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As we consider the seemingly monumental effort described by Baruch and the Baptizer, we might become discouraged or overwhelmed.
John the Baptizer wonders whether Jesus is the long-expected Messiah.
Then John the Baptizer was beheaded, and Jesus, disillusioned and fearing for his own life, retreated to his place of refuge in the mountains of the Galilee.
NewHeart's logo, a heart in a square, represents the Foursquare Gospel's belief in Jesus' fourfold ministry: Savior, Healer, Baptizer in the Holy Spirit and the Messiah who will return.
as he skillfully argued that Christ's role as Spirit Baptizer indicates that the church is the locus of the Spirit's work but also that the Spirit still works in the wider religious world, because the Reign of God extends in gracious ways beyond ecclesial borders.
The gang discovered four drains in secret locations which they artfully dubbed the Baptizer, Crystal, Raye and Moonwalker.
The Baptizer, on the other hand, as a direct descendant of Aaron, the brother of Moses, was what he calls the priestly messiah.
We will do these things until peace itself becomes, like the Baptizer, a kind of forerunner, a herald; and we all shall cry, 'Even so, come, Lord Jesus
Yet the original text does not refer to belief as a condition for baptism: neither does the baptizer ask the person to be baptized about it, nor does the latter give a confession of faith.
Common among both pentecostal and holiness groups, this gospel emphasized the fourfold nature of Christ's character; he was savior, baptizer with the Holy Spirit, healer, and coming king.
64) Donald Dayton describes "the basic gestalt of Pentecostal thought and ethos: Christ as Savior, as Baptizer with the Holy Spirit, as Healer, and as Coming King.
JOHN THE BAPTIZER, in these readings, is sandwiched between a Hebrew Testament expectation of a refiner who purifies (Malachi) and a community of Christians whom Paul expects to be "pure and blameless" in the day of Christ (Philippians).
John 3:23) John the Baptizer had moved from Bethany (John 1:28) to Aenon to find more water.
Hyde perceived Damien as 'coarse' to which Stevenson conceded the possibility, then suggested that Peter and John the Baptizer were hardly gentle and asked, "but you, who were so refined, why were you not there, to cheer them [the lepers] up with the lights of culture?
The term "foursquare," officials said, stands for the fourfold ministry of Jesus Christ as the Savior, the Baptizer, the Healer, and the Coming King.