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Episode: “Ezekiel”
This exiled prophet saw dramatic visions of transformation; from dry bones to living people and water flowing down from the dry mountain top. God’s grace and mercy comes to fill people with a new Spirit and give them new life.
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: “Ezekiel” (9/12)

  • 00:01 Jeffrey Seif: He was dumped,
  • 00:02 displaced, disoriented,
  • 00:06 didn't look very good for him, but then God showed up.
  • 00:11 What am I talking about?
  • 00:13 How does it relate to you?
  • 00:15 Stay tuned.
  • 00:17 ♪♪♪
  • 00:23 male announcer: From the beginning, our Creator
  • 00:26 revealed his will to the common man.
  • 00:29 Individuals listened to his call and responded in obedience from
  • 00:34 the first Hebrew Avraham to the culmination of salvation
  • 00:39 in Messiah himself.
  • 00:42 The Lord faithfully intervenes with his divine deliverance.
  • 00:49 ♪♪♪
  • 00:56 David Hart: We're so glad you've joined us today on "Zola
  • 00:57 Levitt Presents."
  • 00:59 I'm David Hart.
  • 01:00 Kirsten Hart: I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 01:01 Jeffrey: And I'm Jeffrey Seif, and I am really excited
  • 01:02 about today's program.
  • 01:04 Kirsten: We're in our series "Divine Deliverance" and today
  • 01:08 we'll be learning more about Ezekiel.
  • 01:11 He not only saw the wheel up in the middle of the air, he also
  • 01:14 had a divine encounter with the Maker.
  • 01:18 David: I love the song that I remember singing as a kid, but
  • 01:21 also it was an incredible encounter with God.
  • 01:25 Jeffrey: The song, what song is that?
  • 01:27 David: "Ezekiel saw the wheel--" You don't know it?
  • 01:30 both: "Way up in the middle of the air."
  • 01:32 Jeffrey: Listen, I wasn't raised in church, so, listen,
  • 01:35 I missed a good one I'm sure.
  • 01:37 Kirsten: That's okay.
  • 01:38 Let's now go and see Ezekiel's encounter with the Lord.
  • 01:45 announcer: In 593 B.C., Ezekiel was among the exiles by
  • 01:49 the River Kebar in Babylonia and the heavens were opened and he
  • 01:54 saw visions of God.
  • 01:58 A whirlwind came out of the north
  • 02:01 and a brightness was about it.
  • 02:10 Jeffrey: Hebrews call it the galut.
  • 02:14 It's the word for "exile."
  • 02:16 Jews were dispossessed, thrown out of the ancestral homeland.
  • 02:20 They, in effect, were refugees.
  • 02:23 Among them was a fella named Ezekiel.
  • 02:28 Comes from two Hebrew words: "el" as a suffix or as a prefix
  • 02:32 God and then "chazaq" which means strength.
  • 02:38 And they were in such a bind, in such a corner, they were gonna
  • 02:43 need all the strength they could get.
  • 02:51 I don't know if you've ever been in a corner.
  • 02:52 I have.
  • 02:54 I've never been exiled, as in removed from my ancestral
  • 02:58 homeland, and if you think for a moment most people never
  • 03:01 traveled far.
  • 03:02 Here they're over 500 miles away from their place of origin,
  • 03:05 uprooted from ancestral lands.
  • 03:07 They were really in a bad way, thus in a corner.
  • 03:11 They needed help and the question was, is there
  • 03:17 deliverance?
  • 03:19 The question is, is God a deliverer?
  • 03:25 And there was a man who in no uncertain terms said yes.
  • 03:31 He saw how they were gonna get out of a corner, and he
  • 03:36 envisioned a way that they could go on a quest for the preferred
  • 03:41 future.
  • 03:44 His story is in the book that bears his name.
  • 03:47 Starts off in the first chapter giving voice to the exile that I
  • 03:52 just described and noting that Ezekiel is among them, but
  • 03:56 unbeknownst to them God was with them, too.
