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Episode: “Joseph”
Israel’s sons experienced tension and betrayal before receiving redemption and deliverance from famine and drought. It is important that all people discover their Deliverer.
Series: “Divine Deliverance (2020)”
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 (2020): “Joseph” (4/11)

  • 00:03 ♪♪♪ male announcer: Welcome to "Our Jewish Roots"
  • 00:05 with insightful Bible teaching by Dr. Jeffrey Seif.
  • 00:08 In this program, a favorite son sold as a slave became the son
  • 00:12 who saved his family.
  • 00:14 Our focus is on Joseph today on "Divine Deliverance."
  • 00:19 ♪♪♪
  • 00:21 male announcer: From the beginning, our Creator revealed
  • 00:24 his will to the common man.
  • 00:26 Individuals listened to his call and responded in obedience,
  • 00:32 from the first Hebrew Avraham to the culmination of salvation
  • 00:36 in Messiah himself.
  • 00:39 The Lord faithfully intervenes with his "Divine Deliverance."
  • 00:46 ♪♪♪
  • 00:54 David: Thank you for joining us today.
  • 00:56 I am David Hart.
  • 00:57 Kirsten Hart: I'm Kirsten Hart.
  • 01:00 Jeffrey Seif: And I am Jeffrey Seif.
  • 01:02 And we are in for a treat.
  • 01:03 Joseph, wow, what a story.
  • 01:06 Kirsten: This is horrible.
  • 01:08 The words that come into my head are "Drama, drama, drama."
  • 01:10 There's a lot.
  • 01:12 Jeffrey: He was betrayed, you know.
  • 01:13 Sometimes we look for much and it seems to come to little.
  • 01:15 I mean, he deteriorated but then rebounded greatly, wow.
  • 01:18 David: A treat sounds kind of good but I think he had kind of
  • 01:21 a roller-coaster life, not always kind of a treat as you
  • 01:24 just said.
  • 01:26 Jeffrey: Yeah, yeah, well, to the point, yes.
  • 01:28 Up and down, and life's like that and God's in that and
  • 01:31 leads us through that to something better than the down.
  • 01:34 It's great to see Joseph on the upside, yes.
  • 01:36 Kirsten: And we will see at the end of his story how he was a
  • 01:39 deliverer for so many.
  • 01:41 Jeffrey: Yes, and we'll see how God is a deliverer for so many
  • 01:43 even today.
  • 01:45 David: That's right.
  • 01:47 Right now, let's go to our dramatic reenactment where we
  • 01:49 meet the favored dreamer, Joseph.
  • 01:51 ♪♪♪
  • 01:55 announcer: This is the story of Joseph, the son of Jacob.
  • 01:59 As a young man, Joseph tended sheep along with his
  • 02:01 half-brothers in the land of Canaan.
  • 02:05 This sweeping vista now belonged to his father.
  • 02:10 His great grandfather, Abraham, had once sojourned here across
  • 02:15 the very same land.
  • 02:18 Joseph was a favorite son of his father because he was among the
  • 02:22 youngest of the brothers, and Joseph's brothers despised him
  • 02:28 for he wore a handsome coat affectionately made for him
  • 02:32 by his loving father.
  • 02:33 ♪♪♪
  • 02:40 announcer: Clearly, Joseph's dreams had set his brothers
  • 02:42 on edge.
  • 02:44 It was bad enough, they thought, that he was their father's
  • 02:48 favorite son.
  • 02:50 Now he had delusions of grandeur.
  • 02:54 [speaking in a foreign language]
  • 02:56 ♪♪♪
  • 02:59 [speaking in a foreign language]
  • 03:04 ♪♪♪
  • 03:21 [speaking in a foreign language]
  • 03:35 announcer: And so it was that Joseph was sold to a group
  • 03:37 of Ishmaelite traders for 20 pieces of silver.
  • 03:43 Joseph was bound for Egypt while his brothers reveled
  • 03:47 in the notion they would never see him again.
  • 03:51 ♪♪♪
  • 04:14 Jeffrey: Personally, I think the robe was just the tip
  • 04:17 of the iceberg.
  • 04:19 There were tensions going on for years and the robe thing just
  • 04:21 pushed it over.
  • 04:24 You know something about the story, I trust.
