Baptism- Jew-Gentile-Samaritan-Baptist

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On Acts 2:38, the Jews were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ by immersing.

In Acts the 8th chapter, we find out that Philip went down and preached to the Samaritans, and baptized them in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ: the Samaritans.

In Acts 10:49, Peter commanded the Gentiles to be baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Paul, Acts 10:5, he passed through the upper coast of Ephesus, he finds disciples....They were converted under a Baptist preacher by the name of...Apollos...a Baptist preacher and was proving by the Bible that Jesus was the Christ.

Paul said, "Have you received the Holy Ghost since you believed?" They said, "We know not whether there be any Holy Ghost." Said, "Then how was you baptized?" They said, "We been baptized by the same man that baptized Jesus in the hole of water out there; that's good enough." Paul said, "That won't work now. You have to be baptized over again."

And Paul commanded them to be baptized over again in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, laid his hands on them, and the Holy Ghost come on them.

-- Brother Branham
August 25, 1957 pm