#1 Eph 4:4-6 There is one body(the Church), and one Spirit(Holy Ghost), even as ye are called in one hope(our hope is in Jesus) of your calling;One Lord(Jesus Christ), one faith (faith of the Son of God), one baptism (baptism of the church in to one body on day of Pentecost),One God and Father( our Heavenly Father) of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.
---Debbie on 3/31/08|
There are a number of baptisms mentioned:
The three main ones are, (and remember "baptism means to put within")
Baptism in the body - by the Holy SpiritRom.6:3-11, 1 Cor 12:13
Then there is (and these can be in either order):
Water baptism - in water by a man Matt. 28:19
Holy Spirit Baptism - by Jesus into the Holy Spirit Matt. 3:11, Acts 1:5, 2:1-4 etc
---Bruce5656 on 8/8/07|
Yes 2 babtisms ,one your born again the other is of maturing in your walk with Christ.
---rev._chris on 3/6/07|
There is water baptism, and there is the baptisim in the Holy Spirit.
---Helen_5378 on 6/26/06|
There are several baptisms listed in the bible:
1. The new birth or baptised into the body of Christ(1Corinthians 12:13)
2. Baptism in the Holy Spirit[Matthew 3:11; Mark 1:8; Luke 3:16; John 1:33]
3. Baptism in water [Matthew 28:19]
4. John's Baptism--Baptism unto repentance; it was OT
5. Baptism in Jesus' Name--for Jews converting from Judeoism to Christianity(Acts 2)
6. Parting of the red sea
---Rickey on 6/26/06|
John's baptism was old testament. He was baptizing unto repentance. He was preparing the way for Jesus to start His ministry.(Matthew3:11)
---Rickey on 6/26/06|
Yes two baptisms..(John's baptism with water for repentanc,e and Jesus' baptism of the Holy Ghost for power for witnessing) Acts 1:5 For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence.
---Allan on 6/26/06|
#2 This one baptism is speaking of the one baptism that took place on the day of Pentecost when the Church on that day was all baptized into one body. There after when anyone receives the infilling of the Spirit, they are not actually baptized , but filled with the Spirit. There was actually only one Baptism, concerning the Spirit, as it says here in Scripture. There is also water baptism which is a outward showing that we have been saved and enter into Christ's death, burial and resurrection.
---Debbie on 6/26/06|