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Comfort, Comfort!: Isaiah’s Double Vision

Torah Portion of Va’etchanan

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Comfort, Comfort!: Isaiah’s Double Vision: Torah Portion of Va’etchanan

The first of seven haftorahs describing G‑d’s promise of ultimate comfort and consolation begins with G‑d’s command to Isaiah, “Comfort, comfort My people!”
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Haftarah, Va'etchanan, Seven of Consolation, Shabbat Nachamu

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penny robinson Coeur d Alene August 20, 2016

Comfort, comfort.. Rabbi, I so appreciate you and your teaching. I've grown so much,gleaned so much, been inspired so much through your insights..thank you..blessings of great joy for you and your family.. Reply

Benjamin Shadwick Paragould, Arkansas August 8, 2014

Comfort, Comfort Thank You Rabbi Kaplan, This message has given me a new sense of comfort for myself and most of all for all Israel. Blessings to you Reply

Trishya Lael Modesto, CA April 8, 2012

Repeat means confirmation Is it possible, that, as with Isaiah, and others, that Ha Moschiach was born and died on the same day? Reply

K. V, A, Vandenbroucke P. Norte Lagos, Portugal August 9, 2011

Giving Hope and Inspiration for the Future Thank you Rabbi

This shiur gave me comfort and insights that even in the darkest time new light is being born

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Deba Edelman Bellevue, WA August 2, 2010

Comfort, Comfort: Isiah's Double Vision Rabbi Kaplan gives another inspirational lecture. Whether it is the first Haftarot describing G-ds promise for Comfort, Comfort, or Moses on Mt. Sinai, Rabbi Kaplan is sensational. His knowledge, inspiration and spiritual excitment is felt with every word.
Thank you for making Torah come alive and real before our eyes. Reply

Stacey July 24, 2010

Nachamu, nachamu Thank you Rabbi Kaplan, you always deliver your words and wisdom in an amazing and inspiring fashion. Reply

Richard Raff BonneyLake, United States July 21, 2010

Comfort, Comfort!: Isaiah's Double Vision What I can visualize is that this Rabbi is something very special and will help all of us see and look for the meaningful part of these events and even the one's to come. Very strong lecture much stronger than I could ever imagine. Reply

Anonymous lancaster, ny July 21, 2010

i love learning the bible thank you, it's cool to learn the bible. thank you for sending this to me!!!! Reply

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