Welcome to Sunday Sermon Share Day for 1/13/13
Today’s Subject: Sacrament
Today’s Scripture selections are:
II Corinthians 13:14 (to 1st .)
Micah 6:6–8; Jeremiah 7:21 (to ;), 22 I spake, 23
II Thessalonians 2:16,17
Highlights from today’s sermon:
Baptism is purification in Spirit, submersion by Spirit.
John the Baptist prophesied the coming of the immaculate Jesus, the Messiah who would baptize with the Holy Ghost.
Think about this, Jesus had John the Baptist baptize him—this baffled John, because he thought that he wasn’t worthy of this and if anything John should be getting baptized by Jesus. Jesus took part in material processes and methods for the advancement of spiritual good.
Through repentance, spiritual baptism, and regeneration, mortals put off their material beliefs. The purification of sense and self is proof of spiritual progress.
Message and Reminder from Natasha:
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