Evoking Chavvah: A true feminist movement

 

Katnis on fire

Blessings to all my daughter’s of “Eve” out there. I pray that your precious hearts are strengthened by the love of The Father. I would like to share some strength and life with you. Where purpose is unknown, abuse is inevitable. A lot of the neglect and abuse of women, the daughters of Eve, stem from ignorance or denial of her identity. The name “Eve” is in the bible for the first woman in place of the original Hebrew name  “Chavvah”. The name “Chavvah” means Life-Giver. Adam, the first man acknowledged the woman as a “Life-Giver”. The bible says that the Spirit quickens, which means that the Spirit gives life. There is a correlation between the image of the Holy Spirit and how the Almighty created woman. The scripture in Genesis 1:27 reads, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” In this scripture, mankind is the him, the masculine and the feminine is what he consisted of. Together, the masculine and the feminine makes up the image of GOD. If you exalt one and oppress the other, you obscure the image of GOD which is meant to be seen. To obscure means to darken or shroud from visibility. Who would want to hide the full image of GOD from the world?…Satan. Insight into why the Dragon wants to lock away the feminine heart in a tower of seclusion.

The oppression and abuse of women is an attempt of Satan to hinder the full glory of GOD from being manifest in the Earth. As a result of Satan’s assault on mankind’s feminine essence, women have begun to suppress their own femininity. As a survival technique, the oppressed will often make adaptations to avoid persecution. We see this in the self-hate manifest in some African-Americans and Native-Americans stemming from the genocide they faced from the founding of the USA. In the end, what has the biggest influence on us is not what our enemies to do us, but how we choose to respond. Christ gives us the freedom to choose by exposing the works of the enemy and showing us the True path. John 8:31-33 says, “Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, if ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

I was born male, but I had to learn from my Creator what it meant to be a man and then submit to my calling and purpose. I had to renounce everything that I had learned or been labelled that conflicted with who GOD said I was. Yeshua teaches in Matthew 16:25 saying, “For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.” Women have been under attack and under-appreciated for centuries, as a result, many women have renounced their femininity instead of renouncing the lies that she is merely an object for sexual enjoyment, or that she is less relevant in her feminine glory as an image bearer of GOD. For the glory of GOD and the good of mankind, every woman needs to embrace her feminine glory. Be fully the “Life-Giver” you were created to be. Look at the workings of the Holy Spirit that you exemplify: the nurturer, one who encourages, one who empowers, the teacher, one who illuminates, and one that spreads the love of the Father.  As with most gifts of GOD, the world has proven itself to be unworthy of them but be strong and be courageously “Chavvah”.

Image is from the movie “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

2 responses to “Evoking Chavvah: A true feminist movement

  1. I missed the image relevancy, but I love the narrative. This is powerful I believe every woman everywhere needs to hear this, because it is rarely preached as a matter of strength of character in creation.

    • Thanks for the affirmation. Everything our creator has made has significance. The scripture says “knowing” GOD is eternal life, and in another place, it is written, “the invisible things of GOD are clearly seen through the things He has made”. Through reverent observation and appreciation of our Creator’s works, we can learn a lot about His purposes and intents, which can help us of avoid disharmony with life. We know disharmony with life leads to death. I chose this imagery because the Holy Spirit has often been associated with purifying and fervent fire. There is an anointing from GOD on women to fulfill their purpose. This is image kind of represents a woman walking in her anointing. The character Katniss from The Hunger Games also portrayed a triumphant feminine warrior.

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