Welcome to our next blog. For those new to the blog and groups, we focus on the Hebrew aspect of the scriptures. Knowledge of the Hebrew language is not a requirement to be part of this journey, however, it will inspire you to know more. If you are new to the Hebrew Letters, below is a link to the last blog on the Living Letters. Within that blog are the links to all the letters. (LINK)
Mystic realms of the Hebrew word: Immersion טבל Ta-vahl
Our focus word in today’s blog is טבל. It means ‘Immersion’ or ‘submerge’. Pronounced with a V not a B = Ta-vahl.
Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains: Hebrew (Old Testament)
3188 טָבַל (ṭā·ḇǎl) dip, plunge, soak, bathe, i.e., place a solid object into a liquid mass, with a result that some of the mass attaches to the solid object, usually for a particular use or purpose.
Don’t you just love the description from this dictionary – ‘place a solid object into a liquid mass, with a result that some mass attaches to the solid object, usually for a particular use or purpose.’
I get the idea, whatever you are merged into resembles a garment wrapped around you, equipped and set apart for something specific. An emersion into a different realm unlocks the ability of that specific dimension.
A familiar scripture we have touched on previously:
Deuteronomy 33:24 NIV
About Asher he said: “Most blessed of sons is Asher; let him be favored by his brothers, and let him bathe his feet in oil.
Bathe = טבל.
Asher, as a tribe of Israel, is a gate you as a son of God posses. ‘Let him bathe his feet in oil’ speaks of Asher’s bloodline inheritance that the land he possesses will be blessed with abundance beyond measure. If we direct it to the meaning of טבל, then Asher’s land or possessions are immersed in the realms of abundance, unlocking every resource within the land to flesh out its blessing. When we operate within this immersion, the bliss and ecstasy the storehouses release overcomes us. We might be in this world, we certainly do not function from it. When we operate from immersion, we live activated by and from the breath, enabled to flesh out heavenly blue prints.
The gematria of טבל is 41. 4+1=5. 5=ה the breath of YHVH.
When we experience immersion, we are caught between the breath of Yahweh and the breath of man. As the two entangle, it soaks us in the ability of our co inclusion in Him. When you are saturated with something, that substance becomes part of you, but also changes your physical properties to resemble that which it saturates you with. I recall something Justin Abraham mentioned last week: The drunkenness and intoxication was never his goal. As you constantly find yourself in that environment, it eventually overtakes you.
In my research, most scripture that contained טבל had to do with being dipped or immersed in blood. Being immersed in the blood of Jesus, every single property, blood cell and DNA molecule is soaked up into our being. By being immersed into the blood, we attach its benefits to our being, unlocking and releasing the fullness of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, expressing divine union, a oneness impossible to be separate from.
Are you getting what I’m saying here: טבל is the environment that unlocks heaven’s atmosphere… but not just that, the unlocking is that WE HAVE BECOME THE ATMOSPHERE. Immersion means no more separation. An immersed being is an ascended being. That is new creation living. You have conditioned your body to live and function from its true realm.
2 Kings 5:13–14 NIV
Naaman’s servants went to him and said, “My father, if the prophet had told you to do some great thing, would you not have done it? How much more, then, when he tells you, ‘Wash and be cleansed’!” So he went down and dipped himself in the Jordan seven times, as the man of God had told him, and his flesh was restored and became clean like that of a young boy.
In this verse, for him to be healed from his leprosy, Elisha commanded Naaman to wash himself in the Jordan river seven times. However, the Hebrew word for ‘wash or bath’ differs from ‘dipped’, which is טבל. The first has to do with ‘cleansing’, the second with positioning. The scripture actually doesn’t say he washed himself, but by ‘dipping’ himself seven times, he immersed himself into the realm where the blood was shed at the foundation of the world, therefor stepping into who he was in YHVH before creation. he engaged position. Let me explain: 7 is the number of completion. If you take the six different directions, North, South, East, West, Up and Down, as you connect each opposite, they cross each other in the middle creating the 7th point, the place beyond all time and space. Past, present, future and volume coming together in the middle, 7, completion. Now take a box shape, it has 8 corners. The box represents the spirit realm and each side the different realms and dimensions. Cross connect the corners and they create the 9th point in the middle. The 9th Hebrew letter is ט. The letter that starts טבל – immersion. Naaman immersed himself into completion, engaging the complete realms and dimensions of who and what he was in Christ before the foundation of the world bringing forth restoration. There was no need for washing if he immersed himself into completion. By stepping into טבל, he invoked the blood from the beginning to release its benefits stepping into original intent.
THAT’S NEW CREATION LIVING… living as immersed beings.
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