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Episode: “At Shiloh”
The conquest for the land of Canaan is nearing its end. The Israelites have subdued the south and turn north to put down the last vestiges of resistance. The Tabernacle of the Wilderness comes to rest in Shiloh, where it will stand for over three centuries.
Series: “Joshua”
More than a Conqueror
In this series we examine how Joshua went from a dependable apprentice to the faithful leader of Israel during the conquering of the land of Canaan, a land promised by God to the children of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Many valuable leadership lessons can be learned from Joshua’s story taught by Dr. Jeffrey Seif from corresponding locations in Israel. David and Kirsten Hart discuss the meaning and application with Dr. Seif as we see dramatic reenactments of some of the key moments in Joshua’s life.

Caption transcript for Joshua: “At Shiloh” (7/8)

  • 00:03 male announcer: Welcome to "Our Jewish Roots" with
  • 00:05 insightful Bible teaching from Israel with Dr. Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:10 This week, we see the battle for the land of Canaan nearing
  • 00:14 its end on "Joshua: More Than a Conqueror."
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  • 00:55 David Hart: Welcome to "Our Jewish Roots."
  • 00:57 I'm David Hart.
  • 00:58 Kirsten Hart: I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 01:00 Jeffrey Seif: I am Jeffrey Seif and we are going back
  • 01:03 to a special place at the first: Hazor, a capital, the principal
  • 01:09 area in northern Israel, and a great battle was fought
  • 01:13 and won there with God's help.
  • 01:15 David: So we're in week seven.
  • 01:17 What's next for Joshua?
  • 01:18 Jeffrey: Well, we're carrying on with highlights of
  • 01:21 his ministry, his ups and his downs, and what a battle it was.
  • 01:26 We're finishing in short order.
  • 01:27 We're just going through the highlights of his life.
  • 01:31 Kirsten: As he's conquering. Jeffrey: Yes.
  • 01:32 Kirsten: That Holy Land that God told him to do.
  • 01:34 David: Let's go to northern Israel right now
  • 01:35 for Dr. Seif's teaching.
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  • 01:56 Jeffrey: The southern campaign had gone remarkably
  • 01:58 well, much to the chagrin of the locals.
  • 02:02 So you might recall sometime prior, the Israelites were in
  • 02:05 dread fear because the locals were so tall and they
  • 02:09 felt like grasshoppers.
  • 02:10 But here, the fortunes of wars has shifted.
  • 02:13 The southern federation of Canaanite peoples had been
  • 02:17 decimated and word gets up north and there's trouble
  • 02:21 in River City.
  • 02:23 There's a King Jabin, it's a dynastic name, and he
  • 02:26 will mobilize a federation of northern Canaanite peoples,
  • 02:32 to use that term broadly, and there will be a battle royal.
  • 02:38 Before I show you from the Scripture, let me
  • 02:41 pull out a map.
  • 02:42 It's not your garden variety map.
  • 02:45 It's something that might have been used, akin to what had been
  • 02:48 used by the locals when they fought here many, many,
  • 02:53 many years ago.
  • 02:55 And just to show, if you will, this is the Mediterranean.
  • 02:58 The Romans called it Mare Nostrum.
  • 03:02 I know that I'm getting ahead, called Our Sea.
  • 03:05 And the reason why I mentioned it is that Jabin here at Hazor
  • 03:09 was so famous that ancient documents inform of political
  • 03:14 alliances that he had with the states out into the sea,
  • 03:18 Phoenicians, the Cretans in Cyprus, and he was well
  • 03:23 connected politically, as I noted earlier, with all
  • 03:25 the peoples round about.
  • 03:29 And he is going to mobilize his energies to hold at bay these
  • 03:34 encroaching Israelites that are there with the sense of a divine
  • 03:37 mandate that God has spoken to Moses and directed them onward
  • 03:43 and Joshua is going onward.
  • 03:46 We're going to hear from Amnon Ben-Tor, professor, Hebrew
  • 03:52 University who's going to talk a little bit about Hazor and then
  • 03:56 I wanna talk a little about the tribal area round about and then
  • 04:00 open up the Bible to consider the story.
  • 04:04 Amnon Ben-Tor: We have a huge destruction of
  • 04:06 the Canaanite city.
  • 04:07 Wherever we dig, whether it is under acropolis, whether it is
  • 04:11 in the lower city, the Canaanite period ends with a huge
  • 04:15 destruction, sometimes more than a meter of debris, ashes, wood,
  • 04:22 bricks, fallen bricks, mutilated statues, and the like, which
  • 04:28 indicates first of all, that the disaster was human made.
