Lessons 13 & 14 Quiz
Blessings of Baptism and Meaning of Baptism in my Daily Life
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1. Baptism is one of the three Christian sacraments.
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2. Baptism was instituted at the baptism of Jesus at the Jordan River.
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3. "Baptize" means only to immerse.
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4. Jesus commanded us to teach people of all nations before we baptize them.
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5. In Baptism, the water has no value apart from its connection with the Word.
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6. Jesus' command to baptize was given after his resurrection and before his ascension
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7. Jesus restricted certain people from Baptism in his command.
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8. No one can possibly be saved without Baptism.
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9. Even in cases of emergency we should always wait for a pastor to baptize.
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10. A baptism is valid if water is used together with God's Word, namely, Jesus' command to baptize all nations in the name of the triune God.
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11. We are to baptize in the name of the triune God.
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12. No Bible passage tells us to exclude infants from all nations.
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13. Jesus said only those of a certain age should be baptized.
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14. God said we should baptize only those who understand what baptism is.
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15. The Holy Spirit enters the hearts of infants who are baptized, washing their sins away and giving them faith in Christ.
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16. Little babies can believe.
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17. The Holy Spirit is able to create faith in children's hearts.
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18. Infants are sinful.
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19. Because little children can die, we know they sin and are subject to its penalty.
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20. Little children are certainly saved by their parents' faith.
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21. If we do not baptize babies, we cannot be sure of their eternal welfare.
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