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Shabbat VaEtchanan and Nachamu Video Commentary

Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11; Haftara: Isaiah 40:1-26

Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, on weekly Torah Portion: Va’etchanan:

„Shma Yisrael – Hear O Israel – we are commanded to love G-d with all our heart, with all our soul and with all our might, wherever we might be, whatever our disappointments, regardless of whether G-d has answered our prayers in the affirmative. Loving G-d is something we must strive to do always.“

Shabbat Shalom

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Parashat VaEtchanan Shabbat Nachamu Readings and Commentary

The Shabbat after Tisha B’Av is also called „Shabbat Nachamu“, Shabbat of consolation, for now, after three weeks of mourning (Bejn haMejzarim – between the afflictions) to the destruction of the temple, seven weeks will follow in which the life in full color splendor is to return. „Nachamu Ami“ („Be comforted my people“) the people will sing …

… the Sabbath songs according to the Haftarah, see down.

Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11; Haftara: Isaiah 40:1-26

Extracts of the Commentary by Michael Schneider,
Israel today, Jerusalem:

Our weekly reading begins with a moving prayer by Moses requesting that God allow him to enter the Promised Land, despite his earlier sin of striking the rock for water when he was instructed to merely speak to it. read more…

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Shabbat Nachamu Shabbat VaEtchanan Commentary

The Shabbat after Tisha B’Av is also called „Shabbat Nachamu“, Shabbat of consolation, for now, after three weeks of mourning (Bejn haMejzarim – between the afflictions) to the destruction of the temple, seven weeks will follow in which the life in full color splendor is to return. „Nachamu Ami“ („Be comforted my people“) the people will sing …

… the Sabbath songs according to the Haftarah, see down.

Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11; Haftara: Isaiah 40:1-26

Extracts of the Commentary by Michael Schneider,
Israel today, Jerusalem:

Our weekly reading begins with a moving prayer by Moses requesting that God allow him to enter the Promised Land, despite his earlier sin of striking the rock for water when he was instructed to merely speak to it. read more…

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Shabbat Nachamu Shabbat VaEtchanan Commentary

The Shabbat after Tisha B’Av is also called „Shabbat Nachamu“, Shabbat of consolation, for now, after three weeks of mourning (Bejn haMejzarim – between the afflictions) to the destruction of the temple, seven weeks will follow in which the life in full color splendor is to return. „Nachamu Ami“ („Be comforted my people“) the people will sing …

… the Sabbath songs according to the Haftarah, see down.

Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11; Haftara: Isaiah 40:1-26

Extracts of the Commentary by Michael Schneider,
Israel today, Jerusalem:

Our weekly reading begins with a moving prayer by Moses requesting that God allow him to enter the Promised Land, despite his earlier sin of striking the rock for water when he was instructed to merely speak to it. read more…

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