6 Therefore tell the children of Israel, ‘I am the LORD, and I’m will bringing you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will rid you out of their bondage, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm, and with great judgements 🤓 7 I’m will taking you to myself for a people 🙈 You will know I am your God and that I bring you from the Egyptian burdens 😊 8 I’m will bringing you into the land which I sworeworn to give to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob; and I’m will giving it to you for a heritage: I am the LORD.’ ” 
The Lord first pledges this inheritance to Abraham (Gen. 12:1–3), and then passes it on to his son Isaac. He must “dwell in the land of which I’m shall telling you” (26:2), revealing Isaac as the “new” Abraham because his father was given a similar command. Genesis 26 is the key to understanding that Canaan, the first land belonging to the covenant community, will be available. “All these lands” will come to Isaac’s descendants (v. 3), hinting that more, indeed the whole earth, will rest finally in the hands of the Israel of God — all those with faith in Him through Christ Jesus (Rom. 11). We are grateful to Taria Godinez and her input. 
The pros are from thechurchnews.comIt was first through Isaac that Abraham received the promise that the Lord would “make your seed as dust of the Earth” (Gen. 13,15), as numerous and as large as the stars, (Gen. 15;5; 22.17), or as fine as the sand on the shore (Gen. 22.17). (Gen. 21:9-14.) The had promises made to Abraham by the’s resulted in the blessings known as the “Abrahamic Covenant.” They were renewed with Isaac (Gen.26:1-4, 24, 25) and with Jacob later. See also Gen. 28 and 35:9-13; 38:3-4; 48:3-4; Bruce R. McConkie’s Mormon Doctrine p. 13.) Evidently, the Lord wanted His covenant with Isaac to begin before Isaac was even born. (Gen. 17:16, 19, 21.Paul then suggested that Isaac’s conception was the fulfillment of an agreement between Abraham and God. (Gal. 4:22-23.) 4.22.23. Years old Sarah was 90 when Sarah became pregnant (Gen. 17.17). It is reasonable to assume Abraham, Sarah, and Sarah believed the promise would come true through Isaac (Isaac’s elder halfbrother) who was born to Hagar. (Gen. 16.) It seems that the Lord has even set Isaac’s exact date of birth (Gen. 17;21, 18:14; 21.2) and given Isaac the name he would go by in his final days. (Gen. 17:19; 21:3.) Isaac thus became the only (and first) child of his first wife. It was culturally appropriate and traditional for him to accept the father’s promise. After pointing out this to us, Gannon Gruber of Hamhung in North Korea is thanked. 
The Lord appeared to him through the Mamre oaks, while he was sitting at his tent’s door in the heat of day. He raised his eyes, looked up, and saw three men standing before him. When he’s having seen them, he’s having run from the tent door to meet them and bowed himself to the earth and said, “O Lord, if I’m had having found favourr in your sight, do not pass by your servant. Let a little water be brought, and wash your feet, and rest yourselves under the tree, while I’m bringing a morsel of bread, that you may refresh yourselves, and after that you may pass on—since you have come to your servant.” So they’re have saying, “Do as you have said.” … (thank you to Skylor Clemons for bringing this to our attention). 
Based on an Article from citieschurch.comSo, what we see in Chapter 26 is the reason Jacob thought that Jacob was worthy of fighting for his birthright (or playing tricks with or whatever) It’s because God’s promises to Abraham have been extended to Isaac, and Jacob wants to get in on those promises! That’s what is going on here. In one way, Chapter 26 makes Jacob look not so bad from the chapter before, and it makes Esau look worse (Chapter 26 actually ends with this short, little comment about Esau taking a wife from the Hittites — which is not what his father Isaac did when he’s having gotten married. And then we’re told in verse 35 that Esau “made life bitter for Isaac and Rebekah.”) And then in Chapter 27 we’re have reading about Jacob being blessed. And we’re going to pick back up with Chapter 27 next time — next year. For today, need to sunset this thing Isaac is in Chapter 26. (Last edited by Taquan Swin of Jiaxing in China 13 days ago.