  • 03:48 Well, the guy that threw these rocks didn't believe that way.
  • 03:51 And when he picked up a sword and took a head off, he didn't
  • 03:53 think that way either.
  • 03:54 And, you know, as a guy, the story, truth be known, really
  • 03:59 resonates with me today.
  • 04:02 When I was growing up, we sang a song.
  • 04:03 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 04:07 And David, the king of Israel, lives forever.
  • 04:10 And that courage, that confidence, that verve.
  • 04:14 And by the way, the word "confidence" itself comes from
  • 04:17 the Latin "confides."
  • 04:19 It means "with faith."
  • 04:22 And men need that to throw themselves against the
  • 04:25 challenges of the day.
  • 04:27 David did it in his day.
  • 04:29 He did it his way.
  • 04:31 We need to do it in ours.
  • 04:35 Oops, I forgot.
  • 04:37 Some have said it's just one big myth, David never existed, that
  • 04:42 he's just the Sylvester Stallone, the Rocky of the
  • 04:46 biblical drama.
  • 04:49 They said, "It didn't happen."
  • 04:51 And then, once upon a time, in a place called Tel Dan in northern
  • 04:56 Israel, a tablet was found with an ancient inscription where a
  • 05:02 king of a neighboring country spoke of "The House of David,"
  • 05:07 "Bet-David."
  • 05:08 What that did is it leant credence to the notion that
  • 05:14 there really was a David.
  • 05:18 We need to fend off insults in different ways, whether it's
  • 05:22 insults to the veracity of the biblical testimony.
  • 05:25 "Veracity" comes from the Latin word "verité."
  • 05:27 It means "truth."
  • 05:29 Individuals question the essence and substance of biblical faith.
  • 05:34 Individuals need to contend for that.
  • 05:36 Is it problematic to contend for an ancestral God-given homeland?
  • 05:41 Is it problematic to contend for America?
  • 05:44 I think not.
  • 05:45 And once again, as I said at the opening of this segment, the guy
  • 05:51 who carried stones here and a sword here who's noted here, he
  • 05:57 didn't think so either.
  • 06:03 male: I was among the leaders of the tribes of Israel that day
  • 06:07 when we gathered in Hebron.
  • 06:10 King Saul was dead, having taken his own life on the battlefield.
  • 06:14 We had assembled at this place to anoint David as our new king.
  • 06:20 David had proven himself to be a worthy leader
  • 06:24 and a mighty warrior.
  • 06:28 The covenant he shared with us that day assured us that the
  • 06:31 Lord would continue to be our source in the days ahead.
  • 06:35 He pledged his devotion, and we promised the same in return.
  • 06:45 In the anointing of David, we witnessed the birth of a new
  • 06:49 kingdom, a kingdom which we prayed would never pass away.
  • 06:54 ♪♪♪
  • 07:05 Jeffrey: We're so thrilled to be able to bring these
  • 07:07 fascinating dramatic vignettes to you.
  • 07:11 Before unpacking some of the particulars of the pictures that
  • 07:15 offers a telling of the biblical text, I wanna speak to a text I
  • 07:19 alluded to earlier, this one written in stone, a little
  • 07:24 sidebar to this famous piece of discovery.
  • 07:28 You know, biblical archaeology is a wonderful discipline.
  • 07:33 You dig up the land and it verifies the biblical testimony.
  • 07:38 That's true, and what's fascinating when bringing this
  • 07:42 to you, truth be known, there was a professor.
  • 07:45 His name was Avraham Biran, who was head of the expedition in
  • 07:50 northern Israel, Tel Dan, in 1993 and '94.
  • 07:53 And this stone was discovered then.
  • 07:57 Tells the story of Hazael, Hazel, a king of Aram, and a
  • 08:03 military engagement he's involved in.
  • 08:06 This stone was sitting in the professor's crate, and along
  • 08:09 comes Berg Production, who has produced the Zola Levitt
  • 08:13 Ministries story for over 40 years.
  • 08:16 And Ken Berg and Clayton are sitting there with him, and this
  • 08:19 is in a mill crate in the professor's office, very humble.
  • 08:23 And what happened is Ken Berg said, "Don't you think you need
  • 08:26 to get this out?"
  • 08:27 Well, it sits proudly in a museum now.
  • 08:30 This is just a facsimile of it.
  • 08:32 But the dollars that you contribute to "Zola Levitt
  • 08:35 Presents" that we then turn around and give Berg Production,
  • 08:39 it all has a way of bringing biblical news that's been lost,
  • 08:43 and we bring the news to use.
  • 08:45 Now, for the story at hand, the anointing, it's a fascinating
  • 08:51 story in the book Shmuel, Samuel, 1 Samuel 16, after
  • 08:57 describing that David didn't have a lot going for him.
