If a person is baptized for the remission of their sins having confessed faith in Christ, are they allowed to later claim that they were baptized out of improper motivation and thus be re-baptized and avoid the consequences of an unscriptural divorce and remarriage? There are a number of factors to consider as well as many arguments to answer. What say the Scriptures?
Is there such a thing as the Lord’s church? Are there saved people in the denominations of the religious world? In today’s sermon evangelist Ronny Wade contends that the church that Jesus built is not a part or a fraction of anything. It is the complete and total body of those people throughout the world who have been saved.
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Many Christians today fail to appreciate the benefit the Old Testament can bring to their daily walk. The Old Testament is often looked upon as a collection of interesting stories, and Israel is viewed as a forgotten people. Yet many of the New Testament writers base their teaching on an understanding of the Old Law and its people. To fail to study and appreciate the Old Covenant and people of God is to rob one’s self of important insights into the New Covenant and the New Kingdom. One such insight is provided by God in the parallel He establishes between physical Israel and spiritual Israel (the church).
is an evangelist of the Church of Christ in Arlington, Texas.