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Toldot: Combining Love and Awe of Hashem

  
 
How do we combine and balance love and awe (fear) of Hashem? Avraham served Hashem with love while Yitzchak served with awe. Yaakov was able to combine both in perfect balance.
 

 
By: Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Date of recording: 11/27/2019
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:15:31
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