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Why would Philip and the Ethiopian eu**ch go to such lengths in Acts 8 if only a little water could suffice to accomplish baptism? There is a reason that the two men went together "down into the water". They respect the authority of Jesus. His command to "baptize" has a clear meaning (see the image), which they understand. It turns out, as we read Romans 6 and Colossians 2, that baptism is a kind of burial. A little pouring or sprinkling hardly amounts to a proper burial. When something is buried, it is put under the ground. When we are buried in baptism, we are put under the water, immersed or fully submerged. Friend, have you gone "down into the water"? Have you been "buried with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life (Romans 6:4)"?

Don't wait... Study more on this essential truth: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/understand-the-bible
As Philip taught the Ethiopian Eu**ch, Acts 8 says, "he [Philip] told him the Good News about Jesus." Clearly, this teaching about Jesus includes telling about baptism. Yes, the Gospel message does have people looking for water. Notice, however, the Ethiopian does not merely reach for a jar of water. Remember how John baptized "in the Jordan River" (Mark 1:5). Later he baptized at Aenon... Why? "Because water was plentiful (John 3:23)." Now we see the Ethiopian leaving his vehicle and they go "down into the water" where Philip baptizes him. Why go to such lengths? More on that tomorrow.

Study God's Word and HIS plan to save you as the Bible teaches it: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible
Acts 8 is similar to John 3. In both places, the Gospel message links "the kingdom of God" with baptism. But are we sure this is baptism in water? Tomorrow, we'll look closer at Acts 8 and the teaching between Philip and the Ethiopian eu**ch. Start studying today: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible
Fifty days after Jesus' resurrection, Peter and the other apostles begin publicly making disciples. They prove to Jews that Jesus is the Messiah and they killed Him on the cross. Here also the apostles carry out the order of Matthew 28. They make disciples for Christ through teaching and baptism. The apostles pass on to new disciples all of Christ's commands. Those include commands from Matthew 28 itself. Thus, we find new disciples, such as Philip, also teaching and baptizing others in Acts 8. More on Philip on Monday! Until then, register and start studying God's Word today: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-course-int/
Dear friend, reading this today, are you willing to accept God's purpose for you? Now that Christ has risen from death, there is no longer room for doubt. We cannot make up our own way into God's kingdom. Jesus is Lord. He alone has "all authority." He sets the terms, and He keeps a vital role for baptism as He tells His disciples what they are to do after He ascends to heaven. Tomorrow, we'll see them start to complete that task! Start studying God's Word today, to know all that Jesus commands: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/understand-the-bible-int
As Jesus begins His earthly ministry, what is His first priority? "Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to John, to be baptized by him (Mt 3:13)." Why? Jesus needs no forgiveness, and even John resists. But Jesus insists, saying, "Let it be so now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all righteousness (Mt. 3:15)." So, Jesus is immersed by John and God heartily approves as shown in our verse today, as His voice rang out from Heaven and the Spirit descended on Jesus in the form of a dove. Is baptism the "water" of the "new birth" Jesus told Nicodemus of in John 3? We'll continue this study tomorrow.

If you'd like to get a jump start and study now, you can register and start studying today. It costs absolutely nothing! Just you, God's Word and a dedicated Study Helper. Register here: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study-int
In John 3, Nicodemus hears "water" mentioned with the new birth. Like many today, he at first fails to see how it fits. What has water to do with a "new life"? Later he has time to think about major events surrounding his visit with Jesus. Great crowds are flocking to see John. His strange name, "the Baptizer," tells that water is central to his mission and message. John claims that God sent him "to baptize with water (John 1:33)."

Tomorrow, we'll dive deeper into what happens next in the timeline of events with regard to "New Birth by Water." Until then, learn more about this topic and many more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible-int
God is neither blind nor forgetful about our sins. This moment of life is God's gift to you. It is not for your selfish purposes and pleasures. It is for learning truth! It is for doing truth! Jesus urgently sends this message to you and to every precious soul for whom He died, "...repentance and forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in his name to all nations, beginning from Jerusalem." Peter proclaimed this message as Jesus said beginning in Acts 2. In Acts 2:38, Peter proclaims this message, preaching, "Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins..." That command now comes to you. Determine to let God rule your life. Leave behind all that brings shame and death. Repentance is the decision that prepares you to enter God's kingdom by water and the Holy Spirit. Study these truths in depth: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study
It's ! As we work together to reach our goal of reaching 10,000,000 souls with the Good News of Jesus by the end of next year, we ask that you give of your time in prayer and as a study helper (application link below). And if you're willing and able, we prayerfully ask that you consider giving financially to support this great work going on around the world. If you'd like to support this work, you can do so at https://worldbibleschool.net/give.

