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The Importance of Baptism and Miracle Healing


The Importance of Baptism and Miracle Healing

Christian faith is a powerful tool to help one recover from illnesses and physical pain. Yet, it is difficult to understand why so many baptized believers no longer practice their faith. This deterioration of the Christian faith has many roots. For one, the overwhelming majority of baptized people no longer feel connected to the church and Christ. The majority also fail to practice the sacraments of baptism and the Eucharist.

In the New Testament, the importance of baptism was emphasized. On the Day of Pentecost, Peter told the crowds how to receive salvation. He said “repent, believe in the name of Jesus Christ, and receive the Holy Spirit.” In the Acts of the Apostles, Ananias brought Paul to Christ and urged him to be baptized. As he was baptized, Paul called upon the name of Jesus.

According to the Bible, Jesus was “anointed” by the Holy Spirit, which gave him the ability to heal and free those who had been oppressed and afflicted by the powers of darkness. The Spirit enabled him to proclaim freedom to the oppressed and the poor. By doing so, he inaugurated an eschatological Jubilee. However, his “anointing” was not limited to the gospels. Throughout his public ministry, Jesus did many miracles and cured people.

Christians are urged to make a difference in the world. While the Christian faith is the foundation of the modern world, there is one thing that must never change: miracles. As Derek Prince pointed out, the New Testament is full of miracles. Jesus performed miracles, the apostles worked miracles, and everyday Christians were used by God. In fact, the New Testament records no period in church history when miracles ceased.

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