  • 04:03 And when you're exiled, when you're repressed, depressed, so
  • 04:06 pressed, and oppressed you don't think God is with you because
  • 04:09 what comes to mind forever is your misery, not the hope.
  • 04:16 But then, we see when we open up the book of hope, the Bible,
  • 04:20 we're told in chapter 1, verse 1, "Nif'T'chû haSHämayim,"
  • 04:27 the heavens opened up.
  • 04:29 "Wäer'eh mar'ôt élohiym," and I saw visions of God in a flash.
  • 04:42 Prophecy comes different ways.
  • 04:44 The message of deliverance comes in more than one cart.
  • 04:48 I mentioned that Isaiah was more just rolling out the prophetic
  • 04:51 Word.
  • 04:53 Ezekiel had a prophetic Word, but he wasn't simply a nabi,
  • 04:56 which means to, in effect, bubble forth or bring it forth.
  • 04:59 He was a ro'eh.
  • 05:00 He was a seer.
  • 05:02 He was a visionary.
  • 05:04 You know, paranthetically in church work today there some
  • 05:06 churches that just roll out the biblical principles, some give
  • 05:09 voice to the Spirit and vision.
  • 05:11 They each say they're crazy.
  • 05:12 I say they both have their place.
  • 05:15 Both are found in the biblical testimony.
  • 05:17 Ezekiel has visions and what he envisions
  • 05:23 is so very transformative.
  • 05:26 He sees that individuals will come back to life in their inner
  • 05:31 persons.
  • 05:33 He spoke of God giving people a new heart and a new spirit in
  • 05:37 chapter 36, verse 26 and in proximity to that he spoke not
  • 05:43 just of e a personal renewal, but a national revival that has
  • 05:47 prophetic implications that speaks to the very day when Jews
  • 05:54 all but dead and gone arise from ruin and retake their place as a
  • 06:02 people of destiny.
  • 06:08 ♪♪♪
  • 06:34 God: "Son of man, can these bones live?"
  • 06:37 Ezekiel: [speaking foreign language]
  • 06:43 God: Prophesy over these bones and say,
  • 06:49 "O you dry bones, hear the Word of the Lord."
  • 06:55 ♪♪♪
  • 07:10 God: Say to the bones I will put sinews and flesh upon you
  • 07:15 and cover you with skin.
  • 07:18 Ezekiel: [speaking foreign language]
  • 07:27 God: Prophesy unto the spirit, son of man.
  • 07:32 Ezekiel: [speaking foreign language]
  • 07:36 ♪♪♪
  • 07:45 God: I will put my Spirit in you, and you will live, and I
  • 07:49 will place you in our own land.
  • 07:53 Then you will know that I the Lord
  • 07:55 have spoken and performed it.
  • 08:00 Jeffrey: In a previous era, a literary giant in America
  • 08:04 named John Steinbeck wrote a famous novel called
  • 08:09 "The Grapes of Wrath."
  • 08:12 Therein he was underscoring the plight of displaced migrants.
  • 08:16 I mentioned that to say never mind this modern literary giant.
  • 08:21 Here we have a giant in an ancient world that gave voice
  • 08:26 not just to a wrath, to a feeling of dispossession and
  • 08:30 discouragement, but he envisioned a new world to come,
  • 08:36 new life on the bones.
  • 08:38 In chapter 37, verse 1 in this man whose name is "God is
  • 08:44 strength" we read, "Häy'täh," that is, and came,
  • 08:51 "älay," on me, "yad-adonai," the hand of the Lord.
  • 08:58 Sounds like an old religious expression in church.
  • 09:01 "You know, the hand of the Lord was upon me, brother."
  • 09:03 Don't mock it, because good things come when God comes,
  • 09:11 and here the visionary sees a vision.
  • 09:16 We'll go on and unpack it.