  • 04:32 It's not a earthquake because no earthquake would mutilate
  • 04:34 the statues in a systematic way.
  • 04:36 So it was manmade and, by now, we can narrow it down to
  • 04:42 about the middle of the 13th century BC.
  • 04:47 If we're talking about biblical sites, Hazor is
  • 04:50 the number one site.
  • 04:51 There is no other which could even get close because if you're
  • 04:55 talking just about the period which we have,
  • 04:57 you want the Canaanites.
  • 04:59 You have them.
  • 05:00 You want the destruction of Joshua.
  • 05:01 You have.
  • 05:03 You want judges. You have.
  • 05:04 You want Solomon. You have.
  • 05:05 You want Jeroboam. You have.
  • 05:08 You want Ahab. You have.
  • 05:09 You want-- You have.
  • 05:11 You can show.
  • 05:12 You can have the debate at Hazor.
  • 05:15 You can show this is the gate which, according to the Bible,
  • 05:18 was built by--in the time of Solomon.
  • 05:21 Now, you tell me it was not, let's argue about it.
  • 05:23 You see what I mean?
  • 05:24 But there--there's no other site which has that many strata
  • 05:29 which are somehow related to the biblical narrative.
  • 05:34 Jeffrey: I have here Hazor in a bolder, darker print, and
  • 05:40 round about in a lighter print, a notation of the tribes who,
  • 05:44 after the conquest of the south and the north and some other
  • 05:49 ancillary battles, eventually are going to go to their
  • 05:52 inheritance and I wanna note that there was an inheritance
  • 05:56 that was given to the people of Israel in this land, an
  • 05:58 inheritance that was yesterday, today, and continues on
  • 06:02 into tomorrow.
  • 06:04 Well, speaking of yesterday, today, and tomorrow, let's open
  • 06:08 up the eternal Word and consider something of what's
  • 06:12 noted therein.
  • 06:14 And where else would I wanna go but to the book of Joshua,
  • 06:18 the 11th chapter.
  • 06:20 It's always nice to see how biblical archeology
  • 06:23 corroborates the biblical text.
  • 06:25 We're going to consider a great war that was fought here in
  • 06:29 Hazor and you can even see the burn marks.
  • 06:32 The biblical testimony is very clear that there was esh, a
  • 06:36 Hebrew word for fire, and it's noted in the bricks,
  • 06:42 it's noted in the mud, even many years later.
  • 06:45 These stones are crying out and saying, "You can trust
  • 06:50 this literature."
  • 06:52 Well, what does the text say?
  • 06:54 In Joshua chapter 11, verse 1: "It came to pass that Jabin king
  • 06:56 of Hazor heard these things."
  • 07:00 Jabin was a dynastic name that had gone on for centuries.
  • 07:04 What things did he hear?
  • 07:06 He heard about the Israelite conquest of the south and he
  • 07:11 was not a happy camper.
  • 07:14 We read on in the literature: he mobilizes peoples round
  • 07:18 about and there is a battle royal that is fought here.
  • 07:24 We're told in verse 10, however, difficulties notwithstanding,
  • 07:28 that Joshua, he was successful in his endeavors and that Hazor
  • 07:33 was struck and the king was struck with the edge of
  • 07:37 the sword, an expression that denotes victory.
  • 07:42 We're told in verse 12: "All the cities of the kings,
  • 07:45 and all their kings, Joshua took and struck."
  • 07:49 Again, a battle royal.
  • 07:52 A battle that went to the Hebrews.
  • 07:56 I want you to look with me please.
  • 07:57 We're told in verse 18 that war went for a long time.
  • 08:01 Not every trial in life goes away just like that.
  • 08:04 Sometimes you have to walk it out.
  • 08:06 But there's a positive end result.
  • 08:08 Go with me please to verse 23.
  • 08:10 We're told that Joshua took the whole land according--now
  • 08:15 this is important to me.
  • 08:16 It's not just a war.
  • 08:18 We're told that it's according to all that the Lord
  • 08:20 had said to Moses.
  • 08:22 There's divine promise in this.
  • 08:25 This is called the Promised Land because from on
  • 08:28 high it's commended.
  • 08:29 A certain place is commended to a certain people.
  • 08:32 We're told because the Lord said to Moses, "And Joshua gave it as
  • 08:37 an inheritance to Israel according to their divisions."
  • 08:43 What do we note from the biblical text?
  • 08:46 We note that there was a battle, a battle royal that raged.
  • 08:50 And we know that it went to Israel.
  • 08:53 And it wasn't just the good fortunes of war but rather it's
  • 08:55 God himself leading a particular people to a particular place
  • 08:59 to accomplish his particular purposes.
