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What Can We Learn from The Life of Yisthak?

By Rabbi Moshe Perets

The lesson we must learn from Yitzchak's life is that while it is true that we must primarily emulate Abraham's work, spreading Divine consciousness as widely as possible, we must, at the same time, not neglect our own spiritual development.

Successfully disseminating Divine consciousness depends on our own spiritual growth.

Abraham's and Yitzchak's approaches was effected in the life and approach of Yitzchak's son Jacob.

Nonetheless, the unique inner intensity of Yitzchak's approach renders it central to the prophetic vision of the messianic future.

Until the Messiah, like Abraham, The Jewish People are required by the Torah to actively convey its message to all the nations of the world.

In the messianic future, in contrast, the Jewish people will not have to reach out to the world; rather—The mountain of Hashem's House shall be exalted above the hills, and all nations shall flow unto it.

Many peoples shall go and say, "Come, let us go up to the mountain of Hashem, to the House of the Hashem of Jacob, that He may teach us of His ways so we may walk in His paths."

For the Torah will go forth from Zion and the word of Hashem from Jerusalem.

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Rabbi Moshe Perets is the President of the Noahide Academy of Israel, Founder and Executive Director of, the world’s largest Noahide informational website. He accomplished his Rabbinical Studies at the Chabad Yeshiva and his medical studies at the University of Louvain in Brussels, Belgium.

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