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Mark 16:16 NIV
Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned.
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"He That Believeth And Is Baptized Shall Be Saved; But He That Believeth Not Shall Be Damned." (Mark 16:16) by William MacDonald
If this were the only verse in the Bible on the subject, we might justifiably conclude that salvation is by faith plus baptism. But when there are 150 verses in the New Testament that condition... read more...
Evening Devotional by Charles Spurgeon
Mr. MacDonald asked the inhabitants of the island of St. Kilda how a man must be saved. An old man replied, "We shall be saved if we repent, and forsake our sins, and turn to God." "Yes," said a... read more...
"... He Was Taken Up Before Their Very Eyes, And A Cloud Hid Him From Their Sight." (V. 9) by Selwyn Hughes
For Reading and Meditation:     Acts 1:1-11Before we conclude our meditations on the uniqueness of Christianity, we must mention our Lord's ascension. I much prefer the word exaltation to ascension... read more...
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Mark 16:16 Related Devotionals
"He That Believeth And Is Baptized Shall Be Saved; But He That Believeth Not Shall Be Damned." (Mark 16:16) by William MacDonald
If this were the only verse in the Bible on the subject, we might justifiably conclude that salvation is by faith plus baptism. But when there are 150 verses in the New Testament that condition... read more...
Evening Devotional by Charles Spurgeon
Mr. MacDonald asked the inhabitants of the island of St. Kilda how a man must be saved. An old man replied, "We shall be saved if we repent, and forsake our sins, and turn to God." "Yes," said a... read more...
"... He Was Taken Up Before Their Very Eyes, And A Cloud Hid Him From Their Sight." (V. 9) by Selwyn Hughes
For Reading and Meditation:     Acts 1:1-11Before we conclude our meditations on the uniqueness of Christianity, we must mention our Lord's ascension. I much prefer the word exaltation to ascension... read more...
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