- Greetings to you in the precious name of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We came to the end of 2000 year. It is time to review our selves for the past oneMessage 1 of 1 , Dec 4, 2000View SourceGreetings to you in the precious name of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We came to the end of 2000 year. It is time to review our selves for the past one year. And we like to hear from you. Please send your spiritual life. how jesus blessed you and what ever you want to write, Write to us in 20 - 30 lines. We are going to create a page for every one to read at http://www.gjthimothy.com/ourtestimonies (PAGE IS NOT THERE NOW). It will fill with all testimonies by jan20001RegardsTimothyConfusion About Baptism of the Holy Spirit
There is an improper understanding of the distinctiveness of the church to this age. This leads to confusion about the baptizing work of the Holy Spirit which forms the church. If one believes that the church began with Abraham or with John the Baptist, then it will be difficult to understand the distinctiveness of the baptism of the Spirit to this age, and what that baptism accomplishes.
There is an overbalance on the doctrine of water baptism, which often obscures the doctrine of Spirit baptism. If the two truths are not distinguished, it is usually the truth of Spirit baptism that is lost, for it is regarded simply as another way of talking about water baptism.
The association of baptism with the gift of tongues multiplies confusion. Of course, if speaking with tongues is the evidence of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, then the baptism does not come at the time of salvation, nor is it experienced by all Christians. Some, to justify the association of baptism with tongues, attempt to make a distinction between the baptism by the spirit of I Corinthians 12:13, which places one into the body of Christ, and the baptism with the Spirit of Acts 1:5, which brings tongues. However, in both verses, the baptism is described as "en pneumati," and it would seem risky, at best, to build two separate doctrines on exactly the same phrase.
Baptism is frequently identified with filling of the Spirit. Sometimes, the terms "baptism" and "filling" are confused, while at other times, the same error is stated by asserting that the baptism does not come at the time of regeneration, but as subsequent work of grace. Confusion is compounded by the fact that great men, like Torrey and Moody were unclear
G J Thimothy
Some Questions Arised:
Is Spiritual Baptism wont occur After Baptism at All?
Is one baptism is Spiritual Baptism or Water Baptism?
Is water Baptism is first or Spiritual Baptism is first?
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