Virtually every professing Christian knows something about baptism. If you were born into a Christian denomination, you may very well have been baptized as an infant, or later as an adult. Among professing Christians, practices vary widely, from washing to sprinkling water on infants, to total immersion for adults. Some even ignore baptism entirely. Why are there such differences? What does the Bible actually tell us about baptism?
What do you see when you look at yourself?
How badly do you personally need God’s forgiveness? Do you really stand in need of a Savior?
Perhaps you have already been baptized as a child, or maybe as an infant. You might not even remember the event. Is your baptism really valid and acceptable in God’s sight?
This is a truly vital question, because your very salvation depends on the answer!