The Watered Womanhood Podcast offers a solution-oriented approach to femininity for Israelite women, inspired by the Biblical “Bride of YAHUAH” to ensure the measure with which we mete our womanhood is based wholly on Scripture and our Creator’s will.
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Biblical Womanhood Thus Sayeth YAHUAH
The Watered Womanhood Podcast is a well for Israelite women thirsting after Truth– in self, in marriage, and in her walk with The Most High.
Listeners witness the contrast between the Whore of Babylon VS The Bride of YAHUAH (Hosea, Isaiah 54, & Revelation 21); uncover Scripture to found a Bible-Based femininity; and are challenged to inflect, repent, and be made new in the image ordained by Our Father.
I’m Raabasha Alohalani
a mother, wife, follower of YAHUSHA in the Name of YAHUAH, founder of The Hebrew Housewife and hostess of the Watered Womanhood Podcast.
I started the show to help Israelite women young and aged, married and unmarried, near and far, understand what true Biblical Femininity is, so we can get away from Babylonian beliefs and customs of what a woman should be, and instead be Holy for He is Holy.
From etiquette, to marriage customs, to devotionals, and relational vulnerability, I cover all your Shebrew concerns, weaknesses, and common struggles in femininity with the hope to encourage, inspire, and motivate you to be a woman, and enjoy it, too.
Colorful dresses, intricate hairstyles, and soft makeup are just accessories to watered womanhood — and if you’re at home with yourself, they can be outer manifestations of inner beauty, too.
And while they may trigger imagery of batting lashes and proud strutting and swirly twirling, those aren’t quite quantifiers of femininity. Just look at the average, modern metropolitan woman on a day to day basis… (Read More)
Pregnancy has affected my sleep, my ability to eat, my mental clarity and memory (hello, mom-brain, anyone?), and my energy. But even sleepless nights or incessant heartburn pales in comparison to how emotionally vulnerable I …
As a(n aspiring and imperfect) Biblical homemaker, I believe that the Word of YAHUAH is the foundation for every aspect of my life, including my home. The Bible provides guidance and direction for how we …
Order is easily established, it’s the maintenance that requires the most attention. I believe this is the entire concept behind order— the maintenance of equilibrium in accomplishing a goal. Order: (noun) the arrangement or disposition …
Imperfection shouldn’t lead to shame I was sitting on my couch one recent evening, thinking about how I don’t speak to much of my family. Half of me was rationalizing this by recounting the things …
One day, not long after having moved in with my husband, I was going about my then regular kitchen cleaning routine. At the time, I hadn’t been using our dishwasher (call me country– where I’m …