Not All Baptisms
are the Same Acts 19.1-10
Why are we always talking
about BAPTISM?
Because we want you to be
SAVED, and go to heaven.
And because some teach that
baptism for the forgiveness of
sins is not necessary for
salvation.
“you have known the sacred
writings that are able to
instruct you for salvation
through faith in Christ Jesus.”
— 2 Timoth...
“If you continue in My word,
you are truly My disciples;
and you will know the truth,
and the truth will make you
free.”
—...
What does the BIBLE teach
about what is necessary for
my SALVATION?
“For God so loved the world
that He gave His only Son, so
that everyone who believes in
Him may not perish but may
have et...
“Jesus came to Galilee,
proclaiming the good news of
God, and saying, ‘The time is
fulfilled, and the kingdom of
God has co...
“The one who believes and is
baptized will be saved; but
the one who does not believe
will be condemned.”
— Mark 16.15-16
Repent and Believe
Believe and Baptized
SAVED
}
Which of these is
NOT necessary?
Mark 1.14-15
Mark 16.15-16
Baptism is a transliteration of
a Greek word meaning
‘immersion or submersion’.
What is the purpose of baptism?
“The one who believes and is
baptized will be saved; but
the one who does not believe
will...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“Repent, and be baptized
every one of you in the
name of Jesus Christ so that
your sins ma...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“And now why do you delay?
Get up, be baptized, and
have your sins washed away,
calling on...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“Do you not know that all of
us who have been baptized
into Christ Jesus were
baptized int...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“Therefore we have been
buried with Him by baptism
into death, so that, just as
Christ was...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“For if we have been united
with Him in a death like His,
we will certainly be united
with...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“We know that our old self
was crucified with Him so
that the body of sin might
be destroye...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“As many of you as were
baptized into Christ have
clothed yourselves with
Christ.”
— Galat...
What is the purpose of baptism?
“And baptism, which this
prefigured, now saves you.”
— 1 Peter 3.21
To me, there is a clear
connection between baptism and
salvation based on the previous
scriptures.
Believe Jesus is the Son of God
Repent of your sins
Baptized into Christ
+
+
Salvation
An Interesting Passage
about Baptism
Acts 19.1-10
12 Ephesian Disciples
Did you
receive the
Holy Spirit
when you
believed?
No, we have
not even heard
that there is a
Holy S...
Into what
then were
you
baptized?
Into John’s
baptism.
12 Ephesian Disciples
12 Ephesian Disciples
John’s baptized
with the baptism of
repentance, telling people
to believe in the one who
was to come...
John’s baptism is not the same
as baptism into Christ.
John’s Baptism Jesus’ Baptism
Repentance
(Mark 1.4; Luke 3.3;
Acts 13.24; 19.4)
Forgiveness of
Sins
(Acts 2.38)
People of ...
So the 12 Ephesians
were baptized “in
the name of the
Lord Jesus”.
So the 12 Ephesians
were baptized “in
the name of the
Lord Jesus”.
W
HY?
Because John’s baptism
didn’t save them.
Jesus’ baptism saves!
Were YOU saved when
you were baptized?
Four Aspects of the
Baptism that Saves...
Four Aspects of the
Baptism that Saves...
1) Candidate
2) Purpose
3) Authority
4) Action
Baptism that Saves...
1) The proper CANDIDATE.
Baptism that Saves...
1) The proper CANDIDATE.
One who believes (Mark 16.16).
Repents (Acts 2.38).
Confesses (Romans 10.10...
Baptism that Saves...
1) The proper CANDIDATE.
This excludes...
someone who is without sin.
Baptism that Saves...
1) The proper CANDIDATE.
This excludes...
someone who doesn’t believe
Jesus is the Son of God.
Baptism that Saves...
1) The proper CANDIDATE.
This excludes...
someone who will not
repent of their sins.
Baptism that Saves...
1) The proper CANDIDATE.
This excludes...
infants.
(Ecclesiastes 7.29; Ezekiel 18.20)
Baptism that Saves...
2) The proper PURPOSE.
Baptism that Saves...
2) The proper PURPOSE.
For the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2.38).
Salvation (Mark 16.16).
Into Christ ...
Baptism that Saves...
2) The proper PURPOSE.
