Hanaya & Yuri: Unfragmented

Hanaya and Yuri are sitting on top of a van

Two high school girls, Hanaya and Yuri, roll out a short message for those feeling discouraged and disillusioned. Never give up! Listen and get fired up!

Additional notes:

Satan tries to create an altered reality by cloaking himself in information projection to engineer insecurity and anxiety in you. He wants to fragment you. He knows your trigger points to put you into a tailspin. His minions have studied you. You have become predictable.

The strategy is to trick your mind to convince you of something and give a narrative that diminishes who you really are. That’s the warfare. He wants to discourage and wear you out so that you will not be effective. He is trying to get you to opt out by presenting lies and observed facts as reality.

Every trigger point succeeds when you don’t feel loved and validated. The temptation is to back off and self-medicate your trauma, rejection, or frustration by running to an addiction. We get disillusioned because we do not perceive the truth in its pure form. We don’t see ourselves in the mirror of God’s Word.

To live by the Spirit of God takes readjusting and overriding of your mental and emotional realm. Don’t settle for being a low-watt light. Jesus said a disciple who is perfectly trained will be like his teacher. We lose the edge to improve when we just want to maintain, but maintaining is of the devil.

Walk in harmony with the Holy Spirit. He reveals the truth (true reality). He shows prophetic glimpses concerning your call and assignment. If things take time, stay in there. Some things have to do with the convergence of times and seasons of God in your life. Don’t drown six feet from your destination.

We miss the supernatural because we are looking for the spectacular. If you frame your mind right and listen to the Holy Spirit no matter what’s going on in your everyday life, you will come out fine. Don’t fret. Don’t allow anything to fragment you.
— Kevin Zadai | Warrior Notes

Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong.
— 1 Corinthians 16:13

Be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.
— 1 Corinthians 15:58