Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
Speaker: Mike Glenn
We understand how a dividing line works. A child might draw a line in the sand to create a separation between himself and others. Dividing lines signify a distinction between two things. From the beginning, God has already drawn a dividing line between his people and those who were not his people. Examples of such dividing lines are faith and obedience. Faith and obedience have always separated God’s people from those who were not His people. But there is another dividing line that is often overlooked by many. But it is all too important to ignore. That dividing line is water.
8/27/17 a.m. sermon
If I were to say to you, come and be fed, and you would be filled, what would have to happen in order for you to be filled? So why do so many balk when Jesus says, “he who believes and is baptized will be saved?” Baptism is essential to salvation, and the New Testament concept is foreshadowed going back as far as Noah in the Ark. In this lesson we take a look at this essential part of God’s plan fr our salvation.