Baptism - it has certainly been the subject of many arguments and divisions among Christians, but what exactly is baptism all about? The gospel teaches us that we are saved by faith and not by works, so why is this ritual so important in the church? In other words, why should you care about baptism today? All of these questions will be discussed this Sunday as we look to God’s Word for the answers.
Read this week’s Bible passage: Isaiah 43:1-7; Luke 3:15-17 & 21-22 [NIV]
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With the start of a new year, it's a great time to turn our attention to new beginnings. This Sunday we'll be looking at a particular new beginning, in the Book of Philemon - the shortest of Paul's letters in the Bible - unpacking this rich piece of text and, hopefully, stirring our own hearts with new depths of appreciation for the gospel and a new hunger for God's Word.
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Books of the Bible background info and summaries on BibleStudyTools.com