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  • Immersion 101

    Contributed by Trevor Pugh on Jul 21, 2003
    based on 12 ratings

    A study on the deviation of immersion and sprinkling. Good for a seeker crowd. Also helps an immersed crowd to answer questions raised in public.

    Immersion 101 We basically all have been raised in the Christian Church/ Churches of Christ. And being that we all have been brought up this way, we all like to think we know how to answer the questions that arise from the outside non-Christian community. Well, neither do I. Today we’ll get in more

  • Totally Immersed Series

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Mar 21, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    "If you have the Word without the Spirit, you’ll dry up. If you have the Spirit without the Word, you’ll blow up. If you have both the Word and the Spirit, you’ll grow up." (Derek Prince)

    Opening illustration: Speaking to a large audience, D.L. Moody held up a glass and asked, "How can I get the air out of this glass?" One man shouted, "Suck it out with a pump!" Moody replied, "That would create a vacuum and shatter the glass." After numerous other suggestions Moody smiled, picked more

  • Immersed In God Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Nov 19, 2015

    Jesus submits to the Father in baptism, although as John pointed out, he had no need to be baptized (he was without sin). However, Jesus is righteous by doing what is "right" and sets the example and standard for us.

    1. [Cannonball Baptism on YouTube 2. Baptism is a hot topic in Christian circles a. [There is a story of an early Restoration preacher who would ride the train to many of his appointments. Whenever possible, he would seek out a Methodist preacher and a more

  • Immersions For The Young Messiah-1

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Aug 22, 2011

    1 of 2. Luke revealed Jesus as Messiah thru showcasing His immersion in God’s affairs. Likewise, the God-sent immerse themselves in God’s affairs. How is this immersion substantiated? Immersion in God’s affairs is substantiated thru...

    IMMERSIONS Of The YOUNG MESSIAH-I—Luke 2:41-52 Attention: There is a TV show highlighting the lives of the Duggar family. They are a family of Conservative Baptists who live in Arkansas. They live debt-free. Jim Bob(father) is a former state legislator who served in the Arkansas House of more

  • Immersions For The Young Messiah-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Sep 6, 2011

    2 of 2. Luke revealed the boy Jesus to be the Messiah thru showcasing His immersion in God’s affairs. Likewise God-sent immerse themselves in God’s affairs. But How is this substantiated? Immersion in God’s affairs is substantiated thru One’s

    IMMERSIONS For The YOUNG MESSIAH-II—Luke 2:41-52 Attention: During our church’s worship service, the pastor invites all the young children to join him near the altar for the "Children’s Moments Sermon." One day, with seven small children in attendance, he spoke about the ingredients required more

  • Is Baptism By Immersion Required For Salvation?

    Contributed by Dennis King on Aug 1, 2018

    Though the New Testament contains no explicit instructions on how to administer Baptism, the Greek word baptizo means "to immerse. Herein is a brief history of baptism before and after "sprinkling" became acceptable by many Churches.

    Baptism is the public acceptance of Jesus and adoption into His fold, both by action of the Holy Spirit and by man's symbolic use of water. All too often Baptism is a stated requirement to join into a particular church denomination as opposed a public showing of a bond between a new believer and more

  • Redeemed Or Just Wet?

    Contributed by Charles Mims on Oct 7, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    Sermon on Baptism

    Redeemed our Just Wet? July 22, 2012 Romans 6:1-14 King James Version (KJV) 6 What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound? 2 God forbid. How shall we, that are dead to sin, live any longer therein? 3 Know ye not, that so many of us as more

  • Baptism What We Believe And Why - Sbc

    Contributed by Michael Lashaway on Oct 4, 2013

    We Baptize by Immersion, with Intentionality, to Imitate, Identify, and have Intimacy with Christ and to Impact our lives.

    Baptism – What We Believe and Why Matt 28:19-20 I. Introduction – I thought it would be good to look at just what and why we in the SBC believe about Baptism. According to the Baptist Faith and Message, Chapter 10, which outlines the church Ordinances, states “Christian baptism more

  • Demonstrating Thankfulness Through Baptism Series

    Contributed by Jordan Muck on Oct 19, 2016

    A explanation of baptism.

    Title: Demonstrating Thankfulness through Baptism Passage: Various Focus: Baptism Opening: Introduction: Before Christ ascended to heaven He said, “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them more

  • Obedience Through Baptism

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Aug 31, 2008
    based on 18 ratings

    A message that precedes baptisms.

    Last week, I talked about how God put it into Phillip’s heart to leave a great harvest revival in Samaria to go to the deserts outside Jerusalem so he could talk to one person about Jesus Christ. And I told you how Phillip went. He didn’t question God, he didn’t try to put God off, and he more

  • Biblical Baptism

    Contributed by Larry Wilson on Oct 2, 2011

    What is the method of baptism seen in the New Testament? You might be surprised to discover that many who do not practice immersion, admit that immersion is the New Testament pattern! So what does the New Testament say? Read on!

    BIBLICAL BAPTISM Calvary Baptist Church May 11, 2003 and November 21, 2010 Recently my 7 year old son was baptized at nearby Lake Tahoe. With tears streaming down my face, I watched as he came out of the water, then excitedly asked if he felt any different. "Yeah, Mom, I do," he replied. "Now more

  • To Tunk Or Not To Tunk, That Is The Question

    Contributed by Paul Dietz on Aug 5, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon was written for the purpose of the Church of the Brethren’s 300th Anniversary of the first Baptism of Alexander Mack and seven others in Schwarzenau, Germony in the Eder River.

    Brethren Elder Peter Nead [1796-1877] was definitely a man of distinction. Living in a time when few Brethren were authoring books, Brother Nead chose to do so. In penning his theological point of views there was evidence in the words and phrases that his writing abilities were a little amateurish; more

  • The Gift Of Baptism

    Contributed by Betty Johnson on Jun 29, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    This message unpacks some of the statements made about baptism and leads the believer, hopefully, to make a clear decision about their own theology of baptism. This message preceded a full immersion, believers' baptism.

    The Gift of Baptism Scripture: Acts 8:26-40 We’re going to consider several passages of scripture today, but this one is the key passage for what I think is the main consideration for today - at least it was for me this week. Today is Baptism Sunday. It’s a very special day in more

  • Detrimental Competition-2 Series

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Jan 31, 2018

    2 of 8. John the Baptist pointed out the detriments of competitive ministry. But when is competition detrimental to Christian ministry? A competitive spirit is detrimental to Christian ministry when...

    DETRIMENTAL COMPETITION-II—John 3:22-36 A DETRIMENTAL SPIRIT Attention: Welcome Competition: The shopkeeper was dismayed when a brand-new business much like his own opened up next door & erected a huge sign which read BEST DEALS. He was horrified when another competitor opened up on his more

  • Why Baptize? Series

    Contributed by David Holwick on Mar 20, 2014

    The proper attitude toward baptism.

    Rev. David Holwick First Baptist Church Ledgewood, New Jersey November 10, 2002 WHY BAPTIZE? 1 Corinthians 1:11-17 ________________________________________ My brothers, some from Chloe’s household have informed for me that there are quarrels among you. What I mean is more