Baptism is a significant event in the life of a Christian, representing a public declaration of one’s faith in Jesus Christ and the washing away of sin. Our church has taught on this topic over the years, and we are excited to share with you a compilation of audio and video recordings of these sermons.
In this post, you will find seven videos that delve into various aspects of baptism, including its biblical basis, its pattern and mandate, and its significance in the lives of key figures such as Jesus Christ, the Ethiopian Eunuch, and Saul of Tarsus. We have also included a discussion on the superiority of the New Covenant, which sheds light on the relationship between baptism and the new life that comes through faith in Christ.
We hope that this collection of teachings will be a valuable resource for you in your personal study of the Word of God and your understanding of the significance of baptism in the life of a believer. Let us delve in together and explore this essential aspect of our faith.
Of Baptism and The Lord’s Supper – Cam Porter
6/26/2016 – Second London Baptist Confession, Chapter 28
Of Baptism – Cam Porter
5/20/2018 – Second London Baptist Confession, Chapter 29
The Baptisms of Jesus Christ
10/20/2019 – Matthew 3:16-17; 20:20-28
The Pattern, Mandate, and Context of Baptism
5/13/2012 – Hebrews 8; Matthew 28
There is a conspicuous pattern for Christian baptism in the book of Acts: those who believe the gospel are then baptized. This pattern is based on the Great Commission given by Jesus Christ and is necessary in light of the description of the New Covenant.
The Conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch
1/15/2023 – Acts 8:26-40
The Superiority of the New Covenant
1/5/2020 – Hebrews 8:1-13
The Baptism of Saul of Tarsus
8/4/2019 – Acts 9:17-25
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