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Declare Su Fe Publicamente Essay

599 words - 3 pages


1. Jesus quiere que los nuevos creyentes compartan de su fe en El.

Mateo 10:32-33
Marcos 8:38

Alguna vez ha oido la costumbre de un carpintero de remachar un clavo?

Compartir nuestra fe es como remachar un clavo.
La fe y la seguridad de salvacion son fortalecidas.

2. El Bautismo es un acto de obediencia que declara la Fe de uno.

Una prueba de si una persona es un verdadero cristiano es su obediencia a los mandamientos de Jesús.

1 Juan 2:3-6

Santiago 1:22

Si obedecemos a Dios eso quiere decir que los conocemos. El bautismo es una forma de identificarnos como cristianos.

Si nos encontramos con una persona que es de nuestro pais nos damos cuenta enseguida por la forma de hablar. Asi tambien cuando conocemos a alguien que es un verdadero cristiano nos damos cuenta porque va a ser obediente y se ...view middle of the document...

Es un mandamiento claro.

3. Como es un mandamiento debemos hacerlo o tener una razon muy clara para no hacerlo.

No fue una sugerencia o una opcion. Si no nos bautizamos somos desobedientes.
Jesús dio el ejemplo siendo bautizados.

Bautismo de Jesús: Mateo 3:13-17

Si Jesús es el hijo de Dios, porque necesitaba bautizarse???

El nos dio el primer ejemplo de un bautismo y tambien demostro humildad. Y dio testimonio de que era el Hijo de Dios.

Asi tambien nosotros al bautizarnos damos testimonio de que somos hijos de Dios.

4. En el Nuevo Testamento, los Nuevos Creyentes eran Bautizados. (lea Hechos 2:37-38, 41, 47

Los versiculos nos muestran que los nuevos creyentes eran bautizados.

Hechos 8:35-38

Después que el etiope creyo fue bautizado. Vemos la secuencia, primero salvacion y después bautismo.

5. El Bautismo expresa nuestro amor por Jesús.

Leer Juan 14:21, 23

Si obedecemos los mandamientos de Jesús es una prueba de que le amamos y el nos va a amar y va a mostar su poder en nosotros.

6. El Bautismo Muestra dos cosas:

1) Lo que Jesús hizo por nosotros – El murio por nuestros pecados, fue enterrado, y volvio a vivir (1 Corintios 15:3-4)

(2) Lo que nos sucedió a nosotros- Morimos a nuestra vieja manera de vivir y hemos sido levantados para vivir una nueva vida con Jesus. (Romanos 6:3-4, 6-7). (1 Pedro 1: 3)

La Biblia nos ensena que el metodo del bautismo es la inmersion . La inmersion es la unica forma que nos muestra el significado adecuadamente.


Como repaso podemos decir que el bautismo incluye cuatro cosas:

1. La persona correcta – un cristiano, nacido de nuevo.
2. Las razones correctas – la obediencia y la declaracion publica de su nueva fe.
3. El metodo correcto – la inmersion.
4. La autoridad correcta – una iglesia cristiana que se basa en la palabra de Dios.

Lo esencial del bautismo es:

1. Creer en Jesus para salvacion.
2. Hacer un compromiso publico.
3. Pedir ser bautizado por inmersion.

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