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Ki Tetzei The Voice of the Prophet

    • Religion & Spirituality

The Haftarah portion for Ki Tetzei (Isaiah 54:1–10) narrated in English by Ronald Guttman.
Note: in some years when Rosh Hodesh Ellul falls on Shabbat Re'eh, many congregations read the haftarah for Re'eh along with this haftarah on Shabbat morning.
Questions for Discussion:
In this haftarah of reconciliation, the prophet assures the people that they will no longer feel shame or disgrace.
• How have shame and humiliation hurt relationships with people you care about?
• What would it take to address that shame and heal?
• What roles do shame and humiliation play in national and international conflicts?
• What can you do to bring more dignity and respect into our world?
JTS wishes to acknowledge the generosity of the Jewish Publication Society for allowing us to use their translation.

The Haftarah portion for Ki Tetzei (Isaiah 54:1–10) narrated in English by Ronald Guttman.
Note: in some years when Rosh Hodesh Ellul falls on Shabbat Re'eh, many congregations read the haftarah for Re'eh along with this haftarah on Shabbat morning.
Questions for Discussion:
In this haftarah of reconciliation, the prophet assures the people that they will no longer feel shame or disgrace.
• How have shame and humiliation hurt relationships with people you care about?
• What would it take to address that shame and heal?
• What roles do shame and humiliation play in national and international conflicts?
• What can you do to bring more dignity and respect into our world?
JTS wishes to acknowledge the generosity of the Jewish Publication Society for allowing us to use their translation.

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