Baptismal Registation FAQ

What is baptism?

          Baptism is a process of cleansing. You can be baptized by water, fire, and the Holy Spirit. Traditionally those who accept Jesus as Lord and enter the Kingdom of Heaven are baptized by water.

What is the purpose of water baptism?

          Baptism is a public declaration of your allegiance to Jesus Christ. As you pass through the waters, baptism symbolizes the drowning of the Old Man, born of the flesh, and the emerging of the New Creation, born of the Spirit.

          The waters of baptism represent the escape from the world system, which is under divine judgment. When we are baptized, we are baptized into Christ's death. Death puts an end to our relationship with the world system, but baptism also represents a new birth into Christ Jesus as Sovereign Lord.

How do I find a pastor from a Church of the Kingdom of Heaven to baptize me?

          You don't need to find a pastor. A believer can baptize you in a lake, river, or even the bathtub. Study Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38; Acts 8:26-40; Romans, Chapter 6; Galatians 3:27-29; and the other New Testament references to baptism.

          The believer doing the baptizing usually reads some scripture on baptism, such as Romans, Chapter 6. Then he asks for your oral confession, preferably before witnesses, that you give your allegiance to Jesus Christ and renounce your allegiance to all worldly governments. Then he says, "Upon the authority of Jesus Christ, the Head of the Church, and in obedience to the Great Commission, I baptize you, (name), in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit." Immediately he submerges you under the water for a moment.

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