Journey Through Nach’ is a unique and comprehensive two-volume box set written by Rabbi Daniel Fine and Chaim Golker - to be released in fall 2015. Journey through Nach includes: · Introductions to each book of Nach and summaries of every chapter - inserting important explanations from the various commentaries; · Over 100 divrei torah relating to the chapters of Nach; · In-depth essays explaining fundamental topics such as: idolatry, prophecy, David and Batsheva, revenge, punishment of descendants for their ancestors' sins, and more; · Charts, maps and timetables; · Over 800 pages of comprehensive material for the novice and experienced learner alike. Foreword by Rabbi Zev Leff and endorsed by Rabbi Tzvi Kushelevsky and Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman. To order a copy or to see a sample, email danielpfine@gmail.com or publications@shortvort.com Rabbi Daniel Fine learned in Hakotel, Ohr Samayach, Mir and Reb Tzvi Kushelevsky's yeshiva for a total of nine years. He graduated with a degree from LSE in Law and Management and is currently a Maggid Shiur in the Aish Gesher Program. He has written two books on parashah and festivals, heads the YCA Summer Program and the online Nach Yomi program, which has been going for five years, and has covered the entirety of Nach twice. Rabbi Fine has taught for Seed, Birthright, Aish, FJL, JLE, and has published various articles in magazines and popular websites. He lives with his wife and three children in Har Nof, Jerusalem. Chaim Golker of London is the head of Daily Nach UK.

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Yirmiya Perek 52
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The final perek of Yirmiya tells of the tragedies of the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash and our exile to Bavel. As the RiKara (52:12) points out, based on the pesukim and the Gemara, the main parts of the Beis Hamikdash were actually burned on the 10th Av. This explains the statement of Rav Yochanan that […]
Yirmiya Perek 41
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Perhaps the least understandable of all the fast days is Tzom Gedaliah. We fast in remembrance of Gedaliah who was killed during the times of the Churban Bayis Rishon. However, we do not fast for several other leaders or great people who were killed in cold blood. What do we fast for on Tzom Gedaliah? After Nevuchadnetzar invaded Eretz […]
Yirmiya Perakim 34-35
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Among the various themes in the poetic prophecies of Yirmiya, a particularly prevalent theme in Chapters 34—35 is the power of speech and the requirement to fulfill one’s promises. In Chapter 34, Yirmaya tells Bnei Yisrael that they will face the wrath of Hashem for one particular sin; the failure to maintain the vow that […]
Yirmiya Perek 31
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יד. כֹּה | אָמַר ה קוֹל בְּרָמָה נִשְׁמָע נְהִי בְּכִי תַמְרוּרִים רָחֵל מְבַכָּה עַל בָּנֶיהָ מֵאֲנָה לְהִנָּחֵם עַל בָּנֶיהָ כִּי אֵינֶנּוּ: “So said Hashem: A voice is heard on high, extremely bitter weeping; Rachel cries over her children, she refuses to be comforted over her children, for they are not there.” (Yirmiya 31:14) There are two celebrated […]
Yirmiya Perek 26
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Passuk 18 of perek 26 tells us that the Beis Hamikdash Mount will be ploughed over by its conquerors. Indeed, the Mishnah in Ta’anis tells us that one of the five reasons we fast on Tisha B’Av is because the Beis Hamikdash Mount was ploughed over (flattened). Why is this an independent reason to fast; […]
Yirmiya Perek 19
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In perek 19, we come across an oft-used phrase in Tanach. In passuk 4, we are being lambasted for our idol worship of ‘Other Hashems which you did not know about’ (‘asher lo yeda’um’). What does this phrase mean? And why is it worse that we are worshipping idols we are not familiar with; would […]
Yirmiya Perek 17
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In פרק יז, פסוקים ה – ח the נביא compares two different people to trees:  “אָרור הַגֶבֶר אַשֶר יִבְטַח בָאָדָם…וְהָיָה כעַרעָר בָעַרָבָה וְלא יִרְאֶה כִי יָבוא טוב” – “Cursed is the man who has faith in Man…he is like a lone tree in the desert and does not see when good comes.” Conversely, ירמיה describes: “בָרוך הַגֶבֶר אַשֶר יִבְטַח בַה…וְהָיָה כְעֵץ […]
Yirmiya Perek 13
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In perek 13 passuk 21, we refer to our suffering (and punishments) as birth pains. This is not the only time such a metaphor is used; it appears in the ‘Alei Tziyon’ kinnah of Tisha B’Av too. What does such a metaphor teach us? The idea is that our suffering and tragedies have a hand […]
Yirmiya Perek 11
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Everything in this world is here so we can achieve our purpose of gaining a real, enjoyable relationship with Hashem. In perek 11, we are given a glimpse of where exile fits into this picture, via our first ever national exile – our enslavement in Egypt. Yirmiya (11:4) calls Egypt the ‘kur ha’barzel’, the ‘metal […]
Yirmiya Perek 1
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We are told that Hashem handpicked Yirmiya from his womb as a future prophet (1:5). This raises an important question. In order to have a doctrine of reward and punishment, one must have bechirah, free will. There is no reward if one is merely an actor in a pre-written bechirah-less script. Yet if Yirmiyau already had […]