  • 09:18 announcer: Our resource this week: the series, "Joshua:
  • 09:20 More Than a Conqueror," on DVD.
  • 09:23 This eight-program series reveals how Joshua went from spy
  • 09:26 to Moses's apprentice and then became the faithful leader
  • 09:30 of the Israelites during the conquest of the land of Canaan.
  • 09:34 With dramatic reenactments, Bible teaching from Dr. Seif,
  • 09:37 insight from Chaim Malespin, music, and much more.
  • 09:41 Contact us and ask for your copy of the DVD series,
  • 09:45 "Joshua: More Than a Conqueror."
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  • 10:19 David: On our last tour to Israel and to Petra and
  • 10:22 to Greece, we've made so many wonderful new friends.
  • 10:25 We had two busloads of folks on our tour and we have pictures,
  • 10:30 even, to show you on Facebook.
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  • 10:33 Kirsten: Whatever we post, we love to post pictures of us
  • 10:35 in Israel with our tours and actually people are surprised
  • 10:39 when they see some of our pictures because part of Israel
  • 10:42 is extremely lush and green, especially up north.
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  • 11:03 David: Right now, let's go back to Israel where Joshua
  • 11:05 is distributing land to the 12 tribes.
  • 11:13 Joshua: Canaan has proven to be everything
  • 11:14 promised by Adonai.
  • 11:17 Just as lush as it was when Moses sent Caleb and me
  • 11:21 to scout the land.
  • 11:24 And now the time has come to partition the land
  • 11:27 to the tribes of our people.
  • 11:30 Eleazar the priest joins me on this hallowed occasion.
  • 11:36 Just as we've done in Gilgal, we have gathered in Shiloh
  • 11:40 to cast lots for the land that the Lord has given us.
  • 11:46 Eleazar: We do so to confirm what Adonai said in ages past
  • 11:48 to Jacob and then to Moses.
  • 11:51 It will not be Joshua nor I who will decide.
  • 11:55 It will be the Lord God of Israel.
  • 11:58 Joshua: You've surveyed the land.
  • 12:01 You know it well.
  • 12:03 We've gathered in Shiloh to cast lots for Judah, Ephraim,
  • 12:08 and the half tribe of Manasseh.
  • 12:11 They have already received their portions this side
  • 12:13 of the Jordan.
  • 12:15 Eleazar: Gad, Reuben, and the half tribe of Manasseh have
  • 12:19 acquired their portions over the Jordan to the east
  • 12:22 as was pledged by Moses.
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  • 12:35 Eleazar: Benjamin.
  • 12:36 Joshua: The land between Judah and Ephraim.
  • 12:45 Eleazar: Simeon.
  • 12:47 Joshua: The land within Judah, with the cities
  • 12:51 and villages encircling Bathsheba.
  • 13:01 Eleazar: Zebulun.
  • 13:04 Joshua: The land as far as Sarid, then to the north
  • 13:07 to the valley of Jiphthah El.
  • 13:14 Eleazar: Issachar.
  • 13:16 Joshua: The land from Jezreel, reaching to Tabor.
  • 13:24 Eleazar: Asher.
  • 13:29 Joshua: The land from Mount Carmel to the city of Tyre.
  • 13:37 Eleazar: Naphtali.
  • 13:40 Joshua: The land from the terebinth tree in Zaanannim to
  • 13:44 the Jordan and the Chinnereth.
  • 13:54 Eleazar: And Dan.
  • 13:56 Joshua: The land from Zorah to Joppa.
  • 14:09 Eleazar: And to you, Joshua, son of Nun, we give Timnath
  • 14:15 Serah in the hill country of Ephraim, just as you requested.
  • 14:25 Jeffrey: It was a dream come true.
  • 14:27 His mission complete, Joshua would spend the last few years
  • 14:30 of his life in the green heartland of Israel within the
  • 14:33 boundaries given to his tribe, Ephraim.
  • 14:38 We've come here to Shiloh many times before as it is
  • 14:42 such an important biblical site.
  • 14:44 And this time especially, because it's central to
  • 14:47 the very land allotted to Joshua.
  • 14:51 It happened that the Lord blessed the land with rain on
  • 14:53 our visit so we found shelter within some ancient ruins
  • 14:57 while outside, it poured.
  • 15:03 Jeffrey: Everyone in Israel prays for rain and I'm good with
  • 15:07 that but I say, "Lord, why today here in Shiloh where we
  • 15:12 have a special TV program?"
  • 15:14 It is special but, you know what?
  • 15:17 So is rain.
  • 15:18 If there wasn't rain we wouldn't have any of these
  • 15:21 goodies right here.