  • 04:27 I wanna talk about the gory, that is, look at some of the
  • 04:29 details that aren't happy to see but they're there.
  • 04:32 We know that these tensions exist in the world.
  • 04:36 Do they exist in the Word?
  • 04:39 The answer is yes, so, and the story's told.
  • 04:42 Well, we saw the story in the previous program where Yaakov,
  • 04:45 Jacob, is sent out with a blessing and he goes and, as you
  • 04:50 fill in the blanks, he's blessed, he's married, and
  • 04:53 develops a family in Paddam Aram up there in Syria.
  • 04:57 But then he comes home and there's tensions among the boys.
  • 05:02 Jacob has an experience with God but the boys are wild
  • 05:05 and woolly.
  • 05:07 Now, when you look in the 37th chapter and I'm just zooming in
  • 05:09 right there, we're told in chapter 37, verse 3,
  • 05:13 "[speaking in a foreign language], Israel loved
  • 05:18 Joseph more than his brothers."
  • 05:23 Now, I question that at one level.
  • 05:24 I relate to this at one level.
  • 05:27 Now, first of all, my Hebrew name is Yosef which is Joseph
  • 05:31 and my father's Hebrew name is Yaakov, Jacob.
  • 05:36 His English name was Jack, so I've known this story for years.
  • 05:41 What is it that set in motion this kind of dysfunction and
  • 05:46 tension that would cause these boys, not just to betray
  • 05:51 their father.
  • 05:53 They're gonna lie to their father and Jacob knows something
  • 05:55 about that, doesn't he?
  • 05:57 If you don't recall it, just go back to the previous program.
  • 05:59 Jacob had his youthful missteps.
  • 06:05 These boys, as well, will lie to their father and give up their
  • 06:08 brother as dead.
  • 06:12 I wanna speak to you for a moment about family dysfunction.
  • 06:16 Before we get out of this program, you're gonna see how
  • 06:18 the family is reunited.
  • 06:21 So there's good news from ancient Jews.
  • 06:23 There's a way that God brings them back together again and
  • 06:26 it's good news because it's a redemptive story, it's a story
  • 06:29 about deliverance.
  • 06:31 I wanna put the pause on that for a second, just to raise the
  • 06:34 question with you: In your own family systems, are you dealing
  • 06:37 with a betrayal, disappointment, intrigue, brothers against
  • 06:42 brothers, children against parents?
  • 06:47 It is so very ubiquitous.
  • 06:50 And it's promised.
  • 06:53 Yeshua says, it's noted in the Gospels that on account of the
  • 06:55 gospel individual families will go awry because of the testimony
  • 07:00 of Yeshua.
  • 07:02 My wife and I, faring from a Jewish background, have seen
  • 07:05 displeasure in our family systems because of decisions
  • 07:08 that we've made.
  • 07:11 It didn't resolve in this kind of tension but certainly there
  • 07:13 were disappointments.
  • 07:15 If you're dealing with disappointment in your family,
  • 07:18 if you're dealing with betrayal--there's a continuum
  • 07:20 where people just disappoint people and then there's out and
  • 07:23 outright betrayal.
  • 07:25 These brothers gave up Joey for dead, really.
  • 07:28 They just sent him off into slavery.
  • 07:31 They wanted to finish him off for all intents and purposes.
  • 07:34 But God brought it back to life.
  • 07:37 It didn't happen right away, but it happened.
  • 07:41 At the outset, I wanna let you know that what happened in this
  • 07:43 Word can similarly happen in your world.
  • 07:49 Stay with us as we consider the story of Joseph and his
  • 07:53 reconciliation with his brothers.
  • 07:58 ♪♪♪
  • 08:16 [speaking in a foreign language]
  • 08:34 ♪♪♪
  • 08:55 Jeffrey: His brothers threw him under the bus.
  • 08:59 We looked at that.
  • 09:01 He was given up for dead, sold into slavery, eretz Mitzrayim,
  • 09:04 in the land of Egypt.
  • 09:06 He didn't have a friend, he didn't know a soul, but there
  • 09:09 was someone who knew his soul.
  • 09:11 And Yosef, they say whatever doesn't kill you makes you
  • 09:13 stronger, if it doesn't make you bitter, it'll make you better,
  • 09:16 and Joseph just showed himself to have a different kind
  • 09:18 of constitution.
