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Anonymous

United States

#21 Oct 22, 2012
Guess this is why they say. There's two things you don't discuss religion and politics. I promise you this they will be peole in heaven that has never been baptized. People that's under the new law. Now we can argue this till we all are in heaven and then you can see you were wrong or we can agree to disagree. You can quote from any book you want but baptism is a display of faith just as speaking in tounges or receiving the holy ghost. I feel if your saved you should desire to but if you get saved on Sunday morning and die before your baptism as some these people are leading you to believe then I'm sure your not bound for hell
Roho

Oxford, MS

#22 Nov 2, 2012
Mark 15:16 does not say anything about Baptism.
anonymous

Shannon, MS

#23 Nov 2, 2012
Roho wrote:
Mark 15:16 does not say anything about Baptism.
My apologies,it is Mark 16:16."and" is a copulative comjunction.It joins two verbs of equal importance.Belief and baptism are both required for salvation.Niether is sufficient on its own.
wonder

United States

#24 Nov 2, 2012
And while everyone is on here arguing about religion someone is probably sick, or dying, or hurting, that could us a true Christians help!!!!
anonymous

Shannon, MS

#25 Nov 3, 2012
wonder wrote:
And while everyone is on here arguing about religion someone is probably sick, or dying, or hurting, that could us a true Christians help!!!!
What better way to truly help a person than to help them understand what the Bible says about salvation? You may give them food or clothing and feel good about your temporary help, but the one who teaches them the TRUTH will help them for eternity.
lala

United States

#26 Nov 15, 2012
Member wrote:
Some people say we are "bapticostal" jokingly. But it is true in the reguard that both Baptist and Pentecostal feel comfortable there. We preach and teach that the only way to heaven is by excepting Jesus as your savior, repenting of your sins and believing that Jesus gave himself to be crucified for payment of our sins and rose again on the 3rd day.
We also have the very best praise and worship in our area. That statement maybe opinion but its shared by a lot of people.
Come worship with us this Sunday morning at 10:45. God Bless and hope to see you there.
love this. Church first time.I went I got saved :) ready to bak cause I.would really like to set down Nd have a.talk with someone Bout.this Dec 21 stuff..ans I would love to go back to get closer to.the lord
Openureyes

United States

#27 Dec 6, 2012
Ok now I can be a bit critical when it comes to churches and that is wrong of me but with that being said I am also not going to candy coat anything including my own flaws, but when it comes to the Vinyard this church has the kindest folks I have ever known they have been their for my daughters pregnancy our spiritual development and Pastor Tracy is one of the greatest men I have ever known and if you skeptical on this please do your self a favor and come visit our church and look don't be as I have for so many years thinking you have to be living a certain standard before you start church man their our no perfect people at any church just believers in Christ who want to improve their lives with like minded Christians so don't keep looking for other ways of happiness God is the only real happiness come to our church feel the energy it will renew your soul and really Open Your Eyes,God Bless everyone
Bichon

Booneville, MS

#28 Dec 7, 2012
The Bible teaches to repent and be baptized for the remission of your sins.
I cannot count the number of times I have heard the red herring talking about dieing people in the hospital or getting killed on the way to be baptized as an excuse to nullify baptism. In these cases it is up to God to decide, however we all agree that after you die it is too late to be saved. I am thinking, how many times have the dieing people had a chance to repent and be baptized before they become terminally ill?
royal

United States

#29 Dec 7, 2012
Everywhere in the new testament people ask "what must I do", no where does it saying " just believe only". Paul believed after he was struck down by blindness , yet he was sent to someone to be baptized. Believers on Pentecost believed and they were told to be baptized. Philip preached to the Eunich and was immediately baptized, they all believed and were told what to do. If believing only is all, then why did they"do" something? Good moral people must also do something, even the angels believe and " tremble".
Bichon

Booneville, MS

#30 Dec 7, 2012
John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son and who so ever believes in him SHOULD have everlasting life. The key is SHOULD, not will which means something more that just believing is required.
David copperfielder

United States

#31 Dec 7, 2012
Leave the magic to me. It's amazing how many people believe they and only they can decifer the meaning of the bible. It's best if you do you and everyone else takes care of themselves. Remember your opinion is just that an opinion.

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