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Haftarah: (lit. "concluding portion"); reading from the Prophets at the conclusion of the weekly Torah reading.
Trilogy of Tribulations - Part II
In the second haftorah of the “Trilogy of Tribulations” we learn how the prophet Jeremiah’s rebuke of his contemporaries can teach us today how to turn criticism into a powerful catalyst for change.
Trilogy of Tribulations - Part I
In the first of the “Trilogy of Tribulations,” Jeremiah describes his inauguration as prophet. Although his first prophecy is one of impending doom, it contains within it a hidden message about the power to transform mourning into joy.
Main Synagogue, 10 Tevet, 5749 · December 18, 1988
The Rebbe receives the Torah scroll and brings it the Bimah to be read. Later he receives the last Aliyah, recites the blessings, and after the Torah is wrapped, recites the Haftorah.
A clear explanation of the Torah Reading service in synagogue, how it works, and getting called up to the Torah for an aliyah.
How to salvage a marriage when all seems lost.
A deeper look at the biblical story of how the prophet Elisha saves an impoverished widow and her sons from the clutches of a merciless creditor.
The Haftorah of Shavuot
Why Ezekiel’s vision of the “divine chariot” is the chosen haftorah reading on Shavuos, when it would appear that other scriptural passages that refer directly to the giving of the Torah would make a more appropriate choice, inasmuch as Ezekiel makes no s...
The Rebbe joins the Chasidim for the afternoon services on the Tenth of Teves fast and is called upon to read the Haftarah.
The Rebbe recites the Haftarah during Afternoon Prayers of the Fast of Tammuz.
The Rebbe recites the Haftorah for fast days during the afternoon prayers.
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