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Who is the Messiah? Isaiah 52:13

By Rabbi Moshe Perets

Yeshayahu (Isaiah) - Chapter 52, Verse 13
הִנֵּ֥ה יַשְׂכִּ֖יל עַבְדִּ֑י יָר֧וּם וְנִשָּׂ֛א וְגָבַ֖הּ מְאֹֽד: Behold My servant shall prosper; he shall be exalted and lifted up, and he shall be very high.

Quick Recap

  • The Rabbi discussed the prophecy of Isaiah 52:13 and the Messiah's משיח - The Anointed (with the Oil of the Secrets of Torah - why each one was created and how can he fulfil his part in the Divine Plan for Creation) (Mashiach's) arrival, emphasizing the Messiah's lineage and the revelation of the innermost dimensions of Torah.

  • The Rabbi also explored the five attributes of the Messiah - Mashiach mentioned in Isaiah's prophecy and the five levels of the soul. He mentioned the importance of Torah in revealing the root of every person's soul and told a parable of Mashiach, comparing his life and work to the "cultivation of a garden".

  • To know more about your Soul-Root in Torah you may contact Rabbi Perets and get a private Session here: by email to or by whats app to +972.58.452.35.35


Isaiah's Prophecy and the Messiah's Revelation

The Rabbi discussed the prophecy of Isaiah and the question of who the Messiah is. As Rashi explains: "My Servant", "The Mashiach", is over and over again referring to Jacob, which is himself referring to the entire Jewish Nation.

The Rabbi emphasized that the Messiah is a man from the lineage of King David who will reveal the innermost dimensions of Torah to the Jewish people. He added that the Messiah's teachings would uplift all humanity into redemption.

The Rabbi also discussed the revelation of the Jewish Nation and the four elements mentioned in the revelation from Isaiah.

The Mashiach is to the Jewish People, what the Jewish People is to Humanity. The Mashiach comes to redeem the Jewish People (from the inner exile or the lack of clarity to Be a "Light Unto the Nations", through the Teaching of the inner-most dimensions and secrets of Torah) and the Jewish People Redeems Humanity by teaching them the Truth of the Divine Will, the 7 Commandments and its secrets and reveals the soul-root of each person so he may be redeemed from his own exile and fulfil his Devine Potential.

The Five Levels of the Soul, Exploring Divine Wisdom

The Rabbi discussed the five levels of the divine wisdom in Torah ( Called the Tree of Life), connecting them to the five levels of the soul.

  • He explained that the first level, Nefesh, refers to the physiological level where the deeper secrets of the Divine Wisdom are transferred to humanity.

  • The second level, Ruach, refers to the emotional refinement of the Jewish nation, which will inspire others to become more kind, compassionate, and humble.

  • The third level, Neshama, Soul referring to the intellect, higher than the previous level, that transforms the world into a proper place for humanity.

  • Higher, the fourth level, the Chaya, the Living One refers to the living one connected to the study of Torah.

  • An finally the Yechida, the Singular one which is the Level of the Mashiach which is present in every Jewish Soul in actuality (and in potential in every human soul - Noahides bring it to fulfilment to a certain extent).

(To know more about your Soul-Root you may contact Rabbi Perets and get a private Session)

The Jewish Nation, Moshe, and Torah's Role in Guiding Humanity

The Rabbi emphasized the importance of the Jewish Nation in guiding humanity towards the future. He discussed the role of Torah in revealing the root of every person's soul and achieving one's full potential. The Rabbi mentioned the fifth level of the Soul , the Yechida and referred to notable Jewish figures in their generation and past generations. He concluded by expressing the readiness of the Jewish people to make themselves available to help others discover their soul root and serve the highest potential.

Mashiach, the Gardener: Cultivating Spiritual Refinement

The Rabbi told a parable of Mashiach, depicted as a gardener tending to people's gardens. He explained that Mashiach's life and work reflect a process of spiritual refinement and caretaking, likening it to the cultivation of a garden. He emphasized the importance of letting the 'gardener' take care of one's soul to achieve a pure, divine connection. The rabbi ended by expressing hope for a future of spiritual fulfillment and unity in for all humanity and to celebrate in in the third and eternal temple in Jerusalem. Amen.

To know more about your Soul-Root you may contact Rabbi Perets and get a private Session by email to or by whats app to +972.58.452.35.35


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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