16:1,2; Acts 20:7; Rev. 9 John 10:16; John 12:32 1:5; 1 Pet. 6 Ps. William Phipps, Pastor, Exon, Devon 16 Ps. 29:18; Isa. This infallible assurance does not so belong to the essence of faith, but that a true believer may wait long, and struggle with many difficulties before he be partaker of it;9 yet being enabled by the Spirit to know the things which are freely given him of God, he may, without extraordinary revelation, in the right use of means, attain thereunto:10 and therefore it is the duty of every one to give all diligence to make his calling and election sure, that thereby his heart may be enlarged in peace and joy in the Holy Spirit, in love and thankfulness to God, and in strength and cheerfulness in the duties of obedience, the proper fruits of this assurance;11 -so far is it from inclining men to looseness.12 An oath is to be taken in the plain and common sense of the words, without equivocation or mental reservation.7 No church members, upon any offence taken by them, having performed their duty required of them towards the person they are offended at, ought to disturb any church-order, or absent themselves from the assemblies of the church, or administration of any ordinances, upon the account of such offence at any of their fellow members, but to wait upon Christ, in the further proceeding of the church.26 2 Eph. The members of these churches are saints by calling, visibly manifesting and evidencing (in and by their profession and walking) their obedience unto that call of Christ;12 and do willingly consent to walk together, according to the appointment of Christ; giving up themselves to the Lord, and one to another, by the will of God, in professed subjection to the ordinances of the Gospel.13 2:13,14 24 Ezek. 10. 11 Eph. 17:12; James 1:14; Deut. 46:10,11; Ps. 5 Prov. Although true believers are not under the law as a covenant of works, to be thereby justified or condemned,13 yet it is of great use to them as well as to others, in that as a rule of life, informing them of the will of God and their duty, it directs and binds them to walk accordingly; discovering also the sinful pollutions of their natures, hearts, and lives, so as examining themselves thereby, they may come to further conviction of, humiliation for, and hatred against, sin;14 together with a clearer sight of the need they have of Christ and the perfection of his obedience; it is likewise of use to the regenerate to restrain their corruptions, in that it forbids sin; and the threatenings of it serve to show what even their sins deserve, and what afflictions in this life they may expect for them, although freed from the curse and unallayed rigour thereof.Â The promises of it likewise show them God's approbation of obedience, and what blessings they may expect upon the performance thereof, though not as due to them by the law as a covenant of works; so as man's doing good and refraining from evil, because the law encourages to the one and deters from the other, is no evidence of his being under the law and not under grace.15 5:17, Paragraph 1. 2 Jer. 4:10; Heb. Christopher Price, Minister, Abergayenny, Monmouth 9:13, Paragraph 7. When you are both in the water, you’ll slowly say the confession of faith in phrases and let the person repeat after you. 7 1 Cor. 55:17 Put forth by the elders and brethren of many congregations of Christians (baptized upon profession of their faith) in London and the country. 31. 4:2; 1 Pet. All things in Scripture are not alike plain in themselves, nor alike clear unto all;12 yet those things which are necessary to be known, believed and observed for salvation, are so clearly propounded and opened in some place of Scripture or other, that not only the learned, but the unlearned, in a due use of ordinary means, may attain to a sufficient understanding of them.13 6:12, 1 John 1:7,9 1:22,23 8:9,14 145:17 4 Rom. 2 Eccles. 10:20; Jer. 1;11, Paragraph 2. As Evangelicals we affirm both of these important truths/realities, which reflects the longer and broader Evangelical stream of which we are a part: the Reformational means we emphasize doctrine; the pietist/revivalist means we emphasize … 7:20 They who in their obedience attain to the greatest height which is possible in this life, are so far from being able to supererogate, and to do more than God requires, as that they fall short of much which in duty they are bound to do.13 110:3; Cant. 3:13 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 6 Gen. 8:22, Paragraph 3. This was the Confession that the great Charles Sourgeon held to. 3 Rom. 1:4 7 1 Tim. 103:13 The reading of the Scriptures,16 preaching, and hearing the Word of God,17 teaching and admonishing