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A short mediation
Marco Massimiliano Soranno    [email]   ( Italy ) 2018-02-21     Views : 100     touched : 29
Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,
By professing the Gospel of the Water and the Spirit, we declare that our faith is secure.
Because having Jesus saved with the Water and the Blood, we can well say that we have an incorruptible legacy (1 Peter 1: 4). We know, in fact, that they have been redeemed in a perfect way through the blood of Christ (1 Peter 1: 18-19), which can not be detached from the water of His baptism (1 Peter 3:21).
Let's think about it: nothing that Jesus has done is superfluous for our salvation. When he was baptized by John the Baptist, he wanted to fulfill all righteousness (Matthew 3:15). Now if Christ had wanted to give us just one example, He would have said it clearly. Instead, this phrase reveals his desire to satisfy the Father who planned to transfer all the sins of the world on to His Son.
It is not true that we talk too much about baptism and little about the Cross, since the two facts of the life of Jesus are closely connected to each other. Instead, we believe that Water and Blood are the way the Lord has saved us. Whoever believes only in the Blood of Christ has an incomplete perception of his own salvation, but whoever professes faith also in the Water, recognizes himself fully saved, having all his own sins taken by Jesus at the time of baptism.
I invite everyone to deepen this biblical truth by reading the free Christian books we offer.
God bless you all.
Marco Massimiliano Soranno (Italy)

 

 
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