Which Baptists Should You Follow?
There are two kinds of Baptists: those who follow Jesus and those who don’t.
They can be found at the top of the list, which is what most Baptists do.
They are called Baptists who follow Christ, and they have the baptismal name of Baptist.
Baptists who do not follow Jesus can be called Biblical Baptists.
Baptists don’t necessarily follow Jesus, but they are baptized by God.
They don’t go to heaven.
They come to earth, where they live according to God’s Word.
They do not become Christians.
They have no place in heaven or hell.
They’re not like other Baptists, like Jehovah’s Witnesses or Pentecostals.
But there are some Baptists that don’t follow Jesus either.
The Baptist Bible calls them Baptists of the Apocalypse.
That is, Baptists with a long history of preaching the Gospel.
In the Bible, Jesus has a Baptist name that is an acronym of the letters B, A, and C. This is the name of Jesus’ Baptist followers in Matthew 19:28-29: Jesus said to the paralytic who was sitting there, “Son, I am the one who will bring you into the kingdom of heaven.
If you do not believe, then you have no hope.”
But when Jesus saw him in the kingdom, he said to him, “You are my disciples.
You have come to me because you have been blind, and I saw your faith, and you are no longer blind.
Now therefore take up your cross, and follow me.”
This means that people like Matthew 19 and Mark 14:18-19 are not just good examples of the Gospel message, but the Baptist message as well.
Jesus did not say, “I will send you out into the world, to preach the Gospel to everyone.”
He did not tell Matthew 19 that we should follow him and Matthew 14:20 that we shouldn’t.
We should follow the apostles and the prophets and the people of the Bible.
The Bible says that we have to obey the prophets, the apostles, and the church.
And then we should go out and preach the gospel to everybody.
We need to follow Jesus because he is the Messiah, and there is no other way to do it.
We have to follow him because Jesus has come and he is coming with the church and we must follow him.
The Baptist Baptists are not necessarily those who come to Christ.
But they are the Baptists in our lives.
We may not be Baptists like Jesus.
We might not follow the Gospel of Christ.
We are the followers of the Baptist Baptist Church, but we are also Baptists and Baptists at the same time.