one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing with grace in our hearts to the Lord;18 as also the administration of baptism,19 and the Lord's supper,20 are all parts of religious worship of God, to be performed in obedience to him, with understanding, faith, reverence, and godly fear; moreover, solemn humiliation, with fastings,21 and thanksgivings, upon special occasions, ought to be used in an holy and religious manner.22 17 John 10:26, 17:9, 6:64, Paragraph 7. As we have noted, it is vital to affirm doctrinal truth, the faith once for all entrusted to the saints, and also to articulate my personal, experiential appropriation of that faith and transformation by that faith. Some may conclude that any paedo-baptism affirms baptismal regeneration, which, as you know, it does not. 13 1 Tim. 7:11 8 1 Cor. 1:11; 1 Tim. 26:26,27. 1:3-5, Paragraph 2. 3 Rom. 25:7; 60:2,3, Paragraph 3. 4;4 3 Gen. 1:28 The covenant of works being broken by sin, and made unprofitable unto life, God was pleased to give forth the promise of Christ, the seed of the woman, as the means of calling the elect, and begetting in them faith and repentance;1 in this promise the gospel, as to the substance of it, was revealed, and [is] therein effectual for the conversion and salvation of sinners.2 Imprint Routledge. It pleased God, in His eternal purpose, to choose and ordain the Lord Jesus, His only begotten Son, according to the covenant made between them both, to be the mediator between God and man;1 the prophet,2 priest,3 and king;4 head and savior of the church,5 the heir of all things,6 and judge of the world;7 unto whom He did from all eternity give a people to be His seed and to be by Him in time redeemed, called, justified, sanctified, and glorified.8 13:21 It was a Calvinistic confession that differed with the other Calvinistis confessions over believers baptism and the Lord’s Supper. 9 Gen. 2:17 2:2-9, Paragraph 5. 16 Acts 14:23 The act of baptism removes the person’s original sin, makes them spiritually alive by the infusion of grace that begins the transfor… 14 Ps. 13:25-27, Paragraph 4. 2:4, Paragraph 5. 18 Ps. 3 2 Cor. 9 Isa. 10:6,7,12 Of the Church 4 Matt. 32:3,4 13:12 Baptism is only for the believer (Mark 16:16, He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved.). 53:5,6 21 Ps. 13:14 16 1 Pet. 6:17; Rom. 4:4,5 2:14; Eph. 5:17-19 14:26; 1 Pet. The supreme judge, by which all controversies of religion are to be determined, and all decrees of councils, opinions of ancient writers, doctrines of men, and private spirits, are to be examined, and in whose sentence we are to rest, can be no other but the Holy Scripture delivered by the Spirit, into which Scripture so delivered, our faith is finally resolved.21 The grace of faith, whereby the elect are enabled to believe to the saving of their souls,(a) is the work of the Spirit of Christ in their hearts;(b) and is ordinarily wrought by the ministry of the Word:(c) by which also, and by the administration of the sacraments, and prayer, it is increased and strengthened. Samuel Ewer, Pastor, Hemstead, Herts 3:6 It is the outward confession of the inward reality of saving faith. We shall see that a believer’s baptism serves in this way both to motivate and … 3:27, Paragraph 4. 4 Phil. 8:3 22 Exod. 5:5,6 10:14,17 But the New Testament way to confess your faith is not to go forward. 14 Matt. 8 Eph. Although God created man upright and perfect, and gave him a righteous law, which had been unto life had he kept it, and threatened death upon the breach thereof,1 yet he did not long abide in this honor;Â Satan using the subtlety of the serpent to subdue Eve, then by her seducing Adam, who, without any compulsion, did willfully transgress the law of their creation, and the command given to them, in eating the forbidden fruit,2 which God was pleased, according to His wise and holy counsel to permit, having purposed to order it to His own glory. 23 John 4:21; Mal. 27 Heb. 7 1 Thess. 7:1; Heb. 8:28, Paragraph 6. 10 Rom. 7 1 Tim. 15 Col. 1:19 6:14 3:21, Paragraph 1. The Old Testament in Hebrew (which was the native language of the people of God of old),14 and the New Testament in Greek (which at the time of the writing of it was most generally known to the nations), being immediately inspired by God, and by His singular care and providence kept pure in all ages, are therefore authentic; so as in all controversies of religion, the church is finally to appeal to them.15Â But because these original tongues are not known to all the people of God, who have a right unto, and interest in the Scriptures, and are commanded in the fear of God to read,16 and search them,17 therefore they are to be translated into the vulgar language of every nation unto which they come,18 that the Word of God dwelling plentifully in all, they may worship Him in an acceptable manner, and through patience and comfort of the Scriptures may have hope.19 12 Prov. 10 Rom. OF. 11 Gal. 2:7,8, Paragraph 7. This initial ordinance determines communion, the perpetual ordinance. 