This excludes...
being baptized to please
one’s parents or friends.
Baptism that Saves...
2) The proper PURPOSE.
This excludes...
being baptized because
one thinks they are
already saved (a ...
Baptism that Saves...
2) The proper PURPOSE.
This excludes...
being baptized to
join a local church.
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
“baptizing them in the name of
the Father, and of the Son and of
the Holy S...
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
“Be baptized every one of you in the
name of Jesus Christ” (Acts 2.38).
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
“be baptized in the name of
Jesus Christ” (Acts 10.48).
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
“baptized in the name of the
Lord Jesus” (Acts 19.5).
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
This excludes...
John’s baptism (Acts 19.3).
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
This excludes...
being baptized in
a man’s name.
Baptism that Saves...
3) The proper AUTHORITY.
This excludes...
being baptized in a
church’s name.
Baptism that Saves...
4) The proper ACTION.
Baptism that Saves...
4) The proper ACTION.
Immersion (Romans 6.3-4;
Colossians 2.12).
Baptism that Saves...
4) The proper ACTION.
This excludes...
sprinkling or pouring.
Do you know that you are
guilty of sin and are facing
God’s wrath?
Do you believe that Jesus is
the Christ the Son of God?
Are you ready to repent of
your sin?
Will you confess that Jesus
is the Christ the Son of God?
Are you ready to be baptized
in the name of Jesus for the
forgiveness of your sins?
If you have been baptized
was it baptism that saves?
If you have been baptized
was it baptism that saves?
Were you a proper candidate?
Were you baptized for the proper purpose...
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The Bible teaches that baptism for the forgiveness of sins is necessary for our salvation. The example of the 12 disciples in Ephesus helps us understand that not all “baptisms” are the same. There are four aspects of baptism that saves: 1) Proper Candidate; 2) Proper Purpose; 3) Proper Authority; 4) Proper Action.

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  1. 1. Not All Baptisms are the Same Acts 19.1-10
  2. 2. Why are we always talking about BAPTISM?
  3. 3. Because we want you to be SAVED, and go to heaven.
  4. 4. And because some teach that baptism for the forgiveness of sins is not necessary for salvation.
  5. 5. “you have known the sacred writings that are able to instruct you for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus.” — 2 Timothy 3.15
  6. 6. “If you continue in My word, you are truly My disciples; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” — John 8.30-31
  7. 7. What does the BIBLE teach about what is necessary for my SALVATION?
  8. 8. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not perish but may have eternal life.” — John 3.16
  9. 9. “Jesus came to Galilee, proclaiming the good news of God, and saying, ‘The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God has come near; repent, and believe in the good news.” — Mark 1.14-15
  10. 10. “The one who believes and is baptized will be saved; but the one who does not believe will be condemned.” — Mark 16.15-16
  11. 11. Repent and Believe Believe and Baptized SAVED } Which of these is NOT necessary? Mark 1.14-15 Mark 16.15-16
  12. 12. Baptism is a transliteration of a Greek word meaning ‘immersion or submersion’.
  13. 13. What is the purpose of baptism? “The one who believes and is baptized will be saved; but the one who does not believe will be condemned.” — Mark 16.16
  14. 14. What is the purpose of baptism? “Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ so that your sins may be forgiven; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” — Acts 2.38
  15. 15. What is the purpose of baptism? “And now why do you delay? Get up, be baptized, and have your sins washed away, calling on His name.” — Acts 22.16
  16. 16. What is the purpose of baptism? “Do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death.” — Romans 6.3
  17. 17. What is the purpose of baptism? “Therefore we have been buried with Him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life.” — Romans 6.4
  18. 18. What is the purpose of baptism? “For if we have been united with Him in a death like His, we will certainly be united with Him in a resurrection like His.” — Romans 6.5
  19. 19. What is the purpose of baptism? “We know that our old self was crucified with Him so that the body of sin might be destroyed, and we might no longer be enslaved to sin.” — Romans 6.6
  20. 20. What is the purpose of baptism? “As many of you as were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.” — Galatians 3.27
  21. 21. What is the purpose of baptism? “And baptism, which this prefigured, now saves you.” — 1 Peter 3.21
  22. 22. To me, there is a clear connection between baptism and salvation based on the previous scriptures.