  • 09:20 And he is the kind of fellow, he arises even in
  • 09:23 adversarial circumstances.
  • 09:26 Fascinating to me here is that he, in effect, was promoted.
  • 09:32 It says in Hebrew, and I'm looking in chapter 41, verse 39,
  • 09:37 [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 09:41 which translates [speaking in Hebrew]
  • 09:44 The king says, 'You will be over all my house.'"
  • 09:51 This isn't just a promotion.
  • 09:53 You know, it feels great to get a promotion.
  • 09:55 I know when I get promoted it feels better than when I get
  • 09:57 demoted, how about that?
  • 09:59 We all get a little bit of both.
  • 10:01 But to be able to land a good job, I mean, resonates with
  • 10:04 a male, certainly, with a female I'd imagine, but this is
  • 10:08 more than just a promotion.
  • 10:10 It is providence.
  • 10:12 And it's not just a picture for these pages.
  • 10:15 Here in considering deliverance, we're looking at a picture for
  • 10:18 the ages.
  • 10:21 Why do I say that?
  • 10:23 Think of this for a moment.
  • 10:25 Rejected by your brothers, given up for dead for all intents
  • 10:31 and purposes, finding a welcome in the house of the Gentiles,
  • 10:37 and there arising and then eventually being reunited with
  • 10:43 your brothers who, at first, aren't going to recognize you
  • 10:47 and then they will.
  • 10:49 Now, that's a story to come but I think you get the gist
  • 10:51 and I think you get the drift.
  • 10:53 And I hope you get the connection because when we're
  • 10:56 looking at deliverance, here in the Old Testament, we're seeing
  • 11:04 a prophetic picture of deliverance in the
  • 11:08 New Testament.
  • 11:10 Pray tell, let's think for a minute.
  • 11:12 Someone who was rejected by his brothers.
  • 11:16 They didn't quite get him.
  • 11:18 They were antagonistic toward him.
  • 11:19 Not all of them, but it happened.
  • 11:22 So he is carted off, if you will, but he emerges even
  • 11:25 against all odds and is going to be recognized by the Gentiles
  • 11:32 and he's going to arise and have power and then eventually he is
  • 11:37 going to be reconnected with his brothers.
  • 11:40 Oh, and by the way, this fellow in the New Testament is the
  • 11:44 Savior of the world.
  • 11:47 This fellow is the savior of the world in this Word.
  • 11:54 What's the point?
  • 11:56 What's the application?
  • 11:58 I've already given a Christological application, that
  • 12:00 is, I've directed your attention to the story of Jesus and I
  • 12:04 think it's an appropriate read, and I'll develop that a
  • 12:06 little more.
  • 12:09 But you might be at a place in your own life where you're
  • 12:11 experiencing disappointment, rejection.
  • 12:14 You've been thrown under the bus and you're wondering, "My God,
  • 12:17 my God, why has thou forsaken me?"
  • 12:20 Don't give up the ghost.
  • 12:24 We've seen already, if you've followed the series.
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  • 12:36 But I'm not looking to make a buck now, I'm looking to make
  • 12:38 a point.
  • 12:40 When you look in the biblical text, you'll see time and time
  • 12:42 again, even in dysfunctional families, God turns it around
  • 12:46 for his glory.
  • 12:48 It looks a little gory, but I know someone that can turn it
  • 12:50 into glory and I want you to know him too.
  • 12:54 ♪♪♪
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  • 14:00 David: Right now, let's go back to our drama
  • 14:02 with Joseph's emotional reunion with his brothers.
  • 14:09 announcer: Joseph is overcome.
  • 14:11 He orders his attendants to leave.
  • 14:14 Tears fall.
  • 14:17 His aching heart tells him it's over.
  • 14:20 This is Joseph's finest hour.
  • 14:29 [speaking in a foreign language]
  • 15:36 Jeffrey: Ani Yosef translates as "I am Joseph."
  • 15:44 When I look at the clip you just saw, I cry and I'm not a real
  • 15:49 crying kind of guy.
  • 15:52 My wife wishes I would be more in touch with my feelings
  • 15:55 and I really am working at it but I'm more of a type A.
  • 15:58 I don't just emote all that often.
  • 16:02 But not only do I honestly shed a tear when I see it, whenever
  • 16:05 I read the story, I get emotional.
  • 16:09 And I'm not the type.
