Simcha Natan

Simcha Natan
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Simcha has lived in Israel since January 2011 when she and her family made Aliyah from the UK. A busy mother of 3, a wife with a business 'on the side', Simcha works for Ascend Carmel worship and intercession programs, and spends much of her 'free' time song writing, and participating in worship with a team in the North of Israel. Simcha has lived in Israel since January 2011 when she and her family made Aliyah from the UK. A busy mother of 3, a wife with a business 'on the side', Simcha works for Ascend Carmel worship and intercession programs, and spends much of her 'free' time song writing, and participating in worship with a team in the North of Israel.
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VIDEO: Wake

Share in this beautiful new video brought to you from the Galilee region of Israel, as Simcha takes you on her own personal journey of waking and delighting in the Lord.
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VIDEO: Behind the Music – Rest

Simcha shares the devotional message behind the song 'Rest' from her first of three EP project - 'Dreaming'.

Dare to dance

Simcha writes, "When we are intentional about dancing on our disappointments, we risk causing those around us offence or disgust at how we haven't held it together in the appropriate manner!"
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VIDEO: Behind the Music – Breathe

Simcha shares the message behind the song 'Breathe' from her first of three EP project - 'Dreaming'.
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VIDEO: Behind the Music – Wake

Simcha shares the message behind the single 'Wake' from her first of three EP project - 'Dreaming'. To sample music, and see the books and...

Dare to breathe

Simcha writes, "I stopped to think recently about the meaning of this, and how often I consider the power of the breath of God. There are many scriptures that tell us about the power that the breath of God carries, For example..."

Dare to move

Simcha writes, "It occurred to me recently how so many of us are essentially sleepwalking. We go through life, without really participating in it."

Dare to delight

Simcha writes, "For some of us, waking up and delighting in the Lord comes more easily and naturally than for others. I myself have struggled for years with guilt and a feeling of condemnation that I haven't found it easy to spring out of bed at 5 am in order to spend 2 hours with God."

Dare to fight

Simcha writes, "What if we chose to engage with the giants, and stop viewing ourselves as too small? What if we decided to use the 'pebbles' that God has deposited in us?"

Dare to fly

Simcha writes, "A few years back, I went to a women’s meeting where the topic being spoken about was the desert. I remember that the speaker went into great detail explaining the extent of the process that a caterpillar goes through in order to transition into its new form – a butterfly."