The New You
Paul says that we become a new person when we are baptized. How does that work? What does it mean? Did it happen to you? Learn about The New You in this presentation.
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We’re continuing on today with our series on Baptism. This is the fourth and final one. The title is The New You.
Okay, so you’ve just been baptized. What next? Are you saved yet? Are you a mortal yet? What’s the difference between pre- and post-baptism? We’ll let’s start with the easiest one first.
Pinch yourself. What did you get? Did you feel it? If you did, then you’re still mortal, human, physical. That means you haven’t been resurrected to a new immortal life yet. You’re still subject to the human organism and all its pulls. So you can still sin. Consequently, you can also still blow it and lose out on eternal life. Some people say they were saved when they were baptized, but from my perspective, that is and isn’t true. It just depends on what you mean by saved. So let’s clear away the confusion by reading the Book.