  • 16:11 And I can't fully explain why and, of course, you're not
  • 16:13 watching TV for me to get off my chest the inner workings of
  • 16:16 my soul.
  • 16:19 I only mention this to say that I find something moving here
  • 16:22 when he who is the Savior reveals himself to his brothers
  • 16:27 who had given up on him who actually disappointed their
  • 16:31 father by pushing their brother away.
  • 16:35 And that means something to me at that level
  • 16:37 and I'll interpret it.
  • 16:39 I'll translate that.
  • 16:41 Maybe the story means something to me as well because my name is
  • 16:43 Yosef but that's overly simplistic.
  • 16:46 No, there's a story of redemption and deliverance here.
  • 16:51 One could argue I'm beating the horse, I already made the point,
  • 16:55 but there's an old saying, "If it's not worth saying 100 times,
  • 16:58 it's not worth saying once."
  • 17:01 Not only does it interest me here when the deliverer shows
  • 17:05 himself to his brothers, not only do I find merit in this
  • 17:10 story, but my own life in ministry is to help my brothers,
  • 17:15 to show them the deliverer.
  • 17:19 I'm not echoing my own sentiments.
  • 17:22 It was a rabbi who came to faith named Paul who said, "My heart's
  • 17:25 desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might come
  • 17:28 to know the Messiah."
  • 17:29 Now, the average Christian today, many could care less.
  • 17:32 That's the God's honest truth.
  • 17:34 Now, I'm not trying to get negative but let's just call an
  • 17:36 ace an ace and a spade a spade, that to actually help advocate
  • 17:39 for Israel's Messiah amongst Israel's people, that has not
  • 17:43 been on the radar in church history, minimally.
  • 17:48 To varying degrees, it's on the radar now.
  • 17:50 Maybe it's gotten to your heart and it resonates with you,
  • 17:53 the story of helping the brothers see the deliverer.
  • 17:58 To do that, I say with our ministry here, Zola in his day
  • 18:02 and me in mine, and all the teachers we have here, it's
  • 18:05 really not a one-man gig, it's all about helping Jesus'
  • 18:08 people--helping Jewish people come to know Jesus and helping
  • 18:11 Jesus' people come to know Jews to the end that they might look
  • 18:15 at him and go, "Oh my goodness, the deliverer in fact is
  • 18:19 my brother."
  • 18:22 People think today that Jesus is somebody else's brother,
  • 18:25 certainly in the Jewish world.
  • 18:27 Jews don't understand that Jesus was a Jew, the apostles were
  • 18:31 Jewish, and even that the story took place in Judea.
  • 18:34 And even if it's intellectually known, still the Christian story
  • 18:38 looks like something that's unfit for Jewish consumption,
  • 18:43 partly, not just because the church lost sight of the Jewish
  • 18:46 roots of their own faith but many, sadly, were anti-Jewish.
  • 18:50 That was then, this is now.
  • 18:53 We represent the tip of a spear.
  • 18:57 The only reason why I'm here right now--I don't have enough
  • 19:00 money in my pocket to pay the rent for air time.
  • 19:03 The reason why I'm here right now is because people care about
  • 19:06 this story and because people care about helping us tell it.
  • 19:11 It's a we thing, it's not a me thing.
  • 19:14 I, in effect, am just an ambassador on your behalf and,
  • 19:17 by the way, this is not a fundraising program.
  • 19:20 That I, in effect, still am an ambassador on your behalf.
  • 19:24 We're looking at the Hebrew Bible.
  • 19:26 We're looking at deliverance.
  • 19:29 And the issue is: Guess who we're talking about.
  • 19:35 I think there's ample testation--attestation to the
  • 19:38 truth that we're talking about Yeshua.
  • 19:41 And I'm so glad that this story is speaking to you.
  • 19:46 David: One of the key words in this whole series that you'll
  • 19:49 hear and see is the word "forgiveness."
  • 19:53 Joseph forgave.
  • 19:56 I think God had something to do with it.
  • 19:58 I don't know if he would have done that on his own,
  • 20:00 but he heard from God.
  • 20:03 Jeffrey: And things do get really trippy in family
  • 20:06 relationships: bad blood, bad history, family members
  • 20:10 sin against each other.
  • 20:13 I mean, it happened thousands of years ago but it happens today
  • 20:16 and you're really right on, spot on there, David.
