Recently I heard something about names and meanings
A sister told me once she has a hebrew name too and only in Israel she used it. I asked her why she ony used it in Israel and her answer made me think…
She told we cant change our calling what is in the meaning of the name. But is a solution to use another name in another country a solution?
A blessed solution?
And is changing names wrong?
It made me think to the source and the motive…
It brought me to myself too
My parents named me as a firstborn to my grandmother with interesting anchestors and the meaning of that name is “a strong protector”
When I recognized my identity and the Ruach haKodesh inspired me to share with people what I already have received from Father’s Heart, needed me think about my role, my indentity and my tools to do that.
I needed strength from above to take a step forwards and in that process a name came to me with the character of a vulnerable young woman, who took the advice of her uncle with the thought to protect her nation….
When I asked the Father about having that name, I received an answer, like a warm shawl around my shoulders and so I took the challenge to obey His Voice.
The character and identity of the new name confirmed the former name and thats me, Hadassah.
With the help of the Father I can continue in what He has in mind . He is the Person who harvest, I prefer to be His servant and disciple.
What He has promised, He will do.
Baruch ata YHVH!
Picture: As long as I live I always had and have connections with jewish people. This so called “theemuts” is a present and was made by a mom from Petersburg who visited her jewish family, whom I had the possibility to assist in our country