... their vows of dedication in that sacramental form and way which God has appointed? ...
With them the baptism of their children is the ordinance of name ...
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The Unity of the Church.
... So that the very Sacrament of Baptism, as prescribed by ... elders in every city, as
I had appointed thee[7 ... is a continuous office, a standing ordinance; not, indeed ...
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Special Preparation for Baptism.
... the heart, being a second remedy for sin, after Baptism. ... as by confession satisfaction
is appointed, and of ... by the Holy Ghost, apart from any human ordinance. ...
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Articles of Religion of the Reformed Episcopal Church in America. ...
... as meaning only a symbol or sign divinely appointed. ... The baptism of young children
is retained in this ... bread and the wine, by Christ's ordinance and commandment ...
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The Lord's Supper.
... used by Christ when He appointed this commemoration. ... even the catechumens, or candidates
for baptism, were obliged ... which was the corresponding ordinance of the ...
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Whether the Prayers of the Church, the Sacrifice of the Altar and ...
... all, why are they then baptized for them?" Therefore Baptism avails as ... Yet this seems
contrary to the ordinance of the Church which has appointed a special ...
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The Formation and Order of the Primitive Church.
... their subjection to Jesus, by whom this ordinance was appointed; and, lastly ... to the
gospel whs manifested by submission to the ordinance of baptism, in which ...
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The Baptist Confession of 1688.
... 1. Baptism and the Lord's Supper are ordinances of positive and sovereign institution,
appointed by the Lord Jesus, the ... 1. Baptism is an ordinance of the ...
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On the Church and Its Head
... done by God's constant and perpetual ordinance, according to ... Hence those persons
also whom God appointed to be ... been baptized with the external baptism of water ...
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Epistle Lxxii. To Jubaianus, Concerning the Baptism of Heretics.
... by divine direction by a certain law and by special ordinance, and that none ... or if
he approved of their faith or baptism, or if he appointed that perfidious ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookMatthew 28:19,20
Go you therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:Torrey's Topical Textbook
And he said to them, Go you into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
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Baptism For the Dead
Baptism of Fire
Baptism of the Holy Spirit
Baptism With the Holy Ghost and With Fire
Baptism With the Holy Spirit is Through Christ
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: All Saints Partake of
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: Christ Administered
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: Foretold
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: Necessity For
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: Promised to Saints
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: Renews and Cleanses the Soul
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: The Word of God Instrumental To
Baptism With the Holy Spirit: Typified
Baptism: Administered by Immersing the Whole Body of the Person In
Baptism: Administered to Households
Baptism: Administered to Individuals
Baptism: Administered to Only to Professing Believers
Baptism: Administered to Scriptures Supporting Infant Baptism
Baptism: Adopted by Christ
Baptism: Appointed an Ordinance of the Christian Church
Baptism: As Administered by John
Baptism: Confession of Sin Necessary To
Baptism: Emblematic of the Influences of the Holy Spirit
Baptism: Faith Necessary To
Baptism: Regeneration, the Inward and Spiritual Grace of
Baptism: Remission of Sins, Signified By
Baptism: Repentance Necessary To
Baptism: Sanctioned by Christ's Submission to It
Baptism: There is But One
Baptism: To be Administered in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy
Baptism: Unity of the Church Effected By
Baptism: Water, the Outward and Visible Sign In
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