Learning to let go and let Yah lead. Life Lessons.

Learning to let go and let Yah lead. Life Lessons.

Hi there, it’s Hadarah. It’s been a lil minute since I made a video for you. I pray things are well with you and that you’re still moving forward in life and in your spiritual journey.

All to often we try to get ahead of Yahuah in our lives. Sometimes we follow the things that we think are the best, or the most logical to do. But today I just want to encourage you to slow down. Slow down and listen to what Yahuah has to say, In the video below I’ll share some of my life lessons with you. I’m learning how to let go and let Yah lead, and I hope that sharing this will make an impact in your life too.

“Trust in Yahuah with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge HIM, and He shall direct your path.”

Proverbs 3:5,6

Regardless of what is coming next for you in life, I pray that you’ll take the simple text above to heart. It’s not always easy to let go, but if we can truly learn to slow down and let Yahuah lead, surely, He will lead us all the way Home. Keep looking up Mishpacah.

Sending love & hugs your way,

-Hadarah BatYah

Spring is Here. What’s in Your Garden?

Spring is Here. What’s in Your Garden?

Hi, it’s Hadarah.

Spring is REALLY here now – the sun is shining and it feels so good to know that Spring is in full effect. Just finished celebrating The Passover Memorial, and now we are in The Feast of Unleavened Bread. I took some time off work to rest, search my heart, seek Yahuah and assemble with my Mishpacah. Been off for about a week and it’s been SO GOOD.

I’ve been tinkering in my garden – would you like to see what’s happening in there? This little indoor garden room brings me so much peace of mind… There’s a 5 min video for you to enjoy below. I pray it makes you smile and feel inspired. If you don’t have a garden yet, maybe this will peak your interest to try growing some things yourself. If you do have a garden, leave a comment below and tell me what you’re growing this season!

“And out of the ground Yahuah Alahiym made to spring up every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.” Genesis 2:9

Whether you have a garden or not, I pray that you enjoyed this. Growing plants just reminds me of how much Yahuah is in control. He holds all the power in his hands – it’s truly amazing. And He allows us to be a part of it, simply by planting seeds…

This is true for our spiritual lives as well. In this season, when the world is celebrating holidays like Easter that have nothing to do with the truth, just remember, Yahuah’s in control, we’re just here to plant seeds. The truth will grow in the hearts with soil that is ready to receive it.

All in all, the most important thing we need to do is ask ourselves what seeds we’ve allowed to be sown in the garden of our own hearts. The fruit that comes forth from our own lives will be the greatest witness of all. Maybe we can talk about that in the next scripture challenge at the end of the month. For now, let’s remember to look to Yahuah to provide for our every need. He is the Creator of all living things, and in Him alone can we truly live. May His word continue to bring us Peace of Mind.

So tell me, what’s in your garden this season? And if you don’t have a garden yet, have you ever thought of starting one? Let me know in the comments section below. I’ll see you there! It’s always great to hear from you.

 

See Myself. Poetry. Reality. Scripture.

See Myself. Poetry. Reality. Scripture.

I wasn’t going to share this – I just felt the need to be still and not say anything at all. And so, for a moment, I did. But in that stillness, poetry came, and I decided that sharing the reality of vulnerable moments like these gives others permission to do the same. The poem is called, “See Myself” and I’ll share it with you in the 3 min video below- then we’ll get to the scripture challenge.

If you’re new here I’m glad you came. We have these challenges on the last week of the month so we can focus on spiritual growth as a community while developing our own personal relationship with Yah. Subscribe so that we can stay connected.

This scripture challenge is focused on Colossians 1:17. Watch the video below and leave a comment here on the blog if you’re in on the challenge!

“He is before all things and in Him all things are held together. “

Colossians 1:17

7 day Scripture Challenge.

  • Take 5 mins every morning to repeat Colossians 1:17 to yourself.
  • Say it out loud and memorize the words.
  • Internalize the words.
  • Take your time and let the words run deep.
  • Allow the Word of Yahuah to come inside of you and overflow to the rest of your life.
  • You will have more peace of mind, more calmness and assurance…
  • You will create space to hear the truth in your life.
  • You will continue to make the choice to but Yahuah before all things, and not man.

