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Overwhelming freedom in baptism
One night, I was listening to a worship song about being free and surrendering all to God. Whilst listening to the words I began to pray and asked God to feel his presence.
At the time, I was in a dark place emotionally, I felt lost and far from God. As I prayed, I began to surrender everything that was troubling my heart and mind. During that time of prayer, the word baptism came to my heart. At first, I was hesitant and I began to overthink on whether I was ready to get baptised, and if I had the right reasons to get baptised.
To help me make the right decision, I began to research what baptism was and why people get baptised. I also received support from my Christian friends who sent me Bible scriptures on the subject. I prayed that God would confirm that I should get baptised – which is so ironic since he was the one who placed that desire in my heart and it is also his command.
After praying about it, I decided that I was going to trust God and stop overthinking. I then made my decision to get baptised.
Whilst my body was going in the water, I was overwhelmed by a sensation of freedom and cleanliness. I was consciously leaving my old life behind to step into the new life that God has called me to live. Since getting baptised, my desire to live for God and to discover my identity in Christ has increased.
Our next Baptism service is on Sunday 20 June, if you would like to be baptised you can apply through the KT X:change portal or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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