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Episode: “Jesus”
On His last night, Messiah said that He wanted to be remembered by a Passover meal. He is the door, the light of the world, and the ultimate Provider of deliverance. We pray that you have experienced deliverance and follow Him.
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: “Jesus” (12/12)

  • 00:01 David Hart: He's the Alpha
  • 00:02 and Omega, beginning and the end.
  • 00:04 Today, it's all about Yeshua on "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:08 ♪♪♪
  • 00:14 male announcer: From the beginning, our Creator revealed
  • 00:16 his will to the common man.
  • 00:19 Individuals listened to his call and responded in obedience.
  • 00:25 From the first Hebrew Avraham to the culmination of salvation in
  • 00:30 Messiah himself, the Lord faithfully intervenes with his
  • 00:35 divine deliverance.
  • 00:42 ♪♪♪
  • 00:45 David: We're so glad you've joined us today on
  • 00:47 "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 00:49 I'm David Hart.
  • 00:50 Kirsten Hart: I'm Kirsten Hart. Jeffrey Seif: Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:52 Kirsten: We are here at the final program in our brand new
  • 00:55 series, "Divine Deliverance."
  • 00:58 Every person that we've studied, that we've seen dramatic
  • 01:01 reenactments about, they've all been a prototype leading up to
  • 01:05 today's person.
  • 01:07 It's the one and only Yeshua HaMashiach, the Messiah, Jesus.
  • 01:12 Jeffrey: Yes, and even though this is the final program for
  • 01:14 us, this can be a whole new beginning for people watching
  • 01:21 because Jesus is all about that divine deliverer helps people
  • 01:25 push the reset button in their own lives and have a glorious
  • 01:29 new program to walk out themselves, yes.
  • 01:32 Kirsten: And that's why we've done this whole series.
  • 01:33 David: That's right.
  • 01:35 It's the greatest story ever told.
  • 01:36 Right now, let's go to the Galilee for our dramatic
  • 01:39 reenactment.
  • 01:43 male: "And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their
  • 01:46 synagogues and preaching the gospel of the kingdom.
  • 01:50 Seeing the multitudes, he went up into a mountain and his
  • 01:55 disciples came unto him and he taught them, saying--
  • 01:59 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 03:11 Jeffrey: He who said, "Blessed are those who hunger
  • 03:14 and thirst," wanted to be remembered by a meal.
  • 03:21 I think that's very interesting.
  • 03:23 I have to wrestle with the question how to finish up a
  • 03:26 teaching program on deliverance in the Bible as we've walked
  • 03:30 through from Avraham to Yeshua, we've surveyed the Older
  • 03:34 Testament and now we're landing on the New.
  • 03:37 Affords me the opportunity to talk about he who
  • 03:40 is the deliverer.
  • 03:44 I wonder the extent to which I should be doing all the talking.
  • 03:47 You should just push "rewind" and look at those videos, just
  • 03:51 the words of Yeshua speaking.
  • 03:54 Our friends sent money to help us make that.
  • 03:58 We built a village on the Sea of Galilee.
  • 04:00 We hired those actors and actresses.
  • 04:03 The dramatic vignettes with Jesus there in the Galilee on
  • 04:07 the mountain were all facilitated by your gifts and by
  • 04:12 Israeli actors and actresses.
  • 04:14 Thank you for that.
  • 04:15 The story that I wanna bring to you today comes right from the
  • 04:19 pages of the Newer Testament.
  • 04:22 Therein, and we can look at it from different places in the
  • 04:26 Matthean Gospel, the Gospel of Matthew.
  • 04:30 We're told the Yeshua sees the crowds and he goes up on a
  • 04:33 mountain, subsequent to which he gives this great message.
  • 04:38 It's called the Sermon on the Mount.
  • 04:40 I never liked the term "sermon" so much; it sounds
  • 04:42 kind of boring.
  • 04:44 Really, there is stitched together here a variety of
  • 04:47 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 04:49 pearls of wisdom, insights into what it means to
  • 04:52 be authentically religious.
  • 04:55 And beautiful it is.
  • 04:58 If you don't have time to read the whole Bible, can I encourage
  • 05:00 you just to take a look at Matthew chapter 5, 6, and 7.
