TEVILLAH/MIKVAH INSTRUCTIONS

What does mikvah symbolize? 

A change from tamei to tahor.

Burying the “old man” — coming out to walk in “newness of life.”

The renouncing of the kingdoms of this world and HaSatan and self-sovereignty.

The acceptance of Citizenship in the Kingdom of Elohim.

A commitment to take on all the responsibilities of being a citizen of the Kingdom of Elohim.

This is not a symbolic act of being washed clean & set “free” from all masters, but rather it is a symbolic act of being washed clean and changing the Master to whom you serve from self and HaSatan to Elohim.

 

TEVILLAH/MIKVAH QUESTIONS

  1.  Is it your desire to make this change from tamei to tahor?
  2.  Are you ready to bury the “old man?”
  3.  Do you of your own free will renounce your citizenship in the kingdoms of this world and HaSatan and sovereignty over yourself?
  4.  Do you of your own free will choose to be a citizen in the Kingdom of Elohim?
  5.  Do you of your own free will choose to submit yourself completely to the ruler-ship and authority of Elohim?
  6.  Do you of your own free will commit to take on all the responsibilities of being a citizen of the Kingdom of Elohim and to strive to live by Torah, the “teachings and instructions of Yahweh?”
  7.  Do you of your own free will request that Yahweh annul any and all previous agreements with any and all other organizations and authorities that you have made that are in conflict with Him?
  8.  Do you of your own free will choose to take upon yourself the names of Yahweh and Yeshua and to commit to walk out the rest of your life in such a way as to bring the Names glory and honor and not shame?

 

TEVILLAH/MIKVAH RESPONSES

  1.  It is my desire to make this change from tamei to tahor.
  2.  I am ready to bury the “old man.”
  3.  Of my own free will, I renounce my citizenship in the kingdoms of this
    world and HaSatan and sovereignty over myself.
  4.  Of my own free will, I choose to be a citizen in the Kingdom of Elohim.
  5.  Of my own free will, I choose to submit myself completely to the rulership and authority of Elohim.
  6.  Of my own free will, I commit to take on all the responsibilities of being
    a citizen of the Kingdom of Elohim and to strive to live by Torah, the “teachings and instructions of Yahweh.”
  7.  Yahweh, of my own free will I request that You annul all previous agreements with all other organizations and authorities that I have made that are in conflict with You.
  8.  Of my own free will, I choose to take upon myself the names of Yahweh and Yeshua and to commit to walk out the rest of my life in such a way as
    to bring the Names glory and honor and not shame.
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