Want a little extra challenge?

Take an extra 5 min after meditating on the word of Yah to journal all the thoughts that come to your mind. Write out your frustrations, your fears, your conflicts, your reality, your pain, your peace. Be real with yourself. Yahuah wants to show you some things about yourself.

Journaling can be so healing. Try to block out all the opinions of others and just write out what Yahuah is showing you about yourself. I’ll be doing this extra part of the challenge too. Let’s remember there is healing in His wings (Malachi 4:2)

If you’re in on the challenge leave a comment below and say “I’m in!” You can also feel free to share your personal thoughts regarding the poem I wrote called “See Myself” -especially if any part of it relates to your life. I look forward to connecting with you down in the comments below.

Peace & Love,

-Hadarah BatYah

Have Faith. Prepare to Fly. Scripture Challenge. 1 Corinthians 2:9

Have Faith. Prepare to Fly. Scripture Challenge. 1 Corinthians 2:9

I had a dream the other day – and at the end of the dream, I was flying. Have you ever been flying in your dreams before? It was SO cool. The clouds were all around me, i could see the rolling hills, and the water below me and it was so beautiful…. everything was bright and clear….I’ll tell you more about this dream in the video below. It ties right in with our scripture challenge. That morning when I woke up from the dream, I told a close friend of mine about it. They mentioned that flying often symbolizes faith…

We all know that we should have faith, but sometimes it’s hard to believe. Do you ever feel so low, that you barely have the energy to get out of bed, much less to “think positive” or dream of what it might feel like to fly? I’ve been there before. I think we’ve all been there before. If you could use a little encouragement, I challenge you, for the next 7 days, shift your focus every morning to this scripture challenge passage -and see what it does for your heart and mind.

If you’re new here I’m glad you came.

We have these challenges during the last week of the month so we can focus on spiritual growth as a community while developing our own personal relationship with Yah. Subscribe so that we can stay connected.

This scripture challenge is focused on 1 Corinthians 2:9. Watch the 5 min video below and leave a comment here on the blog if you’re in on the challenge!

“Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, neither has entered into the heart of man, the things that Alahiym has prepared for them that love Him. “

I Corinthians 2:9

7 day Scripture Challenge.

  • Take 5 mins every morning to repeat 1 Corinthians 2:9  to yourself.
  • Say it out loud and memorize the words.
  • Internalize the words.
  • Take your time and let the words run deep.
  • Allow the Word of Yahuah to come inside of you and overflow to the rest of your life.
  • You will have more peace of mind, more calmness and assurance…
  • You will move from feeling low, to feeling more balanced and level, so that you can prepare to fly.

Want a little extra challenge?

The ideas in 1 Corinthians 2:9 come from Isaiah 64:4, and that passage is about Yahuah coming through for us, not because we deserve it, but simply because we chose to wait on him. If you want an extra challenge, you can read or meditate on that passage too. The text is just below.

Isaiah 64:4

“Since the beginning of the ages they have not heard no perceived by the ear, nor has the eye seen any Elohim besides You, who acts for those who wait for Him.” Isaiah 64:4, The Scriptures.

REMEMBER: There is a parallel between loving Yahuah and waiting on Him. 1 Corinthians 2:9 speaks about Yahuah preparing the unfathomable for those that love Him, and Isiah 64:4 talks about Yah preparing the very
same for those that wait for Him. We must have faith and WAIT on Yahuah to see this thing He has prepared for us. Read the whole chapter of Isaiah 64 if you have time. You’ll be so glad that you did.

No matter what is happening in your life right now I challenge you to find just 5 min to shift your focus. For eye has not seen, nor ear heard, neither has enetered into the heart of man, the things that Alahiym has prepared for them that love Him. I pray you continue to enjoy the music & motivation here on the blog, and that the word of Yahuah makes an impact in your life.