  • 05:06 And with that, you should be able to figure out
  • 05:08 what it's all about.
  • 05:10 Not only is it my hope that you'll understand what it means
  • 05:14 to be Christian, it's my hope you'll understand who is the
  • 05:17 person of Christ, the one we call Christ, in Hebrew Mashiach,
  • 05:24 the Messiah, the Anointed One, the Deliverer.
  • 05:28 Before he left, he took bread and he broke it.
  • 05:31 He was a Hebrew, it was Passover time and he said to the hungry,
  • 05:36 "Take, eat, this is my body."
  • 05:39 And if you look at this unleavened bread, it really is
  • 05:42 very equivalent to what it would have looked like back then.
  • 05:45 It's put on a grill on the quick.
  • 05:47 There's holes that are punched into it so that the heat rises
  • 05:50 from it and, because it's placed on a grill, it's striped.
  • 05:54 When Yeshua said, "This is my body," there's a picture
  • 05:57 here of the cross.
  • 06:00 Similarly, when he said, "Drink, this is my blood,"
  • 06:03 taken together, we know what he's referring to.
  • 06:06 Actually, when they had that supper, they didn't.
  • 06:10 Why not?
  • 06:13 Well, in the Jewish Passover time, there's a special meal
  • 06:16 called the Seder and everyone eats matzah, there's unleavened
  • 06:20 bread, everyone drinks various cups of wine, and they just
  • 06:24 figured Yeshua was being proverbial and speaking
  • 06:28 in parables.
  • 06:29 You know, he's been known to say things that not everybody
  • 06:31 understands.
  • 06:33 But really, he was giving a picture of that
  • 06:36 which was to come.
  • 06:38 And it wasn't prophecy belonging to the distant future.
  • 06:42 It was prophecy belonging to when the sun rises high
  • 06:47 in the sky the very next day.
  • 06:51 It's called the Last Supper because there he had them
  • 06:56 gathered and there he gave a final word to them.
  • 06:59 Actually, we're looking at the Sermon on the Mount where
  • 07:02 there's the basic instruction of what it means to
  • 07:05 walk with the Lord.
  • 07:06 If one looks at the Johannine Gospel, 13, 14, 15, and 16
  • 07:12 therein, it gets to the gist similarly of what it means to
  • 07:15 walk with the Lord.
  • 07:17 I'd encourage you to take a look at the book.
  • 07:19 But now, as we put a wrap on a series that deals with
  • 07:25 deliverance, I want to close by encouraging you to open up the
  • 07:31 heart, take a fresh look at the book.
  • 07:34 Go through the journey again, discover Jesus, and by virtue of
  • 07:38 the discovery of him, walk through the door into a brand
  • 07:43 new life.
  • 07:48 male: "And seeing the multitudes, he went up on
  • 07:50 a mountain and he taught them as one having authority.
  • 07:57 'Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.
  • 08:01 You are the light of the world.
  • 08:05 Whoever compels you to go a mile, go with him two.
  • 08:11 Love your enemies.
  • 08:13 Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth.
  • 08:18 Judge not that you be not judged.
  • 08:22 Knock and it will be opened to you.
  • 08:28 You will know them by their fruits.
  • 08:31 Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, saying,
  • 08:35 "What shall we eat?
  • 08:37 Or what shall we drink?
  • 08:38 Or what shall we wear?"
  • 08:41 For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things
  • 08:45 but seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and
  • 08:50 all of these things shall be added to you.'"
  • 08:57 Jeffrey: When I look at those dramatic vignettes I am struck
  • 09:00 by the beauty, the simplicity, and the profundity.
  • 09:06 There's a whole new world.
  • 09:09 People are living so wrong in modernity.
  • 09:12 We can correct it by going back to the Savior who came in
  • 09:18 antiquity and applying what he taught to modern
  • 09:21 life and circumstance.
  • 09:23 There's so much.
  • 09:25 It's all so very rich.
  • 09:28 In the Johannine Gospel and I wanna go there, I wanna pivot
  • 09:33 away from Matthew where you have the Sermon on the Mount.
  • 09:36 In the 10th chapter, the 9th verse, Yeshua, Jesus, says, "I
  • 09:41 am the gate," or I am the door.
