Keeble on Baptism

Keeble on Baptism
Marshall Keeble

Water is important in a man's life. God cre- ated water first, then, He created man out of the dust. Without water, dust would not stick. There is power in the water. There is water in a car. There is power in that water. If you do not believe it, try going home without it in the radiator and you have got a burnt up car. Now, try to get a man to go to Heaven without water, and you have got a burnt up man. Try going to Heaven without water, and you have got a burnt up church. Some say you are saved before baptism. Christ said, "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved" (Mark 16:16). Now, you can- not say you are saved before baptism, besides you are calling God a liar. You cannot go to Heaven calling God a liar. You can call me a liar, but not God. Some say, "A man is saved and then bap- tized." A woman does not wash clothes be- cause they are already clean. I have seen a lot of smart women, but not that smart. She washes clothes because they are dirty. Man is baptized because he is dirty and needs to be cleansed. The Gospel is made up of five "pills" that will cure anything: first pilló"hear"; second pilló"believe"; third pilló"repent"; fourth pilló"confess"; fifth pilló"be baptized." Take 'em with water, and they'll cure sin.


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