  • 09:00 In fact, his brothers kinda gave him up, didn't take him
  • 09:03 seriously, and even his father kind of pushed him to
  • 09:06 the margins.
  • 09:07 But there was something in him.
  • 09:09 There was a call, and he's brought before the prophet.
  • 09:12 And we're told in the text, chapter 16, verse 12:
  • 09:18 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 09:20 "And God said, 'Qum,'" arise," misha hehu, "and anoint him."
  • 09:30 That word, by the way, "misha hehu," or "misha hahu,"
  • 09:36 excuse me, actually, you might hear the word "Mashiach"
  • 09:40 in that.
  • 09:41 I kinda conflated that.
  • 09:43 It's where we get the word "Messiah."
  • 09:46 People speak, and rightly so, of Jesus the Messiah, more commonly
  • 09:51 known as English, as Jesus Christ.
  • 09:55 People think his father and mother were Mr. and Mrs. Christ,
  • 09:58 that his birth certificate read: "Christ," comma,
  • 10:01 "J," for "Jesus."
  • 10:02 When actually, the word "Christ" itself is a Greek for the Hebrew
  • 10:08 "Mashiach" or "Messiah."
  • 10:11 And the word "Messiah" itself means "Anointed One."
  • 10:18 So, let's bring it together.
  • 10:19 You saw the picture of David, who was anointed.
  • 10:25 The prophet poured the anointing oil on his head,
  • 10:30 and the rest is history.
  • 10:35 Well, there were different history makers that were
  • 10:36 anointed.
  • 10:37 Prophets were anointed, kings, priests.
  • 10:42 David himself here, of course, anointed, in effect, as king.
  • 10:48 He, in effect, was a great deliverer in ancient Israel,
  • 10:54 and his story is in the past.
  • 10:56 But the one that he presages belongs to the future in
  • 11:02 perpetuity. And who am I referring to?
  • 11:07 Jesus, called "Yeshua," actually in Hebrew, from a verb
  • 11:14 "to save, to deliver, or to redeem."
  • 11:19 This series is all about deliverance.
  • 11:23 And when I think of deliverance, there's the ultimate Deliverer.
  • 11:28 Oh, friends, this story talks about David of the past.
  • 11:33 But, you know, Jews sing, [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 11:39 "David, the king of Israel, lives forever."
  • 11:42 Now, he's remembered forever.
  • 11:44 Even the star, that is the Star of David, that is affixed to
  • 11:48 Jewish jewelry and the flag of Israel itself reminds us of
  • 11:55 the triumphs of David in days gone by.
  • 11:58 But in saying, "David lives forever," he doesn't just live
  • 12:02 in memory.
  • 12:03 He doesn't just inspire a kind of confidence, but if the
  • 12:07 biblical testimony, both testaments, is to be taken
  • 12:11 seriously, David lives forever because that energy, that
  • 12:17 anointing, is personified in the person who lives forever who
  • 12:21 died, who was crucified, buried, and three days later, that
  • 12:28 anointed one rose from the dead.
  • 12:32 This Deliverer who lives to make intercession for us, this
  • 12:38 Deliverer who facilitates a great deliverance, he himself
  • 12:43 was delivered from death.
  • 12:45 And right into the future, he delivers us from death as well.
  • 12:53 male announcer: Our resource this week,
  • 12:54 the DVD series "The Warrior King, David-Like Leadership
  • 12:58 in Goliath-Like Times."
  • 13:00 This series from 2009 includes 8 programs taught by
  • 13:05 Dr. Jeffrey Seif,
  • 13:06 and include dramatic reenactments from Israel.
  • 13:10 With challenges larger than Goliath all around us,
  • 13:13 we need Bible-based leaders now more than ever.
  • 13:17 Contact us and ask for "The Warrior King" on DVD.
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  • 14:37 male announcer: Matthew 1: "The book of the generation of
  • 14:41 Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham...
  • 14:47 All of the generations to David are fourteen generations;
  • 14:53 from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen
  • 14:58 generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto
  • 15:02 Christ are fourteen generations."
  • 15:08 "And in the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent from God
  • 15:13 unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth, to a virgin espoused
  • 15:19 to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David; and the
  • 15:25 virgin's name was Mary.
  • 15:28 And the angel came in unto her, and said, 'Hail, thou that art
  • 15:33 highly favored, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among
  • 15:38 women...Fear not, Mary: for thou hast found favor with God.
  • 15:43 And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth
  • 15:46 a son, and shalt call his name Jesus.
  • 15:51 He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest:
  • 15:55 and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father
  • 15:59 David: and he shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever;
  • 16:03 and of his kingdom there shall be no end.'"
  • 16:10 Jeffrey: We began this program with women celebrating David.
  • 16:16 Well, that's just a foretaste of a glory divine.
  • 16:20 I mention this because the angel Gavriel, meaning "my strength,"
  • 16:26 comes to the royal couple.
