Parsha Toldot Rabbi David Levine
Yom Shabbat, Saturday, November 10, 2007
Spoken at Congregation Beth Hallel in Roswell (Atlanta) GA.
Jewish identity is a rich inheritance. Rabbi David Levine talks about the value of Jewishness, and compares it to the wells which Abraham dug for his flocks in Canaan. His son, Isaac, had to re-open those wells, because the local Philistines had filled them in. And Isaac went further, digging more wells, and prospering greatly. In this stirring message, Rabbi David discusses the profound integration of Jewish identity and faith in Messiah that Yeshua's disciples experienced on the mountain when they saw Messiah with Moses and Elijah.