Study Helper Application: https://worldbibleschool.net/teach
Too many of us misuse the patience and goodness of God. When He gives us time, we use it for more sinning. When He blesses us, we think He approves of us. So, we put off serious learning or change. Study further: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible
Do you sometimes wonder why God allows this wicked world to continue? Dear friend... The world continues until now for one main purpose: to give us all a chance to repent. Learn more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible
Dear friend, think of your life today. Do you fail to care for the needy? Do you hurt those closest to you? Do you love money? Do you lie when it seems necessary? Do you get drunk? Are you guilty of immoral thoughts and acts? Paul lists all these sins and more (Galatians 5:16-21) and warns them here in our verse today.

We cannot willfully carry rebellious ways into the presence of the Holy One. The "kingdom" is where people come to God for salvation by His Son, and so willingly place themselves under His reign. Even as you struggle with many weaknesses, you can certainly decide which ruler you are trying to obey. The decision for Jesus to be your "Lord" will (and must) make a difference in how you live. "[Paul preached] that they should repent and turn to God, performing deeds in keeping with their repentance (Acts 26:20)."

Study more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-course-int
The road back to doing right is uphill. Repentance is the hardest command to obey, for human will is proud and stubborn. The risen Christ confronts Peter. Three times Peter has denied Him. Three times Jesus asks him in John 21, "Simon [Peter], do you love Me?" Three times Jesus tells Peter the action that best shows his love. Peter's life then proves he has decided to turn back to Christ. So firm is the decision of real repentance that actions always follow. Change of mind leads to change of life.

Study further: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study-int
Jesus tells a story about a lost son (Luke 15:11-32). The boy chooses a selfish life that nearly destroys him. Then he comes to his senses. He says, "I will go back to my father!" He returns and his father welcomes him home -- a wonderful picture of God's love! This parable helps us understand choice. God freely chooses to welcome sinners. Yet He does not force sinners to come back. Instead, He opens the way home and then gives us the power to choose. Even in the depths of moral filth and misery the sinful son can -- and does -- make the decision to return home. Likewise, Peter does the same after denying Jesus in Luke 22. He returned to the Father for forgiveness (John 21:15-19). Some act as if they can never change. To these people, God says there is no need to rush headlong into ruin. Your heart and life CAN change!

Start that journey today. Don't wait: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-study-int
Peter helps us see how sorrow turns to repentance. When Jesus is on trial, Peter keeps denying he knows Him. After the rooster crows, as Jesus said it would, the Lord looked at Peter and he realized what he'd done. He realizes his lies are as bad as Judas' betrayal. His heart is broken. He must choose where his sorrow will lead. Will it drive him deeper into sin? Or will it lead to a change for the better? More on Peter's repentance tomorrow. Until then, start a study of God's Word right now: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible-int
Repentance is not just feeling guilt and sorrow. Some think that when a person knows he is a sinner and feels guilty, he is repenting. Others think they have reached repentance when they are truly sorry for sinning. Do you remember the rich ruler? Jesus exposes his love for money. He becomes "very sad" and leaves Jesus (Luke 18; Mark 10)!

Judas feels guilty for betraying Jesus. Torn by misery and sorrow, he returns the money and confesses his sin. "Then when Judas, his betrayer, saw that Jesus was condemned, he changed his mind and brought back the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and the elders, saying, "I have sinned by betraying innocent blood (Matthew 27:3-4)."

These feelings are not repentance, because Judas does not return to obey God. Instead, he hangs himself (Matthew 28; Acts 1). Judas has a deadly sorrow, but as today's verse teaches, there is a better kind of sorrow. Godly sorrow is not repentance but moves us toward true repentance. Learn more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible-int

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Timeline photos 12/16/2022

Why would Philip and the Ethiopian eu**ch go to such lengths in Acts 8 if only a little water could suffice to accomplish baptism? There is a reason that the two men went together "down into the water". They respect the authority of Jesus. His command to "baptize" has a clear meaning (see the image), which they understand. It turns out, as we read Romans 6 and Colossians 2, that baptism is a kind of burial. A little pouring or sprinkling hardly amounts to a proper burial. When something is buried, it is put under the ground. When we are buried in baptism, we are put under the water, immersed or fully submerged. Friend, have you gone "down into the water"? Have you been "buried with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life (Romans 6:4)"?

