PROCESS OF BAPTISM:

Read Acts 2:38

Ask the person that is going to be baptized:

“Do you believe that the Messiah IEUESHUO (sound NAME correctly as above) died for your sins?

Witness Answer…………………..

“Do you believe the Messiah is the Son of IEUE (sound NAME correctly as above) who was sent to die for your sins?

Witness Answer………………..

“Do you ASK to be baptized in the NAME OF IEUE AND IEUESHUO AND RUACH QUADOSH (the Holy Spirit) FOR THE REMISSION OF YOUR SINS?

Witness Answer………………..

IF THE ANSWER IS “YES” ABOVE THEN THE PERSON WHO IS TO BE BAPTISED MUST GET INTO THE WATER (in ground, like a pool for full emersion) AND SAY: (the person baptizing another):

I ASK THAT ……………..(Name of the person to be baptized)

BE BAPTIZED IN THE NAME OF IEUE (The Father) and IEUESHUO (The Son) and RUACH QUADOSH (The Holy Spirit) FOR THE REMISSION OF HIS/HER SINS.

Then place the person RIGHT UNDER THE WATER FULLY.

PLEASE ENSURE YOU ALSO VOICE (as per scripture) “In the Name of the Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit” AFTER THE “SOUND” pronunciation of the Holy Names.

Once up from emersion PRAY AND GIVE THANKS TO IEUE AND IEUESHUO THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT. Call on the name IEUE and IEUESHUO. Thank You. Acts 2:21

The IMPORTANCE IS that the person being baptized UNDERSTANDS the commands of partaking of the COMMUNION. The Blood representing the Blood IEUESHUO spilled for us and the Bread (unleavened) representing the Body of IEUESHUO that was broken for us.

WE ARE TO DO THIS OFTEN (Disciples did this EVERY FIRST DAY OF THE WEEK).

The importance of this is to ensure the gift of the Holy Spirit stays WITH US.

WE PRAY AND TRUST AND STAY IN THE TRUTH.

Numbers 6:22-27:

And IEUE spoke to Misheh, saying,
"speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, "This is how you bless the children of Yisrael. Say to them:
"IEUE bless you and guard you;
IEUE make His face shine upon you, and show favour to you;
IEUE lift up His face upon you, and give you peace."
"Thus they shall put MY NAME on the children of Yisrael, and I Myself shall bless them."

Amein