Whether it was Becoming, when Christ was Baptized that the ...
... we might know, from what was accomplished in Christ, that after being washed in
the waters of baptism the Holy ... declares us to have become the adopted sons of ...
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Whether Christ's Temptation Should have Taken Place after his Fast ...
... according to what is said of Christ, that "Jesus began to do and to teach" (Acts
1:1). Consequently, immediately after His baptism Christ adopted an austere ...
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The Fire to be Kindled. --The Baptism of Sufferings. ...
... but I have still the baptism of suffering to ... view, which, by the way, was adopted
(among the ... word sune'chomai, thus apprehended, was Christ's first expression ...
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... it is evident that he had already adopted the principles ... crucified his Master, he
assisted in the baptism of three ... of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the ...
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Of the Necessity of Baptism to Salvation.
... they, however, were not companions of Christ, but enemies ... Junius, is adopted here
in preference to Oehler's ... seems to allow that sprinkling is baptism, but not ...
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... A. Baptism is a Sacrament which cleanses us from Original Sin ... "Christians," that
is, members of the Church of Christ. ... Children of God," that is, adopted children ...
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Not Like unto Us.
... This appears from the events immediately following the Baptism. St. ... the fact of the
inability of the human nature which Christ had adopted to accomplish ...
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The Baptist Confession of 1688.
... It was adopted early in the eighteenth century by the ... Church polity and on the subjects
and mode of baptism. ... shall be gathered into one, under Christ, the head ...
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Of the Reason Why Forty Generations (Not Including Christ Himself) ...
... not at the commencement of his Gospel, but at the point of Christ's baptism, and
gives ... he was begotten of him, but only on the ground that he was adopted by him ...
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Faustus Recurs to the Genealogical Difficulty and Insists that ...
... from heaven at the time of the baptism, therefore, according ... of David, and had somehow
been adopted from the ... name Son of David would be applicable to Christ. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookJohn 3:22
After these things came Jesus and his disciples into the land of Judaea; and there he tarried with them, and baptized.Torrey's Topical Textbook
When therefore the LORD knew how the Pharisees had heard that Jesus made and baptized more disciples than John,
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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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