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Baptized But Not Converted Acts 2:36-41. Why Is This True? Answer may be found in answering the question: "How does one become a Christian?"

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1 Baptized But Not Converted Acts 2:36-41

2 Why Is This True? Answer may be found in answering the question: "How does one become a Christian?"

3 How Does One Become A Christian? Hear Believe Repent Confess Baptized

4 Baptized - A One Time Event!

5 Hear Believe Repent Confess These Are Not One Time Events! These Are Not “Over And Done With”!

6 Hear  Acts 2:37 –  Why this response?  What needs to be heard?  1 Corinthians 15:1-4  "died for our sins"  Many refuse baptism because they fail to see the need to be!

7 Believe  Not just believing thing heard is true.  Must believe Jesus is Lord. Lk. 6:46  Will not doubt or question His will.  Hear lessons on faithful service but do nothing about it - nothing changes!  Acts 27

8 Repentance  A "change of mind and will".  Some baptized who haven't repented!  Some even deny necessity of doing it!  Example: Some guilty of adulterous marriages are being told it’s OK!

9 Confession  This is a commitment.  Acknowledging Him as Lord/Ruler.  Romans 10:9,10  1 Peter 3:15 (ASV)  Galatians 2:20

10 Baptism  Though many reject baptism, this may be the only one of the "five steps" some have obeyed.  Being a Christian is more than just outwardly conforming to certain acts.

11 What Must I Do To Be Saved?  Hear the gospel. (Romans 10:17)  Believe Jesus is Christ. (Acts 8:37)  Repent of your sins. (Acts 17:30)  Confess your faith. (Matthew 10:32)  Baptized for remission of sins. (Acts 2:38)  Faithful unto death. (Revelation 2:10)


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