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This Week's Torah Portion

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This Week's Torah Portion

Va-et'chanan
וָאֶתְחַנַּן
[Moses] Pleaded with the Eternal

I pleaded with the Eternal at that time, saying, "O Eternal God, You who let Your servant see the first works of Your greatness and Your mighty hand, You whose powerful deeds no god in heaven or on earth can equal! Let me, I pray, cross over and see the good land on the other side of the Jordan, that good hill country, and the Lebanon." - Deuteronomy 3:23-25

Torah

Deuteronomy 3:23–7:11

Haftarah

Isaiah 40:1-26
Shabbat Nachamu

When

/ 16 Av 5782

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