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Mendel Dubov

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Rabbi Mendel Dubov is the director of Chabad in Sussex County, NJ, and a member of faculty at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ.
For an informed reading of I Kings 8:54–66
Overview It was one of the greatest moments in Jewish history. Almost five centuries had passed since the birth of the Jewish people with the exodus from Egypt. Since their arrival in the Land of Israel, the Jews had lived in their respective tribal terri...
For an informed reading of I Samuel 20:18–42
Overview Rosh Chodesh has been, throughout all of Jewish history, a day of distinction. In Temple times, a Musaf (additional) sacrifice was brought on this day; today, special prayers and Hallel are added to the daily service. If Rosh Chodesh and Shabbat ...
There’s more to the mitzvah of hosting guests than providing food, drink and lodging.
What Is Real Hospitality?
For an informed reading of Ezekiel 38:18–39:16
After the Jews are settled in their land, a coalition of nations led by Gog, king of the land of Magog, will be aroused to attack Israel.
For an informed reading of Hosea 14:2–10; Micah 7:18–20
This Shabbat is known as Shabbat Shuvah, after the opening words of the haftarah: Shuvah Yisrael—“Return, O Israel.”
For an informed reading of Isaiah 61:10–63:9
The joy of young newlyweds is used by the prophet to describe the kind of joy we will experience.
For an informed reading of Isaiah 60:1–22
Overview The haftarah for Ki Tavo, the sixth of the “seven haftarot of consolation,” speaks entirely of the bright future in the days of Moshiach. In the days prior to his coming, there will be much “darkness” in the world. It will be out of this darkness...
For an informed reading of Isaiah 51:12–52:12
The time would yet come for the people to rouse themselves from the troughs of suffering.
For an informed reading of Isaiah 54:11–55:5
The verses speak in incredible terms of the precious stones of all kinds that will be used just as building materials.
For an informed reading of Isaiah 49:14–51:3
Overview The haftarah of Eikev is the second in the series of seven haftarot of consolation read in the weeks after Tisha B’Av. See Haftarah Companion for Va’etchanan. The first half of the reading speaks of kibbutz galuyot (the ingathering of the exiles)...
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