Don't wait... Study more on this essential truth: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/understand-the-bible

Timeline photos 12/15/2022

As Philip taught the Ethiopian Eu**ch, Acts 8 says, "he [Philip] told him the Good News about Jesus." Clearly, this teaching about Jesus includes telling about baptism. Yes, the Gospel message does have people looking for water. Notice, however, the Ethiopian does not merely reach for a jar of water. Remember how John baptized "in the Jordan River" (Mark 1:5). Later he baptized at Aenon... Why? "Because water was plentiful (John 3:23)." Now we see the Ethiopian leaving his vehicle and they go "down into the water" where Philip baptizes him. Why go to such lengths? More on that tomorrow.

Study God's Word and HIS plan to save you as the Bible teaches it: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible

Timeline photos 12/12/2022

Acts 8 is similar to John 3. In both places, the Gospel message links "the kingdom of God" with baptism. But are we sure this is baptism in water? Tomorrow, we'll look closer at Acts 8 and the teaching between Philip and the Ethiopian eu**ch. Start studying today: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible

Timeline photos 12/09/2022

Fifty days after Jesus' resurrection, Peter and the other apostles begin publicly making disciples. They prove to Jews that Jesus is the Messiah and they killed Him on the cross. Here also the apostles carry out the order of Matthew 28. They make disciples for Christ through teaching and baptism. The apostles pass on to new disciples all of Christ's commands. Those include commands from Matthew 28 itself. Thus, we find new disciples, such as Philip, also teaching and baptizing others in Acts 8. More on Philip on Monday! Until then, register and start studying God's Word today: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-course-int/

Timeline photos 12/07/2022

Dear friend, reading this today, are you willing to accept God's purpose for you? Now that Christ has risen from death, there is no longer room for doubt. We cannot make up our own way into God's kingdom. Jesus is Lord. He alone has "all authority." He sets the terms, and He keeps a vital role for baptism as He tells His disciples what they are to do after He ascends to heaven. Tomorrow, we'll see them start to complete that task! Start studying God's Word today, to know all that Jesus commands: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/understand-the-bible-int

Timeline photos 12/06/2022

As Jesus begins His earthly ministry, what is His first priority? "Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to John, to be baptized by him (Mt 3:13)." Why? Jesus needs no forgiveness, and even John resists. But Jesus insists, saying, "Let it be so now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all righteousness (Mt. 3:15)." So, Jesus is immersed by John and God heartily approves as shown in our verse today, as His voice rang out from Heaven and the Spirit descended on Jesus in the form of a dove. Is baptism the "water" of the "new birth" Jesus told Nicodemus of in John 3? We'll continue this study tomorrow.

If you'd like to get a jump start and study now, you can register and start studying today. It costs absolutely nothing! Just you, God's Word and a dedicated Study Helper. Register here: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study-int

Timeline photos 12/05/2022

In John 3, Nicodemus hears "water" mentioned with the new birth. Like many today, he at first fails to see how it fits. What has water to do with a "new life"? Later he has time to think about major events surrounding his visit with Jesus. Great crowds are flocking to see John. His strange name, "the Baptizer," tells that water is central to his mission and message. John claims that God sent him "to baptize with water (John 1:33)."

Tomorrow, we'll dive deeper into what happens next in the timeline of events with regard to "New Birth by Water." Until then, learn more about this topic and many more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible-int

Timeline photos 12/02/2022

God is neither blind nor forgetful about our sins. This moment of life is God's gift to you. It is not for your selfish purposes and pleasures. It is for learning truth! It is for doing truth! Jesus urgently sends this message to you and to every precious soul for whom He died, "...repentance and forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in his name to all nations, beginning from Jerusalem." Peter proclaimed this message as Jesus said beginning in Acts 2. In Acts 2:38, Peter proclaims this message, preaching, "Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins..." That command now comes to you. Determine to let God rule your life. Leave behind all that brings shame and death. Repentance is the decision that prepares you to enter God's kingdom by water and the Holy Spirit. Study these truths in depth: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study

Timeline photos 11/29/2022

It's ! As we work together to reach our goal of reaching 10,000,000 souls with the Good News of Jesus by the end of next year, we ask that you give of your time in prayer and as a study helper (application link below). And if you're willing and able, we prayerfully ask that you consider giving financially to support this great work going on around the world. If you'd like to support this work, you can do so at https://worldbibleschool.net/give.

