The Waters of Mikvah and Baptism: the Connection
between Immersion, Conversion and Being Born Again
“John baptized with water, but in a few days you will
be baptized with the Holy Spirit.” (Acts
Many Christians think that
baptism originated with Yeshua’s (Jesus’) cousin Yochanan (John), who is known
in the Bible as “John the Baptist.”
But baptism is a Biblical
ritual that has been practiced regularly by all of Israel since the days of
The word baptism comes from the Greek work
Friends and Believers,
As we move forward in HisNew Year 5777, we surely need your support and
prayer. We are sharing the Gospel of Yeshua HaMashiach to the Sons and Daughters of Zion in Israel.
We are working very hard to pursue God's will in the lives of those He
cherishes and leads to His Throne for Redempion in the last days: The Children of Zion, His Holy People.
We would be pleased if you could give us feedback on
our posts when you read them, so we might mold the posts or make any changes
upon your requests in accordance to His Will.
"And so all Israel will be saved, as it is written: 'The Deliverer will come from Zion, He will remove godlessness from Jacob.'" (Romans 11:26)
Dalia Rosenfeld 1966
Messianic Believer and artist Dalia Rosenfeld was born in British Mandate Palestine just before the Second World War. God would lead this native Israeli to faith during some of Israel's most difficult and formative years. Her journey to faith would include some tragic personal losses and some amazing evidence of God's love.
I know that my redeemer lives, and that He shall stand at the latter day upon
the earth: And . . . in my flesh shall I see God." (Job 19:25–26)
On Friday night, we celebrated the Passover Seder recounting how the Angel
of Death passed over the homes of the Israelites and all those in Egypt who
applied the blood of the Passover lamb to their lintels and doorposts.
thousand years ago, 12 men celebrating the Passover Seder in Jerusalem were told by their rabbi
and master, Yeshua (Jesus), that this would be their last Seder together.
Stories from Israel
Adar II 25, 5776 · April 4, 2016
Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berdichev (1740-1809) spent his life acting as the self-appointed character witness for the Jewish people, engaging in a constant dialogue with G‑d, pointing out the unique qualities of every Jew he met.
The following is one of the best-known "Berdichever" stories:It was the afternoon before Passover, and Rabbi Levi Yitzchak was wandering through the streets of the Jewish quarter seeking out local smugglers.