The Drama of Baptism | Acts 8: 36 39 & Col 2: 11 12

The Drama of Baptism | Acts 8: 36 39 & Col 2: 11 12

Jesus’ last command to His disciples was for them to make disciples – followers of Jesus Christ – of all nations, by doing three things: going to the nations, baptizing the nations and teaching the nations (Matt 28:18-20), and this they did. Through the narrative of Acts the call of the early church was to repent and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and be baptized. In this study we will break from the normal expositional teaching throughout Acts and look at the significance of baptism, that we might continue to be faithful, obedient followers of Christ. In this study we learn that baptism is a command to be obeyed by every believer that dramatizes the gospel.

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