Dance in the Rain like Noah

By: Rabbi Avraham Trugman
October 31, 2020

 

Noah was confronted with a monstrous storm, one that the world could not avoid. If we ponder the Torah carefully, we can glean lessons of spiritual growth from Noah’s actions in how he brought us all to a new world.

The whole world is waiting for a new world, the Messianic era. Rabbi Avraham Trugman teaches that our world will last 6,000 years, and since we just started the Hebrew year 5782, we are getting closer to the End of Days. However, that is when the real hard work begins. It is the job of the Messiah to bring about an entirely new consciousness. 

The miracles taking place in Israel over the last century coupled with all the technological advances are definitely a part of our journey towards Moshiach. Noah taught us the ability to start again, which is such a vital lesson when we encounter disappointments or setbacks in life. 

In this video, Rabbi Trugman will explain how all the bumps we experience are meant to prepare us for our ultimate reward in the days to come. After all, Noah didn’t wait for the storm to pass, he taught us how to dance in the rain.

Recorded in October 2020.

Rabbi Tuly Weisz

Rabbi Tuly Weisz is the founder of Israel365 and the editor of “The Israel Bible,” the first Bible dedicated to highlighting the relationship between the Land and the People of Israel. Rabbi Tuly is a columnist for Israel365news, the Jerusalem Post, Fox News and Newsmax who writes passionately about Israel, the Bible and Jewish-Christian relations. In addition to his writings, Rabbi Tuly has appeared alongside Alan Dershowitz on ILTV, on CBN’s “700 Club”, Daystar, Israel National News, TBN and numerous other television appearances. Rabbi Weisz attended Yeshiva University (BA), Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (Rabbinic Ordination) and the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law (JD) and served as the Rabbi of the Beth Jacob Congregation in Columbus, Ohio before making Aliyah to Israel. Rabbi Tuly lives with his wife and is blessed with 6 children and lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel.

Rabbi Avraham Trugman

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