  • 20:18 Forgiveness is a key.
  • 20:21 David: Right.
  • 20:22 Kirsten: I have to be honest.
  • 20:24 I don't know if I would have been as nice as Joseph.
  • 20:27 I mean, if I had brothers, you know, put me in a pit, sell me
  • 20:29 off, and just forget about me, I don't know if I would have been
  • 20:32 so kind when I saw their faces.
  • 20:35 I mean, he revealed himself to them and he forgave them.
  • 20:40 And you even mentioned that it's an emotional situation.
  • 20:45 I mean, you got all emotional on set, I think.
  • 20:48 Jeffrey: Well, again, I made the point I don't get emotional very
  • 20:50 often, really, or I don't show it but when I come to that point
  • 20:53 in the story, I always do.
  • 20:57 Yeah, it's powerful.
  • 20:58 Kirsten: It's intense.
  • 21:00 David: I know in my life when I have forgiven, there's a healing
  • 21:02 that takes place in my life.
  • 21:04 I don't know if you've experienced any of that.
  • 21:05 Jeffrey: Oh, yes.
  • 21:07 You know, we've had to forgive and forget and put stuff behind.
  • 21:09 Friends, please, we just wanna give you this point so you can
  • 21:13 take it back home.
  • 21:15 David mentioned a key.
  • 21:17 The key is forgiveness.
  • 21:19 That's a key that opens doors in your relationships.
  • 21:21 Maybe there's something kind of bound up in there and you can
  • 21:23 get those chains off of you and reach into the future
  • 21:26 and get that weight gone.
  • 21:28 And it begins with forgiving.
  • 21:30 You might think of someone that you need to forgive and reach
  • 21:32 out to them and do that, yes?
  • 21:34 Kirsten: Something that I've learned in life and I think
  • 21:36 we've walked through together in family situations, is when we
  • 21:39 are holding in that unforgiveness, it's not
  • 21:43 affecting the other person.
  • 21:45 Have you noticed that?
  • 21:46 It doesn't affect them.
  • 21:48 They go on with their lives.
  • 21:50 But it eats us up on the inside.
  • 21:52 And I don't know at what point Joseph released that.
  • 21:54 I mean, he was in prison falsely for years also.
  • 21:57 I mean, that's a whole 'nother aspect of his life, but he got
  • 22:01 to a point where he had to let all of that go.
  • 22:05 And I think he came out better in the end and then, oh my gosh,
  • 22:10 all the Israelites came to live there because of his forgiveness
  • 22:13 of his brothers.
  • 22:15 Jeffrey: You're tapping into something that's really
  • 22:17 powerful, you know?
  • 22:19 He really did suffer at the hands of others.
  • 22:22 He was a victim, but he shows us how a victim can become a
  • 22:25 victor, and I think the forgiveness component, that key
  • 22:29 that, David, that you alighted upon, really is important for
  • 22:34 the Joseph story and important for you and for us.
  • 22:37 It just is.
  • 22:38 David: That's right.
  • 22:40 Kirsten: Our time is too short sometimes, yeah.
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  • 24:15 Jeffrey: Yes, and we're so thankful that you're grafted in.
  • 24:17 You, we, together in the olive tree, Jew and Gentile together.
  • 24:21 A lot of people don't care about that story.
  • 24:23 You do.
  • 24:25 Thank you for helping us to tell that story to others, vis-à-vis
  • 24:28 the miracle that is television.
  • 24:30 Kirsten: And I wanna thank you, we're full of thanks today.
  • 24:33 Thank you for all the teaching that you brought us today.
  • 24:35 It's a good word.
  • 24:37 Forgiveness in families, that's tough.
  • 24:40 Jeffrey: It's important stuff, you know.
  • 24:42 And that lack of forgiveness just chews people up inside.
  • 24:44 Gotta get rid of that.
  • 24:46 David: That's right.
  • 24:47 Great teaching today, thank you.
  • 24:48 Kirsten: Right, more coming next week too.
  • 24:50 David: Yes, we end with a song by our founder, Zola Levitt,
  • 24:52 "Faith in the Fire."
  • 24:53 Jeffrey: And then we end with a word from the Scripture,
  • 24:55 shaalu shalom Yerushalayim.
  • 24:58 Kirsten: Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
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  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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