  • 09:44 The door.
  • 09:46 "If anyone comes in through me, he will be delivered," or saved.
  • 09:54 Actually, the Greek word there, sozo, is saved, delivered,
  • 09:59 healed, put back together again.
  • 10:02 And it's not just the soul and church people talk about
  • 10:06 soul-winning and I appreciate that.
  • 10:08 We talk about getting the soul saved so when we die
  • 10:11 we can experience eternal life.
  • 10:13 I get that. I believe that.
  • 10:16 The fact, however, is today people aren't asking as much
  • 10:18 whether there's life after death.
  • 10:20 People wanna know if there's life before death, and the word
  • 10:23 "saved" as in come to Jesus and be saved, doesn't just speak to
  • 10:28 the issues of the soul.
  • 10:29 It speaks to the issues of life, body, soul, spirit, can apply to
  • 10:36 finances, relationships, a myriad of things.
  • 10:40 And myriad literally means thousands.
  • 10:43 The number is vast.
  • 10:45 Jesus said, "I am the gate, I am the doorway,
  • 10:49 into a whole new life."
  • 10:51 He says, "Those who come through and walk the path too,
  • 10:57 will be delivered."
  • 11:01 At the outset of this series, I had thought and said that,
  • 11:06 initially, I and we just wanted to name this "Deliverance."
  • 11:11 But we knew that if the series was just titled, "Deliverance,"
  • 11:14 then it would play back to a Burt Reynolds movie and some
  • 11:17 things that were less than religious in all that so we
  • 11:20 wanted to go with "Divine Deliverance" so people know
  • 11:25 we're not talking about that; we're talking about this.
  • 11:28 It's a shame, by the way, that the word "deliverance" has kind
  • 11:30 of been hijacked in the language such that people might go to
  • 11:34 that when they really need to go to this.
  • 11:36 And not just this, as in a page, they need to go to him, the
  • 11:40 person who's noted on the page.
  • 11:43 Truth of the matter, there is a whole new life.
  • 11:49 Here, we're talking about a passageway.
  • 11:51 In the Sermon on the Mount we're talking about a path.
  • 11:56 It's interesting, in the Jewish religion, the religious way is
  • 12:00 referred to as a path and to walk the way, it's called
  • 12:04 halicha from the Hebrew verb, halak, which means to walk.
  • 12:09 Even the expression that we hear in the Matthean Gospel, the
  • 12:13 Gospel of Matthew, when Yeshua entered by the narrow way "for
  • 12:17 the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and
  • 12:21 those who find it are few," that's even borrowing from a
  • 12:24 Hebraic expression that the way is a narrow path
  • 12:27 and those who walk it are few.
  • 12:30 Conversely, the heathen way is a broad way and many go to it to
  • 12:34 their own destruction.
  • 12:36 Here, we're talking about a new way of being.
  • 12:39 Yeshua says, "I am the gate," or I am the door.
  • 12:42 "If anyone comes in through me, he will be saved.
  • 12:46 And will go in and out and find pasture."
  • 12:50 I don't know what you think of when you hear the word "anyone."
  • 12:57 You might be the kind of person that thinks that this
  • 13:00 all applies to someone else but not you.
  • 13:03 Maybe you're too lost, maybe you did it before
  • 13:06 and you turned away.
  • 13:07 Maybe you just find yourself at a place you just have trouble
  • 13:11 with it all anymore and you've got yourself in big trouble.
  • 13:15 Maybe you're the only one who knows it.
  • 13:17 When he says, "If anyone comes through me, he will be saved,"
  • 13:21 is he talking to you or just people that
  • 13:23 show up on television.
  • 13:25 Friends, I think he's talking to you.
  • 13:29 Take it as a personal invitation.
  • 13:35 announcer: Our offer on this program: the eight-part series,
  • 13:38 "Sar Shalom: Prince of Peace," on two DVDs.
  • 13:43 What does it mean to walk in the footsteps of Israel's Messiah?
  • 13:47 To search out an answer, Dr. Jeffrey Seif takes viewers to
  • 13:50 the Galilee region of Northern Israel where our Lord delivered
  • 13:53 his magnificent Sermon on the Mount.