1:2, 1 Tim. Malachi, All of which are given by the inspiration of God, to be the rule of faith and life.5 Baptism is distinct from saving faith. By this faith a Christian believes to be true whatsoever is revealed in the Word for the authority of God himself,4 and also apprehends an excellency therein above all other writings and all things in the world,5 as it bears forth the glory of God in his attributes, the excellency of Christ in his nature and offices, and the power and fullness of the Holy Spirit in his workings and operations: and so is enabled to cast his soul upon the truth consequently believed;6 and also acts differently upon that which each particular passage thereof contains; yielding obedience to the commands,7 trembling at the threatenings,8 and embracing the promises of God for this life and that which is to come;9 but the principle acts of saving faith have immediate relation to Christ, accepting, receiving, and resting upon him alone for justification, sanctification, and eternal life, by virtue of the covenant of grace.10 28 John 20:25,27 40 Rom. 23 1 Cor. Â Â Â Â âThis little volume,â he wrote, âis not issued as an authoritative rule, or code of faith, whereby you are to be fettered, but as an assistance to you in controversy, a confirmation in faith, and a means of edification in righteousness.Â Here the younger members of our church will have a body of divinity in small compass, and by means of the scriptural proofs, will be ready to give a reason for the hope that is in them. 42 John 3:8; Eph. God has appointed a day wherein he will judge the world in righteousness, by Jesus Christ;1 to whom all power and judgment is given of the Father; in which day, not only the apostate angels shall be judged,2 but likewise all persons that have lived upon the earth shall appear before the tribunal of Christ, to give an account of their thoughts, words, and deeds, and to receive according to what they have done in the body, whether good or evil.3 7:29 4. The outward element to be used in this ordinance is water, wherein the party is to be baptized, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.7 25:21,23; Heb. 20:7; Deut. 28:20 6 Ps. 30 2 Cor. 10:10; Isa. Thanks for taking the time to write out your pastoral practice of baptism and the theological reasons for it. 17 Ps. 5:9, 10 122:6 1:6; Rom. 14:9,10; Acts 1:11; 2 Pet. 6:17,18 It is the next step after salvation through repentance and faith and is an important foundation for Christian life. 7 1 Cor. Man, by his fall into a state of sin, has wholly lost all ability of will to any spiritual good accompanying salvation;4 so as a natural man, being altogether averse from that good, and dead in sin,5 is not able by his own strength to convert himself, or to prepare himself thereunto.6 5:10; Eccles. 6:10, Paragraph 2. 8 Ps. 4 Rom. This title can be purchased in print form from Founders Press.For a discussion of how robust a confession of faith should be, see B.H. Baptism therefore is for those who are ready to enter a faithful relationship with Christ and the church.Thus, baptism should always be done by the church and its representatives, if possible in the presence of the congregation. 20:8 Christ, by his obedience and death, did fully discharge the debt of all those who are justified; and did, by the sacrifice of himself in the blood of his cross, undergoing in their stead the penalty due to them, make a proper, real, and full satisfaction to Godâs justice in their behalf;8 yet, in as much as he was given by the Father for them, and his obedience and satisfaction accepted in their stead, and both freely, not for anything in them,9 their justification is only of free grace, that both the exact justice and rich grace of God might be glorified in the justification of sinners.10 By Hans-Jurgen Goertz. 1:19-21; 2 Tim. 34 1 Cor. 2 2 Sam. 11:13 26 Matt. 6 Ps. Because it was adopted by the Philadelphia Association of Baptist Churches in the 18th century, it is also known as the Philadelphia Confession of Faith. And though they may, through the temptation of Satan and of the world, the prevalency of corruption remaining in them, and the neglect of means of their preservation, fall into grievous sins, and for a time continue therein,9 whereby they incur God's displeasure and grieve his Holy Spirit,10 come to have their graces and comforts impaired,11 have their hearts hardened, and their consciences wounded,12 hurt and scandalize others, and bring temporal judgments upon themselves,13 yet shall they renew their repentance and be preserved through faith in Christ Jesus to the end.14 4:28, Paragraph 1. 