Mikveh – A Hebraic Understanding of Biblical Immersion

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Rico Cortes

I am a teacher of Scriptures, Torah follower, and believer in Messiah Yeshua. I have been given the opportunity to share the Word of God with many believers around the world. My work as a servant of the Most High God has allowed me to be a voice to spread the good news of the New Testament, unveiling its truth through context and the obedience to the Almighty through his Torah.

9 thoughts on “Mikveh – A Hebraic Understanding of Biblical Immersion”

  1. Are there not six mikvehs?

    Mikveh / Baptism of:
    1. Purification
    2. Repentance
    3. Identification
    4. Spirit
    5. Fire
    6. Suffering

    Please do a teaching on all of them with details of how to preform each one. Thank you.

    1. 1. Purification (Acts 21:23-24, John 11:55, Luke 2:22, Lev. 12:2-4)
      2. Repentance (Mark 1:4, Acts 1:5, Matt. 3:1-2,11,)
      3. Identification (Acts 2:38, 8:16, 36-38, 10:48, 16:33, 19:5, John 14:13)
      4. Spirit (Acts 1:8)
      5. Fire (Matt. 3:11)
      6. Suffering (Luke 12:50)

  2. Shalom Rico,

    My wife and I have been listening to the teaching on Biblical mikvah. To say the least, it is “shaking us up” because we are living in an area of Israel where the majority of Christians are walking with a messiah who is not Yeshua. Could the verses in 1John chapter 2 starting at verse 18 be referring to the kind of messiah Christians who are practicing “lawlessness” are following?

  3. PS I love this teaching and have had a deep desire and need really for mikvah just can’t figure out the details. Will seen you in March or april (can’t remember when you are coming to MN).

    1. One more question, you had mentioned before about getting a new hebrew name (i believe) do you pick out the name for yourself or does one of the witness or a rabbi give it to you? I promise, I’ll quit asking questions now.

  4. Rico, how are we supposed to mikvah? the only “living water” we have around here is lakes or public areas, and you can’t do that naked. Plus what about winter time when it is all iced over for niddah? Is it permissible to do it clothed if that is your only way to do it? I’ve read you can do it in the shower, but that just doesn’t seem right to me.

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