  • 13:56 Eight half-hour programs include on-location reenactments, all
  • 14:00 performed by Hebrew-speaking Israelis, authentic teaching,
  • 14:05 authentic drama, the authentic Word.
  • 14:09 Ask for "Sar Shalom: Prince of Peace."
  • 14:14 male: Hi, thanks for watching "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 14:17 You know, besides our television program, you can also reach us
  • 14:20 at levitt.com as well as following us on
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  • 14:25 And, of course, we'd love to receive your mail and, as
  • 14:29 always, you can call us.
  • 14:31 We love to hear your voice, at 1-800-WONDERS.
  • 14:34 Don't forget, your donations are what enable us to keep going.
  • 14:39 Thank you so much.
  • 14:42 Kirsten: Because of your faithful monthly support of
  • 14:45 "Zola Levitt Presents," we've been able to bring you a brand
  • 14:48 new series, "Divine Deliverance."
  • 14:50 We hope you've enjoyed it as much as we've enjoyed
  • 14:53 bringing it to you.
  • 14:55 Now, let's go back to the Holy Land where Yeshua is teaching.
  • 15:02 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 15:16 male: As the Lord concludes his teaching on the mount, he
  • 15:19 likens those who apply his precepts to a wise man who
  • 15:23 builds his house on the rock.
  • 15:27 A strong sturdy house is the result of diligent work and
  • 15:31 careful attention to detail.
  • 15:34 A solid foundation is paramount.
  • 15:37 Once completed, such a house will withstand
  • 15:39 all manner of storms.
  • 15:42 "And the rain descended.
  • 15:46 The floods came and the winds blew and beat on the house.
  • 15:50 And the house stood strong.
  • 15:53 But the foolish man built his house upon the sand and great
  • 15:58 was its fall."
  • 16:04 Jeffrey: In John chapter 10, Jesus said, "I am the door."
  • 16:07 And we enter by him.
  • 16:10 In John chapter 8, verse 12,
  • 16:12 Jesus said, "I am the light of the world.
  • 16:15 And he who follows me will not walk in darkness, but have the
  • 16:18 light of life."
  • 16:20 In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus says to the disciples,
  • 16:24 "You are the light of the world."
  • 16:25 You know, two lights. It's him and us.
  • 16:28 Or better, it is him shining through us.
  • 16:32 That's the way to do life as per my understanding.
  • 16:36 He finishes up his very famous sermon in chapter 7, verse 24,
  • 16:41 talking about, "Those who hear his words and they do them."
  • 16:48 It's all in the application, to my way of thinking.
  • 16:53 It's not just hearing his words, but it's finding a way to apply
  • 16:58 them, to live them out.
  • 17:01 I think it's tragic, by the way.
  • 17:03 Jews ask the question, "What does it take to apply the
  • 17:05 literature," and then we're accused of being legalistic or
  • 17:09 people tell me I'm trying to earn my salvation.
  • 17:12 No, I'm just trying to walk it out.
  • 17:15 Jesus says, "He who hears and does," and this person is
  • 17:21 equated to a wise man who builds his or her house on a rock.
  • 17:30 At my age, 63, I've seen lives and I've seen people become
  • 17:37 road kill on the highway of life.
  • 17:41 I've seen people begin lives and I've seen them
  • 17:44 deteriorate in life.
  • 17:48 I've seen them build houses and I've seen houses crumble.
  • 17:54 I want to follow Jesus.
  • 17:59 People say, "Well, you religious people are weak."
  • 18:02 Okay, call me weak.
  • 18:04 "You religious people lean on a crutch."
  • 18:07 You can call me lean-in.
  • 18:10 I want you to call me a believer.
  • 18:13 I want you to call me someone who hears these words and does
  • 18:17 them and never mind me, let's talk about you.
  • 18:24 It's hard to climb into people's worlds because you're
  • 18:27 worlds away.
  • 18:29 I'm just speaking to cameras.
  • 18:30 But the question is, is God speaking to you?
  • 18:34 There's a whole series here on deliverance and this
  • 18:36 is the capstone on that series.