8 Isa. 19 Acts 6:4; Heb. 6 Heb. 116:12,13 3 1 Thess. Jesus’ baptism can be seen in the light of this pledge. When someone is ready to ask God’s forgiveness for sins and accept Jesus as their Savior, it’s time for them to be baptized. Yet notwithstanding the persons of believers being accepted through Christ, their good works also are accepted in him;17 not as thought they were in this life wholly unblamable and unreprovable in Godâs sight, but that he, looking upon them in his Son, is pleased to accept and reward that which is sincere, although accompanied with many weaknesses and imperfection.18 5 Ezek. In the next few posts I will highlight different aspects of the baptism service I used when I served as a pastor in a local church. 8:15; Of Sanctification 4 Jude 6, 7; 1 Peter 3:19; Luke 16:23,24, Paragraph 2. 11:3, Paragraph 2. 16 Rom. 2 Eccles. 54:8, 9 True faith results in obedience. 14 Rom. The 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith in Modern English This title can be purchased in print form from Founders Press. 90:2 1:4, Paragraph 2. 1 1 Cor. Sattler was originally a Roman Catholic priest. Robert Knight, Pastor, Stukeley, Bucks May 30. 19:12; Jer. 6 Titus 3:3-5; John 6:44, Paragraph 4. The Only God. Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. 8 Heb. 7:20; 1 John 1:8 30 Isa. 2 James 1:13; 1 John 1:5 Marriage is to be between one man and one woman; neither is it lawful for any man to have more than one wife, nor for any woman to have more than one husband at the same time.1 Table of Contents. The First London Confession had been issued by seven Baptist congregations of London in 1644. John Harris, Pastor, Joiner's Hall, London 2:20; Acts 28:23, Paragraph 1. Immersion, or dipping of the person in water, is necessary to the due administration of this ordinance.8 27. 11:5; Acts 15:18 22 Matt. That grace is covenantal—for believers and their children. 4:4,6, Paragraph 1. Although most in the EFCA are believer baptism by immersion, our commitment is that we will not divide over it. This makes the baptism a congregational event in which we are reminded not only of the grace promised in our baptism, but of our responsibility to believe those gracious promises and act on those beliefs. 6:18; Rev. 5 Rom. May 30 Of God's Decree Brian Malcolm. You are welcome. 3 Acts 26:18; Eph. 8 Matt. 45:7; Acts 10:38; John 3:34 Of Religious Worship and the Sabbath Day 14 1 Thess. History. Click on a chapter to proceed to the chapter page with scripture proofs. 5 Deut. 1:13,15, Paragraph 5. 20 2 Pet. Book The Anabaptists. 1999, revised ed. 1:24; 1 John 4:1, Paragraph 1. I’d be curious how any in the EFCA who share my covenantal view practice it in their congregations. 2,3 30:19, Paragraph 2. Translated by J. C. Wenger . 5 Eph. In one instance may be seen the person who confesses. 5 Heb. A strong majority affirm that baptism is not to be required to participate in the Lord’s Supper (86% no; 11% yes) 82:3,4 Behind the sacrament of baptism is the confession that I am dirty before God, sinful. 16:4; Rom. 1:6,7, 2:7, Paragraph 4. 116:2 2:30; 2 Kings 8:12,13 8:1, 10:4 9:11,13,16,18, Paragraph 3. 6:1,2 8:30; 2 Tim. Strands of Thought is the blog of Greg Strand, a pastor with the Evangelical Free Church of America. 6:20, 5:12 119:68 1 Gen. 1:27; Eccles. Â Â Â Â In England during the 1630âs and the 1640âs Congregationalists and Baptists of Calvinistic persuasion emerged from the Church of England.Â Their early existence was marked by repeated cycles of persecution at the hands of the established religion of crown and Parliament.Â The infamous Clarendon Code was adopted in the 1660âs to crush all dissent from the official religion of the state.Â Periods of rigorous application and intervals of relaxation of these coercive acts haunted Presbyterians, Congregationalists, and Baptists alike. 17:9; Rom. 3 Rom. 10 John 6:45; 1 Cor. .âÂ (These early Baptists were conscious that the 1644 Calvinistic Baptist Confession predated the 1646 Presbyterian Confession and the 1658 Congregationalist Confession). 5:2,3,6 22:14, 13:20,21; Heb 6:4,5 At the last day, such of the saints as are found alive, shall not sleep, but be changed;5 and all the dead shall be raised up with the selfsame bodies, and none other;6 although with different qualities, which shall be united again to their souls forever.7 The forgiveness of sins ( Acts 2:38 ) Journey: Youth Explore the Confession differed. 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