  23. 23. Believe Jesus is the Son of God Repent of your sins Baptized into Christ + + Salvation
  24. 24. An Interesting Passage about Baptism Acts 19.1-10
  25. 25. 12 Ephesian Disciples Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed? No, we have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit.
  26. 26. Into what then were you baptized? Into John’s baptism. 12 Ephesian Disciples
  27. 27. 12 Ephesian Disciples John’s baptized with the baptism of repentance, telling people to believe in the one who was to come after him, that is, Jesus.
  28. 28. John’s baptism is not the same as baptism into Christ.
  29. 29. John’s Baptism Jesus’ Baptism Repentance (Mark 1.4; Luke 3.3; Acts 13.24; 19.4) Forgiveness of Sins (Acts 2.38) People of Israel (Acts 13.24) All nations (Matthew 28.19) Believe on Jesus (Acts 19.4) In Jesus’ Name (Matthew 28.19; Acts 2.38; 19.5)
  30. 30. So the 12 Ephesians were baptized “in the name of the Lord Jesus”.
  31. 31. So the 12 Ephesians were baptized “in the name of the Lord Jesus”. W HY?
  32. 32. Because John’s baptism didn’t save them. Jesus’ baptism saves!
  33. 33. Were YOU saved when you were baptized?
  34. 34. Four Aspects of the Baptism that Saves...
  35. 35. Four Aspects of the Baptism that Saves... 1) Candidate 2) Purpose 3) Authority 4) Action
  36. 36. Baptism that Saves... 1) The proper CANDIDATE.
  37. 37. Baptism that Saves... 1) The proper CANDIDATE. One who believes (Mark 16.16). Repents (Acts 2.38). Confesses (Romans 10.10).
  38. 38. Baptism that Saves... 1) The proper CANDIDATE. This excludes... someone who is without sin.
  39. 39. Baptism that Saves... 1) The proper CANDIDATE. This excludes... someone who doesn’t believe Jesus is the Son of God.
  40. 40. Baptism that Saves... 1) The proper CANDIDATE. This excludes... someone who will not repent of their sins.
  41. 41. Baptism that Saves... 1) The proper CANDIDATE. This excludes... infants. (Ecclesiastes 7.29; Ezekiel 18.20)
  42. 42. Baptism that Saves... 2) The proper PURPOSE.
  43. 43. Baptism that Saves... 2) The proper PURPOSE. For the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2.38). Salvation (Mark 16.16). Into Christ (Romans 6.3).
  44. 44. Baptism that Saves... 2) The proper PURPOSE. This excludes... being baptized to please one’s parents or friends.
  45. 45. Baptism that Saves... 2) The proper PURPOSE. This excludes... being baptized because one thinks they are already saved (a public confession of faith).
  46. 46. Baptism that Saves... 2) The proper PURPOSE. This excludes... being baptized to join a local church.
  47. 47. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY.
  48. 48. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. “baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28.19).
  49. 49. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. “Be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ” (Acts 2.38).
  50. 50. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. “be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ” (Acts 10.48).
  51. 51. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. “baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus” (Acts 19.5).
  52. 52. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. This excludes... John’s baptism (Acts 19.3).
  53. 53. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. This excludes... being baptized in a man’s name.
  54. 54. Baptism that Saves... 3) The proper AUTHORITY. This excludes... being baptized in a church’s name.
  55. 55. Baptism that Saves... 4) The proper ACTION.
  56. 56. Baptism that Saves... 4) The proper ACTION. Immersion (Romans 6.3-4; Colossians 2.12).
  57. 57. Baptism that Saves... 4) The proper ACTION. This excludes... sprinkling or pouring.
  58. 58. Do you know that you are guilty of sin and are facing God’s wrath?
  59. 59. Do you believe that Jesus is the Christ the Son of God?
  60. 60. Are you ready to repent of your sin?
  61. 61. Will you confess that Jesus is the Christ the Son of God?
  62. 62. Are you ready to be baptized in the name of Jesus for the forgiveness of your sins?
  63. 63. If you have been baptized was it baptism that saves?
  64. 64. If you have been baptized was it baptism that saves? Were you a proper candidate? Were you baptized for the proper purpose? Was your baptism under the proper authority? Was it the proper action?

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