Study Helper Application: https://worldbibleschool.net/teach

Timeline photos 11/29/2022

Too many of us misuse the patience and goodness of God. When He gives us time, we use it for more sinning. When He blesses us, we think He approves of us. So, we put off serious learning or change. Study further: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible

Timeline photos 11/28/2022

Do you sometimes wonder why God allows this wicked world to continue? Dear friend... The world continues until now for one main purpose: to give us all a chance to repent. Learn more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible

Timeline photos 11/18/2022

Dear friend, think of your life today. Do you fail to care for the needy? Do you hurt those closest to you? Do you love money? Do you lie when it seems necessary? Do you get drunk? Are you guilty of immoral thoughts and acts? Paul lists all these sins and more (Galatians 5:16-21) and warns them here in our verse today.

We cannot willfully carry rebellious ways into the presence of the Holy One. The "kingdom" is where people come to God for salvation by His Son, and so willingly place themselves under His reign. Even as you struggle with many weaknesses, you can certainly decide which ruler you are trying to obey. The decision for Jesus to be your "Lord" will (and must) make a difference in how you live. "[Paul preached] that they should repent and turn to God, performing deeds in keeping with their repentance (Acts 26:20)."

Study more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-course-int

Timeline photos 11/17/2022

The road back to doing right is uphill. Repentance is the hardest command to obey, for human will is proud and stubborn. The risen Christ confronts Peter. Three times Peter has denied Him. Three times Jesus asks him in John 21, "Simon [Peter], do you love Me?" Three times Jesus tells Peter the action that best shows his love. Peter's life then proves he has decided to turn back to Christ. So firm is the decision of real repentance that actions always follow. Change of mind leads to change of life.

Study further: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study-int

Timeline photos 11/16/2022

Jesus tells a story about a lost son (Luke 15:11-32). The boy chooses a selfish life that nearly destroys him. Then he comes to his senses. He says, "I will go back to my father!" He returns and his father welcomes him home -- a wonderful picture of God's love! This parable helps us understand choice. God freely chooses to welcome sinners. Yet He does not force sinners to come back. Instead, He opens the way home and then gives us the power to choose. Even in the depths of moral filth and misery the sinful son can -- and does -- make the decision to return home. Likewise, Peter does the same after denying Jesus in Luke 22. He returned to the Father for forgiveness (John 21:15-19). Some act as if they can never change. To these people, God says there is no need to rush headlong into ruin. Your heart and life CAN change!

Start that journey today. Don't wait: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-study-int

Timeline photos 11/15/2022

Peter helps us see how sorrow turns to repentance. When Jesus is on trial, Peter keeps denying he knows Him. After the rooster crows, as Jesus said it would, the Lord looked at Peter and he realized what he'd done. He realizes his lies are as bad as Judas' betrayal. His heart is broken. He must choose where his sorrow will lead. Will it drive him deeper into sin? Or will it lead to a change for the better? More on Peter's repentance tomorrow. Until then, start a study of God's Word right now: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible-int

Timeline photos 11/14/2022

Repentance is not just feeling guilt and sorrow. Some think that when a person knows he is a sinner and feels guilty, he is repenting. Others think they have reached repentance when they are truly sorry for sinning. Do you remember the rich ruler? Jesus exposes his love for money. He becomes "very sad" and leaves Jesus (Luke 18; Mark 10)!

Judas feels guilty for betraying Jesus. Torn by misery and sorrow, he returns the money and confesses his sin. "Then when Judas, his betrayer, saw that Jesus was condemned, he changed his mind and brought back the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and the elders, saying, "I have sinned by betraying innocent blood (Matthew 27:3-4)."

