ORDO SALUTIS according and the BAPTICOSTAL Link
“(1) Preach and teach the Gospel so that people understand it.
(2) When they recieve [sic] the message, let them confess their faith and baptize them with water.
(3) Lay hands on them to be filled with the Spirit.
(4) After they have been baptized in water (whether by our own group or other believers) we accept them into fellowship and they can partake of communion with us.”
Charles Page [11/05/2015 5:56 PM]
isn’t that Copolity?
Link Hudson [11/05/2015 6:19 PM]
That’s the order in Acts 2. The Holy Ghost can change the order like he did in Acts 10. Peter’s response was ‘who can forbid water?”
Link Hudson [11/05/2015 6:22 PM]
Charles Page, the OP is a summary of something I wrote in another thread.
Christopher Hart [11/05/2015 6:31 PM]
Haven’t seen the other discussion, but taken as stated above, I would agree with that.
John Kissinger [11/05/2015 6:52 PM]
do we just assume the initial evidence as speaking in tongues? Christopher Hart
Charles Page [11/05/2015 6:54 PM]
Link Hudson, how (when) does one become regenerate in this order of salutis? if people fail to understand it or if the directions are unbiblical can they still be born again? there is closed communion? no that is pre-regenerate activity performed by God. He quickens the dead body to newness of life.
John Kissinger [11/05/2015 7:19 PM]
New birth is not done with a hook but through the gentle hands of the #CREATOR
Charles Page [11/05/2015 7:22 PM]
New birth is not done with a hook but through the gentle hands of the Holy Baptizer!! cleansing water of regeneration
Henry Volk [11/05/2015 7:37 PM]
A very odd ordo salutis indeed.
John Kissinger [11/05/2015 7:44 PM]
I think Link has done a good framework – missing a few details
Henry Volk [11/05/2015 7:51 PM]
No, I mean the picture.
John Kissinger [11/05/2015 7:52 PM]
you dont like Pilgrim’s Progress?