Summary of The Haftorah:
Hosea 14:2 - 10, Joel 2:11 - 27, Micah 7:18-20
This Shabbos is known as Shabbos Shuvah because of the Haftorah that begins
with the words, "Shuva Yisroel" - Return o' Isarel. Gleaned from both Hoshea
and Yoel, the Prophets describes Hashem's desire to forgive His children, if
only they will repent. The fast of Yom Kippur is mentioned, as well as the
rewards awaiting us if we proclaim G-d in our midst.
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