If you’re in on this challenge, let me know and say “i’m in!” Share your thoughts down in the comments below. Have you ever been flying in your dreams? I’ll be praying for you this week and everyone who reads your comment will know that we’re all in this together too. I pray you’ll join us!

Set your affection on things above. Colossians 3:2 Scripture Challenge

Set your affection on things above. Colossians 3:2 Scripture Challenge

Hi, it’s Hadarah. Do you ever feel a little bit anxious about all the crazy stuff that’s happening in the world today? If so, I don’t blame you one bit. Join us for another 7-day Scripture Challenge.

If you’re new here I’m glad you came. We have these challenges on the last week of the month so we can focus on spiritual growth as a community while developing our own personal relationship with Yah. Subscribe so that we can stay connected.

This scripture challenge is focused on Colossians 3:2. Watch the 4 min video below and leave a comment here on the blog if you’re in on the challenge!

Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.

Colossians 3:2

7 day Scripture Challenge.

  • Take 5 mins every morning to repeat Colossians 3:2  to yourself.
  • Say it out loud and memorize the words.
  • Internalize the words.
  • Take your time and let the words run deep.
  • Allow the Word of Yahuah to come inside of you and overflow to the rest of your life.
  • You will have more peace of mind, more calmness and assurance…
  • You will see that stress and the anxiety in your life will have less power over you when you consciously choose to focus on the Word of Yahuah.

REMEMBER: Where your focus goes, energy flows. I believe that’s a loose quotation from Tony Robins. These scripture challenges, and the music you find here at Set Apart Heart are designed to help you focus on Yahuah.  You have the power to choose to focus on Him, no matter what is happening in the world or in your life.

Now, while things are “relatively” calm, in comparison to how bad we KNOW things will be, is the time that we should practice setting our affection on things above. Let’s make meditation on the word of Yahuah a daily practice in our lives.

Leave a comment on the blog if you’re in on this challenge!! It’s so easy – you can do it – we’ll be doing it together. I’ll see you down below in the comments.

*BIG HUGS*

-Hadarah BatYah

 
Length of Days. Long Life. Peace. Proverbs 3:1,2 Scripture Challenge.

Length of Days. Long Life. Peace. Proverbs 3:1,2 Scripture Challenge.

Hi, it’s Hadarah. Glad you’re here… It’s time for another 7-day Scripture Challenge. As always- great to see you 🙂

If you’re new here – I’m glad you came. We have these scripture challenges on the last week of the month so we can focus on spiritual growth as a community while developing our own personal relationship with Yah. Subscribe so that we can stay connected.

This scripture challenge is focused on Proverbs 3:1,2. If you could use a little more peace in your life, watch the 5 min video below. Don’t forget leave a comment here on the blog if you’re in on the challenge – makes us all feel like we’re a warm, fuzzy little community.

“My Son, forget not my Torah; but let your heart guard my commandments: For length of days, and long life, and peace, shall they add to you.” Proverbs 3:1,2

7 day Scripture Challenge.

  • Take 5 mins every morning to repeat Proverbs 3:1,2  to yourself.
  • Say it out loud and memorize the words.
  • Internalize the words.
  • Make it personal.
  • Allow the Word of Yahuah to come inside of you and overflow to the rest of your life.
  • You will have more self control and more comfort and assurance in your life.
  • You will see that the peace of mind is attainable when we rely on The Source of Peace, The Word of Yahuah.

REMEMBER: These scripture challenges, and the music you find here at Set Apart Heart are all about developing your own authentic connection to Yahuah. And this verse reminds us clearly that The Torah, which are the instructions, or The Word of Yah, is what brings us peace. We all know what the Torah is, but don’t forget about who the Torah is. Who is The Word? The Word made flesh – is our Mashiyach, Yahusha. He is one with The Father, and we long to be one with Him. So let’s focus on that as we grow in Spirit and in Truth.

Leave a comment on the blog if you’re in on this challenge!! It’s so easy – you can do it – we’ll be doing it together. And I’ll see you right here at the end of the week after Shabbat on Dec 31st at 8PM for the launch of the new album, Peace of Mind.

*BIG HUGS*

-Hadarah BatYah

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