(During a Jewish leap-year: 5 Adar II - בִּשְׁנַת הָעִיבּוּר - ה אדר בּ)
Consequently, in light of all of that which we have learned, the punishment of the person who abandons The Torah, is understandable, concerning whom it says, “…and those who abandon HaShem, shall be wiped out.” (Yishayahu: 1; 28) Woe to [the] embarrassment [of the person who abandons The Torah], woe to [his] shame! What will he do for The Day of the Visitation [of Punishment]? Is there an end to his punishment? In accordance with the greatness of the reward [for those who involve themselves in Torah study], so is the greatness of the punishment for one who separates [himself] from [The Torah].
 Kol HaLashon note: This teaching is found on pg. 46 of the P’ninim printing.
 This teaching is found higher up on pg. 46.
 The entire pasuk states, “And the rebellious sinners and those who have sinned due to temptation, shall be broken together, and those who abandon HaShem, will be wiped out”. (Yishayahu: 1; 28)
Targum Yonasan ben Uziel explains the phrase “…and those who abandon HaShem, will be wiped out”, as stating, “…and those who abandon The Torah of HaShem, will be wiped out”.
MaLBI”M explains that at the time that Tzion will be redeemed, those people who sinned against HaShem, as well as those who sinned against other people, shall suffer from destruction, while those who abandoned HaShem, shall be wiped out.