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Shabbat Shuvah

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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.”
Emissaries do what they can: prepare food, open their homes, field calls and provide comfort
Hurricane Matthew may have spared South Florida from much damage, but it is taking direct aim at cities along the central coast, including Daytona Beach and areas in Brevard County, and was expected to cause major storm damage as it approached Georgia, an...
A 90 second insight on Shabbat Teshuvah
Repentance and remorse don’t seem to fit with the joy and delight of Shabbat. Discover the joy in teshuvah.
The sedra Deuteronomy 31. concerns the last day in the life of Moses. On this day G‑d transmitted to him the concluding passage of the Torah Scroll and he wrote this down. It was a kind of Divine "dictation". The Sages tell us Moses wrote the last twelve ...
A detailed look at the laws of Rosh Hashanah.
The majority of the verses of Parshas Haazinu — six of the seven sections — is taken up with Moshe’s Song, known as the Song of Haazinu.Rambam, Hilchos Sefer Torah 7:10, ch. 8 (under the heading, Sefer Eileh HaDevarim); Hilchos Temidin U’Musafin 6:9. The ...
The Torah portion Haazinu begins with Moshe saying:Devarim 32:1. “Listen heaven and I will speak; hear earth the words of my mouth.” The Sifri notesBeginning of Haazinu. that concerning heaven, Moshe used an expression denoting closeness, haazinu, while r...
Parshah Vayelech, Shabbat Shuvah and Yom Kippur – the meaning of teshuvah, tefillah and tzedakah, and the service of the High Priest in the golden and white clothing and how it re-enacts itself in the Jews entry into our quintessential space and soul on Y...
The Torah portion Ha’azinu begins with Moshe saying:Devarim 32:1. “Listen heaven and I will speak; hear earth the words of my mouth.” The Sifri notesBeginning of Ha’azinu. that concerning heaven Moshe used an expression denoting closeness, ha’azinu , whil...
Some weeks, the Shabbat is given an additional, unique name, often related to a special haftarah or Torah reading added to that day’s service.
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