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Seven of Consolation

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Seven Haftorahs Between Tisha B’Av and Rosh Hashanah
A deeper look at the seven comforting prophecies read each Shabbat from Tisha b'Av until Rosh HaShannah.
If galut is a time of estrangement between G-d and Israel, why were the two keruvim embracing at the time of the Temple’s destruction? Wouldn’t the destruction of the Holy Temple mark a nadir in our relationship with the Almighty?
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.
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!”
The Shabbat following Tisha B’Av is called Shabbat Nachamu due to the opening words of the haftorah: "Be comforted, be comforted my people"; why the double expression?
Torah study or prayer? Man or Woman? A transcendent perspective or an emphatic view? Two pathways through life, and two consolations in the future redemption...
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