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The Old Testament Gives a Prophetic Picture of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit

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Water Baptism

  By Nathaniel J. Wilson The following is an important story about greatness: “Then came to him the mother of Zebedee’s children with her sons, worshipping him, and desiring a certain thing of him. And he said unto her, What wilt thou? She saith unto him, Grant that these my two sons may sit, the […]

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What We Mean When We Say

By Robert L. Wehlen Here are a few terms and expressions that are often heard in our services. We try to use these terms and expressions as the Bible uses them. Our hope is that this information will be helpful as you worship God with us. Amen A Hebrew exclamation meaning “so be it,” “truly,” […]

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How to Talk to Someone About Repenting and Being Baptized

How to Talk to Someone About Repenting and Being Baptized. By Tim Downs, Evangelist This is what I say when approaching someone about being saved. Hey how are you? Are you busy? I have a question for you. This is a really important question, are you ready? (make sure you smile really big). Do you […]

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Baptism

Baptism G. D. Cremeans Matthew 28:19 or Acts 2:38 There are many people who do not even believe that water baptism is essential to salvation, notwithstanding the fact that Jesus said, “Except a man is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.” Those who do believe in water […]

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Oneness Pentecostal Origins by David Reed

                ONENESS PENTECOSTAL ORIGINS   by  David Reed  In the history of our world many new movements have been born In the womb of expectancy. The worldwide Pentecostal Camp meeting set in Los Angeles April 15, 1913 was no expectation. It had been advertised for months and the crowds were overwhelming. A well known powerful Evangelist […]

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Baptism in Jesus’ Name, Early 1800’s by Thomas Weisser

                     BAPTISM IN JESUS’ NAME EARLY 1800’S By: Thomas Weisser A FEW WORDS OF OBVIOUS TRUTH The hypothesis of a triune Deity, or, as the subject of the hypothesis is more commonly designated, a Trinity in Unity and Unity in Trinity, is, in the present state of biblical knowledge, based on a single text of […]

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