  • 09:17 He says the, "The Ruach Adonai," the Spirit of God, "carried me
  • 09:22 and set me down."
  • 09:24 And again, today when people talk of, "The Spirit of God was
  • 09:26 upon me," people go, "Ha-ha, that's just modern religion,
  • 09:30 those crazy people."
  • 09:31 Well, they would have said it of him.
  • 09:33 It's biblical language.
  • 09:35 People don't understand it, I get it, but better not
  • 09:38 to mock it.
  • 09:40 This person envisions himself placed down in the middle of a
  • 09:43 valley, one that was full of bones
  • 09:49 scattered all about.
  • 09:51 The picture that you saw before I started opening my mouth was
  • 09:55 so good, I actually regretted I have to talk afterward.
  • 09:58 It is so dramatic.
  • 10:00 A picture tells a thousand words and there you see bones
  • 10:06 coming back to life.
  • 10:07 They're recycled.
  • 10:09 They're reinvigorated.
  • 10:10 They take on flesh and spirit.
  • 10:14 They come alive and then they're nationalized, too.
  • 10:17 They become an army.
  • 10:18 Now, I know people take issue with that because they don't
  • 10:20 like to see that in religion, but it's in the book.
  • 10:23 Let's take a look at the book.
  • 10:25 We're told the Spirit is upon him.
  • 10:28 He sat down in the valley.
  • 10:30 In verse 2 he lead him all around and there was very many
  • 10:33 on the floor, many bones that were very dry.
  • 10:38 "And he said to me," in verse 3, "'Son of man, can these bones
  • 10:42 live?'" Now, listen.
  • 10:44 If God asked you a question I don't think it's to know--he
  • 10:46 doesn't the answer. "I'm a little confused, Zeke.
  • 10:48 What are you saying? Can you help me out here?"
  • 10:49 No, it's for rhetorical purposes.
  • 10:51 One would think not.
  • 10:53 In other words, when you're--when it's that way, when
  • 10:59 you're dead and gone for so long, it all deteriorates, there
  • 11:02 is nothing left, the question of is there any hope for this?
  • 11:06 It sounds like a ridiculous question, but God majors in
  • 11:10 turning around the ridiculous, because he is a great deliverer.
  • 11:15 "I answered, 'Lord, you know.'" In verse 4 the Word is, "Speak
  • 11:21 to them.
  • 11:23 Prophesy and say, 'Dry bones, hear the Word of the Lord.'"
  • 11:29 Truth be known, there can be people that are hearing within
  • 11:33 the sound of my voice.
  • 11:34 You know, I mean, a pastor can look out over the congregation
  • 11:37 and see who's there and see who's paying attention.
  • 11:40 This all goes coast to coast.
  • 11:41 I don't know who I'm talking to.
  • 11:43 I don't know if I find you in a hotel room with a gun to
  • 11:46 your head.
  • 11:47 I don't know if I find you behind your desk after you just
  • 11:49 got a check for $30 million in a contract you signed.
  • 11:51 I just don't know, but I know this.
  • 11:54 I know this.
  • 11:55 That people do well when they hear the Word of the Lord.
  • 12:01 "Behold," he says, "I will cause Ruach to enter into you," I will
  • 12:06 cause the Spirit to come into you, "and you will live."
  • 12:10 Today, people talk about, "I received the Holy Spirit, and I
  • 12:12 came alive."
  • 12:13 And people say, "That's just hokey religion."
  • 12:15 A Jewish person says, "I can't buy into that.
  • 12:17 I'm a Jew.
  • 12:18 I'm not a Pentecostal."
  • 12:19 Well, the last I checked Ezekiel was a Jew, too.
  • 12:21 This is the Old Testament.
  • 12:23 I'm not reading you from something in the new.
  • 12:24 That God prophesies deliverance, and he uses the language of the
  • 12:30 Spirit coming in.
  • 12:32 "I will put tendons on you, put flesh on you."
  • 12:35 And then he says, "I will breathe on you."
