Water baptism

Water baptism

 

 THE LIVING WORD CENTER, INC. Rev. Jay Werman, Director Sturdy guide for Doctrinal Foundation Topic: “Water baptism”; Symbolism of the inner change. Text base: Acts 8:36-40 Definition: The word used in Greek language for “Baptism” is “baptidzo” and it comes from the root “”bapto” which basically means, “to dip into” Luke 16:24; Rev. 19:13; John. 13:26. “To overwhelm with suffering”, Mt. 20:22-23; Luke. 12:50. “To bury into (Rom. 6:3-7; Col. 2:12) regardless of the element

3 Types of Baptism

3 Types of Baptism

 

 3 types of baptism in the New Testament: 1)- Water Baptism: which is perform by a minister. Water baptism doesn’t save anyone, since it is a symbolism of our internal experience. In other words, baptism in water is a way or form to exteriorized the experience of being born again. When we do that in from of witnesses, we are saying by that act that we were once death but in Christ we are resurrected.