Mysteries of the Messiah - Session 2: Finding Jesus in the Story of the Patriarchs
Mysteries of the Messiah (Rabbi Jason Sobel) • 22m
The call and mission of the patriarchs reflect God’s original intention for humankind: to experience God’s blessing and be a conduit of that blessing to the world. God handpicked Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob to play a foundational role in reversing the curse and bringing about the new Eden.
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