  • 18:39 Twelve programs, three biblical moments each, trying to look
  • 18:44 at deliverance from Abraham all the way to Yeshua.
  • 18:48 There's a beautiful tapestry, it makes for a gorgeous
  • 18:50 Oriental rug.
  • 18:52 You know, you can go into a home and there's a beautiful carpet.
  • 18:55 People go, "Wow, it's great to sit on that."
  • 18:57 Well, if you look at the story of salvation in the Bible,
  • 19:00 great, it's great to rest on that.
  • 19:02 It really is.
  • 19:04 It's a wonderful story about renewal, regeneration,
  • 19:08 individuals receiving a new constitution, and not just new
  • 19:13 ways of thinking, and not just new ways of being, but there's
  • 19:18 empowerment to walk in the new way.
  • 19:23 When he says, "He who hears these words of mine and does
  • 19:27 them," there is a kind of intentionality in all of that,
  • 19:31 to be sure.
  • 19:32 But through the agency of the Holy Spirit whom he sends to
  • 19:35 those who reach up to him and ask for forgiveness, he enables
  • 19:38 us to have the power to live it out and he graces us with the
  • 19:42 forgiveness when we don't.
  • 19:47 "Zola Levitt Presents" really isn't presenting Zola Levitt.
  • 19:51 Zola Levitt lived and ran and held a torch in his generation.
  • 19:55 It's my job and our job who teach here to carry the torch in
  • 19:59 our generation and it's your job and your way is to carry
  • 20:03 the torch in yours.
  • 20:05 May it be that salvation has come to your house.
  • 20:11 As I put a wrap on this series of "Deliverance," my prayer is
  • 20:15 that you have experienced it.
  • 20:19 I know there's a great new life on the other side of the
  • 20:22 sinner's prayer.
  • 20:24 When we come to him earnestly and honestly and say, "Lord,
  • 20:27 forgive me for my sins, it's my bad, I own it.
  • 20:31 Forgive me.
  • 20:33 Help me with it," and we turn and we walk in the newness of
  • 20:37 life toward the one who we know, in fact, is the ultimate
  • 20:41 deliverance.
  • 20:46 David: Well, it's all about the ultimate deliverer, Yeshua.
  • 20:49 We love that name.
  • 20:50 He lives in our hearts.
  • 20:52 And we're so glad he lives in your heart too.
  • 20:55 Jeffrey: Yeah, how does he take up residency?
  • 20:56 Kirsten: Oh, that's good.
  • 20:58 You have to give him your all.
  • 21:02 I mean, he desires that--I love how you picked the name
  • 21:04 "Deliverer" and "Deliverance," 'cause there's so much that we
  • 21:08 need to be delivered from and only one person can do that and
  • 21:13 his name is--we know him as Jesus.
  • 21:15 Hebrew is Yeshua.
  • 21:17 Only one person that ever walked this earth can take all of that
  • 21:20 from us.
  • 21:22 Only one person that walked this earth can change your life.
  • 21:25 This Jewish guy walking the streets in Pennsylvania and
  • 21:27 someone goes, "Hey, have you read this?"
  • 21:29 It wasn't the words.
  • 21:31 It was him that wanted to make your life different and come in
  • 21:35 and breathe new life to you.
  • 21:37 Jeffrey: Yes, and he does it special whether we tell the
  • 21:39 story on television or whether we tell it to our kin in our
  • 21:43 webs of relationships.
  • 21:45 It's great to tell the story of the divine deliverer, be it on
  • 21:48 TV or in a living room or in a church, correct?
  • 21:51 David: We have to know that either on a mountaintop
  • 21:54 experience in our lives, which we have right now, or maybe
  • 21:58 you're in a deep valley to not give up and know that he cares
  • 22:02 so much for you and your family.
  • 22:04 He loves you with his whole heart.
  • 22:07 Jeffrey: People, when they're beset by abysmal circumstances,
  • 22:12 really have trouble believing that, don't they?
  • 22:14 People abandon 'em, they think God's abandoned 'em.
  • 22:18 They're just all alone in a really dark place.
  • 22:21 It's my hope, it's our hope, that a little sunshine shines
  • 22:29 into your life, you see a little ray of hope.
