Baptism Bible Study Series
The Bible clearly teaches that God commands water baptism! We need to understand how vitally important water baptism really is in God's Plan of salvation for mankind.
Jesus said, "believe the Gospel." The Gospel is the Good News of the soon coming Kingdom of God, in which Jesus will then be King of all the earth!
A scenic spot along the banks of the River Jordan.
This is the river in which many repentant believers were baptized by John "the Baptist."
It was also in this same river that John baptized Jesus Christ.
After Jesus had completed His earthly ministry, had paid the penalty for the sins of all mankind, had risen from the dead, and had ascended to heaven, the Holy Spirit was sent on the Day of Pentecost just as Christ had promised. Thousands were in Jerusalem for this festival. When the Spirit of God came upon and into the disciples that morning, the people came in awe and wonder to see what had occurred. Then Peter preached to the multitude gathered there. Thousands of people were convicted in their hearts. They realized their lost condition. They realized Christ was indeed the Messiah, the SAVIOR! "What shall we do?" they cried out to Peter and the disciples. Peter, now inspired by God's Holy Spirit, answered straight and clear. "REPENT," shouted Peter, "and be BAPTIZED every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit." (Acts 2:38).
This series of sermons looks at the important lessons needed to develop a firm foundation in the truth of God. In these sermons we learn what the Bible says about baptism. We will see its true meaning for all who want to become true Christians and inheritors of the kingdom of God.
Along with our sermons, we have provided a study on several baptismal teachings. Select the title in order to study these important spiritual issues.
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