  • 15:23 We wouldn't have 'em today and they surely wouldn't have had
  • 15:26 them yesterday, they were all farmers and they relied
  • 15:30 on the produce of the earth.
  • 15:33 In fact, "mayim," the word for water, is related to the word
  • 15:37 "shamayim" or heavens.
  • 15:39 The point is you look at the rain, this outpouring,
  • 15:43 as blessings.
  • 15:44 Even in biblical literature we talk about the outpouring of
  • 15:47 the Holy Spirit, "Lord, pour out your blessings,"
  • 15:51 and it's water language.
  • 15:52 And it harks to this agrarian language.
  • 15:56 Well, we're in the thick of it here in Shiloh, a fascinating
  • 16:01 place today, and an important place yesterday in Joshua's day.
  • 16:06 We're told, in fact, in the 18th chapter that when the battles
  • 16:11 had run their course, Joshua led the Israelites and they knocked
  • 16:16 out the backbone of the local Canaanite resistance.
  • 16:22 And now it's time to divide up the tribes.
  • 16:26 They get their parcels of real estate, their inheritances.
  • 16:29 We're told in the 18th chapter: "[speaking Hebrew]
  • 16:37 And that the whole congregation of the children of Israel
  • 16:42 assembled themselves together at Shiloh.
  • 16:45 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 16:50 And they gathered themselves,
  • 16:52 they assembled themselves, at the tent of meeting."
  • 16:55 And this is where it was, you know?
  • 16:57 In fact, before Jerusalem became the religious center, it was
  • 17:01 Shiloh for hundreds and hundreds of years and it all starts here.
  • 17:06 And the reason why they gather here is that when they're
  • 17:09 looking to carve out the land, we want the good Lord to lead in
  • 17:14 the apportionment 'cause, you know, people get jealous.
  • 17:17 "Well, so and so got better than me, this and that," and we're
  • 17:20 looking for God's hand even in setting up things like that.
  • 17:24 Thus, land was divvied out by lot.
  • 17:28 There's a sense in which let providence, let good fortune,
  • 17:31 decide who gets what.
  • 17:33 And that's how the game was played.
  • 17:35 We're told in verse 10, specifically, to read
  • 17:39 here in the Hebrew,
  • 17:41 "[speaking Hebrew]
  • 17:46 And Joshua," we're told, "cast lots for them at Shiloh,
  • 17:52 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 17:55 before the face of the Lord, before the Lord.
  • 17:57 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 18:02 And with that then, Joshua divided up the land
  • 18:07 [speaking Hebrew]
  • 18:11 to the children of Israel by their tribes,
  • 18:15 by their divisions."
  • 18:17 And so it is, as I'd said, when it came to dividing up the land,
  • 18:20 it was determined by providence, not by, you know, jockeying
  • 18:26 for position, who gets this real estate, who gets that.
  • 18:29 Well, this is a story from yesterday.
  • 18:32 It really begs the question, "What does it mean today?"
  • 18:37 And it's worth spending some time on that because there's
  • 18:40 a difference in the way the respective two testaments
  • 18:43 are oriented.
  • 18:45 I say that because in the New Testament Christians are
  • 18:48 promised that our commonwealth is in heaven and the good Lord
  • 18:53 in the 14th chapter of the Gospel of John said, "I go there
  • 18:56 to prepare a place for you."
  • 18:59 So for the Christian, the principal inheritance is on
  • 19:03 the other side of the grave.
  • 19:06 For the Hebrew, the principal inheritance is here,
  • 19:10 and here it's divided up.
  • 19:12 And many Christians have trouble with the territorial dimension
  • 19:17 to Old Testament religion.
  • 19:19 That is to say, it's tethered to real estate,
  • 19:23 it's tethered to land.
  • 19:24 Even when you observe that, and I hope you see it's clearly--I
  • 19:28 hope you see it clearly because for my money it is clearly to be
  • 19:32 observed, but even when you see it clearly in the literature,
  • 19:36 you read about it back then, it really begs the question,
  • 19:39 "How can someone bring this forward and apply it to today?"
  • 19:44 In other words, what is the story for the ancient Jew have
  • 19:47 to do with you and it's a reasonable story, to my
  • 19:50 way of thinking.
  • 19:52 Does the notion of a defined inheritance only relate to them
  • 19:56 then with a heavenly bound inheritance for us today?
  • 20:02 Or can the believer in Jesus think in terms of an inheritance
  • 20:06 for today?
  • 20:07 Well, by way of application let me commend this to you.
