The Christians Hope!

Our hope lies within the, Death, Burial and Restoration of Christ. All that who has given their lives to Him through Baptism; by Immersion, has theWonderful Hope of Eternal Life”.

This wonderful hope is only for those who have become a child of God through Baptism. There are “Five Steps” that a person needs to take in order to become a child of His to have this “Christian Hope”.

1. Hear the word of God. (Romans 10:17)
2. Believe in Christ Jesus (Romans 10:9)
3. Repent of your Sins. (Acts 2:38)
4. Confess Christ Jesus as the Son of the Living God. (Romans 10:10)
5. Be Baptized; by Immersion, for the remission of your sins. (Mark 16:16)

Then after you have done all of this He will, not only add you toHis Church” (Acts 2:47); He will forgive you of ALL your past sins (Acts 26:18). You will also receive the FREE gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:23). Then when your life comes to an end, you will inherit “Eternal Life with Him and all the saints that have gone on before us.

But, if you deny giving your life to Christ Jesus, you will forfeit this hope. If you have given your to Him by Immersion, and don’t live an Obedient and Faithful Life, you will “not” inherit Eternal Life in heaven.

For when we are Baptized, it portrays, not only Christ’s death and resurrection and their purpose in atoning for sin in delivering sinners from its penalty and power, but also betokens the accomplishment of that purpose in the one who was baptized. (Romans 6:3-5 / Galatians 3:27 / Colossians 3:3).


One needs to bear in mind that, when you are baptized into Christ, you are baptized into His death, (Romans 6: 3-7 / Peter 3:21). Furthermore; it’s an reenactment of His Death, Burial and Resurrection.

Was judged and put to Death on the cross at Golgotha Mathew 27. After the Crucifixion of Christ, He was placed in a tome. For upon the third day Christ arose from the dead Mathew 28 and walk among His followers for forty days. (Acts 1:3)

He has not told us as to when that day will come, for He angles does not know but only His father which is in heaven. Mathew 24:36 “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only”

Just as a wedding ring is an outward expression of marriage, Baptism is an outward expression of a commitment to follow Jesus Christ. If you have made a commitment to let Christ to be your savior and the leader of your life, then Scripture demonstrates that Baptism is a vital next step for you.

I John 4:10I Corinthians 6:14John 11:25

Why then is the death of Christ good news? The good news of the death of Christ is that Christ has died for us, taking on all of our sins upon Himself, and now God can be just in saving us. Without his death we would all be doomed for Eternal Punishment, which is the second death, and no one could be saved. Even though the death of Christ was terrible thing for Him to go through, it is good news to all who believe and has given their life to Him. We read in I John 4:10.

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Preparing for the Future The Christians Hope!

If you would like to learn how to become a Member of; “The Body of Christ”, here are three video lessons that will help you have a better understanding.

Lesson I

Lesson II

Lesson III

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