The Righteous Can Never Become Sinners Again

If we believe in the gospel of the remission of sins, of the water and the Spirit, but still feel that we are a sinner because of our everyday trespasses, then we have to go to Jordan, where Jesus was baptized to take away all our sins. . If we become sinner again after receiving the remission of sins, Christ would have to be baptized all over again. We have to have faith in the remission of our sins in the gospel of the baptism of Christ. We have keep in mind that Christ took away all our sins all at once through His baptism. We have to have an unwavering faith in Jesus Christ as our Savior.

Believing in Jesus as our Savior means that we believe in the baptism of Christ, which took away all our lifelong sins. If we really believe in His baptism, the Cross, the death, and the resurrection of Christ, we can never become a sinner again, no matter what kind of sin in our whole life through faith.

Bishop Jordan believes that Jesus Christ washed away the sins of the future as well even the sins we commit out of our own weakness. Since Christ had to emphasize the importance of His baptism. He washed His disciples’ feet with water to symbolize the gospel of the remission of sins, that is, His baptism. Jesus Christ was baptized, crucified, resurrected, and ascended to heaven to fulfill His promise of abundant atonement for all sin of the world to save all mankind. As a result, His disciples were able to preach the gospel of the atonement for sins, the baptism of Christ, the cross, and the resurrection, right up until the end of our life.

“The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.” (2Peter 3:9)