This immersion by the Holy Spirit is unique. It's not part of the religious ceremony usually called "baptism" and therefore no "church" persons are involved.

Such "baptism" ceremonies claim entrance into the Body of Christ, regeneration, salvation for those being "baptised".

None of these things can be guranteed by any human being no matter what the prayer or the ritual.

Nevertheless, they involve parents and babies, sprinkling them with water, with reference to the "one baptism". But the result is the infant ceremonially placed into the organisation for life. (See "Baptism" in Water on the Menu.)


Having received the Lord and being immersed by the Spirit into the Body of Christ, Believers need not be confused by such "baptisms".

But what Believers know is that:

"Now . . .

you are no longer strangers and foreigners,

but fellow citizens with the saints and

members of the household of God,

having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets,

Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone,

in whom the whole building, being joined together,

grows into a holy temple in the Lord,

in whom you also are being built together

for a dwelling place of God in the Spirit,"

Ephesians 2'19-22.


Prayer. Thank you, heavenly Father, for the great love, mercy and grace that Believers received in this marvellous immersion experience.

In Jesus' name. Amen.