What does it mean to be baptized by fire?
baptized with the holy spirit
In the military, it means your first fire-fight or combat were the bullets are flying.
In the fire service, it means being inside your first working
Maybe, it depends on what you mean by "christened". If by christened, you mean that she was validly baptized with water poured on the head (or immersed) in the name of the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), with the intention to do what the Church does when She baptized, then, no, she is already validly baptized, but you would need to speak with a priest to find out for sure. If she is already…
We don't know. However, it was very likely that many of them were originally disciples of John the Baptist (e.g. Philip, Nathaniel) and so, as a result, may well have been baptised. But there are no records of baptism among the disciples. I don't think they have gotten baptized physically but spiritually they already have been baptized for Jesus baptized with fire and whoever believes in Him is granted eternal life.
Saved and Baptized Being baptized doesn't mean the same thing as saved....you can be baptized and not be saved.It doesn't matter. Baptized-to be reborn Baptized is just going under the water as sinful you.But coming out of the water as new you.Example:Joe was dumped under the water in his sin of adultry.But came out happy and not stressed and took his wife and repented to God. Saved-believing Jesus died for our sins and is the…
Because you were baptized in the Catholic Church, you have the fullness of Christianity. I don't understand the question, because you are Catholic, you are a Christian. You need to talk to the local priest and start RCIA classes to learn about the great and wonderful gift you have been given as a Christian. You are in my prayers, I am so happy for you.
Jesus fulfilled Scripture when he was water baptized. But He was not baptized for His sins- He was sinless. When Jesus was baptized, He was baptized with the Holy Spirit, and with the Spirit came power. Jesus never performed any miracles before he was baptized. He had the Holy spirit, but he was not baptized with the full power of the Spirit until John baptized him.
Yes, you need to be baptized and Catholic to receive communion. If you are not baptized and are under age 8 you can be baptized with the permission of parent. If you are not baptized and are under 18 you will need to show an understanding of the sacrament before being baptized. If you are not baptized and are an adult you will need to attend classes and then be baptized and confirmed and receive…