Shalommmm Hebrews and Believers Alike ????

Sundown on Tuesday April 21, 2020 marked the Passover for my home, and the first day in the week long Feast of Unleavened Bread!

For some people, Holy Days during this time look drastically different, for obvious reasons. But for my family, it was the same (for the most part).

Passover is after all a consecration that Israelites are supposed to keep in their own individual homes, and put the blood of a lamb over their own doors and windows to seal it from the spirit of the Angel of Death.

Last year, it was just immediate family who lived under the same roof.

This year, it was just immediate family, plus a virtual friend ????.

She is a sweet young Israelite sister I met on Instagram, who I felt lead to invite to fellowship with us. It’s our second year as a family observing the Passover Memorial, and our first ever time having someone congregate with us.

It was such a blessing to be able to share sisterhood with her, pray, read, and laugh with another sister on such a peaceful, consecrated day! I’d never had this before, and to experience this for the first time was such a blessing to my soul and spirit.

The weather was nice, all hearts were light, and the food was superb :). I truly enjoyed lounging, and reading about our Exodus from slavery in Egypt.

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It’s a great memorial to observe. It brings you back to the reality that even though our enemies may have the upper hand right now, Yah has told them to let His Children go. And when He wants something, He gets it.

Passover serves as a an awesome reminder that we are covered, we are safe, we are favored, and that He hears our wailing and great cry.

He hears us when we wail against police brutality.

He hears us when we wail about food insecurity.

He hears us when we wail for being falsely accused and prosecuted.

He hears us when we wail about our oppression.

He has heard us.

With everything that’s going on and all the plagues and natural disasters happening, we have to be willing to admit two things:

1. HAYAH is in control.

– Nothing is too big that it goes over His head, nothing is too small that it passes by His eye. The El of Abraham, Izhak, and Yaqob sees all, knows all, is capable of all, and is in all control.

2. We Are Not Exempt

– Being born a circumcised Israelite, Ishmaelite, Hamite, or Hebrew in general does not guarantee salvation during the plagues and last days. Yah gives us commandments to follow, sacrifices to make, opportunities to repent, and different rams in the bushes at every turn. Yes, He will save His Chosen. But many are called and few are chosen.

The difference between called and chosen? Obedience.

Yahusha, or J.C., showed us what a life of %100 obedience looked like. He was able to obey because he trusted HaYah. He was able to trust HaYah because He understood what and who HaYah was and is.

I had a panic attack last week, and in the midst of my praying my way out of it, you wanna know what HaYah told me?

He said,

“If you are still afraid during this time, it’s because you have not fully remembered me.”

That hit hard.

I had to ask, do I know Him? Do I have knowledge of Him? Do I know that He keeps His word? Do I know that He loves His People? Do I know that He’s not a man that He should lie? Do I know that He knit me together in my mother’s womb? Do I know that He knew every single one of my days before a single one of them came to be?

Or are these just things I heard? Things I read. Things that I just agreed with.

Do I know this for myself? Or am I going along with what I heard about HaYah?

I chose to trust. I chose to know. I chose to accept. I chose to worship. I choose to remember. 

This Passover, I’m thankful just to be found in His presence. No matter who is president, who is getting hit with a plague, who is threatening my life, or who is trying to destroy my Tribe. 

There is safety in His presence. There is joy found in His Throneroom. There is Peace in His Innercourt. 

I’m also thankful for the different Prophecies that are coming to pass. It means we are one day closer to another exodus from this land of bondage, and one day closer to the establishment of The Kingdom of HaYah once again on Earth as it is in Shemayim

Join me this Most Anointed Week for a celebration, congregation, fellowship, and communal remembrance. 

All you need is your Book, your sincere heart, and a willingness to draw near to Yah no matter what. 

I’ll be sharing my Unleavened meals with you, scriptures we discover and rediscover as a family, and extending an overall invitation into my life as we find rest in HaYah.

And I hope you are having a beloved Passover Memorial, and that 7 days from today, you have an even better Feast of Unleavened Bread!


What are your thoughts?

Raabasha Alohalani

I’m a little Israelite woman with a little faith in a big Master. Through cultivating a relationship with The Most High Redeemer of Israel, I’ve overcome suicidal tendencies, body dysmorphia, porn addiction, depression, and the darkness of envy! As a wife and a mommy, it is my earnest desire to share love and open a space for Hebrew, Israelite, and believing women alike who want to help build this City on A Hill. Let's discover His New Mercies each day, and take baby steps towards Shemayim!????