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Salvation Plan

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Salvation Plan




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Salvation Plan = Repentance, Water Baptism, Spirit Filled, Holy living.


The Proof:


Repentance – John the Baptist, “Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand; Jesus, “Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand; Peter, “Repent and be baptized everyone of you, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and you shall be filled with the gift of the Holy Ghost.

Water Baptism – “There is only one LORD, one faith and ONE BAPTISM. - Ephesians 4.5.

Water – Can any man forbid WATER that these should not be baptized? Acts 10:47.

Much Water – “John also was baptizing at Aenon – Because there was much WATER there. – John 3:23

Into The Water – “And they went both down into the WATER, both Phillip and the Eunich: and he baptized him. – Acts 8:38

Out of the Water – “They come up OUT OF THE WATER.” – Acts 8:39

Buried in Water – “We are BURIED with Him by baptism into death.” – Romans 6:5

Planted in Water – “We have been planted together in the likeness of his death.” Romans 6:5


Jesus said, “He that believeth and is BAPTIZED shall be saved”. – Mark 16:16. Peter said, “There were 8 saved by WATER in Noah’s time – the like figure even Baptism doth also now SAVE US.” I Peter 3:20, 21.


Peter having the keys to the kingdom said, “Repent, and be BAPTIZED EVERY ONE OF YOU in the name of Jesus Christ for the REMISSION of SINS”. – Acts 2:38. Since Baptism is important to Salvation and that immersion and not sprinkling is the Bible method, don’t you think you should be baptized right before it is too late?




Jesus taught – That repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name beginning at Jerusalem. – Luke 24:47


Peter obeyed – Repent and be baptized everyone of you in the NAME of JESUS CHRIST for the remission of sins. – Acts 2:38-39


Samaritans – They were baptized in the NAME of the LORD JESUS. – Acts 8:16


Gentiles were commanded – He commanded them to be baptized in the NAME of the Lord Jesus. – Acts 10:48


Paul Re-baptized – When they heard this they were baptized in the NAME of the Lord Jesus. – Ephesians. Acts 19:3-5


NO OTHER NAME FOR SALVATION – There is none other name under heaven whereby we MUST BE SAVED. – Acts 4:10-12


Everything done in Jesus name – Whatsoever you do in word or in deed, do ALL IN THE NAME OF THE LORD JESUS. – Colossians 3:17


The above scriptures are not given to refute Matthew 28:19 where Jesus told Apostles to baptize in the name of the Father, & of the Son, & of the Holy Ghost. They merely show how the command was interpreted and obeyed by them. Ask any English scholar and they would tell you that “name” singular (it does not say “names of”) form would be improper English to be followed by three (titles) words. It was talking about a single name, as explained below.


The Apostles knew what most religious leaders of today fail to recognize. First: That the Lord Jesus Christ is the family name. Ephesians 3:15; Second: That the fullness of the Godhead (deity or God) dwelleth bodily in Christ. Colossians 2:9.


They knew the name of the Son was Jesus. – Matthew 1:21. They knew that the Son came in the Father’s name. John 5:43. They also knew that the Holy Ghost was the Spirit of Christ and would come in Jesus name. – John 14:26


The name Jesus means “Jehovah is Salvation”. – Faussets Bible Encyclopedia – Page 359. Christ means “The anointed One”, as it was HE who was anointed to bring salvation.


BRITANICA ENCYCLOPEDIA – 11th Edition, Volume 3, Pg. 365-366

The Baptismal formula was changed from the name of Jesus Christ to the words Father, Son & Holy Ghost by Catholic Church in the Second Century.



Everywhere in the oldest sources it states that baptism took place in the name of Jesus Christ.



The early church always baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus until development of Trinity doctrine in 2nd. Century.



Here the Catholics acknowledged that baptism was changed by the Catholic Church.


HASTINGS ENCYCLOPEDIA – Volume 2, Pg. 377, 378 & 389

Christian baptism was administered using the words, “in the name of Jesus”. The use of a Trinitarian formula of any sort was not suggests in early church history. Baptism was always in the name of Lord Jesus Christ until time of Justin Martyr when Triune formula used.



Justine Martyr was one of the early Fathers of the Roman Catholic Church.


HASTINGS ENCYCLOPEDIA – Volume 2, Pg. 377 on Acts 2:28

Name was an ancient synonym for “person”. Payment was always made in name of some person referring to ownership. Therefore one being baptized in Jesus name became His personal property. “Ye are Christs.”



The term “Trinity” was originated by Tertullian, A Roman Catholic Church Father.




JOHN CALVIN (Presbyterian) – “The word baptize” signifies to immerse. It is certain that immersion was the practice of the primitive church.”


MARTIN LUTHER (Lutheran) – “Baptism is a Greek word, and may be translated “immerse”. I would have those who are to be baptized to be altogether dipped”.


JOHN WESLEY (Methodist) – “The Bible term, buried with Him by baptism alludes to the ancient manner of baptizing by immersion.”


WALL (Episcopal) – “Immersion was in all probability the way in which our blessed savior, and for certain the way in which all early Christians were baptized.”


BRENNER (Catholic) – “For the first thirteen hundred years baptism was an immersion of the person under water.”


STOUDZA (A Native Greek) – “The verb” “Baptize” has only one meaning. It signified to plunge. Baptism & immersion are identical. To say baptism by sprinkling would be to say immersion by sprinkling.”


JEREMIAH (A Greek Patriot) – “The ancient did not sprinkle the candidate, but immersed him.”


WHITFIELD (Methodist) – “It is certain that the word buried in the text, Romans 6:4 alludes to the matter of baptizing by immersion.”


- Compiled by Lewis Manuwal




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