  • 12:38 Someone picked up on that.
  • 12:45 You might recall when he came back to life, and I'm
  • 12:48 referencing to the way Yeshua, the way Jesus is noted in the
  • 12:52 Johannine Gospel.
  • 12:53 It says he enters into a room and possibly so he just kinda
  • 12:56 goes through the wall, and it says, "He breathed on them, and
  • 13:00 said, 'Receive the Holy Spirit.'" Sounds so un-Jewish.
  • 13:07 Of course, Jesus was a Jew, they were Jewish, and it sounds a lot
  • 13:10 like this.
  • 13:12 And not only is the remaking of life characterized by new
  • 13:17 breath, but if you roll the tape back to the beginning in early
  • 13:22 Genesis it says of Adam, Adam, it says, "He breathed into his
  • 13:27 nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being."
  • 13:34 This is the very birth of humanity.
  • 13:38 Now, I know what happens with the birth of humanity.
  • 13:42 We come out of our mother's womb, and we begin living our
  • 13:44 lives.
  • 13:45 It doesn't always turn out right.
  • 13:47 Listen to me.
  • 13:48 If being born hasn't been all that it's cracked up to be, try
  • 13:53 being born-again.
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  • 14:01 Mid-East Peace Process," eight 30-minutes programs on 2 DVDs.
  • 14:05 In the series Dr. Jeffrey Seif considers the various pieces of
  • 14:10 Ezekiel's end-time puzzle, Judah's demise, Israel's last
  • 14:13 days rise, Israel's neighbor states, the valley of dry bones,
  • 14:18 the battle of Gog and Magog, and the restored temple.
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  • 15:09 Right now let's continue our story with Ezekiel in Israel.
  • 15:16 announcer: Ezekiel's vision of the future temple
  • 15:18 is glorious.
  • 15:20 Paradise restored and by the river thereof, upon the bank
  • 15:26 thereof shall grow all trees for food, bringing forth new food,
  • 15:31 whose leaf shall not fade.
  • 15:35 And the leaf thereof shall be for medicine.
  • 15:40 ♪♪♪
  • 15:48 Jeffrey: You know, if you think about it a vine is simply
  • 15:53 a machine through which flat water is turned into grapes.
  • 15:58 It's turned into wine.
  • 16:00 It's interesting the Johannine Gospel begins with Jesus turning
  • 16:03 water into wine and then his last discourse at the very end
  • 16:07 he talks about how we, in effect, are the vine.
  • 16:08 There is a kind of transformation from the flat to
  • 16:12 the energized and that's what Ezekiel sees.
  • 16:18 I'm interested in the 47th chapter here.
  • 16:22 I wanna talk about the essence of life.
  • 16:24 Nahar hachayyim in Hebrew, a river of life.
  • 16:29 It goes right back to Gan Eden, to paradise.
  • 16:34 We're told here in the 47th chapter--we're told this prophet
  • 16:38 of the galut, this exiled prophet envisions Israel
  • 16:44 reconstituted as a nation state, and then he sees the temple
  • 16:48 rebuilt therein.
  • 16:50 He not only envisions that.
  • 16:52 He sees water coming from the house.
  • 16:56 He says, "Then he brought me back to the door of the house,"
  • 16:59 kin 47:1, "and water was flowing out from underneath the
  • 17:04 threshold."
  • 17:05 This isn't your garden variety.
  • 17:07 You know, the plumbing breaks in the bathroom and the water is
  • 17:09 coming out from underneath the door.
  • 17:11 This is something else.
  • 17:12 There is a picture here that develops in the literature,
  • 17:15 where it's God's restored house.
  • 17:18 From there comes water to bring new life to the dry lands.
  • 17:23 It says it explicitly.
  • 17:25 Now, if you would go to Israel you would see it pictorially.