  • 16:29 Well, they're peasant stock, to be sure, but they're gonna give
  • 16:31 birth to the King of kings.
  • 16:33 And speaks that through their son, the anointed one, a
  • 16:38 descendant of David, will come one whose kingdom there will be
  • 16:42 no end.
  • 16:43 Now, that's cause to celebrate.
  • 16:47 By way of contrast, it's worth noting that Miriam, Mary, comes
  • 16:53 from Hebrew "Maryam," which means "sea of bitterness," or
  • 16:59 "sea of sorrows."
  • 17:00 "Mar" is "bitterness" and "yam" is "sea."
  • 17:03 Well, talk about her life--granted, that she had the
  • 17:09 sorrowful of experience of being, now doubt, criticized for
  • 17:13 being pregnant before marriage.
  • 17:15 You know, a little bit of a scandal there.
  • 17:18 Ands similarly, she had the pain to carry of watching her son
  • 17:24 come to an inglorious end.
  • 17:27 She's there at the cross with the Lord, and there's sorrow.
  • 17:30 But, you know, that sorrow was turned to joy.
  • 17:36 And it's not just something that happened to the mother.
  • 17:42 It can happen to the other, and I'm talking to people like me
  • 17:47 and you.
  • 17:49 I'll look at the Matthean text.
  • 17:50 We're told in verse 20 of the 1st chapter that an angel, a
  • 17:55 messenger came.
  • 17:56 The angel, by the way, in Luke chapter 1:26, is named
  • 17:59 "Gavriel."
  • 18:01 I like to conflate the testimonies to get all the
  • 18:03 information.
  • 18:05 "The angel of the Lord appears to Yosef in a dream and says,
  • 18:10 'Joseph, son of David--'" You know, he was of peasant stock,
  • 18:16 but he's descended from a king.
  • 18:18 And by the way, parenthetically, that's what happens.
  • 18:21 You and I can have very humble circumstances.
  • 18:24 We're born again.
  • 18:25 We're descended from a King.
  • 18:27 We're inputted with this genetic code descended from greatness.
  • 18:33 I think we'd do well to live it.
  • 18:34 Well, he says, "Joseph, son of David, don't be afraid to take
  • 18:38 your Miriam."
  • 18:40 He goes on to note that "the Child within her has been
  • 18:43 conceived by the Ruach ha-Kodesh.
  • 18:47 She will give birth to a son; and you shall call his name
  • 18:53 Yeshua," or Jesus.
  • 18:56 And then there's a conjunction, "For he shall save his people
  • 19:02 from their sins."
  • 19:03 Conjunctions: and, but, or, for, or nor.
  • 19:06 It's joined here, and I mention this because absent an
  • 19:10 understanding of the Hebrew, it doesn't really make sense.
  • 19:12 "You shall call his name Yeshua," which in Hebrew means
  • 19:17 "Deliverer."
  • 19:19 He says, "You shall call his name Yeshua, for he will deliver
  • 19:25 his people from their sins."
  • 19:29 See, by understanding the Jewish background, it brings something
  • 19:35 forth that wouldn't otherwise be there.
  • 19:38 I think you can look at the Bible without understanding the
  • 19:42 Jewish roots and it's like looking at it in black and
  • 19:45 white.
  • 19:46 It's dramatic and it's great.
  • 19:47 But when you look at the Jewish background to it, it brings it
  • 19:51 forth in technicolor.
  • 19:52 It gives it views and use which wouldn't otherwise be there, and
  • 19:58 that's our trademark.
  • 20:00 Speaking of trademarks, you know what Jesus's trademark is?
  • 20:07 Forgiving people of their sins.
  • 20:12 There's nothing you've done that can exempt you from
  • 20:20 the opportunity to get a fresh start and a new life.
  • 20:25 I wanna speak slowly, deliberately, and gently.
  • 20:31 People go through life, they carry shame and guilt and other
  • 20:37 concomitants to that, things that weigh them down in their
  • 20:42 life.
  • 20:43 There's little, if any, cause to celebrate.
  • 20:46 I wanna know that God can change your mourning into gladness, and
  • 20:52 that comes about by your experience with the anointed one
  • 20:58 to deliver himself, who came not just to die for the sins of the
  • 21:03 world, but to save you in the world.
  • 21:06 Not just so you can have life after death, but so that you can
  • 21:11 experience life before death, a new life invigorated with the
  • 21:17 power of the Holy Spirit and a clear conscience.
  • 21:23 David: David was anointed, and I can't imagine going
  • 21:26 through the things that he went through in his life without that
  • 21:28 anointing.
  • 21:30 Jeffrey: Yes, so true, David.
  • 21:33 We need the Lord's presence in our life.
  • 21:37 It's interesting, in the Bible, God guides with fire and a
  • 21:40 cloud.
