The Lord Who Provides

The Lord Who Provides

We are talking about the importance of baptism, the declaration that we know Christ as our personal Savior.

We call ourselves Christians, it identifies us as followers of Christ.  One of the most significant characteristics of a Christian is to walk in obedience.  Jesus explained this repeatedly during his ministry.  He explained that faith is necessary for our salvation, but then he said that “if you love me you will keep my commandments.”

People watch us to see if as Christians we conform to what Jesus taught.  We are taught to go out and preach the gospel to all the world, and baptism shows  the world their willingness to follow Christ in obedience.

When we do this, when we are obedient. God tells us he will be with us always.

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