  • 22:33 Truth be known, divine deliverance isn't a television
  • 22:37 program per se, though this one comes to you with that title.
  • 22:42 It's a job description of the greatest Jew who ever lived,
  • 22:47 that is Jesus.
  • 22:49 He wants to do something great for you.
  • 22:52 Kirsten: And I don't know how you turned this program on
  • 22:55 today, whether you're watching it on TV or on your computer and
  • 22:58 somehow got to "Zola Levitt Presents."
  • 23:01 I don't believe it's by accident.
  • 23:02 The three of us don't believe it's by accident.
  • 23:04 Perhaps you're in a place where you are looking for someone to
  • 23:08 deliver you from everything that's in your life right now.
  • 23:11 We're here to tell you it's real.
  • 23:14 We're not just like putting on a TV show.
  • 23:17 If it was a show, we wouldn't be here.
  • 23:19 This is a program about truth and deliverance and it is real
  • 23:24 as this desk.
  • 23:25 Jeffrey: David, she said "everything."
  • 23:27 What are some of those things with "every"?
  • 23:29 Can God deliver us from financial straits?
  • 23:31 David: Yes, he has us.
  • 23:33 Jeffrey: Sickness?
  • 23:34 David: Yes, we believe that.
  • 23:35 Jeffrey: A guilty conscience?
  • 23:37 Kirsten: Oh, that's good.
  • 23:38 Jeffrey: It's all there, isn't it?
  • 23:40 David: That's right. You speak truth today, amen.
  • 23:42 Thank you, Dr. Seif. We will be right back.
  • 23:46 ♪♪♪
  • 24:19 Kirsten: We're coming to you as two parents of a young man
  • 24:21 that lives in Jerusalem in the Holy Land and he has never once
  • 24:25 in three years of living there felt unsafe.
  • 24:28 Has he?
  • 24:29 David: And we've never felt that for him, either.
  • 24:31 Kirsten: Not one moment or us being there.
  • 24:33 So please, don't be afraid to go to the Holy Land.
  • 24:35 Those are wrong voices and words you're hearing.
  • 24:38 Listen to God's voice. He's beckoning you to come.
  • 24:40 Levitt.com, check our tours out.
  • 24:42 David: Right now, let's go to a song by our founder,
  • 24:44 Zola Levitt.
  • 24:46 ♪♪♪
  • 24:56 ♪ Father, Father, take this sheep. ♪
  • 25:00 ♪ Take one more unworthy sheep. ♪
  • 25:04 ♪ In my heart thy word I keep. ♪
  • 25:08 ♪ Father, take this sheep. ♪
  • 25:26 ♪ For I long to see the kingdom come ♪
  • 25:30 ♪ and in praise and prayers I sing. ♪
  • 25:34 ♪ And my life is yours 'til the end of time ♪
  • 25:38 ♪ for the service of the King. ♪
  • 25:55 ♪ Father, Father, take this sheep. ♪
  • 25:58 ♪ Take one more unworthy sheep. ♪
  • 26:03 ♪ In my heart thy word I keep. ♪
  • 26:07 ♪ Father, take this sheep. ♪
  • 26:11 ♪ Father, take this sheep. ♪♪
  • 26:32 Jeffrey: This is the end of a program.
  • 26:34 It's the end of a series.
  • 26:36 It's my hope, it's our hope, that this end be a brand new
  • 26:40 start for you.
  • 26:42 Go back and look at the series.
  • 26:45 If you haven't seen all the programs in this series, check
  • 26:49 the different ones out.
  • 26:50 It's all about good news for you.
  • 26:53 Kirsten: We've enjoyed doing this with you.
  • 26:55 Thank you for the insight and your teaching and wisdom,
  • 26:57 and it's a treat.
  • 26:58 David: And for you, just to know that Yeshua loves you with
  • 27:00 all of his heart.
  • 27:02 He cares about you, he loves the times of your mountaintop
  • 27:05 experience and even in the valley.
  • 27:08 He's with you. He's with us.
  • 27:10 Jeffrey: He's there in the valley.
  • 27:11 Thank you for going with us and, as you go now,
  • 27:14 shaalu shalom Yerushalayim.
  • 27:17 David: Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
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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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