Sermon Series
  • 1. Baptism At The Red Sea

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2021
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    In 1 Corinthians 10:1-2, Paul said, “All our fathers were under the cloud, all passed through the sea, all were baptized into Moses in the cloud and in the sea.” This message looks at how the Red Sea crossing is connected to baptism.

    When I was in high school, I was part of an acapella quartet, and we sang all over the county. Well, one time our group sang at a black church in Perryville, and at the end of the service a baptism was held. Something I remember that had an emotional impact on me was the singing of an old Negro more

  • 2. The Meaning Of Baptism

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2021
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    For many people, baptism is shrouded in such great mystery that they fear giving their heart and life to Christ because they don’t want to go through being baptized. This message seeks to clear up some misconceptions.

    “The six-year-old grandson of Ruth Kirby told his mother that he had been baptized. Well, Mom knew he hadn’t been formally baptized, so she probed further into the issue. She asked him to explain what he meant by ‘baptized.’ Little Blake then enlightened his mom, ‘Last night in the bathtub I put more

  • 3. The Baptism Of John

    Contributed on Jun 21, 2021
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    Re-baptism is a practice of some Baptist churches. This message looks at re-baptism in the New Testament, and discusses how when a person’s baptism is done under the wrong belief system, then the individual needs to be re-baptized.

    I have entitled our message this morning, “The Baptism of John.” We have recently been learning about baptism, and today, I am going to be discussing false baptisms; and the best way to present this message is by looking at what the New Testament refers to as “the baptism of John.” This was a more

  • 4. Baptism: Identifying With Christ

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2021
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    This message views the symbol of baptism and looks at it piece by piece, in order to understand what it represents; which, in the end, will provide a fuller picture of how we’re supposed to live our life for Jesus Christ.

    This morning I’m going to be preaching on baptism and have us look at its symbolism; and I want to begin with an illustration. If you have a wedding ring on right now, then take a look at it. “Baptism is like a wedding ring. Both symbolize transactions. A wedding ring symbolizes marriage, just more

  • 5. Holy Spirit Baptism

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2021
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    This sermon examines Holy Spirit baptism from a Baptist's perspective, asking, "Is it really a second work of grace?" and "Must it be evidenced by speaking in tongues?" Also, "Is being filled with the Spirit the same thing?"

    This morning, I’m going to have us look at something called “Holy Spirit baptism.” This is a subject that when mishandled can lead to a lot of confusion; not to mention, feelings of condemnation. The very first time I encountered this term was when I was in college and I attended an Assemblies of more