  • 20:10 If you were a farmer in ancient Israel, the fact that you had
  • 20:15 land apportionment meant that you had a place to ply a trade
  • 20:19 and enjoy good success in response to your labors.
  • 20:24 Those of us that aren't agrarian still have to go out in the
  • 20:28 world and we want the Lord to lead us to good success
  • 20:30 in our respective vocations.
  • 20:34 The word "vocation" comes from the Latin vocatio; we get the
  • 20:37 word "voice" from that and it harks to when someone looks
  • 20:41 inside they feel the Lord's beckoning them to be an auto
  • 20:44 mechanic, a doctor, a nurse, a police officer, a housewife,
  • 20:47 whatever it is.
  • 20:49 Whatever you feel that inkling toward, whatever the Lord leads
  • 20:52 you to do, you wanna find good success in the doing.
  • 20:56 And to that end, that story in our world relates to the story
  • 21:02 in this world right here, whether it's the fruits here,
  • 21:07 whether it's the instruction here, whether it's the life that
  • 21:10 you're living there on the other side of that lens in your living
  • 21:13 room, can God lead you to a place where you can make a
  • 21:18 difference and carve out some space for yourself in life
  • 21:21 to enjoy good success in life?
  • 21:24 I think, friends, the answer to that question in no
  • 21:28 uncertain terms is yes.
  • 21:33 There's a good God.
  • 21:34 In fact, in the New Testament Jesus says that he'll lead us.
  • 21:37 He's a shepherd who leads us to pasture and we hear his
  • 21:40 voice behind us saying, "This is the way.
  • 21:44 Walk in it."
  • 21:45 Friends, walk with God and you, like the Jew back then,
  • 21:50 you today can find your place in your Promised Land and you too,
  • 21:58 like Joshua, can be more than a conqueror.
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  • 23:49 David: We always enjoy bringing you music from
  • 23:50 our founder, Zola Levitt.
  • 23:51 Kirsten: We also enjoy showing you how beautiful Israel
  • 23:53 is but it also could be very rainy as you found out shooting
  • 23:59 at Shiloh this last time.
  • 24:00 Jeffrey: But I enjoyed the fact we had a roof over our head
  • 24:02 when we did that segment.
  • 24:04 David: I have a question: Shiloh or Shiloh?
  • 24:06 Jeffrey: Ah, whatever.
  • 24:08 Shiloh, Hebrew, Shiloh is the norm these days but, you know,
  • 24:11 what a place.
  • 24:13 I mean, that was the capital, the spiritual center, the
  • 24:16 spiritual nexus of Israel long ago before Jerusalem,
  • 24:21 before what's behind us here.
  • 24:22 Kirsten: I was gonna say it's fantastic that on our tours
  • 24:24 we're actually able to take everyone that goes on
  • 24:27 a Zola tour to that spot.
  • 24:28 It's one of our favorites.
  • 24:30 David: And it's like you can feel what happened
  • 24:32 back in the day.
  • 24:33 We sing at that spot.
  • 24:36 I remember we sang,
  • 24:38 ♪ We are standing on holy ground. ♪
  • 24:40 It was amazing for us to be able to do that.
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  • 25:58 Jeffrey: Well, you're kind to say that.
  • 26:00 I give a talk.
  • 26:01 I don't wanna correct on air, I don't correct my wife,
  • 26:03 I don't wanna correct yours.
  • 26:05 You're the ones that bring us there.
  • 26:07 That, at the end of the day, the reason why this goes out is
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  • 26:14 You're glad to use yours.
  • 26:17 They're glad to use theirs.
  • 26:19 Together, we're able to advance the kingdom.
  • 26:21 Kirsten: Well, we do appreciate your rich insight
  • 26:24 and teaching us why it's vitally important that we go in that
  • 26:29 Old Testament and learn so much, especially from Joshua.
  • 26:33 Jeffrey: Well, I appreciate that you're super-gracious.
  • 26:35 I mean that sincerely.
  • 26:37 Kirsten: Well, thank you.
  • 26:38 David: Can you tie it all together today about Joshua,
  • 26:40 what he's been through so far in the series?
  • 26:42 Jeffrey: He's been through hell on his way to heaven,
  • 26:44 to put it bluntly.
  • 26:45 There's battles to be fought and he got his game face on, his
  • 26:49 faith up, and he rolled the dice against an uncertain future
  • 26:52 and won at the end of the day.
  • 26:54 And he's able to go to his reward inasmuch
  • 26:57 as we go to our reward.
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Episodes in this series

  1. At Sinai
  2. The Spy
  3. At the Jordan
  4. At Jericho
  5. At Ai
  6. The Gibeonites
  7. At Shiloh
  8. At the End

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