These feelings are not repentance, because Judas does not return to obey God. Instead, he hangs himself (Matthew 28; Acts 1). Judas has a deadly sorrow, but as today's verse teaches, there is a better kind of sorrow. Godly sorrow is not repentance but moves us toward true repentance. Learn more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible-int

Timeline photos 11/02/2022

Repentance is not just "sincere religion." Consider the audience to whom Jesus gave the parable of the two sons in Mt 21:28-32. It was the chief priests and elders, who are very religious! They actually think they serve God, while plotting murder (John 11, 16). Nicodemus, in John 3, is sincere and fair-minded, yet he still must obey the call to repent and be born again. Saul tried to always live "in all good conscience," yet found himself fighting against God before Jesus appeared to him in Acts 9. Study more on repentance, and what God desires for you: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible

Timeline photos 11/01/2022

We'll be discussing repentance for the next several days. So, to start it off, in Matthew 21:28-32 Jesus tells temple leaders a parable (or story) about a father who asks his sons to work. One son rebels, saying, "I will not!" But later he changes his mind and goes to work. The other son seems to obey, saying "I will, sir!" But he never goes to work. Jesus then asks, "Which of the two did what his father wanted?" They answer, "The first." Jesus then explains the parable with these words in vv. 31 & 32. **Repentance is not just saying the right words...**

Learn more about repentance: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible

Timeline photos 10/27/2022

As Jesus unfolds kingdom truth during His earthly ministry, He presents a choice between life and death: "Children of the kingdom" are saved; "sons of the evil one" are destroyed (Matthew 13). All seeking refuge in God's kingdom must first prepare their hearts through faith and repentance. The King firmly requires this new attitude by comparing it to that of a child. A child is open to learning and changing. A child is dependent and receives correction. Over the years, however, "adult" sins of pride and prejudice harden us. It is time, dear friend, to return to the humble, yielding attitude of childhood. If we do not, there is no hope for us. "Unless you repent, you too will all perish (Luke 13:13)." Tomorrow, we'll look at repentance more. Until then, start studying online: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/online-bible-course-int

Timeline photos 10/26/2022

God already rules over all, whether people repent or not (Ps 10; 103; 145:13). Why do John and Jesus speak as if heaven's kingdom is now coming? Why do they require repentance for it? And what has this to do with a new birth into God's kingdom? Ancient prophets pointed ahead to God reigning in a new and special way. In this kingdom, God would save, protect and live with His people--all through His chosen King, the Messiah. One prophet even set the time for the kingdom to begin (Daniel 2; 9) Now Jesus declares this in Mark 1:15. Literally, the time has been "filled." The prophecies are coming true: God is arriving with his saving reign! Dig deeper in these scriptures and more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/free-bible-study-int

Timeline photos 10/25/2022

Paul, much like James and others, had to fight against "human works" such as circumcision. Yet he knows the work "done through God" is essential. "New creation" comes through faith; and according to inspired writers, this kind of faith works... obeying the truth. That sounds exactly like Jesus. While discussing "new birth," He requires faith "doing the truth." Dear friend, do you believe enough to obey? Only obedient faith can receive the gift of new life. God, Himself makes your new purity--your new birth--a matter of "obeying the truth" of His word: "Having purified your souls by your obedience to the truth for a sincere brotherly love, love one another earnestly from a pure heart, since you have been born again, not of perishable seed but of imperishable, through the living and abiding word of God" (1 Peter 1:22-23). Study further: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/study-the-bible-int

Timeline photos 10/24/2022

Jesus describes people who seem confident, and who confess Jesus as Lord. Yet He rejects their faith. Why? They are workers of "lawlessness" as He says in Matthew 7:23. Their sin is leaving out God's commands. They go to the same place as demons, for their faith is equal to that of the demons: "Even the demons believe... and shudder (James 2:19)." Demons confess, yet remain rebels until their miserable end (Mt. 8:29; Jude 6). James warns us against their kind of "faith alone." Saving faith, he says, actively obeys: "You see that a person is justified by works and not by faith alone. ...For as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so also faith apart from works is dead (James 2:24, 26)." Learn more: https://worldbibleschool.org/lp/learn-the-bible-int

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2150 Cypress Creek
Cedar Park, 78613

Welcome to the CPHS Wrestling Team’s page! ACCOUNT MAINTAINED BY CPHS WRESTLING BOOSTER CLUB

Med-ucation Medical Education Services Med-ucation Medical Education Services
Cedar Park, 78613

We offer American Heart Association CPR for the Austin,TX area. We cater to the needs of our student

Jennifer Wilks Foundation Jennifer Wilks Foundation
Cedar Park, 78630

“The Jennifer Wilks Foundation” is a 501 c 3 foundation. It was established to honor Jennifer by raising funds for the charities that helped put a smile on