  • 21:41 He leads people into the future in the older testament.
  • 21:45 Similarly, in the New Testament, there's the promise of divine
  • 21:48 guidance for divine deliverance.
  • 21:51 David's led along the narrow path.
  • 21:54 David: It's that small voice that we listen to to help us
  • 21:58 through things that we're going through, to help people worship.
  • 22:02 Jeffrey: Yes, and that still small voice isn't just a word
  • 22:09 for worship leaders.
  • 22:10 It's a word for worshipers, women and men who find value in
  • 22:16 what the Lord is all about.
  • 22:18 Wise men seek him, and we hear that still small voice and get
  • 22:23 direction for life, yes?
  • 22:25 David: Here's a question I have.
  • 22:26 Do you think we need to ask for that anointing, or does it just
  • 22:28 come to us?
  • 22:30 Jeffrey: I think, you know--the Bible says, you know,
  • 22:32 "Seek, and you'll find; knock, and it will be opened."
  • 22:37 I think we find ourselves in life where we're perplexed by
  • 22:41 circumstance and we'd do well to seek God, to navigate around the
  • 22:47 exigent circumstances, the problems that are so inherent in
  • 22:51 human experience.
  • 22:52 David, God bless him, had so many problems, and the good Lord
  • 22:57 saw him through them all.
  • 23:00 Kirsten: And even today we still talk about his greatness,
  • 23:04 even with all of the faults.
  • 23:06 Just like he does with us, that's the beauty of the Lord
  • 23:09 that we serve.
  • 23:10 We'll be right back.
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  • 23:44 Kirsten: I'm here with Belin Parks, who is on
  • 23:46 the "Zola Levitt Presents" production team here in
  • 23:49 the States, and you just recently took
  • 23:52 your very first trip to Israel.
  • 23:54 Belin Parks: I did, I took my first trip.
  • 23:55 Kirsten: Tell us all about it.
  • 23:56 Belin: Seven years working with the team here, and I finally
  • 23:59 went to Israel.
  • 24:00 I went in honor of my father, who passed away.
  • 24:03 I took a trip there because he had supported Zola for three
  • 24:06 decades and didn't enjoy traveling, so I went in his
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  • 24:11 And it was a life-changing trip.
  • 24:14 If you are thinking about going, get up and go.
  • 24:18 It will change you forever.
  • 24:20 The Bible will come alive for you, and you will be forever
  • 24:23 changed.
  • 24:24 I really enjoyed myself, and I made 84 friends on the tour.
  • 24:28 That was so fun.
  • 24:29 Kirsten: We're honored to have you on our team,
  • 24:32 and we're also honored to bring back the music of Zola Levitt.
  • 24:39 ♪♪♪
  • 24:40 ♪ Speak to me, O Lord, I'm listening. ♪
  • 24:47 ♪ Hearing you, Lord, as you call me. ♪
  • 24:54 ♪ Help me live my life in the wilderness. ♪
  • 25:02 ♪ Let be a man after your own heart. ♪
  • 25:10 ♪ Hear me, Lord. ♪
  • 25:13 ♪ It's now I need you. ♪
  • 25:17 ♪ Lord, I want to walk beside you. ♪
  • 25:24 ♪ Through the toils and trials, ♪
  • 25:28 ♪ through the times I doubt, ♪
  • 25:32 ♪ I will call your name, ♪
  • 25:35 ♪ Lord, as I cry out. ♪
  • 25:44 ♪ Lord, I know that you are near. ♪
  • 25:49 ♪ Lord, I know that you will hear. ♪
  • 25:53 ♪ Listening closely to my needs, ♪
  • 25:58 ♪ watching carefully over me. ♪
  • 26:02 ♪ O Lord, I sing and dance to you with praise, ♪
  • 26:06 ♪ in love and worship all my days. ♪
  • 26:11 ♪ Even in my darkest hour, I'll know your voice, ♪
  • 26:17 ♪ I'll feel your power. ♪
  • 26:23 ♪ Talk to me, O Lord, I need you. ♪
  • 26:30 ♪ I need you. ♪♪
  • 26:39 Jeffrey: It's great to hear Zola's music.
  • 26:42 He was a wonderful classical musician.
  • 26:45 The story today is a classic too, known by many,
  • 26:50 the story of King David.
  • 26:51 It's hard to walk away from him, but, guys, gals, time is up.
  • 26:55 Kirsten: Well, he was a warrior, and then he had this
  • 26:58 soft heart.
  • 26:59 He was a musician, and he was such a worshiper also.
  • 27:02 David: I think that makes him a hero, correct?
  • 27:04 Jeffrey: Yes, in so many ways.
  • 27:05 He's a hero to so many, and rightly so, the man after God's
  • 27:10 own heart.
  • 27:12 Let's do this again next week.
  • 27:13 And as you go now, shaalu, 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