I see that you had another question here when you said:
"I wonder why it doesn't say this was Jesus baptizing Peter?
When we look at the word [baptize] we can see the root word is to [wash] and this is what Jesus was doing to Peter. Many just look at the word [baptize] and they may think of either sprinkling or dunking one self into a pool of water. However, when we think of this word we want to be thinking [to wash] many times in the word you will here this word baptize and you will not see the word water mentioned anywhere this is a heads up to look at the context of the verse that it is spoken in as I said before this word baptism can have different meaning it can be to baptize one with literal water but it always means to [wash] it can mean to be baptized with the Holy Spirit, this is when the Lord cleans one by putting His Spirit within the one whom He saves this is the cleaning we all need this is the washing we all need. Thank you and can we take our next question please. Gary. 1 John 3:13-15
So are you saying this is where Peter was saved?
I wonder why it doesn't say this was Jesus baptizing Peter. You said baptizing was washing. Again, your doctrine has confused me and has me seeing contradictions.