Life after Salvation
starting, steering, and staying right according to the Bible
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When Jesus was baptized (Matthew 3:13-17), He made a statement that deserves our attention. "It becometh us to fulfill all righteous- ness." What He is saying is that baptism is a necessary step in God's plan for the life of the believer and not the life of the unbeliever. Have you been baptized? My friend, baptism before salvation doesn't count. Baptism always follows salvation. Have you been baptized since you were saved? If not, you need to be. Let your pastor know you want to be baptized. Tell him today. This is part of God's plan for your life as a believer.
04.01 According to Acts 2:41, in what order doe God place things? __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 04.02 Then, according to this verse, must baptism follow salvation? __________________________________________________________________ 04.03 Then if baptism follows salvation, does baptism save? ____________ 04.04 How did God feel about the baptism of His Son? Matthew 3:17 __________________________________________________________________ 04.05 According to Matthew 3:16, did Jesus go into the water? __________ 04.06 According to Romans 6:3, baptism is a picture of what? __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 04.07 What two words in Romans 6:4,5 prove that baptism is by immersion? (1) ____________________________ (2) ____________________________ 04.08 What does the baptismal water picture as we rise from it? Romans 6:4 _______________________________________________________ 04.09 In Acts 16:31, what is one commanded to do to be saved? ___________ 04.10 What happened to the Philippian jailer after his salvation? Acts 16:33 _______________________________________________________ This is called "Believer's Baptism." Have you fulfilled this duty? ________ 04.11 In Colossians 2:12, Paul said we are buried with Christ in what? _________________________________________________________ 04.12 According to Galatians 3:27, if we are obedient to Christ in baptism, then we do what with Him? ________________________________ 04.13 In Acts 18:8, what did Crispus do before he was baptized? __________________________________________________________________ 04.14 In Acts 10:47-48, what did Cornelius receive before he was baptized? ________________________________________________________ 04.15 In Acts 8:36-37, what was the condition that Phillip gave to the Ethiopian Eunuch who wanted to be baptized?_______________________ 04.16 In your own words, what is baptism? ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ CONCLUSION: Baptism is a command of God, not to save us, but for us to picture salvation. It is an outward testimony to others that we are saved. Remember, baptism doesn't save. A wedding band doesn't make you married; it just tells people that you are. It is the same with baptism, it is an outward sign of an inward reality. Each person who is "born again" should receive believer's baptism at the earliest possible time. Read John 14:15.(Write the verse out here).
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