  • 17:29 If you go to the Temple Mount, which is right there at the
  • 17:33 zenith, the high point of the city and you were to go east
  • 17:37 from there, it falls off dramatically, turns into a
  • 17:40 wilderness, if you ever heard the term "wilderness of Judea,"
  • 17:44 and it descends all the way to the Dead Sea.
  • 17:48 If you were to read through the Prophet Ezekiel in this chapter
  • 17:51 you'd see that water comes from out of this temple and, whoosh,
  • 17:57 it goes down through the wilderness, through the dry
  • 18:00 lands, whoosh, and it brings new things to life, because wherever
  • 18:07 the water goes life comes.
  • 18:10 It's a beautiful story.
  • 18:13 It's a picture that tells a thousand words.
  • 18:17 It's depicted in the literature not just here.
  • 18:20 If you go to Revelation chapter 22
  • 18:24 this visionary sees the river of the water of life coming out
  • 18:30 from the holy city, bringing new life.
  • 18:34 Now, there is a snapshot here and there is a snapshot there.
  • 18:41 It's both testified to in the newer testament and the older
  • 18:45 testament.
  • 18:46 My question is, is it testified to you?
  • 18:50 I'm less interested in the story in the book as much as I'm
  • 18:55 interested now in whether this story resonates in the pages of
  • 19:00 your own diary.
  • 19:02 I want you to know that the flat water can be turned to wine.
  • 19:07 It needs energized.
  • 19:09 This prophet Ezekiel sees the source, God's grace and mercy,
  • 19:13 coming to a ruined people, filling them with the Spirit and
  • 19:17 filling them with new life.
  • 19:19 That's not a story from yesterday's pages.
  • 19:21 That's a story for the ages.
  • 19:23 It's all about the deliverance that's made available to
  • 19:25 martyrs, women and men like me and you.
  • 19:32 David: As you've seen already today by our dramatic
  • 19:34 reenactment, that Ezekiel has had a pretty fascinating life,
  • 19:38 and God has really spoken to him.
  • 19:41 An encounter like really no other.
  • 19:43 Jeffrey: It's a significant vision of things to come.
  • 19:47 There is deliverance.
  • 19:49 There is personal deliverance.
  • 19:50 There is a miracle.
  • 19:52 It's the miracle of water coming out of dry places and that image
  • 19:58 is so potent because there are so many people that are parched.
  • 20:01 David: Right, today.
  • 20:02 That story is for us today, for all of us, right?
  • 20:06 Jeffrey: Yes, it's Jews yesterday, and it's used today.
  • 20:10 It's timeless.
  • 20:12 People get so bent out of shape.
  • 20:16 Marriages are so brittle.
  • 20:19 Lives are just hanging together by a thread.
  • 20:24 The desperation index is high.
  • 20:28 The anxiety index is high.
  • 20:31 People are thirsty, and the Lord comes along with a vision of
  • 20:36 drink.
  • 20:38 Kirsten: And life.
  • 20:39 I love that Word, and I know you didn't grow up in the church.
  • 20:43 We did.
  • 20:44 And you're sitting talking, I am listening to what you're saying,
  • 20:46 but in my head I hear the song, "Them bones, them bones, them
  • 20:50 dry bones now hear the Word of the Lord."
  • 20:52 Now, you know that. You've sung that.
  • 20:54 David: Dry bones.
  • 20:56 Kirsten: But dry people. David: Dried up.
  • 20:58 Jeffrey: And, first, no need to apologize for being you.
  • 21:01 That we all have our experiences and just 'cause I popped out of
  • 21:05 a Jewish womb and lived in a Jewish world doesn't make me
  • 21:08 better than you or you.
  • 21:09 I think it's a level playing field, but to the point and the
  • 21:14 image, can you think of just death, despair?
  • 21:19 People are living in a world today where they're feeling that
  • 21:22 their lives are somewhere between going, going, and gone,
  • 21:24 and they really think there is no hope.
