The invitation for us to place our faith in Christ, repent and seek forgiveness for our sins and trespasses, and willingly to deny ourselves and lose our lives for the sake of Christ is an invitation to enter into sacred covenants through those true ordinances of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Signs, Tokens, Symbols and Covenants
Today, we make sacred covenants with our Heavenly Father. Those covenants we make bare the signs, tokens, and symbols that help remind us of those sacred covenants. These signs, tokens, and symbols not only help remind us of our Heavenly Father's grace and faithfulness toward us, but it also reminds us of our willingness to continually seek Him and conform to His will for our lives.
The Gospel of Christ – Our Spiritual Refuge
Noah and his family were saved of (or through) water from the spiritual decay and immorality surrounding them. The flood destroying the old life in order to bring about a newness of life. It is the very nature and covenant of our baptism.
“Let Them Have Dominion”
Through our discipleship we come to know the nature and truth of who our Heavenly Father is and what he expects of us. To which, the Savior declared, be ye therefore perfect as your Father in Heaven is perfect (Matthew 5:48, Philippians 3:15-16; 3 Nephi 12:48). It means we are to be complete and full as it relates to Our Heavenly Father.
The Nature and Covenant of Baptism as a Religious Rite and Sacred Ordinance
Author's Note: This Essay is in response to two articles posted at James Patrick Holding's Website - Tektonics Bible Apologetics. Contained in this essay are affiliate links to recommended books for purchase through Amazon.com. This essay is to address some concerns regarding the presentation of Mormonism and the nature of the sacred ordinance of baptism by… Continue reading The Nature and Covenant of Baptism as a Religious Rite and Sacred Ordinance
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