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Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
Baptism: Principles and Practices
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  • 1. Study Series 7
    BAPTISM Principles and Practices
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  • 2. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    PURPOSE
    To teach the meaning and importance of baptism.
    We recommend this study for those who have done the repentance study and show willingness to repent. For a religious nation like the Philippines, we should avoid making baptism the issue because it is not. The central study is actually the repentance study, and baptism should be seen only as part of a person’s response to the gospel. 
    For religious people, we also suggest making a timeline of the religious events in their life. This will aid in explaining the point or moment when a person is saved. For other issues, use toolbox studies.
    NOTE:
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  • 3. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Introduction:
    Different parts of the Bible have different time perspectives about conversion.
    OT:Has foreshadows of conversion (faith, repentance, &baptism).
    Gospels:Look forward to conversion.
    * John the Baptist’s ministry showed baptism as a response to the message. Jesus points to his death as the central theme for salvation.
    Acts:Shows conversions happening in the present.
    Epistles:Look backward at Christian conversion.
    For this study we will focus on baptism as essential to a NT conversion.
    Definition:Gk ‘baptisma’ primarily means dipping or immersion, from the verb ‘baptidzo’.
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  • 4. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Acts 2:36-39
    36"Therefore let all Israel be assured of this: God has made this Jesus, whom you crucified, both Lord and Christ.“ 37When the people heard this, they were cut to the heart and said to Peter and the other apostles, "Brothers, what shall we do?“  38Peter replied, "Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. 39The promise is for you and your children and for all who are far off—for all whom the Lord our God will call."
    TAGALOG
    38Sinabi ni Pedro sakanila: Magsisi kayo at magpabawtismosapangalanniJesucristopatungkolsapagpapatawadnginyongmgakasalanan. At tatanggapinninyoangkaloobna Banal na Espiritu. 39Ito ay sapagkatangpangakongito ay parasainyo at sainyongmgaanak at salahatngnasamalayogaano man karamiangtawaginngatingPanginoonDiyos.
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  • 5. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Acts 2:36-39
    First “Christian sermon” at Pentecost to a non-Christian audience.
    What was Peter’s directive to them?
    Repentance
    Forgiveness of sin
    and
    Gift of the Spirit
    Baptism
    Remember, the two resultant key elements are the forgiveness of sins and the gift (or indwelling) of the Holy Spirit.
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  • 6. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Ephesians 4:4-6
    4There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to one hope when you were called— 5one Lord, one faith, one baptism; 6one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.
    TAGALOG
    4Mayroong isangkatawan at isang Espiritu kung papaanongtinawag din kayo saisangpag-asanginyongpagkatawag.
    5Mayroong isangPanginoon, isangpananampalataya, isangbawtismo. 6Mayroong isangDiyos at Amanglahatnanakakahigitsalahat. Siya ay nasalahat at nasainyonglahat.
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  • 7. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Ephesians 4:4-6
    This passage defines the basic areas of doctrine – baptism is one of them.
    One Spirit
    One Body
    One God
    And Father of All
    One Hope
    One Baptism
    One Lord
    One Faith
    Christian baptism is essential and there is only one.
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  • 8. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Romans 6:3-4
    3Or don't you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? 4We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life.
    TAGALOG
    3Hindi baninyonalalamannatayongmganabawtismuhankay Cristo Jesus ay nabawtismuhansakaniyangkamatayan? 4Kaya nga, tayo ay inilibingnakasamaniyasapamamagitanngbawtismosakamatayan. Sa pamamagitanngkaluwalhatianngAma, si Cristo ay ibinangonmulasamgapatay. Sa gayundingparaandapattayonglumakadsapanibagongbuhay.
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  • 9. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Romans 6:3-4
    Paul looks back at conversion. He was reminding the Roman disciples of their baptism.
    What happens at baptism?
    Baptism is a participation in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
    * Participates in the Death of Jesus
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  • 10. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Romans 6:3-4
    Paul looks back at conversion. He was reminding the Roman disciples of their baptism.
    What happens at baptism?
    Baptism is a participation in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
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  • 11. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Romans 6:3-4
    Paul looks back at conversion. He was reminding the Roman disciples of their baptism.
    What happens at baptism?
    Baptism is a participation in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
    * Participates in the Burial of Jesus
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  • 12. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Romans 6:3-4
    Paul looks back at conversion. He was reminding the Roman disciples of their baptism.
    What happens at baptism?
    Baptism is a participation in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
    * Participates in the Resurrection of Jesus
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  • 13. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Romans 6:3-4
    Paul looks back at conversion. He was reminding the Roman disciples of their baptism.
    What happens at baptism?
    Baptism is a participation in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
    * He is now a NEW CREATION!
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  • 14. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    1 Peter 3:21
    21and this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also—not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a good conscience toward God. It saves you by the resurrection of Jesus Christ,
    TAGALOG
    21Ang tubignaiyonanglarawanngbawtismonangayon ay nagliligtassaatin. Hindi sapaglilinisngkarumihanngmakasalananglikaskundiangtugonngisangmalinisnabudhisaDiyos. Ito ay sapamamagitanngpagkabuhaymuliniJesucristo.
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  • 15. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    1 Peter 3:21
    Paul looks back at conversion. He states that floodwater symbolizes baptism (not vice versa!)
    Baptism is an appeal (RSV, more literal translation of the Greek) towards God.
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  • 16. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Colossians 2:12
    12having been buried with him in baptism and raised with himthrough your faith in the power of God, who raised him from the dead.
    12Kayo ay inilibingnakasamaniyasapamamagitanngbawtismo. Dito, kayo rinnaman ay mulingbinuhaynakasamaniyasapamamagitannginyongpananampalataya, sapaggawangDiyosnabumuhaysakaniyamulasamgapatay.
    Faith is essential in baptism (being ‘buried’ and ‘raised’ with Christ.
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  • 17. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    Acts 2:46; 8:39; 16:34
    2:46Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts,
    8:39When they came up out of the water, the Spirit of the Lord suddenly took Philip away, and the eunuch did not see him again, but went on his way rejoicing.
    16:34The jailer brought them into his house and set a meal before them; he was filled with joy because he had come to believe in God—he and his whole family.
    How did the first century converts feel after being baptized?
    Can you name some reason why you might feel the same?
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  • 18. BAPTISM: Principles and Practices
    OPTIONAL VERSES
    To Show That:
    Belief and baptism go hand in hand; Mk 16:16
    Repentance before baptism is essential; Lk 3:7-9
    Baptism is immersion “into” water and is part of the good news; Ac 8:26-38
    We need to be urgent for baptism; Ac 22:16
    Hearing and accepting the word leads to baptism;
    Ac 16:31-33
    Being born again involves water and spirit, John 3:1-5
    Obedience is at times needed to gain the blessing; an apparent OT foreshadow of baptism; 2 Ki 5:1-14
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