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October 05, 2023

Big Trouble Ahead - Instruction for Baptisms - Part 1

The New Testament describes baptisms in plural—there is more than one type of baptism. In this sermon, Pastor Allen Jackson discusses John’s baptism, Christian baptism, and Holy Spirit baptism. Each type of baptism serves a different purpose in our Christian lives. Jesus submitted Himself to be baptized by John, and He commanded His disciples to wait to be baptized in the Holy Spirit before they left Jerusalem. Baptism was important to Jesus, and it’s wise to learn why it should be important to us, too. If we choose to yield to the power of God and follow His commands, we help His Kingdom come and His will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.

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About Allen Jackson Ministries

Allen Jackson is passionate about helping people become Christ-followers who respond to God’s invitations for their life. He has served World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee as senior pastor since 1989. Under his leadership, the fellowship has grown to a congregation of over 15,000. Through Allen Jackson Ministries, his messages reach people across the globe — through television, radio, Sirius XM, and online streaming. His teachings are also available in published books and other resources, including small group curriculum. Jackson holds degrees from Oral Roberts University and Vanderbilt University and has studied at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Pastor Jackson’s wife, Kathy, is an active participant in ministry at World Outreach Church.

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