  • 21:27 But if there is a God that can bring these bones back together
  • 21:32 again, if it really is true he can bring back that life and
  • 21:36 bring new life, the implications are profound.
  • 21:38 David: It is true, and I'm so sorry to say this again, but as
  • 21:42 I lead worship I see that even in the church.
  • 21:45 That we're--there is so much dry bones even in the church today.
  • 21:49 How do we get over that?
  • 21:50 Jeffrey: I think people are checkered by despair.
  • 21:53 We live in a world and there is so much fracture in
  • 21:58 relationships.
  • 21:59 There is so much anxiety about the future.
  • 22:02 There is so much regret about the past.
  • 22:04 People live in all of that.
  • 22:07 I think it's good to open up the Bible and take a leap into the
  • 22:10 biblical world.
  • 22:11 They can find hope.
  • 22:12 We can find hope that's experiential.
  • 22:15 That is available even today.
  • 22:18 Kirsten: And I am just gonna do it, tour plug in the middle
  • 22:22 of this program, why it is so important to go to Israel,
  • 22:27 because just a few decades ago it was dry, barren desert, and
  • 22:32 God has restored the dry bones of that land.
  • 22:36 And as we were driving in our tour bus we see field after
  • 22:40 field and date palms and flowers and food everywhere growing, and
  • 22:46 Israel has become alive.
  • 22:48 And if God can do it with barren, swamp land, he can--
  • 22:51 David: Desert. Kirsten: Desert.
  • 22:52 He can do it in your life.
  • 22:54 He can do it for you also.
  • 22:56 Jeffrey: Profound.
  • 22:57 David: Amen. We'll be right back.
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  • 23:31 Kirsten: The dry bones in Israel are not dry anymore.
  • 23:33 The land is fruitful.
  • 23:35 It is green.
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  • 23:40 how beautiful the Holy Land is.
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  • 23:51 song by Zola Levitt.
  • 23:53 Here it is.
  • 23:57 ♪♪♪
  • 24:00 ♪ Could it be me for whom he died? ♪
  • 24:08 ♪ Could it be me for whom you cried ♪
  • 24:16 ♪ that night in the garden? ♪
  • 24:22 ♪ Was it for me? ♪
  • 24:27 ♪ Would God I had died for thee. ♪
  • 24:41 ♪ Could it be me who cost your life? ♪
  • 24:50 ♪ Could it be me who caused such strife? ♪
  • 24:57 ♪ There in Israel you had to die for me. ♪
  • 25:07 ♪ Would God I had died for thee. ♪
  • 25:17 ♪ Ooh, to live my life for the King of kings. ♪
  • 25:25 ♪ This above all I want to do. ♪
  • 25:34 ♪ And when I die may they say, ♪
  • 25:38 ♪ "He gave his life for his King," ♪
  • 25:42 ♪ and that I lived and died for you. ♪
  • 25:52 ♪ For it is thee for whom I died. ♪
  • 26:05 ♪ Lord, it was thee for whom ♪
  • 26:10 ♪ I cried in my night of salvation, ♪
  • 26:17 ♪ "Lord, forgive me." ♪
  • 26:24 ♪ Thank God you have died for me. ♪
  • 26:37 Jeffrey: We speak about Eretz Yisrael, the land of Israel, but
  • 26:41 it's more than trees and dirt.
  • 26:43 It's the people of the land.
  • 26:45 God surely has brought the land back to life because people have
  • 26:49 been brought to life there to develop it.
  • 26:52 It's all about the miracle of modern Israel.
  • 26:55 David: And I think we've been talking about Jewish folks, but
  • 26:58 also as a Gentile I don't wanna be one that has dry bones in my
  • 27:02 life.
  • 27:03 Jeffrey: That is certainly true.
  • 27:05 That it's a story about material Israel, but there is a spiritual
  • 27:09 application for all.
  • 27:11 Well, we're outta time.
  • 27:12 So much to say.
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  • 28:27 you by Zola Levitt Ministries.

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