What We Believe Zola Levitt Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization guided by the standard of Romans 1:16 — “To the Jew first and also to the Gentile.” We hold to a strictly literal and inerrant Bible interpretation, salvation through Christ alone, a soon pre-tribulation Rapture of all believers and the establishment of a thousand-year kingdom on Earth. The evangelism of the unbelievers and the exhortation of the believers take precedence over all other activities of this ministry. What We Do Founded in 1979, we are principally a teaching and evangelistic association. Our national television program, Zola Levitt Presents, airs on nearly a hundred independent stations and teaches the Bible with an emphasis on Israel, prophecy, and the Jewish roots of Christianity. Our free monthly Levitt Letter newsletter users gives a concise Biblical perspective with updates on recent events in Israel. The Levitt Letter is mailed to almost 40,000 households and 9,200 online per monthly. Our Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies correspondence course teaches the Jewish roots of the Christian faith to more than 3,000 currently-enrolled students. Our online store carries a large number of teaching materials. We offer several tours each year to Israel, Greece and locations in the U.S. We offer speakers for churches, civic groups, university conferences and the like to speak on the subject of the Holy Land, End-times Prophecy, and general bible discussions. Zola Levitt Ministries has sent hundreds of books to the Holy Land and planted thousands of trees throughout Israel.

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Paul's arrest, his transport to a Caesaren prison, and his appeal to Rome where is eventually sent for trial.

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Continues with Paul's missionary trips and ends with his apparently ill-fated trek to Jerusalem.

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Paul's apostolic launch, noting his first missionary journey and follow-up trip to Jerusalem to sort out the angst that developed in the wake of his message to non-Jews.

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Paul's movements in Jerusalem, Tarsus, and Cilicia and his "Famine Relief" visit to Jerusalem

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Myles and Katharine Weiss guide us on Naomi and Ruth's journey from Moab to Israel.

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Naomi makes a dramatic move that defies cultural norms and sends Ruth to Boaz's threshing floor.

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Dr. Jeffrey Seif speaks from a Jewish synangogue/memorial in Dachau, where he draws troubling parallels between the rise of the Nazis and the rise of the radical Islam.

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Ruth and Boaz get married and raise a family. Naomi's life was changed from tragedy and bitterness to one of restoration and hope.

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Naomi and Ruth arrival in Bethlehem at harvest time. The romance between Boaz and Ruth begins to blossom.

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On location in Beersheba, we discuss how the God who cares for His people in every generation visited Isaac in Beersheba, and confirmed His unwavering intention to give the Land

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We consider how David captured the heart of Israel, his selection by Samuel, and the amazing battle with Goliath that catapulted him to renown.

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This series opener discusses Satan's emergence and God's plan to crush him when Satan arises to rule the world at the dusk of human history.

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Even though Israel's opponents have been many and fearsome, the Lord has sustained Israel these many centuries.

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Jeff speaks from inside the barracks of Dachau, where so many miserable unfortunates laid down their heads at night.

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The "Beatitudes" and Jesus' exhortation that Believers be "salt of the earth" and "light of the world".

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From the site of Hitler's atomic reactor, Jeff admonishes the viewer to draw a line in the sand.

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How the Old Testament predicted a coming Davidic Son referred to as "Jesus" in the New Testament.

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Faced with a plot to destroy the Jews, Esther wavers but decides her sacrifice is worth it, and declares, "If I perish, I perish!"

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The Bible informs readers that an intoxicated and disoriented last-days world will collapse and drown in its own vomit.

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Sandra and Jeff concludes this series having seen many coming up to Jerusalem, seeking and praising God.

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Interviews with participants in the "March of Life", who express their support for the Jewish people and acknowledge the need to "lift the veil of silence".

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Out of Daniel's restless mind came images of unimaginable beasts that would wreak havoc upon a decaying world.

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At the Western Wall, Jeff speaks of God's ears that are open to our cries for help. Always there, He faithfully pours out His forgiveness and redemption.

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Out of captivity and sorrow, the Lord brings joy through deliverance. The Israelites have returned to the Promised Land.

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Matthew 6:16-18 notes that fasting pays dividends; laying up treasures on Earth, alone, does not (6:19-21). Generosity, not greed, brings moral health (6:22-23).

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Within sight of Dachau's front gate, emblazoned with the lie "Work Will Make You Free", Jeff teaches about real freedom.

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Wrapping up the series, Jeff and David review the State of Israel, comment on its changing borders, and consider what's ahead in the not-too-distant biblical timetable.

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David's abuse at the hands of King Saul, and his bond with the King's son Jonathan. Saul's death and David's gracious response.

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We follow along as Isaiah describes the "ruler of this world", Satan, through an actual ruler of the ancient world, and as Matthew relates how Satan once offered Jesus

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David wanted to build a temple in Jerusalem because he knew the Lord had chosen it.

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Jesus challenges followers to serve either God or possessions (6:24). Blessings abound to those who serve Him (6:25-34).

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At the Valley of Megiddo - Armageddon - we review God's Land promises to David and Solomon and glance at clues that speak of victories yet to come.

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A mantra of this ministry is "Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem" from Psalm 122.

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We look at the long-anticipated return of Jesus and the consequent restoration of paradise.

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Though the Patriarchs were long dead by his time, Moses picked up and ran with their living Land promises.

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Philistine, Amalekite, and Ammonite wars are duscussed, along with modern-day applications.

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Unbeknownst to the scheming Haman, the story's courageous herioine hatches a plan to thwart him. The once-sheepish Esther becomes a shepherdess.

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The devil's principal tools - deceit and betrayal - were first noted in the Garden of Eden. We look at Jesus' agony and betrayal - also in a garden.

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At the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, Jeff considers the psalms' clear teaching that fear of the Lord and honoring His ways bring blessings to individuals and families.

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Deception of self and others gives way to truth at day's end (7:21-23). Jesus advises us to build our hope for salvation on the right foundation - Him (7:24-29).

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Messianic parallels abound in the person of David. In this closing program we consider their various applications and implications.

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Highlights of interviews that Dr. Jeffrey seif conducted during the Pre-Tribulation Conference in December 2008.

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Jesus speaks about divorce and the marriage bond in 5:31-32, and other human bonds in 5:33-37.

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We visit Bethel and explore God's promise to Abraham: that his and his children's destinies are eternally bound in the Sacred Soil - what we appropriately call the &q

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Even with Haman gone, the Jews had to defend their homes and families. Such spirited self-defense is simply biblical.

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The Bible gives ample evidence that Satan attacks individuals, and Revelation describes how his assaults culminate in the Battle of Armageddon.

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From the UN headquarters in Jerusalem and nearby Ein Prat, Jeff reminds us that King David had to deal with deceitful enemies and times of distress but realized that his sure so

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Matthew 5:17-20 leads us to consider how Jesus fulfils the Torah (Jewish Law). Murder begins in the heart (5:21-26), and adultery begins with desire (5:27-30).

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Discover how Bethel became a "gate[way] to heaven" (Genesis 28:17), and learn of God's affirmation to Jacob that the promises made to Abraham and Isaac would be f

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David's gift for creating poetry and music shows that he was "in touch" with something beyond the state of his armies.

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Our story's villain comes to his inglorious end as he becomes the object of his own wicked scheme.

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Highlights of interviews conducted by Dr. Jeffrey Seif during the Pre-Tribulation Conference in December 2008.

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Jesus teaches how to deal with enemies (5:43-48). In 6:1-4, He emphasizes doing good to please God and not men. His teachings on prayer follow in 6:5-15.